Elia Nuqul Foundation (ENF)

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Elia Nuqul Foundation (ENF)


P.O. Box 154, Amman 11118, The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan


+ 962 6 4652688


+ 962 6 4645669






Mr. Elia Nuqul

The Elia Nuqul Foundation (ENF) was established in 2008 as a philanthropic entity of the Nuqul family. ENF focuses on social and economic development initiatives benefitting individuals and local communities within the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.

Support to Higher Education

ENF operates in two streams of interventions; the Elia Nuqul Scholarship Fund and the Social Entrepreneurship Program.
Type of Support
ENF provides a number of scholarships that varies each year depending on the Foundation’s annual budget. The scholarships cover BSc degrees in all fields of study. ENF also supports students wanting to attend Jordanian public universities, community colleges and vocational training centers in Jordan. In addition to covering tuition costs, scholarship recipients are provided with a living stipend, and currently, ENF is collaborating with partners to provide training programs that enhance students’ personal and professional development, and employability.
Duration of Support
● Universities: 4-5 years.
● Community colleges: 2 years.
● Vocational training centers: up to 1 year.
Eligibility Criteria
● Jordanian youth with high school graduation score of 70% or above for university scholarships, 65% or above for community colleges and 10th grade or above for vocational training centers scholarships.
● Students are required to maintain a level of “Good” and must commit to community service activities throughout the duration of their scholarships.
Application Procedures
Direct applications to ENF or through referrals.
Ms. Abeer Sughayar, Program Development Manager
E-mail: asughayar@nuqulgroup.com
Additional Information
ENF scholars become automatically part of the Elia Nuqul Foundation Fellowship Network, after completing the scholarship and training programs. Through the Network, ENF’s youth and adults who are committed to the Foundation provide their expertise to future scholars. This could include, but is not limited to, the provision of seminars and lectures on various subjects, professional development training workshops, academic and career counseling, internship opportunities and monitoring scholarship recipients.