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Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research (Jordan)

Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research
وزارة التعليم العالي والبحث العلمي
Agency overview
Formed 1982
Jurisdiction Jordan
Headquarters Jubaiha, Amman
Agency executive Amin Mahmoud (politician)
Website http://www.mohe.gov.jo/

The Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research (Arabic: وزارة التعليم العالي والبحث العلمي) is the government body that is responsible for maintaining and implementing government policies in higher education in Jordan. The ministry provides the support, services and organization aimed at guiding higher education sector in Jordan.

History

The Council of Higher Education was established in 1982 in response to the increased demand of regulating and planning the policies of higher education. In 1985, the council was renamed to the Ministry of Higher Education.

The ministry was annulled and was merged within the Ministry of Education in 1998, but was re-established in 2001 and was renamed as the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research.[1]

Scientific Research

The ministry following its re-establishment in 2001, was given a new responsibility of guiding the scientific research sector of higher education in Jordan. In 2005, the Scientific Research Committee was formed. Since 2006, the ministry issues several internationally peer-reviewed journals in cooperation with several Jordanian universities:

  1. Jordan Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (JJMIE) [2] published in cooperation with the Deanship of Graduate Studies and Scientific Research in the Hashemite University.
  2. Jordan Journal of Biological Sciences [3] The Journal is published in cooperation with the Hashemite University. ISSN: 1995-6673
  3. Jordan Journal of Chemistry (JJC).[4] Published in cooperation with the Deanship of Research and Graduate Studies in Yarmouk University. (ISSN 1814 -9111)
  4. Jordan Journal of Civil Engineering (JJCE).[5] Published in cooperation with Jordan University of Science and Technology.
  5. Jordan Journal of Earth and Environmental Sciences (JJEES).[6] Published in cooperation with the Hashemite University.
  6. Jordan Journal of Physics (JJP) [7] published with Yarmouk University. (ISSN 1994-7615)
  7. Jordan Journal of Modern Languages and Literature [8] published with Yarmouk University. (ISSN 1994- 6953)
  8. Jordan Journal of Educational Sciences (JJES) [9] published in cooperation with Yarmouk University. (ISSN 1814 -9480)
  9. Jordan Journal of Arabic Language and Literatureالمجلة الأردنية في اللغة العربية وآدابها [10] a journal in Arabic language published with Mu'tah University.

References

  1. ^ Europe- Tempus report on Jordan
  2. ^ Jordan Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (JJMIE)
  3. ^ Jordan Journal of Biological Sciences (JJBS)
  4. ^ Jordan Journal of Chemistry (JJC)
  5. ^ Jordan Journal of Civil Engineering (JJCE)
  6. ^ Jordan Journal of Earth and Environmental Sciences (JJEES)
  7. ^ Jordan Journal of Physics (JJP)
  8. ^ Jordan Journal of Modern Languages and Literature (JJMLL)
  9. ^ Jordan Journal of Educational Sciences (JJES)
  10. ^ Jordan Journal of Arabic Language and Literature)

External links

  • MOHE website
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