The Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research will allocate 300 scholarships for students from the northern and central provinces to study at the Aqaba branch of the University of Jordan (UJ), the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported on Saturday.
The president of the UJ Aqaba branch, Mousa Al Alouzi, announced the completion of the procedures for receiving applications for students wishing to benefit from the scholarships.
Alouzi noted that the timeframe to apply for the scholarships will be announced on the ministry’s website in October, adding that this decision aims to “help students, enhance the capacity and status of the Aqaba branch, and open new horizons for university achievement”.
Petra added that the scholarship will include all university fees, in addition to JD60 granted monthly to students who were accepted based on the system of competition (Tanafus).
Jordan Times: July 23, 2017.