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Applied Science Private University signs a memorandum of understanding with the Independent Election Commission

The Applied Science Private University and the Independent Electoral Commission signed at the...

The Applied Science Private University is once again crowned with five stars in e-learning within the international classification (QS Stars Ratings)

The university culminated by obtaining five stars (the highest rating) in the international...

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ASU Keeps Excellent places in Professional Association Exams​

ASU Keeps Excellent Places in Professional Association Exams, Ranking among top Jordanian Universities in BAR by 94%.

According to the Jordanian BAR's admission exam, 16 of 17 ASU graduates managed to pass, making 94%. For several years, ASU occupied 100%.

Head of the Public Liberties Commission and member of the test training committee Waleed Al-Adwan said that the outcomes of Jordanian universities during the pandemic were moderate, as 450 students failed. 



TheASU makes a Distinguished Athletic Achievement among Public and Private Universities

ASU students took part in the ping pong tournament held by the Sport Federation of Jordanian Universities. They occupied the following advanced positions as: First of singles/males, Second of teams/males, Second of singles/females, and Third of teams/females.

ASU has honored these students for their distinction so they can be encouraged to go through other challenges at the national and international levels. Such perseverance by students, staff and administration would keep ASU's excellence.

Keep up the hard work!​



​​​The Applied Science Private University is ranked first among the universities in the Middle East and North Africa in cybersecurity for the second year in a row 

After a 48-hour continuous competition, the Applied Science Private University confirms its lead over the Middle East and North Africa in the CSAW CTF 2021 Global Information Security Competition.  

The University guaranteed its place at the top in the Middle East and North Africa region, and 22nd in the world. 1,216 teams were participating in the global competition for information security "CSAW CTF 2021." 

 The competition held its first-round qualifiers on Friday evening and ended on Sunday evening. DeadSec team from the Faculty of Information Technology, consisting of students Hamza Abdel Rahim, Muhammad Handush, and Raneem Hamid, won first place in the Middle East And North Africa. Thus, they qualified for the final competition, which will be held from 12-14 of the next month, for 36 continuous hours, among the qualified teams from all countries of the world. ​