Amman Arab University

 
 
Amman Arab University (Arabic: جامعة عمان العربية), abbreviated AAU is a university in Amman, Jordan, established in 1997 as a private non-profit university for graduate studies as the first Jordanian University specialized in postgraduate programs for masters and doctoral studies, on 9/30/1998, the Higher Education Council approved for the University to begin teaching by the decision No. (1625), as the University received its first group of students at the beginning of the second semester of the 1999/2000 academic year, the University's path passed in two phases: The first- was limited to graduate programs, and the second started in 2009 in opening programs for bachelor degree, and the name of the University was changed to “Amman Arab University" The University is composed of 9 faculties and contains over 25 departments, The university's stated main strategy and rule is to be global and productive in all its educational fields and It is a publicly and privately accredited university and a member of the Association of Arab Universities, International Association of Universities, and League of Islamic Universities. ..More on Wikipedia

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16:1

Student-faculty ratio

New undergraduates          63
Enrolled undergraduates    711
Graduating undergrads      176
Enrolled graduates             712

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60%   Business
8%     Computer Science
15%   Educational Sciences
3%     Humanities
15%   Law

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