BAP Q&A session

October 24, 2021

A Q&A session took place on the 11th Oct 2021 which discussed the CfP and past funded projects. Technical and financial questions were answered. The session recording is below. If you have any other questions please contact us at by the 1st Nov 2021.

Call for Proposals – Bottleneck Alleviation Programme

September 15, 2021

The call is closed now Context As a result of the prolonged Syrian war, more than half a million people fled to Jordan, with an estimated 67 percent residing outside refugee camps. According to UNHCR, a total of 669,497 Syrian refugees are currently (July 2021) registered in Jordan, with the highest percentage of people – around 29 percent – living in the capital Amman. These registered numbers are far below the Jordanian 2015 Census estimate of a total of 1.27 million Syrian refugees. The Government of Jordan, in partnership with the international community, is committed to improving the living conditions, …

“Bottleneck Alleviation Programme” Approve 5 Projects

June 21, 2021

Bottleneck Alleviation Programme  (BAP) managed by Nuffic is one of eight Actions of EDU-SYRIA III. The main objective of BAP is to alleviate three critical transition points (i) transition from  high school to higher education degree programmes, (ii) successfully completing and graduating from higher education degree programmes, and finally (iii) transition from higher education to the labour market. Nuffic has selected 5 projects for the BAP programme to be implemented, which will help improve livelihood opportunities through access to higher education and the labor market in Jordan. June 21st, Nuffic met with the 5 new partners in an Induction Workshop. …

EDU-SYRIA: Bottleneck Alleviation Programme-BAP

November 16, 2020

EDU-SYRIA Programme is a series of EU-funded projects via the EU Regional Trust Fund (EUTF) in response to the Syrian crisis, directed and managed by the German Jordanian University in Jordan. The programme provides higher education and training scholarships to Syrian refugees and underprivileged Jordanian youth to improve their livelihood by being self-sufficient. The current EDUSYRIA phase, 15 million Euros, has been awarding 2,245 scholarships through eight Actions/Components that are implemented by a consortium of 9 national and international, academic and NGO partners. Among the consortium partners is NUFFIC, an international Dutch organization for the internationalization in education. NUFFICs’ global …