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A. Closed Activities
The following activities have been accomplished:
1. Project Website
An informative web site will be developed to post the project objective and activities, published reports and the details of the proposed program curriculum, in order to increase awareness of a wider (including regional and international) audience about the program benefits. The web site will be developed, maintained and hosted at YU.
2. Electronic Data Base for Project Management
An electronic database will be established at YU in order to document the project management activities in order to organize the implementation of project activities and to measure the level of implementation of project activities with respect to budget and time. The data base will be accessible to all project partners and its contents will be input to the progress and budget reports.
3. Quality Control Plan of the Project
A report which contains the quality control plan of the project will be prepared and published at the early stages of the project lifetime. This report will be used throughout the implementation of the project activities in order to ensure the achievement of the project objectives. The quality plan will include a reporting and communication system which will be used by all staff members involved in the project in order to ensure the successful implementation of individual activities.
4. Review of the existing MSc program
Review of the existing master program with the EU consortium members and other eminent EU universities and provide critique and analysis of the problems associated with the existing programs and curricula. This includes the existing program guidelines, courses, course material, teaching methodologies and employability of graduates. The review process will result in a number of recommendations and guidelines on the set of improvements required in new curricula in the form of documents and reports.

5. Visits of JO staff to EU

visits of 15 faculty members from JO partner institutions to the EU partner institutions were conducted from April 2011 to Oct. 2011

6. EU Educational System Seminars

7. Competition Analysis

8. Demand Analysis

A demand and statistical analysis of the proposed program will be performed by forming joint workgroups with local industries to determine the requirements of the labor market with regard to curriculum development and quality of graduates.

8. Workshop on Market Needs

Workshop held on 16/10/2011: Workshop Page

9. Memorandum of Understanding

Partnership agreement signed and operational

10. Coordination Meetings

1st, 2nd, 3rd 4th, 5th and 6th held

11. Progress Reports

1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th progress reports written and approved

12. Fiancial Reviews

1st and 2nd Financial reviews conducted and approved

13. Fully Prepared Curriculum Dafts


Master of Science in Wireless Communications: O-WP8-22-MSc-WirelessComm.pdfO-WP8-22-MSc-WirelessComm.pdf

Master of Engineering in Telecom Management: O-WP8-22-MEngTelecomManagement.pdfO-WP8-22-MEngTelecomManagement.pdf

Master of Engineering in Telecom Technology:    O-WP8-22-MEngTelecomTechnology.pdfO-WP8-22-MEngTelecomTechnology.pdf


14. Professional Development of Local Staff

Training of 24 faculty members from YU, HU and GJU on Curriculum development at three EU universities.

15. Student Recruitment Event

A workshop was held at the Le Royal Hotel in Amman to promote the new programs on 2/4/2013. 

17. The Pilot Program

The pilot program of the Telecom Management Masters Program was conducted from April 15th to May 30th at the Prince Faisal Center-Amman

The following courses were offered free of charge to telecom engineers working at telecom companies or the government:
1. Strategic Management
2. Project Management for Telecom
3. Telecom Regulations and Policies
4. IP technology and next generation networks
5. Management of telcom services
These courses have been taught by Yarmouk University staff and a number of experts from Dublin City University, Polytechnic University of Valencia and Queen Mary University of London.

18. Training of YU students at EU Universities

Fourteen students are have attendrf ed training on scientific research at the EU partner institutions 

19. Fully Prepared Course Material

Course material of about 50 new courses has been prepared

20. Information System for Quality Control

System ready and populated with courses: System Website

21. QC Unit

QC Processes designed and Unit legalized at the faculty level: Unit Website

22. Lab Equipment purchase

Three labs have been purchased and installed:

1. Video Conferencing Lab

2. Wireless Communicaitons Lab

3. Antennas Lab

23. Curriculum Approval and Accreditation Curriculum Approval and Accreditation 

New MSc programme in wireless communications approved by YU board of deans

24. Network of Colaboration with Local IndustryNetwork of Colaboration with Local Industry

A number of agreements and memoranda of undertanding with local industry has been signed.

25. Dissemination of the Project

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 B. Ongoing Activities:


All project activities have been closed

The project will be concluded on 15/4/2014


Curriculum Development workshop at QMUL in London 22-23 April, 2012 


Curriculum Development workshop at HU 6 April, 2012 


Student Recruitment Workshop 2/4/2013
Meeting of the QC unit workgroup in Dublin 28/5/2013


Meeting of the QC unit workgroup in Dublin 28/5/2013