Within this context, HOPES (Higher and Further Education Opportunities and Perspectives for Syrians) a €12 million project funded by the European Union’s Regional Trust Fund in response to the Syrian Crisis, the ‘Madad Fund’ and implemented by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) together with the British Council, Campus France and Nuffic across... Read More
On Wednesday 26th of July 2017, a group of GJU Logistics students and their professor Dr. Ismail Abushaika, together with representatives of the Office for Industrial Links (OIL), paid a visit to Petra Trading & Investment Company in Naour. The group was very warm welcomed by Petra’s committed senior management and its employees and received an overview... Read More
On 30th of July 2017, The School of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at GJU, organized an introductory lecture about “Masar Initiative”, one of the crown Prince Foundation’s Initiatives to support and empower young Jordanian to employ their full potential and creativity.
On Tuesday 25th of July 2017, The School of Management and Logistic Sciences (SMLS) hosted Director, Regional Partners Relations Mr. Ahmad Mkhallati from Institute of Management Accountants, to introduce the Certified Management Accountant (CMA), to the students.
On 19th of July 2017 the German Jordanian University (GJU) hosted Dr. Ahmad AlHalaybeh to give a lecture on “Terrorism and extremism”. The visit was organized by the Deanship of Students Affairs, with the cooperation of Madaba Directorate of Culture which organized several lectures within its annual plan to educate people about the subject.
On 16th of July 2017, GJU celebrated the opening of the second summer club for the local community in Naour area, organized by The Presidency Office for local community Affairs, with the cooperation of Kolona AlOrdon Association, and the participation of volunteers from GJU’s students and teachers from local community.
Under the patronage of Prof. Dorit Schumann, the GJU Vice President for Intentional Affairs, the university celebrated the graduation ceremony for the second batch of the Professional Diploma of Social Work: “Migration and Refugees” which was organized by the Social Work Department at the School of Applied Humanities and Languages and the Consultation and... Read More
On the occasion of World Refugee Day on June 20th 2017, the Social Work students at the German Jordanian University celebrated with a group of children from “Makani” at Johud.
On Thursday 22nd of June 2017, the Director of civil and citizenship department Mr. Fawaz AlShahwan visited the mobile van station for Smart Cards Issuance at GJU.
On Tuesday 20 June 2017, on World Refugee Day, the Edu-Syria program, managed by the German Jordanian University and funded by the EU Regional Trust Fund, the 'Madad' Fund, organized an Iftar banquet for 250 students affiliated with the program, of which 50 students live in the Al Zaatari camp.