Middle East University (Jordan)

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Middle East University
جـــامـــعـــة الشرق الاوسط
MEU Logo.jpg
Established 2005
Type Private
Religious affiliation AArU
President Prof. Maher Saleem
Vice-president Prof. Mohammad Al-Heleh
Location Jordan Amman, Jordan
Website meu.edu.jo

Middle East University (MEU) is a national education research consulting non-profit organization in Amman, Jordan, owned by the Company Middle East University for Graduate Studies.

The university started its first stage on behalf of the University of Graduate Studies as of 30 June 2005, after having completed all the requirements of licensing and accreditation. And received the first batch of students in a dozen specialized master's program at the beginning of Chapter II of the academic year 2005–2006 at the site of the university. With the beginning of the academic year 2008–2009 will receive the university in the second phase of her first batch of undergraduate students in a dozen specialized in the total area of buildings amounted to (25,000) M².

Academics[edit]

There are seven colleges in the university:[1]

  • College of Engineering
  • Faculty of Business
  • Faculty of Arts and Sciences
  • Faculty of Information Technology
  • Faculty of Media and Communication
  • Faculty of Educational Sciences
  • Law School

External links[edit]

H.E Amin Mahmoud MEU university Graduation

References[edit]

  1. ^ Middle East University colleges