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GJU discusses scholarship project for Syrian refugees

By JT - Jan 18,2016 - Last updated at Jan 18,2016

AMMAN — The German-Jordanian University (GJU) on Sunday held a meeting on the EDU-SYRIA project it is implementing, according to a GJU statement sent to The Jordan Times.

University officials and representatives of the project’s partners, as well as international organisations, attended the meeting, where discussions covered some of the key aspects of the project’s implementation.

EDU-SYRIA is an EU-funded project aimed at providing higher education scholarships for young Syrians and underprivileged Jordanians, according to the statement. Dhiah Abou Tair, the project’s manager, said the EU has provided an initial fund of 4 million euros.

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