Ibn Sina University for
Medical Sciences

With the progress that has taken place over the many aspects of life, and was reflected in medical education and health services, the need has emerged to establish medical faculties that keep pace with this development and provide society with distinguished scientific and professional health service providers, who have high communication skills and take into account the humanitarian aspects of their work.

Hence the idea of establishing Ibn Sina University for Medical Sciences, the fruit of tireless work that lasted for years, during which the administrators of the university were keen to give everything possible to achieve the goals we aspire to. The lecture rooms were designed in a modern way and provided with interactive multimedia, and care was taken to ensure that the number of students in practical and theoretical lessons was within the conditions set by the accreditation body and similar to what is done in international universities.


Ibn Sina University for Medical Sciences is located in al-Qastal area, 2 km from Queen Alia International Airport towards Amman and about 27 km from the seventh roundabout (Google Maps link).

The university started with the Faculty of Medicine and other faculties will be added starting next semester.

The university has provided lecture and seminars halls equipped according to the highest technical standards in the world, and laboratories for anatomy, histology, and pathology similar to those found in the largest universities. The university also provides research laboratories that students involved in research with faculty members can use.

Yes, the university partnered with George Washington University, which will provide the university with teaching staff and supervise the curriculum. The university is currently working on expanding its partnerships with prestigious Arab and foreign universities.

The academic system at the Faculty of Medicine is annual, but university fees payment is quarterly.​​

The number of hours in the first and second semesters ranges between 15-18 credit hours, while in the summer semester, it ranges between 9-12 credit hours.

Yes, the student cannot complete the courses of the study plan on time without registering for the summer semester.

Yes, provided that the student has passed with a grade of at least C+ or 65%, the content of the subject is identical to what is being taught at Ibn Sina University for Medical Sciences, and his transfer from his university is not due to dismissal for non-academic reasons.

Yes, and the student is not allowed to take the final exam if he exceeds the legal absence rate.

The students will be trained in the clinical phase at Jordan Hospital, the largest private teaching hospital in Jordan, and the training will be supervised by specialists with a very high level of professional and academic competence.

Presidency Building