School Strategies - King Abdullah II School of Information Technology - The University of Jordan

School's Strategy

School's Strategy


King Abdullah II School for information technology has set its vision to be one of the leaders in the field of IT education. The faculty aims to achieve this target in the next five years via becoming an active academic environment that facilitates teaching, learning and research activities to produces top-quality graduates. Moreover, the faculty set its target to positively serve and supply local communities with it skills in order to increase job opportunities in the field



To prepare students who are qualified to work in information technology fields, with high levels of ethical awareness and professionalism, through academic and research programs that are of high quality, and correspond to international standards along with local job demands.​ 


In compliance with the main directions of our vision, the faculty addresses the following four categories:

  1)    Employment

  •  To become the main provider of IT professionals in Jordan and  the region
  • To provide continuous learning to our graduates
  • To encourage IT innovations and startupbusinesses.

 2)    Education

  •  To provide high education levels in the different fields of information technology           
  •  To provide high quality Curriculum that meets the market demands and industry dynamic requirements
  •  To boost advanced academic skills such as the critical thinking, analysis and Synthesis

 3)    Research

  •  To improve research skills of both faculty and students
  •  To encourage the establishment of various research groups in the main IT streams
  •  To increase the visibility of research outcomes in the national and international levels
  •  To increase participation in research events locally and internationally
  •  To encourage cooperation with recognized research parties.

 4)    Social

  •  To facilitate and encourage students social activities
  •  To involve local Society in planning and choosing future directions via constructive feedback
  •  To establish the concept of voluntary work and serving society by both faculty and students