Holders of Certificates of Secondary Education or its Equivalent (Science or Literature Sections):Students who hold a secondary education certificate from a recognized school may apply for admission to one of the bachelors programs, in accordance with the conditions and standards set by the university, within the limits of its capacity and according to the following provisions:
- A minimum average of 70% (Literary or Scientific Section) is required for admissions to the following colleges:
Note : Fulfilling the above minimum average requirements does not guarantee admission to a program. These requirements represent a threshold for including the application in the competition pool.
Students Holding a Technical High School Certificate or its Equivalent:
Students who hold a Technical Secondary School Certificate from a recognized school may be admitted to an undergraduate program according to the following requirements:
- Sharia and Islamic Studies
Holders ofCertificates of Secondary Education
from a Foreign Country and/or System:
A. High School Diploma Certificate : An applicant who holds a High School Diploma (American system) or its equivalent may be admitted upon meeting the following conditions:
B. British Certificates (IGCSE, GCSE, GCE):
An applicant who holds a British certificate of secondary education or its equivalent may be admitted upon meeting the following conditions::
C. International Baccalaureate Certificate (IB):
An applicant who holds International Baccalaureate Certificate may be admitted upon meeting the following conditions:
Special Admissions Requirements for the College of Medicine andCollege of Dentistry:A.
The Criteria for entering the Competition of the Medicine and Dentistry Colleges:
All students applying to the Medicine and Dentistry Colleges will be subject to further selection criteria based on academic competition amongst applicants depending on the regulations of the University.
Students have to pay 1500 AED to enter the competition process. This amount is non-refundable in any case: (acceptance, non-acceptance, withdrawal, or non-attendance.,). In case of acceptance, the fee is considered a first installment of tuition fees.
All new students acceptedin Medicine and Dentistry Colleges should pay the tuition fees within a maximum period of one week after announcement of their acceptance.
Students who do not enroll for the semester in which they werea dmitted will be denied admission to the University and will not receive a refund of any fees paid.