Word of Dean Assistant for Industrial Relations 



The program German and English for Business Communication (GEBC) is an integrated program that combines language, business and communication. With its practical nature, the program is designed to apply the theoretical knowledge students learn in business and communication through the use of three languages Arabic, English and German and thus implement this knowledge in real life situations.

Since this program is under the School of Applied Humanities and Languages (SAHL), the applied part of the program is accentuated 

and emphasized in terms of the methods used to teach the courses in the program. To carry out the concept of linking theory to practice, the courses offered in the GEBC program incorporate a lot of practical examples and real life situations to further explain the theoretical information taught to students in the program.

Therefore, the Dual Studies Program fits well with the GEBC program due to the applied nature of the school and program which go hand in hand in terms of focusing on offering students with as much practical training as possible to reinforce the practical aspects of the courses.

With the help of the Dual Studies Program at the German Jordanian University, students are given the opportunity to explore and further enhance the knowledge they receive in their courses through actual training and work experience at local and international partner companies.

In line with the German Jordanian University’s German dimension to integrate and connect students to local and international industries and environments, the dual studies practical phases serve as the practical training students receive together with the theoretical knowledge pertaining to those practical phases. Furthermore, the dual studies program merges the theoretical aspect of the GEBC program with the practical aspect as is the norm for an applied university like GJU.


Raghad Alhadidi

Dean Assistant for Industrial Relations


Available majors for Dual Studies in School of Humanities and Languages