Jordan approves over 30,000 scholarships, loans
- Jordan: Monday, March 04 - 2013 at 06:22
Jordan's higher education minister Wajih Owais has said 30,376 university students, constituting 79% of those who applied for financial aid and loans from the Students Support Fund, are to receive support, Jordan Times has reported. Of those who were awarded the scholarships, 5,200 students will be covered by the Students Support Fund, 1,549 by Royal Court scholarships and 1,000 by a fund that supports northern and central region students studying in southern universities. Other scholarships are covered by telecoms provider Zain Jordan, and the funds allocated for students residing in areas classified as poverty pockets, the said Owais.
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