This scholarship is contracted through Qudra II, a GIZ funded project aiming to provide job opportunities in the local and regional markets for trainees in order to support and enhance employment in the vocational and technical sector in Jordan. By doing that, they will be building life and practical skills among young men and women that will change their perspectives towards work and link them to available job opportunities.
The fund covers an intensive course in Software Development which is provided by Abdul Aziz Ghurair School of Advanced Computing (ASAC) in collaboration with Code Fellows Academy in Seattle – US.
The 6-month intensive software development course scholarships under Qudra 2 program offers training and in Full Stack Java-Script and Python, in a curriculum worth $23,000 that provides:
- Internationally accredited certificate in software development, powered by Code Fellows Academy (based in Seattle) that qualifies graduates to work in Jordan and abroad. Our graduates now work in companies such as Arabot, Aspire, Bank al Etihad, PWC and Arizona State University, and Optimiza.
- A continuously up-to-date international curriculum.
- An educational environment that simulates international technology companies.
- Distinct and rewarding job opportunities available immediately after graduation.
- Build students’ personal skills, such as teaching them how to create a CV, and work on their communication and teamwork skills.
The scholarships we are targeted to:
- Jordanians and Syrians residing in Jordan
- Between 18-35 years old
- Hold an academic degree in Diploma, Bachelors, Masters, or Ph.D. from any discipline.
- With a pre-intermediate level in English language
Link to the application form https://asac.ltuc.com/ar/academic-scholarships/