AMMAN – In response to the local and global response to the impending Coronavirus threat, and in preparation to implement the necessary measures to maintain the University’s normal operation, MEU launched its “ZOOM” initiative which will allow MEU to maintain its scheduled teaching operations through the use of the ZOOM application. MEU has began training
AMMAN – The Entrepreneurs of Jordan 2020 competition, hosted by Middle East University’s  Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center in cooperation with Umniah’s “The Tank”, kicked off with an event at the King Hussein Business Park that was sponsored by the Ministry of Digital Economy and Entrepreneurship.   The participating teams gave a presentation on their project
AMMAN – Middle East University, as represented by Dr. Saleem Sharif, the Assistant to the President for Community Service and Public Relations, attended the inauguration ceremony for the University of Jordan’s Cultural Forum. The ceremony was held under the patronage of the Chairman of JU’s Board of Trustees, Dr. Adnan Badran, and was attended by
AMMAN – The Faculty of Pharmacy and the Faculty of Architecture and Design at Middle East University organised a lecture on how to identify symptoms of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and how to avoid contagion. Prof. Ammar al-Maaytah, the Dean of Pharmacy, spoke to students about the virus’ development, how it is contracted, and the accompanying symptoms.
AMMAN – Middle East University, represented by the Faculty of Educational Sciences, signed a memorandum of understanding with Durra Shareefa Schools and Tuhfa Schools to promote knowledge and academic exchange. The MoU was signed by Prof. Atef Maqablah, the Dean of Educational Sciences at MEU, Mr. Sadiq Husni Sharif, the General Manager of DSS, and
AMMAN – Researcher and Faculty of Law student Rana Abdullah Abu al-Wafa defended her thesis titled “The Civil Protection of Integrated Circuit Designs in the Jordanian Law”. Ms. Abu al-Wafa discussed how integrated circuits are a primary element integral to the operation of the industrial and technology sectors. These small electronic circuits help power products
AMMAN – The Faculty of Pharmacy at Middle East University organised a workshop on American pharmacy accreditation programme given by Mr. Michael J. Rouse, the Assistant Executive Director and Director of International Services at the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education. Mr. Rouse discussed the necessary paperwork and requirements needed when applying for accreditation. He also
AMMAN – Researcher and Faculty of Arts and Sciences student Ahmad Mohammad Ahmad defended his thesis titled “The Role of U.S.Congress in the Development of Foreign Policy- Examining the Iraq Wars of 1991 and 2003”. The researcher studied the role that the U.S. Congress played in establishing the norms of foreign policy, specifically touching upon
AMMAN – Under the patronage of H.E. the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Prof. Muhyieddeen Touq, Middle East University hosted a dinner party to honour H.E. the British Ambassador to Jordan, Mr. Edward Oakden, for his work and efforts as he ends his term of office. The dinner party was held on MEU’s

Dr Ammar Maaytah Promoted to Professor

AMMAN – The Middle East University family, as represented by the Head of the Board of Trustees and its members, the President of the University, the Dean’s Council, and all faculty members and administrative staff, would like to extend their warmest congratulations to the Dean of the Faculty of Pharmacy, Professor Ammar Muntasar Al Maaytah,