Out of fifty-eight scientific research proposals, the Research and Innovation Fund Management Committee at the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research in Jordan sponsored collaborative scientific research with the German Jordanian University's (GJU) on combating the spread of Coronavirus.
Dear Students, Below, the links (video and a detailed explanation) as provided from the Higher Education and Accreditation Commission (HEAC), demonstrating the mechanism of entry and completion of the proficiency test remotely.
EDU-SYRIA/EDU-JORDAN Scholarship For Teacher Education Professional Diploma and For Master’s Degree are now open.
The GJU Project Office Magdeburg-Stendal interviewed the Director of the German Language Center (GLC), at the German Jordanian University (GJU), Jacqueline Rogler on online teaching at GLC.
The Admissions and Registration Department at the German Jordanian University (GJU), announces the names of the students accepted to change their major for the Summer Semester 2019/2020.
Dear students, Please note that the dates of the university proficiency examination for the second and summer semester as shown in the TABLE. Please consider the following: First: The duration of the exam is only one hour. Each student who fails the deadline will not be able to take the exam.
Dear distinguished academic and administrative staff members, With reference to the decision regarding the return to work from within the campus starting Tuesday morning 26/5/2020, kindly find below GJU Guide to work in accordance with and to abide by at all times. Wishing everyone all safety,
The German Jordanian University (GJU) announced the approval of the Higher Education Council to create a master's program in: "Humanitarian, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (humanitarian WaSH)" Housed at the School of Natural Resource Engineering and Management (SNREM).
Amman, 7 May 2020 - On Thursday, Her Excellency Ms. Maria Hadjitheodosiou, EU Ambassador to Jordan, and Prof. Manar Fayyad, President of the German Jordanian University, signed a bilateral grant agreement for EUR 15 million to support 2245 vulnerable Jordanians and Syrian refugees with fully funded scholarships to higher education.
On May 6th, 2020 German and English for Business Communication (GEBC) Student Mireille Wurdem at the School of Applied Humanities and Languages (SAHL) conducted an online interview with the political expert Dr. Bader Madi using the ZOOM application in order to collect data for her Bachelor project entitled “The Adequacy of Funds/Aids Provided to Jordan for... Read More