EDU-SYRIA Conduct Market-Round Tables

EDU-SYRIA, through its component “EDU-MARKET” managed by Luminus Technical University College (LTUC), has conducted three round table discussions with employers/Experts form the Jordanian labor market to present the findings of the “Jordanian Labour Market Needs” study that was conducted by the programme and published on the 25th November, 2021. These roundtables also discussed the completeness of the study plans for the selected training programs (HVAC [Heating, ventilation, and air conditi...
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Computerized Decoration and Carpentry Training Scholarship – Closed

The EDU-SYRIA/EDU-JORDAN program, funded by the EU through the regional trust fund “Madad” in response to the Syrian crisis and managed by the German Jordanian University, announces that the door is now open to apply for Computerized Decoration and Carpentry 6-month-training scholarships; at Luminus Technical University College for Syrian refugees who are holders of the Asylum Seeker Certificate from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), and underprivileged Jordanian who ar...
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EDU-SYRIA BSP & VESP for Syrian Refugees – Closed

The EDU-SYRIA/EDU-JORDAN program, funded by the EU through the regional trust fund “Madad” in response to the Syrian crisis and managed by the German Jordanian University, announces that the door is now open for Syrian refugees to apply for 70 scholarships for the second semester of the academic year 2021/2022. The new scholarships include 40 scholarships to study for a Bachelor’s degree at Zarqa University and 30 scholarships for an International Diploma at Luminus Technical University Coll...
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Students Graduates from Creative Design Course by Nuffic

EDU-SYRIA Programme, through its component “EDU-TRANS” managed by Nuffic, graduated a group of young Jordanian entrepreneurs from the Creative Design Course. The course was conducted through the project “Career Acceleration Project for Creative Designers” by the American Centre of Research (Acor), which is one of EDU-TRANS projects. This course goal is to equip a group of creative professionals with the needed tools and skills that will provide them with the chance to practice freelancing...
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Academic Meeting at Zarqa University

on Wednesday, 8 December 2021, The Academic Committee of the EDU-SYRIA Program held an academic meeting with EDU-SYRIA students at Zarqa University, in two separate sessions at Zarki Auditorium. The meeting was organized by the Academic Committee: Dr. Ala' Khalifa, EDU-SYRIA Academic supervisor, Prof. Khaled Al-Zaedeen, ZU Dean of Admission and Registration, and Mr. Ibrahim Al-Hariri, EDU-SYRIA Academic Advisor at Zarqa University, and attended by more than one hundred students from the prog...
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Results of the Study “Jordanian Labor Market Needs”

EDU-SYRIA/EDU-JORDAN Program, funded by the European Union through the Regional Trust Fund in Response to the Syrian Crisis, “Madad”, and managed by the German Jordanian University, announces the results of the research study entitled “Jordanian Labor Market Needs“. This research study aims to identify the needs of the Jordanian labor market for jobs and the necessary skills and to evaluate employment options in the Jordanian labor market for Jordanian youth and Syrian refugees, in order to ...
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The EU-funded higher education projects organize a joint online event

On Tuesday 30 November 2021, the European HOPES-LEB consortium currently formed by the DAAD, Campus France and Nuffic, the German Jordanian University and its partner institutions, and the Dutch INGO SPARK organised an online joint event entitled ‘Creating opportunities through learning – Higher Education in emergencies’. With the mandate of the EU Regional Trust Fund in Response to the Syrian Crisis ending in December 2021, representatives of the European Union, ministries, embassies, highe...
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EDU-SYRIA/ EDU-JORDAN Program Launches the results of “Labour Market Needs” Study

Amman, 25 November - EDU-SYRIA/EDU-JORDAN Program, funded by the European Union through the Regional Trust Fund in Response to the Syrian Crisis, “Madad”, and managed by the German Jordanian University, launched on 25 November the results of the research study entitled “Jordanian Labor Market Needs“. This study aims to identify the needs of the Jordanian labor market, the required skills, and to evaluate employment options for Jordanian youth and Syrian refugees. The desk study, which drew o...
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Launching of Projects Funded by EDU-SYRIA/ EDU-JORDAN

Amman, November 4 - EDU-SYRIA/EDU-JORDAN Program, funded by the European Union through the Regional Trust Fund in Response to the Syrian Crisis, “Madad”, and managed by the German Jordanian University, launched today nine projects to improve the livelihood options of vulnerable Jordanian and Syrian refugees and youths. The projects will provide the beneficiaries with access to higher and vocational education and improve their employability opportunities. These nine projects are funded throug...
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BAP Q&A session

A Q&A session took place on the 11th Oct 2021 which discussed the CfP and past funded projects. Technical and financial questions were answered. The session recording is below. If you have any other questions please contact us at Nuffic.info@copy.edu-syria.eu by the 1st Nov 2021. https://youtu.be/LmRPBJApTtQ
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