Princess Sumaya University for Technology

Princess Sumaya University for Technology (PSUT) was established in 1991 as a non-profit private university in Jordan., It is owned by the Royal Scientific Society. PSUT specializes in Information Technology (IT), Communications, and Electronics. The University offers some unique, high-quality specializations. The PSUT programs that are thus far unavailable at other Jordanian universities include: BSc in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence; BSc in Computer Graphics and Animation; BSc in e-Marketing and Social Media; BSc in Electrical Power and Energy Engineering; BSc in Networks and Information Security Engineering; Master’s in International Business Administration, in collaboration with the University of Lancaster, UK; Master’s in Engineering Management, in collaboration with the University of Arizona, USA; Master’s in Entrepreneurship; Master’s in IT Security and Digital Criminology; Master’s in Enterprise Systems Engineering, in collaboration with the German Jordanian University; Master’s in Data Science; Master’s in Business Analysis. ..More on Wikipedia

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Student-faculty ratio

New undergraduates          868
Enrolled undergraduates    2597
Graduating undergrads      250
Enrolled graduates             147

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44%   Business
27%   Computer Science
29%   Engineering

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PLEASE NOTE: College Search profiles are based primarily on information obtained from government agencies and university websites. Costs, dates, policies, and programs are subject to change, so please confirm important facts with college admission personnel. The lowest minimum score mentioned applies to Jordanian students only. Lowest minimum score for international students is 5% to 15% less depending on the major. An execption would be needed from university administration