Amman – Within its continuing support to the educational progress in Jordan and due to its students’ distinction in all the specializations, ASU held an orientation activity for graduate studies at the University of Warwick. Representative Ms. Sa’eda Haddad made a presentation to the students on available graduate programs and the admission and registration mechanism.
ASU President Professor Mahfouz Jouda said that ASU students’ excellence made them attractive to all international universities.
He explained that ASU annually sent several students to pursue their graduate studies in the UK, US, Canada and Australia. So far, 128 have been granted scholarships, of whom 41 are studying so many scientific fields and humanities.
Another meeting gathered Jouda, Vice-president Professor Sameeha Jarrah, Dean of Scientific Research Dr. Susan Abd and the guest to discuss the basics of cooperation with regard to research and scholarships.