Weather of Arabia - Receiving applications for unified admission will begin this year from Tuesday (23-8-2022) for a week.
The application will be entirely electronic through the website of the Unified Admission Coordination Unit.
The Director of the Unified Admission Coordination Unit, Muhannad Al-Khatib, explained that the student can enter the site, submit the application, and pay the cash fees through the e-Fawateercom service.
The Unified Admission Coordination Unit announced, on Thursday, the completion of updating data and information for the majors offered for admission in the next academic year, on the unit's website ( link is provided from here ).
The unit, which is affiliated with the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, said that the number of majors offered for admission in the next academic year through the unified admission application is 530 majors in nine public universities in addition to the International University of Islamic Sciences .
The unit's website includes a brief description of the specializations and fields of work for each of them, and the status of the specialization in terms of being stagnant, saturated, or required, as stated by the Civil Service Bureau.
The unit invited all successful students in this year’s high school exam, whether from inside or outside Jordan, and their parents, to enter the site, and browse the site to benefit from all the data and information in it, such as the minimum competitive acceptance rates in the disciplines offered for admission in the last five years for guidance only, and the questions The most frequent, tips and instructions, and videos explaining the mechanism for submitting the unified admission application, and the mechanism for paying the application fee through the electronic payment service channels, in addition to a video explaining how to browse the website of the unit and see all the information on it.
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As for external grants, Al-Khatib said that this year they are within the framework of cultural exchange and are with 5 countries, namely Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Armenia and Romania.
He pointed out that the number last year was about 110 seats, noting that the number may increase this year due to the amendments made to the cultural exchange seats.
And he indicated that requests to benefit from external scholarships will be electronic by the website of the Directorate of Missions of the Ministry of Higher Education, after the completion of the unified admission application process.