Scholarships to Jordanian Students


    HM Queen Rania Scholarship Program

    • Three full tuition scholarships for each of the following programs:- Master in Information and Telecommunication Technologies (MSITT)- Master in Management of Business, Innovation and Technology (MBIT)

    • Four full tuition scholarships for Executive Training Programs in Leadership and Innovation that are conducted in Athens twice annually at AIT in cooperation with the Kennedy School of Government of Harvard University.

    Eligibility

    MSITT

    The selection process is based on an overall analysis of various factors. Skills, talents and formal pre-requisites: enthusiasm, ability to listen, concentration and involvement, responsibility, motivation to grow as a manager and a person. You must also score well on the formal admissions requirements.
    a) Application form: The application form is available online and from AIT Admissions office. It must be completed in English.
    b) Degree certificate and transcripts: You are required to submit an official or certified degree certificate (in English or in Greek) from the college or university attended, along with the official or certified transcript of grades. The type of degree, the date of graduation, and dates of enrollment, must be clearly stated in these documents.
    c) A detailed CV and Statement of Purpose must accompany your application. The Statement of Purpose must be about 500 words. It should be concise, focused, well-written, and should describe succinctly your reasons for applying to AIT, research interest, future career plans, and other aspects of your background and interests which may aid the Admissions Committee in evaluating your aptitude and motivation for graduate study.
    d) 2 recommendation letters in English (signed and sealed): These letters must be from people who know you well enough professionally and/or academically to provide a detailed evaluation of your professional and academic performance and provide a detailed evaluation of your qualifications for the MSITT program. You may use the MSITT form available at: /ait_web_site/pdfs/MSITT_Recommendation_Form.pdfe) English language requirements: to be considered for admission, scores must be submitted from FCE, CAE, CPE, Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or the academic International English Language Testing System (IELTS). Exceptions may be made for applicants who hold a degree from a university located in a country in which English is the official language and also the language of instruction at the university. The minimum scores for admission consideration are:
    IELTS (Academic): A score of 5.5 up to 9
    **TOEFL:**Institution code: 7038. 80 on Internet –based/ 230 on Computer-based/460 on Paper-based
    More Information:www.ets.org Note: Those who submit only a copy of FCE as a proof of competency in English will be asked for interview by the Admissions Committee of AIT.
    f) Interview: After an initial review of your application, a select number of candidates will be invited for an admissions interview by the Admissions Committee of AIT.
    g) The application must be accompanied by 1 passport-size digital photo.

    MBIT

    Selection process is based on an overall analysis of various factors. Skills, talents and formal pre-requisites: enthusiasm, ability to listen, concentration and involvement, responsibility, motivation to grow as a manager and a person.
    You must also score well on the formal admissions requirements.
    a) Application form: The application form is available online and from AIT Admissions office. It must be completed in English.
    b) Degree certificate and transcripts: You are required to submit an official or certified degree certificate (in English or in Greek) from the college or university attended, along with the official or certified transcript of grades. The type of degree, the date of graduation, and dates of enrollment, must be clearly stated in these documents.
    c) A detailed CV and Statement of Purpose must accompany your application. The Statement of Purpose must be about 500 words. It should be concise, focused, well-written, and should describe succinctly your reasons for applying to AIT, research interest, future career plans, and other aspects of your background and interests which may aid the Admissions Committee in evaluating your aptitude and motivation for graduate study.
    d) 2 recommendation letters in English (signed and sealed): These letters must be from people who know you well enough professionally and/or academically to provide a detailed evaluation of your professional and academic performance and provide a detailed evaluation of your qualifications for the MBIT program. You may use the MBIT form at: /ait_web_site/pdfs/MBIT_Recommendation_Form.pdfe) English language requirements: to be considered for admission, scores must be submitted from FCE, CAE, CPE, Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or the academic International English Language Testing System (IELTS). Exceptions may be made for applicants who hold a degree from a university located in a country in which English is the official language and also the language of instruction at the university. The minimum scores for admission consideration are:
    IELTS (Academic): A score of 5.5 up to 9
    **TOEFL:**Institution code: 7038. 80 on Internet –based/ 230 on Computer-based/460 on Paper-based.
    More Information:www.ets.org Note: Those who submit only a copy of FCE as a proof of competency in English will be asked for interview by the Admissions Committee of AIT.
    f) Interview: After an initial review of your application, a select number of candidates will be invited for an admissions interview by the Admissions Committee of AIT.
    g) The application must be accompanied by 1 passport-size digital photo.

    Benefits

    The MSITT tuition fees amount to €8,000 for the whole duration of studies. All admitted students are eligible to apply for scholarships and financial aid to cover whole or part of this amount.
    The MBIT tuition fees amount to €9,500 for the whole duration of studies. All admitted students are eligible to apply for scholarships and financial aid to cover whole or part of this amount.

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