What will my career path be?

When I first started my education path as a telecom engineer, I had no clear plan for my future or what career path I would end up following. I just went with the flow, slowly chipping away at my bachelor’s degree one semester at a time, thinking that simply completing my courses will give me enough knowledge, to be able to fit into the job market once graduation arrives. I was never so wrong.

Internship in Germany in Automotive Company

My wakeup call came... Read More

Could you please introduce yourself to the readers?

My name is Dana Olama. I graduated as an Industrial Engineer of the German Jordanian University in 2012. I am currently working at Siemens while pursuing my master’s studies in the field of Supply Chain Management.

Tell us about your life at GJU

Well basically the GJU was a very interesting chapter of my life on a personal as well as a professional level.  During the five years I spent at the GJU, I have met many wonderful... Read More

GJU Graduates at Microsoft Jordan

Main features of the German Jordanian University (GJU) are the applied and practical-oriented education, close cooperation with industrial partners and its German dimension including a one-year study and internship term for all Bachelor students in Germany.


This is the story of 4 GJU graduates who are currently employed at Microsoft Jordan. They share with... Read More

GJU Alumni Azmi Al Nawayseh receives DAAD award for outstanding achievements of foreign students at German universities

Azmi Al Nawayseh who graduated in Management Sciences from GJU in 2010, continued his career and education in Germany after he worked for GJU’s International Office. In 2014 he moved to Villingen-Schwenningen where he started to work as a Project Manager of a program for International Students at the Corporate State University of Baden Wuerttemberg (DHBW). He is currently enrolled in the MBA degree... Read More

Ayman Nagi tells about the appeal of Technical University (TU) Hamburg

The industrial engineering graduate wrote about his experiences at TU Hamburg in the October edition of the university magazine TUHH spectrum where he is currently doing his Master’s.

“At TU Hamburg, I am witnessing an international atmosphere for the first time, which I really like. I am from Yemen and I am pursuing a double Master’s program in International Production Management at TU Hamburg and in Technology Management at the Northern... Read More

Through a job abroad in a German company, Farah Nimri succeeded in coming to Berlin.

The 25-year-old Jordanian has been here for half a year. At DB International, a subsidiary of Deutsche Bahn, she is responsible for tenders and proposals from the Middle East. Her German has no hint of an accent: Learning the German language was part of her education in her home country. In 2007, she enrolled in industrial engineering at the German Jordanian University (GJU) in Amman. “At first, I have not really thought about going to Germany for a... Read More

Could you please introduce yourself to the readers?

My name is Mustafa Obaid. I was born in Baghdad in 1989 and lived most of my life in Amman, where I have studied Architecture in the German Jordanian University and graduated in the year 2012. 

Tell us about your life at GJU

Students of Architecture are usually the ones who spend most of their times either in the campus, studying or working on projects wherever that might be possible. This situation made us, nevertheless, much stronger... Read More

Experiences are shaped by the faces of all the people we have created them with. At GJU, I was lucky enough to have met many extraordinary people, who have together made my university experience so remarkable. Whether it was the professors who believed enough in me, saw me for what I really am, and gave me the encouragement to always take that one extra step or the friends I met, who soon become more of life companions.

I have returned to Jordan, after having completed my Master's degree in Architecture, in the field of Theory and... Read More

Could you please introduce yourself to the readers?

My name is Ali Kabarday, 24 years old, I was born in London and raised in Jordan, I studied at GJU for 5 years, majoring in Logistic sciences, we were the first class at GJU – at that time we were only 14 students in the whole department, I graduated in November 2010, and currently I hold the position of a Supply Chain Manager at MARKA VIP.

Tell us about your life at GJU

 The Studies were really great here at the beginning, we had a... Read More

Could you please introduce yourself to the readers?

I am Suliman Al Awamleh, 26 years old, a proud GJU Alumni, working as a Strategic Sourcer (Procurement) at Deutsche Telekom AG’s Headquarters in Bonn, Germany.

I am one of the first generation of GJU students, started in 2005 studying Industrial Engineering and graduated in 2010.

A smiling, enthusiastic motivated young professional, 1st class cookJ,real FC Bayern München fan, and missing the time as a GJU basketball’s team player.


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