Yarmouk University

 
 
Shafiq Irshidat Street
Degrees Offered: 
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Masters
PhD

 

Yarmouk University (Arabic: جامعة اليرموك), also abbreviated YU, is a comprehensive public and state supported university located near the city centre of Irbid in northern Jordan. Since its establishment in 1976, it has been at the forefront of Jordanian and Middle Eastern universities. The University consists of 15 faculties offering 52 bachelor's degrees, 64 master's degrees, and 18 PhD Programs in different disciplines. The university also hosts 12 research and career centers.As the Academic Year 2016/2017, the university had 1,004 faculty members and 1,597 staff with 34,651 students in all academic programs (31,282 Undergraduate, 2,807 Postgraduate and 562 Doctoral). In addition, there were around 5,000 international students from 50 different nations. ..More on Wikipedia



Programs available at Yarmouk University with minimum admission scores for Jordanians :



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Medicine
General Medicine 97.0
Pharmacy
Pharmaceutical Sciences 94.6
Engineering
Industrial Engineering 91.4
Civil Engineering 83.7
Architecture 92.0
Communications Engineering 88.7
Biomedical Engineering 91.0
Power and Control Engineering 85.1
Mechanical Engineering 89.8
Electronics Engineering 87.3
Project Management Engineering
Medical Informatics 90.1
Nursing 90.2
Nursing - Female 92.2
Nursing - Male 92.2
Medical Physics 85.6
Information Technology
Data Science 90.1
Computer Science 92.1
Artificial Intelligence 90.1
Cyber Security 90.1
Computer Information Systems 88.4
Business Information Technology 86.1
Science
Mathematics 82.9
Anthropology 81.4
Biology 83.5
Biophysics 85.6
Chemistry 82.0
Geology 75.7
Physics 83.3
Statistics 79.7
Business
Accounting 91.0
Business Administration 89.6
Marketing 91.9
Business and Financial Economics 78.5
Financial and Banking Sciences 87.8
Economics 84.8
Islamic Banking 84.0
Logistics 90.1
Public Administration 87.7
Art and Design
Visual Arts 65.0
Theatre Arts and Drama 65.0
Music 65.0
Interior Design 65.0
Graphic Design 85.4
Fashion Design 65.0
Languages
Arabic Language and Literature 87.5
Applied English Language 93.1
English Language and Literature 90.4
Translation 90.3
Turkish Language 81.4
Arabic Language to Non-Arabic Speakers
German Language 84.6
French Language 82.0
Semitic Language 83.6
Educational Sciences
Educational Counseling 87.0
Child Education 82.1
Classroom Teacher 84.9
History 81.4
Geography 82.0
Physical Education 83.8
Law 91.8
Archaeology and Tourism
Tourism and Travel Management 86.3
Tourism Guidance and Development
Hotel Management 82.4
Archaeology 80.2
Cultural Resources Management and Conservation 75.5
International Studies
Political Science 82.5
Islamic Studies
Islamic Education 81.1
Family Studies 83.0
Islamic Mass Communication 80.4
Foundations of Religion 80.6
Islamic Juripudence
Sociology 84.2
Journalism and Advertising
Digital media 86.0
Public Relations and Advertising 86.2
Radio and Television 89.1
Journalism 86.0

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38:1

Student-faculty ratio

New undergraduates          7808
Enrolled undergraduates    30437
Graduating undergrads      5028
Enrolled graduates             4592

Popular Programs

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24%   Business
7%     Computer Science
14%   Educational Sciences
10%   Engineering
5%     Fine Arts
17%   Humanities
3%     Law
6%     Sciences
6%     Social Sciences
10%   Other

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