UnderGraduate

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ENROLLMENT SYSTEM

The student fills an application after passing high school exams or its equivalent with a GPA that is compatible with the stage he is applying. The application must be attached with an essay of 500 words in which the student writes about his vision, future and his reasons for applying for the university.
The applicant must be notified of the dates of aptitude tests, English placement test, computer and medical examinations and the tests of each faculty.
The applicant pays administrative fees in a maximum period of three days before the dates of the tests.
All applicants undergo the medical examination that determines the medical fitness of the major according to health standards of the faculties, the medical examination is conducted at approved centers or the medical administration of the university.
Applicants of Pharmacy, Engineering, Oral and Dental Medicine and Mass Communication, have an additional test for specialized skills in the field they are applying, with ensuring transparency and equal opportunities.
The faculty determines its aptitude tests, if any.
After passing the tests, a date for an interview that the student must pass is set.
The applicant must be notified that his papers are accepted. After that, the student must pay the enrollment fees (paid off once) and the fees of the first semester.
After paying the above-mentioned fees, the papers of the student are sent to the ministry in the stage that is compatible with his GPA according to the instructions of the ministry.
In case the student failed to meet any of the three stages that the ministry has identified, the student is considered unaccepted at the university.
Students, who failed the tests, must be notified that they are unaccepted right after announcing the results of the tests.
Accepted students must be notified of the final dates and procedures of registration after the result of the stage in which their papers were applied.
Applicants, whose acceptance test rates from 50% to 70%, are accepted in a qualifying class.
In this case, the applicant is accepted according to his result in high school, however, he is not allowed to register any academic programs, he is only permitted to register English, Computer, Logical Thinking programs for one semester with a total of 15 hours per week.
In case that the student did not pass any of the above-mentioned programs with minimum 70%, that allow him to register academic programs for the second semester, the student is committed to study the program again even twice, after that, the student is considered not qualified and he is not registered at the university.
After passing the above-mentioned programs, the student is allowed to register the academic programs of his faculty.
 

THE REQUIREMENTS OF MEDICAL FITNESS OF THE FACULTIES OF NAHDA UNIVERSITY

First: Faculty of Pharmacy and Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine:

1. The applicant must be able to use his hands and doesn't suffer from Parkinson's Syndrome.
2. The applicant must be sighted and does not suffer from Color Blindness disease.
3. The applicant must not have any communication obstacles with others
4. The applicant must pass the internal diseases examination, including being free of any infectious diseases.


Second: Faculty of Mass Communication:

1. The applicant must be good-looking. 2. The applicant must pass the internal diseases examination, including being free of any infectious diseases.
3. The applicant must be free of any defects of hearing, sight or pronunciation.
4. The applicant should have 70% in foreign languages at a minimum.


Third: Faculty of Engineering:

1. The applicant must be able to use his hands and doesn't suffer from Parkinson's Syndrome.
2. The applicant must be sighted and does not suffer from Color Blindness disease.
3. The applicant must pass the internal diseases examination, including being free of any infectious diseases.

A GENERAL CONDITION FOR ACCEPTANCE AT THE UNIVERSITY:

All applicants must pass the medical examinations of addiction with the approval of the guardian and the student and their approval of conducting a periodical addiction examination for a random sample of students at intervals during the years of the study.