Amman-Johina News-Farah Shalbaya
The Director of the Unified Acceptance Coordination Unit at the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Dr. Khawla Awad, confirmed that the application for the regular program for the admission of Jordanians married to non-Jordanians will be announced after the announcement of the results of the unified admission, after the last third of this month. According to the previous decision of the Higher Education Council, 150 seats have been allocated to the Regular Program, which will open the way for this category to submit electronically through the Unit's website for a period of 3 days. The student must obtain the Jordanian children's card issued by the Civil Status Department. Admission must be limited to residents residing in the Kingdom. Candidates are exempt from admission to the list of the highest royal property for the children of the camps or candidates for any other exception. . According to the available disciplines, Dr. Awad said that the vision is fully clear after the announcement of the results of the unified admission, and after the knowledge of the minimum levels of admission within the official Jordanian universities, as the unit will take the allocation of seats on universities and disciplines appropriately. As for the applications, Awad indicated that the student who receives the Secondary School Ctificate at the summer or winter courses for the current year only pays the application fee to the universities using the electronic payment mechanism, and then sends a text message to his phone number containing the user code and the secret code for entry To the application software. Awad pointed out that this service is available through payment channels, most notably personal bank account online, branches of Jordanian banks and ATMs, points of sale in Safeway and Carrefour, approved exchange shops. After entering the application program, the student enters the course and the seating number in the general secondary school certificate and the serial number in the Jordanian ID card and the national number, and the place and registration number for the Jordanian mother.
Translated by: Diana Hilal