13 May 2019
According to the Latest 2019 Times Higher Education University Rankings JUST is in the Forefront of Universities in Asia

Tuesday May 7th 2019///   JUST has continued to gain momentum and climbing up the ladder of the international higher education rankings. In its latest achievement, JUST has ranked 54th Best University according to the "The Times Higher Education Asia University Rankings 2019".  In this achievement, JUST has made a quick impressive progress and advanced 14 ranks from 68th only last year to 54th for the current year 2019.

The achievement of JUST now being listed within the top Asian universities adds to the impressive record of achievements in the area of international university rankings. This record includes the 2019 ranking of JUST with the best 351-400 universities around the World. 

It is noteworthy that THE University ranking for Asian universities uses the same 13 rigorous performance indicators as the THE World University Rankings. Examining each university's strengths against all of its core missions: Teaching, research, citations, knowledge transfer, industry links, international outlook and the ability of matching the educational outcomes with all sectors, which are important tools that help students select their place of postsecondary studies.

On this occasion, Prof. Saeb Khreisat, JUST president, said that this achievement in addition to all what have been achieved so far in this regard is a sign of JUST excellence, where JUST is truly weaving a great Jordanian story that make us all proud. Prof. Khresat stated that such an achievement in Asia; a continent that includes such countries as Japan, Korea, China, India, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Turkey and many more is a sign of JUST exemplary global reputation stressing that this is the result of cumulative efforts by the university's staff and associates, and it would not have been possible without the efforts of the members of the teaching and administrative bodies since JUST inception, to improve the university through openness and communication with prestigious universities in international forums. Prof. Khreisat​ concluded by calling on all to exert even more and more effort to achieve the vision of his Majesty King Abdullah II in a leading and distinguished Jordanian higher education.​