The School of Agriculture at the University of Jordan has achieved international accreditation from the American accreditation institution “ABET-ANSAC” for its Bachelor's programs in Animal Production and Food Science and Technology.

This global recognition will open doors for graduates of these programs to pursue postgraduate studies abroad and enhance their employment opportunities in both local and international markets. Furthermore, international accreditation of the programs will promote academic and research collaboration among the faculty members with their counterparts in Arab and foreign universities, positively impacting knowledge dissemination, scientific research, and service to the local community and the agricultural sector in the Kingdom.

It's worth noting that the accredited programs have met all the accreditation and quality indicators required by the ABET, excelling in numerous criteria, including program objectives, employability in the job market, academic qualifications of faculty members, educational and research infrastructure, and partnerships with local and international institutions.

On this occasion, the School of Agriculture extends its sincere thanks and appreciation to the higher administration of the University of Jordan, represented by its President, His Excellency Professor Dr. Nazeer Obeidat, for their significant and continuous support. They also express gratitude to all participants, including students, alumni, and partners in the public and private sectors, for their constructive contributions to achieving this important milestone, which will enhance the school’s reputation locally and internationally.

Finally, as the school celebrates its golden jubilee, it looks forward to achieving further success and progress at the local and international levels, aiming to become a leader in education, scientific research, and service to the agricultural sector, under the esteemed patronage of His Majesty King Abdullah II Ibn Al Hussein.