Dear current and prospective students

It gives me pleasure to welcome you at the School of Management and Logistics Sciences (SMLS).

Distinction, honesty, respect and innovation are among of our values at SMLS. Earning a business degree in our school is more than just learning different theories. We focus on providing our students with the highest quality of education and the most diverse experience possible, which will help cultivate their intellectual, intercultural and entrepreneurial experiences, especially after completing one year of study and work in Germany.

As part of the GJU’s vision, we put our best efforts to ensure cooperative applied education; believing that theoretical education alone is not enough, application of what completes the equation. This is why SMLS has been keen to take the initiative of launching the Dual Study Track at the programs it offers. SMLS is the first school in Jordan that implemented such a unique German model of applied education.

SMLS is a place of endless opportunities for all students by majoring either in management, logistics or in international accounting. In addition to our master’s program in logistics management, we are currently working on establishing a new master’s program in forensic accounting. We make sure that our majors meet international job market needs by having our curricula endorsed by professional bodies such as European Logistics Association and Institute of Management Accountants. Our objective is to ensure our graduates’ ability to continue professional education and gain globally recognized professional certificates.

The school also builds networks with business leaders. These partnerships do not only help our students engage with real life cases, but also these help the school to stay up-to-date with the industry requirements. The school updates its study plans to ensure that our students are market-ready by the end of their journey at the GJU.

We have been keen to turn the challenge of COVID-19 pandemic into a real opportunity of developing the distance teaching and learning capacities of the educational stakeholders. In addition, we were enable to involve more professors from Germany in the courses offered by SMLS.

On behalf of my colleagues at SMLS, I wish you all the best and I encourage you to embrace all the challenges to overcome them with your innovative solutions.  I am sure that the GJU and the SMLS will be an inspiration to all students.

 Prof. Malek Alsharairi

Dean

Dr. Malek Alsharairi