Teacher Education Professional Diploma Scholarship 2021, EU-funded EDU-SYRIA/EDU-JORDAN programme
Opportunity type : Scholarships
Apply now to the new higher education scholarships for Teacher Education Professional Diploma at Queen Rania Teacher Academy under EDU-JORDAN Programme!
The EDU-SYRIA/EDU-JORDAN programme -funded by EU through the regional trust fund in response to the Syrian crisis: the EU ‘Madad’ Fund, and managed by the German Jordanian University- announce that the door is now open to apply for 112 scholarships to study for “Teacher Education Professional Diploma” at the Queen Rania Teacher Academy, for Jordanians for the academic year 2021/2022.
1. Scholarship applicant needs to meet the following requirements:
An applicant must be Jordanian.
The applicant should be a beneficiary of one of the following Organizations:
National Aid Fund
Tkiyet Um Ali
The applicant should hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited university with a minimum average of Good.
The applicant shouldn’t be employed
The applicant must be 30-year-old or younger.
The applicant must have good command of both written and spoken Arabic (for non-English Subject applicants).
Eligible candidates will take an admissions subject content test administered by QRTA.
Successful candidates will be invited to QRTA for selection day that includes a personal interview, subject and group tasks.
Candidates applying to English major should pass English placement test
2. Additional Requirements (Criteria for Selection):
Must have the will and passion to further enhance the quality of education in Jordan.
Must have a passion for the teaching profession.
High level of subject knowledge and the ability to use technology within their subject area.
Enthusiasm and interest in teaching their subject to students in grades 4 and above.
Ability to reflect creatively and critically.
A positive attitude to, and involvement with young people, and an understanding of the importance of establishing respectful, supportive and constructive relationships with students.
High expectations of children and young people, and a commitment to their achievement.
A sense of the scope of a teacher’s professional skills and responsibilities.
The ability to cope well in a highly pressurized and demanding context.
A commitment to collaboration and co-operative work with colleagues.
A commitment to teaching and to the pre-service diploma.
Willingness to work adopt their planning and teaching with special needs students and cater to their learning needs.
A commitment to equity in education and inclusive learning