NYIT launches its new website
New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) has officially launched its new website (www.nyit.edu.jo) after the site went under a revamp at the hands of experts from the university's IT Department
October 20, 2009 12:00 by Aarti Nagraj
Following the launch, NYIT Executive Chairman in the Middle East Dr. Mohamed Hussein commended the exceptional efforts exerted by the IT Department to give the website a makeover that reflects the vibrancy of the university and its academic and administrative staff.
The new edition of the site contains detailed information on the objectives of the university, its strategic plan, advantages of studying at NYIT, and a complete guide to programs it offers at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Details of study plans for each academic program and faculty members concerned are also a key component of the site's content.
NYIT's website also details admission policies and criteria and allows applicants to fill admission forms online.
Among the advanced web-based services is the posting of the university's news and latest activities in a convenient and attractive fashion, allowing a certain level of authority for selected members to manage the content.
The designers have also added the RSS service, which allows re-directing the content to external sites that provide subscribers with the latest news the moment they are uploaded on the site.
The Executive Chairman said the site's development process is not over yet, explaining that NYIT plans in the second phase of the makeover to introduce more interactive services such as uploading and downloading sound and video files.
NYIT, a non-profit university, has had a presence in
Established in 1955, New York Institute of Technology is considered one of the most well-established US universities, ranked in the top half of the 2nd tier of the universities in the USA that are recognized worldwide. NYIT has had presence in Jordan since 2001, offering undergraduate programs (
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