Why Jordan ?

The Kingdom of Jordan sits at the crossroads of Europe, Africa and the Middle East, and is home to an ancient culture and some of the most stunning archaeological sites on the planet.

Jordan has one of the richest histories of any nation in the world. The country’s position at the heart of the fertile crescent means it was one of the first places farmed by humans, and there is evidence of human activity in the area dating back 250,000 years. The region’s ancient kings are mentioned in the Old Testament of the Bible, and it has been under the control of the ancient Egyptian, the Assyrian and the Babylonian empires, before it was conquered by Alexander the Great in 332BC.

Modern day Jordan is a safe, forward-looking country where ancient monuments sit alongside (and sometimes right underneath) vibrant, modern cities

Nowhere is this mix of old and new clearer than in the nation’s capital Amman, a heaven for culture lovers where cafes, bars and shopping malls jostle for space with ancient temples and amphitheatres.

The University of Jordan in Amman is considered one of the best in the Arab world. The northern town of Irbid is home to The Jordan Institute of Science and Technology as well as Yarmouk University.


Jordan has a hot, dry climate characterized by long, hot, dry summers and short, cool winters. The climate is influenced by Jordan's location between the subtropical aridity of the Arabian desert areas and the subtropical humidity of the eastern Mediterranean area.

Tuition fees :

Tuition fees in Jordan are charged on a per-credit-hour basis. The total number of credit hours you need will vary depending on your course, but generally you’ll take 24-51 credit hours throw the 3 semesters , which cost between 200 -500$ each

Living Expenses :

Students will spend three of the four semesters in Amman. Being the capital city, Amman could be an expensive city to live in and actual cost of living will vary depending on lifestyle. Students can manage, however, on a typical student budget of approximately in range of USD 600 - 900 per month.

Tourism and Ethnicities:

  • Jordan is a sovereign Arab state in the Middle East. The capital, Amman, is Jordan's most populous city as well as the country's economic, political and cultural centre.
  • Its major tourist attractions include visiting historical sites, like the worldwide famous Petra, the Jordan River, Mount Nebo, Madaba, numerous medieval mosques and churches, and unspoiled natural locations (as Wadi Rum and Jordan's northern mountainous region in general), as well as observing cultural and religious sites and traditions.
  • Jordan also offers health tourism, which is focused in the Dead Sea area, education tourism, hiking, snorkeling and scuba diving in Aqaba's coral reefs, pop-culture tourism and shopping tourism in Jordan's cities

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