Über German Jordanian University
The German Jordanian University (GJU) is a public Jordanian university that is based on the model of German universities of Applied Sciences. It was established in 2005 upon an agreement between the German and Jordanian governments. At present, approximately 4,500 students are enrolled at GJU. All GJU bachelor students spend one year of their studies in Germany, for which they receive professional, linguistic and cultural preparation in the first three years. The „German Dimension“ therefore plays a central role in all courses of study.
For the Federal Government and the Federal Ministry of Education and Research in Germany, GJU is one of their most important international higher education projects, which is funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) as part of the programme „Transnational Education – Promotion of Binational Universities“. The University of Applied Sciences Magdeburg‐Stendal is the project‐governing university in Germany. It has established a Project Office, which works closely with GJU.
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