The International Community School in Amman, Jordan (ICS) is very proud of the support and patronage of HRH Prince El Hassan bin Talal and HRH Princess Sarvath El Hassan. It is an honour for every member of the ICS community to have them as our patrons.

HRH Prince       

El Hassan bin Talal

HRH Prince El Hassan bin Talal was born in Amman, on 20 March 1947, to a branch of the Hashemite family directly descended from the Prophet Muhammad, in the forty-second generation of descendants. His Royal Highness is the youngest son of Their late Majesties King Talal and Queen Zein El Sharaf, and is the brother of His late Majesty King Hussein. Prince Hassan had his early schooling in Amman, largely through private tuition, then attended the English preparatory school, Summer Fields. In 1963, HRH went to Harrow School, where he was in Park House, and then matriculated to Christ Church College, Oxford. HRH graduated from Oxford with a B.A. (Hons.) in Oriental Studies, followed by an M.A.

“A universal ethos cannot be thought the property of any one culture.”

HRH Princess Sarvath El Hassan

Her Royal Highness was born in Calcutta on the 24th of July 1947 to a prominent family of the Indian subcontinent. His Royal Highness Crown Prince El Hassan bin Talal and Princess Sarvath married in Karachi on the 28th of August 1968. Their Royal Highnesses live in Amman and have four children. Her Royal Highness Princess Sarvath served Jordan for over 40 years. The Princess initiated, sponsored, and continues to support many projects and activities in Jordan, mainly in the field of education, in addition to issues pertaining to women and the family, social welfare and health.


In 1995, Her Royal Highness Princess Sarvath El Hassan received the "Woman of Peace Award", granted by the Rome-based 'Together for Peace' Foundation, in recognition of her deep commitment to the promotion of education, special education and social welfare.