It is the University policy to welcome candidates of all backgrounds – age, gender, region etc., who have the ability and motivation to benefit from their intended programs. Mature students whose education was interrupted by the war or who want to pursue a new carrier or upgrade their knowledge are as welcome as young students straight from secondary schools.
All schemes of study, whether they are degree or non degree courses, offered by the University shall specify the requirements of entry to each in terms of:
(a) standard certificated qualifications
(b) pass mark thresholds
(d) skills, and competence
(e) standard of English Language or other language competence
(f) numeracy skills
(g) supporting documents (for example transcripts, certificates etc.)
Applicants for undergraduate degree programs from national and international recognised secondary schools shall be required to:
a) provide a secondary school leavers certificate or equivalent and transcript
b) have achieved an average pass mark of at least B grade or equivalent
d) pass the University’s entrance examination.
Other applicants, including mature students who might have lost their documents during the war, shall be interviewed and/or tested to establish the level of previous education attained. They shall be also required to sit for and pass the University’s entrance examination. If there are more candidates than places available, those with the highest pass mark in the entrance examination shall have preference.
For students who transfer from accredited national and international institutions, the University shall recognise subjects credits earned in these institutions subject to verification of the authenticity of documents provided.
Prospective students can pick up applications from the registrar’s office on campus or can apply on-line. Click here for an application form.
For further information about applications you can contact the Registry here.
The Academic year is divided into two semesters of 20 weeks, divided by a short winter break of two weeks and a long summer break (term) of 10 weeks. The start and end dates of each semester may vary from year to year. For the 2014/15 academic year, the Academic Timetable is as follows: