Jami University | پوهنتون جامی


University Overview


Jami University was founded in 2009 in Herat, Afghanistan. Jahan University is a registered full-fledged private university with the Ministry of Higher Education in Afghanistan (MoHE). Jami University provides undergraduate degree programs in six major fields of study including a 7-year medical science degree program and 4-year degree programs in Economics and Management, Civil Engineering, Agricultural Science, Law and Political Sciences and Islamic Sciences. Find more universities in Afghanistan: List of Universities in Afghanistan

Academic Programs


  • Agriculture and Agronomy
  • Sharia and Islamic Sciences
  • Economics and Management
  • Civil Engineer
  • Law and Political Sciences
  • Curative Medicine

Tuition and Fees


Faculty:Fee:
Medicine Sciences6.000 – 27.000 AFN
Law and Political Sciences6.000 – 27.000 AFN
Civil Engineering6.000 – 27.000 AFN
Economics and Management6.000 – 27.000 AFN
Sharia & Islamic Sciences6.000 – 27.000 AFN
Agriculture and Agronomy6.000 – 27.000 AFN
Note: Fees may change. Make contact with university before making your final decision.

Costs & Life in Afghanistan


Transportation Fees:
– Local bus price (one-way ticket): 20 AFN = 0,26 USD
– Monthly pass: 1,250 AFN = 16,50 USD
– Intercity bus: 6-7 AFN = 0,078 – 0,091 USD
– Taxi starts: 50 AFN = 0,65 USD

Food Prices:
– Bread (500g): 25,45 AFN = 0,32 USD
– Water (1,5 Lt): 30,00 = 0,39 USD
– Eggs (12): 82,56 AFN = 1,07 USD

Accommodation Prices:
– Monthly rent (1-2 bedroom): 5,000 – 10,000 = 65-130 USD
– Utilities for 1 month (gas, heating…): 1,000 – 1,250 AFN = 12-15 USD

NOTE: The exchange rate may vary. Please check the latest exchange rate! Also fees can be changed.

General Information


Nameپوهنتون جامی
Established2009
AcronymJU
Websitehttps://jami.edu.af/
Email info@Jami.edu.af
Phone0799609085
LocationHerat, Afghanistan
Control TypePrivate
CategoryUniversity
Country Rank50 (webometrics.info)
World Rank26385 (webometrics.info)

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