Military Schools in Jordan

How many Jordanian military academies are there?

6 Results Found

  • Mu'tah University

    Established: 1981 Mu'tah

    Mu'tah University is located in Karak Governorate in Jordan, it was founded on 22 March 1981 by Royal Decree, to be a national institution formilitary and civilian higher education.

  • Prince Hussein Technical College

    Established: 1949

    It is an intermediate university technical college which is authenticated on both special and general levels that grants a diploma degree in engineering and administrative subjects. Established 1949, school of mechanics. It carry out the ...


Also in Jordan

  • The Language Institute
  • Center of Excellence
  • National coding and numbering Center
  • Studies and Lessons Learned Center
  • Peace Operation Training Center
  • Martyr King Abdullah bin Al Hussein's Infantry School
  • Royal Supply and Transport School
  • Al Arkan ALSoghra School
  • Royal Armor School
  • Royal Artillery School
  • Royal Air Defense School
  • Royal Engineering Corps School
  • Maintenance and Driving School
  • King Talal Military School
  • Non-commissioned Officers Training School
  • Intelligence School


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