The MIT ReACT Certificate Program

The MIT ReACT Certificate Program is now accepting applications for January 2018. The program is looking for well-qualified and motivated candidates who are refugees or Jordanian citizens and interested in computer and data science, and innovation and entrepreneurship. The year-long program will feature in- person and on-line MIT courses and seminars, and mentored internships. Applicants do not need to document prior degrees or formal learning but will need to pass subject screening tests in Mat...
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UWC Scholarships for Syrian youth (16-18 years old)

The UWC Syrian national committee that selects Syrian youth, aged 16-18, for full scholarships to study the International Baccalaureate at one of the United World Colleges (UWC) schools around the world. Since 2010, the UWC Syrian committee has selected 56 Syrian and Palestinian students (with a Syrian travel document) to study at the US, the UK, Canada, Costa Rica, Italy, India, the Netherlands, Germany, Bosnia, Armenia, and Hong Kong. For more information, please visit the How To Apply p...
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EDU-SYRIA students’ team wins the MOBADERON (Initiators) competition

A team of students who are funded by the EDU-SYRIA project participated in the MOBADERON (Initiators) competition held at Al Zaatari Camp. 109 Initiative participated in the competition, and the EDU-SYRIA students’ team won the initiative to establish a student committee to serve students in Al Zaatari Camp, which will provide many services to the students of the camp, including: Internet service and scientific research Print service Provide a comfortable and quiet place to study ...
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The Regular Meeting in Al Quds College

On Sunday 29th of October 2017, a delegation from German Jordanian University EDU- Syria project represented by the academic supervisor Dr. Loay Salhieh, and project assistant Eng. Mohanad Batarseh, visited Al Quds College to meet EDU-SYRIA students for the regular meeting. The delegation listened to the students' concerns, questions, suggestions, and checks their academic progress, to help them be more successful.
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The Regular Meeting in Zarqa University

On Thursday 26th of October 2017, a delegation from German Jordanian University EDU- Syria project represented by the academic supervisor Dr. Ala Khaliefa, and project assistant Eng. Mohanad Batarseh, visited Zarqa Unversity during which they met the project's 130 students at the university. The delegation listened to the students' concerns, questions, suggestions, and checks their academic progress, to help them be more successful.
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Announcement of Japanese Scholarship Program for Syrian Refugees (JISR)

Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) is pleased to announce the “Japanese Initiative for the future of Syrian Refugees (JISR)” call for applications for the academic year 2018. A total of 20 scholarships slots covering master’s degree in Japanese universities will be made available for Syrian refugees in Jordan and Lebanon. Applicants are encouraged to send their application in hard copy to any of the designated UNHCR Offices. !! Important Notice !! Closing date of submi...
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Monitoring visit by independent observer on behalf of the EU

In the week from 10th until 17th of October 2017, a monitoring visit from an independent observer Ms. Kai Raja on behalf of the EU visited EDU-SYRIA project, in order to evaluate the progress of the project, and during this visitation she met with the project partners Yarmouk University, Al Quds College, and Zarqa University. On the first day, the 10th of October, Ms. Kai Raja visited German Jordanian University (GJU) and met with GJU president Prof. Manar Fayyad EDU-SYRIA project manager, Dr...
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