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Jordan

Our students from Jordan will receive a warm welcome in Birmingham, a multicultural city home to 65,000 students.

Sponsorships

Students from Jordan regularly study at Birmingham City University with a scholarship or sponsorship from their home country. For further information please contact the Regional Partnerships Manager, Mark Pell.

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Birmingham City University and Jordan

We have many students from Jordan studying at Birmingham City University on some of our most popular programmes including BEng/MEng Engineering, BA (Hons) Business Management and MSc Contruction Project Management.

Birmingham is a popular study destination for students from the Middle East region and has many of your home comforts including mosques, halal supermarkets and restaurants and a very active Islamic Society in our Students Union. Birmingham has its very own international airport which is located a 10 minute train journey from our City Centre Campus. Modern, safe and perfectly located on-campus accommodation is available to all international students on a first-come, first-served basis. .

Our experienced Regional Partnerships Manager for the Middle East, Mark Pell, understands the study needs of Jordanian students and would be happy to answer any questions you may have about studying here.

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Undergraduate

Certificate of General Secondary Education 60% PLUS Community College Diploma/Associate Degree with minimum grade 60% / 2.5 / C+

Note: Engineering courses require minimum C+ score in Mathematics.

Postgraduate 

Bachelor Degree from a recognised university with a minimum grade of 60% / Good / 2.5 / C+

International qualifications

If you live in the Middle East and study an international qualification such as a Bachelors Degree, A Levels, IB or CBSE, you can see our international entry requirements here:

If your education system is not listed here, please visit our country pages and click on the country of your education system. For any other questions please contact: mena@bcu.ac.uk.

Special requirements

Arts, Design and Media (ADM) 

All undergraduate courses in ADM require a good portfolio of artwork. Some postgraduate courses also require a portfolio, others require a proposal of studies while some courses require both a portfolio and a proposal of studies. Please check the course pages for specific requirements.

Computing, Engineering and the Built Environment (CEBE)

All undergraduate programmes in the CEBE Faculty require a minimum of Mathematics at O Level. For some programmes Mathematics is required at AS or A Level at Grade C or the equivalent. Please check the course pages for specific requirements.

Business, Law and Social Sciences (BLSS) 

All Business School undergraduate Year 1 courses require Mathematics minimum of Grade C at O Level or the equivalent

Health, Education and Life Sciences (HELS)

Most courses offered by the HELS Faculty require qualifications in Maths, Sciences and/or related subjects. Please individual course pages for further information.

International Foundation Programme

Birmingham City University International College (BCUIC) offer subject specific Foundation programmes to students after completion of General Secondary Education Certificate Examination with 60% and IELTS (or equivalent). Completion of a BCUIC Foundation course guarantees entry to your chosen degree. For a list of Undergraduate Foundation programmes and entry requirements please visit the BCUIC site.

English language requirements

View our English language requirements

September 2017 Scholarships:

Level Scholarship Amount* Qualification Required
Undergraduate


Diploma of Technician

£2,000 80+%
£1,500 70%
£1,000 60%
Postgraduate



Bachelor Degree from a University
£2,000 76+%
£1,500 68%
£1,000 65%

If you have studied an international curriculum such as American System or French System, please see the relevant country page. For A Levels and IB, please see your chosen course page.

*All scholarships are at the discretion of Birmingham City University. For further information please contact mena@bcu.ac.uk

We regularly visit the Middle East to meet students, agents and our university partners. During our trips to the Middle East we are always prepared to meet current, future and alumni students. All visits will be posted in this section of the website. If there are no visits listed you can contact Regional Partnerships Manager, Mark Pell to ask any questions or see when we’re next visiting the region.

Country contact

Do you have a question?

Mark Pell
Regional Partnerships Manager
Based at Birmingham City University’s City Centre Campus

Tel: +44 (0)121 331 4188
Email: mark.pell@bcu.ac.uk
Skype: bcu.markpell