The Launch of “English for Social work A Bilingual Terminology Handbook”
A Visit to Jordanian Parliament
Welcome Meeting for Social Work Students- Third Batch
Workshop on Non-Violent Communication among Women
Students Visit Roya News English
The European Social Work Research Association Conference
Students’ visit to The Royal Jordanian Airlines
Graduation of the Third Batch of the Professional Diploma of Social Work “Migration and Refugees”
Professional Diploma of Social Work Promote Family Reunion Advocacy Campaign
The Team 2018
The Team 2018
The German Association Liqa e.V. for the Political Dialogue with the Arab World Conducted a Workshop with SAHL Students Titled "Identity in a Globalized World" October 2017
"Identity in a Globalized World"
Workshop in Field Training in Social Work for Migrants and Refugees
Workshop in Field Training in Social Work for Migrants and Refugees
 Graduation Ceremony of the Social Work Class of Spring 2017 (Second Batch )
Graduation Ceremony of the Social Work Class of Spring 2017 (Second Batch )
BA Translation Students Visit the Jordan Academy of Arabic to Attend a Public Lecture on "The Arabic Language and Machine Translation"
SWPD Students Conduct Activities On the Occasion of World Refugee Day 2017
SWPD Students Conduct Activities On the Occasion of World Refugee Day 2017

Go-ahead for the new Programme “Social Work for Migration and Refugees”.

 

On October 20th, 2015, Professor Abu Obeid, President of the GJU, Prof Mangstl, Vicepresident, and Dr. Pleines, Dean of the School of Applied Humanities and Languages, were in Würzburg/Germany where an agreement was signed between the GJU and Würzburg University of Applied Sciences. This agreement summarizes and updates previous agreements that have been operative between several Schools of both universities for many years already. In addition to these up-dates the agreement launches an innovative academic platform: for its newly created master programme "International Social Work with Refugees and Migrants" Würzburg University will send its students to attend one semester at the GJU in Amman.

For Würzburg University of Applied Sciences the talks were conducted by its President Professor Grebner, its Vicepresident Professor Rosskopf and Professor Unz, Dean of the School for Applied Social Sciences.

 

Besides Würzburg University, several further German universities are preparing exchange programmes for students as well as lecturers and researchers with the new Department of Social Work at the GJU.

 

As it is undeniable that there is a lasting need for professionalizing social work practices on a national, regional and international scale, the GJU Department of Social Work is starting training programmes leading a Professional Diploma “Migration and Refugees” targeting not only international students, but also Jordanian graduates from social sciences or social work studies, employees of governmental institutions and staff working for other public or non-governmental institutions.

 

For further information contact jochen.pleines@gju.edu.jo