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3 categories of non-Jordanians can apply for unified admission — official

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AMMAN — The spokesperson of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Muhannad Al-Khatib, said that the process of unified admission to the regular program in public universities is limited to Jordanian students who hold national numbers, according to Al-Mamlaka TV.

Khatib said that it is, however, possible for non-Jordanians to benefit from the unified admission seats in the regular program in three cases.

The first category comprises a student, who is the child of a Jordanian women married to a foreigner. The student must hold an identification card issued by the Civil Status Department, and passed the Tawjihi  (General Secondary Examination Certificate) exam that same year, whether through the supplementary or a summer course and has not failed, or repeated any exam, Khatib said.

The second category, he added, is a student with documents from the Gaza Strip who meets the conditions for benefiting from the Royal Grant Scholarship offered for students living in refugee camps.

He said the Palestinian Affairs Department announced Monday that students in that category can submit applications to benefit from the royal honor, and specified the conditions for benefiting from it. He said detailed information can be found on the web page of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research.

The third category is a non-Jordanian student, who holds an intermediate university degree, commonly known as the Shamil, or comprehensive exam, and is among the top in his class. اضافة اعلان



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