Expected Tangible Outputs:

• A Report on 10 EU best practices in delivering iBSc programs
• At least eight "Training of Trainers" seminars on recent research and issues related to the medical education
• A webinar on Bologna Process and ECTS system
• At least 8 modules materials will be developed and accredited for the iBSc programs
• One capacity building (CB) plan on the training needs for the staff of JO HEIs
• Training of 48 JO professors in EU
• Admitting at least 120 students in all JO HEIs
• Training of JO students in EU
• Establishing and equipping 6 TL
• Conducting at least 60 research projects at the TL


iBMS-JO is the first of its kind not only in Jordan but also in the MENA region, offering a iBSc degrees in BMS. Such degrees will significantly benefit medical students of high ability who are considering a career in Academia. In addition to gaining an understanding of the scientific principles that underpin modern medical practice, students will become skilled in a range of laboratory techniques, and experience the challenges of performing substantial laboratory research projects.