Welcome to AL-Ahliyya Amman University Alumni Portal!
AAU Started providing academic services in 1990, Al-Ahliyya Amman University (AAU) was the first private university and pioneer of private education in Jordan. AAU has been accorded institutional and programmatic accreditation. It is a member of the International Association of Universities, Federation of the Universities of the Islamic World, Union of Arab Universities and Association of Arab Private Institutions of Higher Education. AAU always seeks distinction by upgrading learning outcomes through the adoption of methods and strategies that depend on a system of quality control and effective follow-up at all its faculties, departments, centers and administrative units. The overall aim is to become a flagship university not only at the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan level but also at the Arab World level. In this vein, AAU has adopted Information Technology as an essential ingredient in its activities, especially e-learning, and it has incorporated it in its educational processes in all fields of specialization to become the first such university to do so.
The Alumni Section was established at Al-Ahliyya Amman University to harmonize the higher education outputs and the requirements of Jordanian labor market as well as sustaining the relationship between the University and alumni by building various communication and cooperation aimed channels to serve the alumni, University, and the community adding to grant distinctive opportunities for students to participate in the University programs.
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- Keeping the alumni in touch with the University and its faculties to strengthen their loyalty and belonging to the University.
- Motivate graduates and whom expected to graduate for participation in the programs offered by faculties and the Alumni Section.
- Help of offering jobs for graduates, in which commensurate with their specialties and their interests.
- Process the Website preparations in cooperation with the Computer Center in order to facilitate the process of filling in the curriculum vita form for graduates.
- Establish the Alumni Club including a number of University’s graduates from different regiments and disciplines.
- Organizing the Graduates Day in which all the graduates who are from same regiment and from all faculties invite to attend this annual day with the aim of linking the graduate with his Colleague.
- Inviting the graduates for the University events and for its various activities.
- Helping the recruitment companies and institutions that are looking for employees to access to the University graduates with ease to choose the qualified employee.
- Following up the career situation of the graduate in terms of the job nature if it is commensurate with the programs available at the University.
- Measuring the career satisfaction by filling in the employers’ surveys.
- Taking care of international students who are from different nationalities through overcoming the difficulties of accommodation and living in front of them.
- Making them feel safe and feel the warm of hospitality in their second country (Jordan).
- Guide them and care of them in all academic, cultural, social, and sporting aspects.
- Consolidate the bonds of love and brotherhood between the Jordanian students and their fellows of international students by having relationships gather them for identifying the international students of the cultural and tourism highlights in Jordan by the visits and continuous trips.
- Organizing the annual exhibition of communities at the University.
- Solving out problems that they face at the University.
- Holding regular meetings with the Cultural Attaché to follow with their students’ affairs.
- Participating in activities which give knowledge about their culture, habits and traditions which, in turn, conveys a civilized image on them.
- Organizing poetry evenings for all communities.
- Holding regular meetings with the communities’ coordinators to find out what's new and what are their needs.
- Visiting Embassies and Cultural Attachés to discuss situations of international students.