On November 27, 2019, the German Jordanian University (GJU) conducted a workshop to promote cooperative education in the Logistics Sector.
More than 30 companies joint the workshop and have thus expressed their interest in supporting the education of young people.
The main aim of the meeting was to introduce the private sector to the Dual Studies Program the University had set up... Read more
In November 2019, an academic study tour from the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to the Federal Republic of Germany and Austria was designed by the German Development Cooperation GIZ to provide academic staff with a detailed understanding of the cooperative higher education system.
The program includes several site visits and meetings with different stakeholders in the field of cooperative... Read more
GJU’s partner companies from the Logistics sector joined a Study Tour to Germany organized by the GIZ in order to learn more about the concept of Dual Studies and cooperative vocational training. The focus was to demonstrate why the private sector in Germany is highly involved in the training of young people, knowing that the yearly amount of money invested by the private sector in Germany on... Read more
People with hearing loss and hearing impairment do not get sufficient support and affordable medical treatment and rehabilitation in Jordan. Studies conducted in Jordan about hearing loss result in an estimation of around 1.5% hearing loss among babies. A study in Jordan on 1,649 school-children (age 5-15 years) showed that 5.5% have a unilateral or bilateral hearing loss.
These are... Read more
This year’s Network Meeting of GJU’s School of Management and Logistics Sciences (SMLS) was hosted at Technische Hochschule Lübeck on 25th and 26th of September 2019. The SMLS Exchange Coordinators Dr. Serena Sandri (Logistics), Dr. Rana Sabri (Management) and Luai Abu Rajab (Accounting) welcomed 10 participants together with the Network head and hosting professor Dr. Rudy Lohmann from TH... Read more
“Leadership and Business in Digitalization – Chance for more” was the motto of the 5th adapt2job – 2 win training implemented at GJU from 29.9.-3.10.2019. Using applied teaching methods and real company applications exposed the students’ to the digital world and new technologies.
The adapt2job partners from Germany, Prof. Dr. Edda Pulst (Westphalian University) and Dr. Markus... Read more
As the first University in Jordan GJU implemented a new study concept: Dual Studies. Students studying in this track are not only gaining theoretical knowledge but also practical experiences, through working a prolonged summer term within a company. Now the first 17 students (13 from Logistics Sciences and 4 from Computer Sciences) finished their first practical phase. This first experience... Read more
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