Universities in Amman
Princess Sumaya University for Technology
Princess Sumaya University for Technology is recognized by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research and is ranked #10 of universities in Jordan. As the first private, non-profit university in Jordan, PSUT is known for its emphasis on quality education, innovation, and entrepreneurship. With a small population of 2,000 students and competitive admission standards, PSUT provides the highest education standards in the fields of business and technology.
For students majoring in Engineering or Computer Science, the Engineering and Computer Science programs at PSUT have been have been accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.
PSUT is great for students who are interested in studying in the Middle Eastern but need to continue taking courses in English for their major in fields such as:
Princess Sumaya University for Technology is also paving the way for women's education in the Middle East. PSUT has received a prestigious grant from the Women in Science organization, and actively encourages women to pursue careers and leadership roles in the fields of science and technology. In May of 2015, PSUT hosted the first ever Women in Science Symposium.
Princess Sumaya is committed to providing a stimulating academic experience as well as encouraging students to participate in extra-curricular activites such as community service, clubs and sports. All courses at Princess Sumaya are instructed by highly qualified and highly sought after faculty and professors.
Our programs at the Princess Sumaya University for Technology
Service-Learning in Amman
Participants will attend one of the following universities if they are participating in an ISA program in conjunction with their service-learning program:
Students participating in a full-time service-learning program will serve 15-35 hours per week at a local organization. All participants will develop a Portfolio throughout the program which includes reflective essays, group discussions, logs of hours, a supervisor evaluation and a certificate of completion.
Students participating in an ISA academic program and service-learning during the semester will work 5-10 hours per week at a local host organization while attending classes at the host university. The service-learning placement will begin 1-2 weeks after the first week of classes and end the week prior to final exams.
Students participating in an ISA academic program during the summer will begin their service-learning program after the ISA Summer academic program ends. Participants will spend between 15-35 hours per week at a local organization.
All participants will receive a transcript issued by the University of Jordan for their service-learning course. However, credits will only transfer if proper arrangements are made between the student and his/her home university before the program begins. Visit the Academic Credit page of the ISA Service-Learning website for more information.
University of Jordan
Founded in 1962, the University of Jordan (UJ) is the oldest and most prestigious university in Jordan. The university is internationally recognized for its global outlook, progressive thinking, and the diverse background of its students. UJ thrives as both an instructional institution and as a research institution. This academic excellence is evident in the classrooms of the more than 1086 faculty members who deliver quality education to 38,000 students each year.
UJ is an excellent choice for students interested in taking Arabic Language courses, as well as courses instructed in English in the following disciplines:
Campus life at UJ is rich and plentiful, and students will feel right at home on UJ's sprawling campus. Students can spend their time studying in the library, catching up with friends at a coffee kiosk, or attending one of UJ's numerous educational events- for there is never a dull day at UJ! The university has strong ties to the local community, and greatly encourages student involvement in service projects.
Our programs at the University of Jordan