TBVSI | Study in Jordan
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Study in Jordan

Jordan has been distinctly marked in the region by the establishment of  scientific institutions. It witnessed the establishment of universities and institutes half a century ago built on advanced scientific ground, despite the scarcity of resources, national burdens and the modest capabilities. Planners of education have succeeded in developing the essential guidelines of  the higher education through the report of the Committee of Educational Policy in Jordan, issued in 1986, which included that the educational policy in the Kingdom is based on  number of principles derived from our Islamic and national heritage; objectives of  the Great Arab Revolution; the Constitution of the country and the national experience with its political, economic and social dimensions.

Due to the keenness of the Hashemite leadership and its belief in the need of providing higher education opportunities for Jordanians, the University of Jordan has been established in 1962, in Amman, followed by the establishment of Yarmouk University in 1976, Mu’tah University in 1981, Jordan University of Science and Technology in 1986, the University of Al al-Bayt in 1994, the Hashemite University in 1995, Al Balqa Applied University in 1997, which took responsibility for the re-organization of community colleges and the activation of their programs in addition to being an official university granting the bachelor degree, as its sisters state universities.

In addition to this, colleges of four years of study have been established (Amman University College of Engineering & Technology, 1989 and College of Da’wa and Fundamentals of Religion 1990). Also, in 1999, Hussein Bin Talal University was established in Ma’an, in southern part of Jordan.