The Dean’s Message
The Faculty of Law received the first batch of students for the Master’s degree in 2005/2006 and the first batch of undergraduate students at the beginning of 2008/2009. The Faculty has achieved, in a short period of time, success in more than one track, and the number of students from Jordan and other Arab countries has also increased. The Faculty has been able to build a network of relationships with faculties of law and with other professional bodies and the courts. It is a member of the Federation of Law Schools in the World Federation of Faculties of Law. One of its goals for its students is to achieve the full development of their personalities, not only through the transfer of facts and knowledge of the educational process, but also in ensuring their success in their careers.
The Faculty hopes to attract a number of students who are involved and interested in areas concerned with human rights. College does not consider itself to be an ivory tower but rather sees itself as a laboratory where teaching is inseparable from reality and life, and where there is a focus on memory and the folder and memorization at the expense of analysis, innovation, and creativity. The Faculty seeks to make way for professors and its students to participate effectively in an environment of openness and mutual tolerance and constructive dialogue.
In conclusion, the Faculty of Law strives towards the provision of legal education in enhancing the role of a respected law in the development of society and to enable students to face the challenges of the world of the third millennium, this fast-paced world of change leaving no place for rigidity and narrow-mindedness. We will be glad to answer your questions at
The Middle East University was founded in 2005 as a Graduate Studies University with twelve specializations. Towards the beginning of the academic year 2008-2009 the university opened twenty specializations for both Graduate and Undergraduate students with the ongoing growth in staff and students.