From COP28 to UKH Campus

UKH Centre for Environmental Studies (CES) collaborated with KRG’s Environmental Protection Board, UNICEF, Regreening International Company, and Together to protect Human and Environment Association for an Environmental Conservation programme titled: “From Cop28 to UKH Campus.” The event was held in UKH auditorium on 31 January 2024. However, it also marked UKH’s initial steps towards a […]

January 31, 2024

Film Screening: “Secret Slaves of the Middle East”

UKH Centre for Peacebuilding and Dialogue (CPD), in collaboration with SEED Foundation organised film screening of “Secret Slaves of the Middle East” film on January 25, 2024. The film addresses global human trafficking issues, particularly forced labor, and was followed by a discussion led by SEED’s Legal Coordinator and the Directorate of Combating Organised Crimes, […]

January 25, 2024

A Lithuanian Delegation Visits UKH

On January 23, 2024 a delegation from the Lithuanian Digital Explorers programme visited UKH. The delegation included Former Deputy Foreign Minister of the Republic of Lithuania Mantas Adomėnas and the Managing Director at OSMOS Žilvinas Švedkauskas. The delegation met with UKH President, Prof. Dr. Keith Sharp, Vice President Prof. Dr. Dana Mawlood and the acting […]

January 23, 2024

UKH Board of Governors Visit the Campus

Members of UKH Board of Governors, led by the Chair of the Board Mr. Marshall Billingslea visited UKH. The delegation made a tour inside the campus and the new facilities built recently and met with students and staff. In the meetings, the Board of Governors discussed UKH’s vision for the future, expansion of the university […]

January 22, 2024

UKH Alumni Newsletter: Volume 2, Issue 1

UKH Alumni Association has published the first issue of Volume 2 of the Alumni newsletter on January 16 2024. This issue comprises inspiring success stories from UKH distinguished alumni who have pushed their limits to reach outstanding statuses. Our alumni are leading in respective fields of economics, research, media, telecommunications, agricutlrue, tourism, entrepreneurship and the […]

January 17, 2024

UKH Professor Recognised as Top 2% of the World’s Most Influential Scientists

On Monday 15th January 2024, UKH’s acting dean of the School of Science and Engineering Prof. Dr. Tarik A. Rashid was awarded by the KRG Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research for being recognised as 2% of the World’s Most Influential Scientists for 2023 by Stanford University. The Stanford University criteria encompasses 44 rigorous […]

January 17, 2024

Korean Consul General Visits UKH

Korean Consul General Seungcheol Lim visited UKH today and was warmly received by UKH President and Vice President Prof. Dr. Keith Sharp and Prof. Dr. Dana Mawlood, respectively. Both sides discussed the value of comparative studies of the economics of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq and South Korea. Prof. Sharp expressed UKH’s interest and motivation […]

January 11, 2024

UKH English Literature Lecturer’s Article Wins BADS Translation Prize of the Year

Dr. Di Wu, lecturer at UKH’s School of Social Sciences (SSS) has published an article which has won the Translation Prize Winner of the Year by the British Association of Decadence Studies (BADS). Dr. Wu’s article is titled “Park Young-hee, ‘A Ward Woven with Moonlight’ (1923): A Translation with an Overview of Korean Decadence” which […]

January 3, 2024

Kurdish Mountain Goat Mascot Design Competition

We are delighted to announce an exciting design competition for a Mascot for UKH. We have decided to have a Kurdish Mountain Goat as our symbol for a mascot, and we are going to choose the best mascot designed by students. Please find further details below. After much deliberation and consolation, UKH has decided on […]

January 2, 2024