1. Prospective student should have 60% marks in the secondary school of UAE or its equivalent as per the International Grade Conversions published by World Education Services Inc. (www.wes.org). Student having any equivalent qualification from an institution in UAE must get the documents attested by the Ministry of Education and Youth. For qualifications obtained from abroad, attestation is required from the relevant authorities of that country.
2. Seven subjects of IGCSE/GCSE/GCE (O-Level) with grade ‘C’ or above (AS-Level) with grade ‘D’ or above (A-Level) with grade ‘E’ or above. All documents require attestation from the competent authorities.
3. Holders of UAE Secondary School Certificate who have scores below the required level (minimum of 60%, before academic year 2006), and do not meet the regular admission requirements, may go through the Foundation Program to prepare themselves for higher studies in their chosen field.
i. On passing the Foundation Program, the student’s Certificate will be recognized and attested by the MOHESR. This may be used for progression to Higher Education within the institution offering the Foundation Program, or for entry to other receiving institutions, provided the student meets the admission requirements set for specific programs at that institution.
ii. The Foundation Program does not apply to students who hold High School Certificates from other systems of Education (British GCE / IGCSE or American Diploma). Students falling under this category will need to meet the minimum admission requirements set forth in the Ministerial Decree’s 200/2004 and 133/2005.
i. The official transcripts
ii. Detailed syllabi(Credit Value, Level, detailed course content, learning outcomes/objective and indicative learning resources)
iii. An official letter from the previous institution
iv. All documents mentioned in the admission requirements (High School certificates/Bachelor Degree)
v. Processing fee of AED 300/- (non-refundable) must be paid for evaluation .
In case the student cancels his admission before commencement of the classes, Application Fee is non-refundable / non-transferable, however First Installment Fee will be refunded. No refund is applicable after the commencement of the program even if the student has not attended the class or is yet to give TOEFL exam or result is still awaited.
If a student cancels before the commencement of the degree program the fee paid towards tuition (installments) will be refunded. However no refund is applicable for the First Installment fee. If a student cancels after the commencement of the degree program, any advanced installment paid will be non-refundable even if the student has not attended the class or is yet to give TOEFL exam or result is still awaited. If a visa is rejected by the Immigration and Naturalization authorities, the University will retain the application fee and AED 500/- as service charges and refund the remaining fee.
If a student cancels before the commencement of the degree program the fee paid towards tuition (installments) will not be refunded. If a student cancels after the commencement of the degree program, any advanced installment paid will be non-refundable. If a visa is rejected by the Immigration and Naturalization authorities, the University will retain the first installment fee and refund the remaining fees.