Middle East University (Jordan)

This article is about a university in Jordan. For the university in Lebanon, see Middle East University (Lebanon).
Middle East University
جـــامـــعـــة الشرق الاوسط
Type Private
Established 2005
Affiliation Association of Arab Universities
President Prof. Maher Saleem
Vice-president Prof. Mohammad Al-Heleh
Location Jordan Amman, Jordan
Website meu.edu.jo

Middle East University (MEU) is a national education research consulting non-profit organization in Amman, Jordan, owned by the Company Middle East University for Graduate Studies.

Brief History of Middle East University

The university inaugurated its first phase with the name "The Middle East University of Graduate Studies" on June 30,2005, after having completed all the requirements of licensing and accreditation including the provision of qualified faculty members and administrative staff, and developed study plans. The university received the first batch of students in twelve specialized master's program at the beginning of second semester of the academic year 2005/2006. At the beginning of the academic year 2008/2009, the university received in its second phase, the first batch of undergraduate students in twelve specializations in buildings with total area (25000) m ².



There are nine colleges in the university:[1]



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