Nuffics’ EDU-SYRIA Second Newsletter

Nuffics’ EDU-SYRIA Second Newsletter
Nuffic, the Dutch organization for Internationalization in education, as part of the EDU-SYRIA III consortium, will be responsible for managing the call for proposals for local organizations to submit projects that will support the Jordanian and Syrian youth education by developing their skills and strengthen their competencies. This Nuffic EDU-SYRIA newsletter will present the program progres...
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EDU-SYRIA III First Consortium Management Meeting

EDU-SYRIA III First Consortium Management Meeting
Amman, on December 15th, 2020, EDU-SYRIA team held virtually the first consortium management meeting for EDU-SYRIA III project. The meeting aims at discussing the project’s progress and opens a discussion venue among the partners. The EU higher education programme manager Dr. Dhiah Abou-Tair welcomed GJU president and director of EDU-SYRIA programme Prof.  Manar Fayyad, Ms.Maria ...
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Orange Knowledge Programme

Orange Knowledge Programme
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The Orange Knowledge Programme aims to contribute to a society's sustainable and inclusive development. Its scholarships are open to mid-career professionals in specific countries offering the selection of: short courses (duration 2 weeks to 12 months);master's programmes (duration 12 to 24 months). The Orange Knowledge Programme Short Course scholarships application window (round 3), will ...
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EDU-SYRIA Inspiring Story Mazen Al-Natour

EDU-SYRIA Inspiring Story Mazen Al-Natour
Mazen Al-Natour was born in Syria in the spring of 2001. In 2012 he moved to Jordan due to the war in Syria and is now a student at Zarqa University under EDU-SYRIA Program funded by EU, studying electrical engineering. An ambitious and loving young man who started his story with volunteer work since 2015. He implemented and participated in many charitable initiatives aimed at community servi...
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EDU-SYRIA Inspiring Story: Amer Hijazi

EDU-SYRIA Inspiring Story: Amer Hijazi
Amer was studying for his computer technologies diploma back in Syria when his passion for technology had led him to open a Computer maintenance and supplies store. yet soon after he graduated he was eager to continue learning and study graphics design, and therefore he traveled to Jordan to study. Unfourtently when he was just about to graduate; the war erupted in Syria and he stayed in Jord...
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Master’s Degree Scholarship Opportunities 2021

Master’s Degree Scholarship Opportunities 2021
The “Japanese Initiative for the future of Syrian Refugees (JISR)” offers 20 scholarship slots forSyrian refugees in Jordan and Lebanon to complete their master’s degree in Japanese universities.Applicants need to send their application through the designated UNHCR website.The deadline for submissions is Friday, 29th of January 2021. More information on the scholarshipand the eligibility criteria...
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Virtual Campus Tour #EU4YOUth Going Further Together!

Virtual Campus Tour #EU4YOUth Going Further Together!
The EU Delegation to Jordan and the EU Neighbours South project are organising a Virtual Campus Tour in Jordan on Sunday, 29 November 2020, from 9 am to 1 pm.  The event is held under the #EU4YOUth regional communication campaign framework running in seven countries of the Southern Neighborhood region. The digital event aims to increase awareness and understanding of the EU-funded cooperatio...
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EDU-SYRIA CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Bottleneck Alleviation Programme-BAP (CLOSED)

EDU-SYRIA CALL FOR PROPOSALS:  Bottleneck Alleviation Programme-BAP (CLOSED)
EDU-SYRIA project is a series of EU-funded programme s via the EU Regional Trust Fund (EUTF) in response to the Syrian crisis, directed and managed by the German Jordanian University in Jordan. The project provides higher education and training scholarships to Syrian refugees and underprivileged Jordanian youth to improve their livelihood by being self-sufficient. The current EDUSYRIA phas...
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Protracted Displacement Conference 3rd Day

Protracted Displacement Conference 3rd Day
The EDU-SYRIA/EDU-JORDAN program funded by the EU through the regional trust fund “Madad” in response to the Syrian crisis and managed by the German Jordanian University (GJU), co-sponsored and co-organized the third day of the virtual conference “Protracted Displacement: Hopes, Perspectives and Solutions?”, that took place On the 3rd of November 2020. The conference discussed a variety of sub...
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