German Jordanian University

 
 
Amman Madaba Street
Degrees Offered: 
Bachelor's
Masters

 

German-Jordanian University (GJU) is a public university located near Madaba, Jordan. It offers more than 20 programs to over 6,000 students, primarily from Jordan and the Middle East. The curriculum differs from other Jordanian universities, with German language courses offered as preparation for the fourth academic year at a university of applied sciences in Germany and an introduction to German industry through an obligatory internship within the framework of the study program. Manar Fayyad was appointed president of the university in 2017, after being its vice-president from 2013 to 2017. ..More on Wikipedia

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13:1

Student-faculty ratio

New undergraduates          707
Enrolled undergraduates    2625
Graduating undergrads      290
Enrolled graduates             365

Popular Programs

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34%   Business
2%     Computer Science
54%   Engineering
4%     Fine Arts
4%     Humanities
1%     Medical Sciences
1%     Other

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