Admission and registration system

 


Article 1:


The study system at the Arab University for Science and Technology is based on a regular-time credit hour system. The student must pass all the courses of the study plan to graduate from the college, regardless of the minimum period the student spends at the university.
A student transferring from a public or private university or a technical institute can also be accepted, and similar courses are modified and exempted from them in the Arab Private University for Science and Technology through the instructions governing the transfer and change of registration. The applicant must also ensure that he fulfills the requirements of the college he wishes to join, which are: Faculty of Dentistry, Faculty of Pharmacy, Faculty of Informatics Engineering, Faculty of Architecture, Faculty of Chemical Industries Engineering, Faculty of Petroleum Industries Engineering, Faculty of Translation and Languages. The registration period at the university begins according to the dates shown in the university calendar, and the student is considered registered after signing the registration form and paying all the required fees. The Arab University for Science and Technology is subject to the decisions of the Ministry of Higher Education. regulating the admission and registration processes so that the student has to submit some administrative documents to certify his admission.


Article 2:


The admission rates for holders of the Syrian high school diploma are determined after the cancellation of the mark of the religious education subject and choosing one of the two languages (English or French for high school) and based on the decisions of the Higher Education Council related to determining the admission rates at the university.

 

Article 3:


Admission provisions for students with a Syrian high school diploma:
1- Admission to the Arab League takes place according to a comparison that takes place between applicants in each faculty or program.
2- The university may set additional criteria for admission after being approved by the Higher Education Council at the beginning of each academic year.
3- The high school diploma is required to be consistent with the program in which the student wishes to enroll, according to the principles approved by the Higher Education Council.
4. Holders of a high school diploma who are admitted to the Faculties of Engineering and Computer Science are required to take restoration courses for mathematics and physics, and the Arab University is committed to providing the Ministry of Higher Education with a restoration plan for each secondary school that includes the courses and the number of hours. The restoration process is carried out at the university expense. These hours are not counted among the program hours and are not included in the average calculation.
5. Students wishing to be admitted to the Architectural Engineering major are subject to an admission test conducted by committees formed by the rector of the university from among the faculty members of the Arab Private University, and the Minister may designate a representative of the Ministry within these committees from among the faculty members in public universities. The admission shall take into account the relevant rules issued by the Higher Education Council.
6- The applicant should provide the Directorate of Admission and Registration with the following documents:


A- The original secondary school (for Ministry of Education scholarship students only).
B- Four copies of the Syrian high school diploma certified by the Ministry of Education.
C- A copy of the personal identity card (or a population registration).
D- A copy of the passport (if available).
C- Six recent personal photos.
H- A university enrollment application signed by the student, the Admission Department, and the Accounting Department.
G- A copy of the military service book showing the conscription section and the conscription number.
D- In the event of a transfer, the certificate and the duly attested transcript of marks are required with the description and vocabulary of the subjects from the university or institute from which he is transferred.

 

Article 4:

 

Admission provisions for non-Syrian government high school diploma students
A percentage of students not exceeding 40% of the seats allocated to each program are accepted for non-Syrian high school diploma holders, and a comparison is made between them without a deduction from the average. As for those admitted outside this percentage, the rate is calculated according to the principles approved by the Ministry of Higher Education, especially the Higher Education Council Resolution No. 268 of 2009. Accepted students should provide the Directorate of Admission and Registration with the following documents:

1.The original document of the secondary certificate (certified by the Ministries of Education and Foreign Affairs in the country from which the secondary school was issued, then the Syrian embassy in that country, then the Syrian Foreign Ministry), and translated into Arabic if it was issued in a foreign language.
2- Four certified copies of the secondary school (certified by the Syrian Foreign Ministry ).
3- The original document of the preparatory stage certificate or its equivalent (the ninth - basic education - third intermediate - first secondary for the State of Kuwait (duly certified).
4- Two certified copies of the preparatory certificate or its equivalent (the ninth).
5- A copy of the identity card (or the registration of the population) and a copy of the passport (if any).
6- Six recent personal photos.


Article 5:


Admission provisions for students who have obtained a foreign high school diploma from the home country or a foreign high school diploma from an Arab country.
The provisions of Article 4 of the admission and registration controls apply to them and they must provide the Directorate of Admission and Registration with the following documents:
1. The original document of the High School Diploma (duly certified and translated), certified by the Ministries of Education and Foreign Affairs in the country from which the secondary school was issued, then the Syrian embassy in that country, and the Syrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
2- Two certified and translated copies of the secondary school certificate.
3.A transcript of the original high school grades (certified by the Ministries of Education and Foreign Affairs in the country that issued it, then the Syrian embassy in that country, then the Syrian Foreign Ministry).
4- Four certified copies of the secondary school (to be attested by the Syrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs ).
5.An original copy of the eleventh grade transcript, duly certified and translated.
6- Two certified and translated copies of the eleventh grade transcript.
7- An original copy of the tenth grade transcript, duly certified and translated.
8- Two certified and translated copies of the tenth grade transcript.
9.A middle school certificate or its equivalent, duly certified and translated (for the country that issues this certificate).
10- Three certified and translated copies of the ninth grade transcript.
11- The equivalence issued by the Ministry of Education in the country of secondary school origin, duly certified (if it was issued by an Arab country only).
12- Two certified copies of the equivalence of tie.
13- A document proving the possibility of equivalence of the international certificate.
14- A copy of the identity card (or the registration of the population) and a copy of the passport.
15- Six recent personal photos.
16- A university enrollment request should be signed by the student, the Admission Department, and the Accounting Department.

 

Article 6:



Admission provisions for students with a high school diploma issued by the Pakistani School in Damascus
The provisions of Article 4 of the admission and registration will be applied to them and they must provide the Directorate of Admission and Registration with the following documents:
1- The original secondary school certificate “IGCSE” (duly certified by the University of Cambridge - British Foreign - the Syrian Embassy in London - the Syrian Foreign Ministry).
2- The original secondary school certificate “GCE” or “AS LEVEL” (two courses at least duly certified by the British Foreign Office - the Syrian Embassy in London, and the Syrian Foreign Ministry) and a number of advanced level subjects according to the instructions issued by the Syrian Ministry of Education.
3- Four certified copies of the original IGCSE certificate.
4- Four certified copies of the original secondary certificate “GCE” or AS LEVEL.
5- The original copy of the grade-scales of the ninth and tenth grades, duly certified and translated into Arabic.
6-Two certified copies of my ninth and tenth grade transcripts, duly certified and translated into Arabic.
7- A copy of the identity card or the registration of the population (and a copy of the passport, if any).
8- Six recent personal photos.
9- A university enrollment request should be signed by the student, the Admission Department, and the Accounting Department.

 

Article 7:


General Provisions:
1.Every student who holds another secondary school than Syria must modify his secondary school in the Ministry of Education after confirming the validity of the information contained in and this procedure is carried out by the university, and his registration during this period is considered conditional pending the issuance of the equivalence decision is issued by the Ministry of Education. And in the event of a decision issued by the Ministry of Education not to equate it, the student’s registration shall be canceled from the university, and then conditional registration is the responsibility of the student.
2. Students who obtained a foreign high school or a foreign secondary school from an Arab country and who obtained a high school from the Pakistani school and until their high school diploma is equalized, they are subject to the Syrian Ministry of Education to an Arabic language examination of sufficient level (reading, writing and speaking) if they hold a foreign nationality. In addition to an exam (Arabic language - nationalism - history - geography) from the Syrian high school level if their nationality is Syrian.

 

Article 8:

 
Provisions for transferring to the Arab University for Science and Technology from another university
Syrian and non-Syrian students registered in Syrian and non-Syrian universities (governmental and private) may transfer to similar majors at the Arab Private University for Science and Technology in accordance with the similar transfer provisions issued by the Ministry of Higher Education, and in accordance with the following conditions:

A- From a university other than Syria
1. The university in which they study must be approved and recognized in the country of study and in the Syrian Arab Republic.
2. The student’s average mustn’t be less than 10% of the specified rates approved by the Higher Education Council, taking into account the 8-month residency requirement, and that the rate is in no way less than 50%.
3. The student has been transferred or passed to the second year at the university from which he wishes to transfer if the university adopts the annual or semester system. Or has passed at least 25 credit hours in case the university adopts the credit hour system.
4. If the student achieves the required rate in the year of transfer, then he is entitled to transfer without regard to the number of hours that he has completed, taking into account the residency requirement.
5. To obtain the prior approval of the Ministry of Higher Education after verifying the duration of residency, provided that it is not less than eight months in each academic year.
6. He should not be dismissed from the university he wanted to transfer from because of the disciplinary dismissal.

B- From a Syrian governmental or private university:
1 - The student have to fulfill the requirement for the average in the secondary certificate in the year of admission.
2- The student have to study for a period of not less than one semester at the university which he transferred from.
3- He mustn’t be dismissed from the university to be transferred from by a disciplinary dismissal.

 

Article 9:


Provisions for transferring to another college within the university or transferring from one major to another
A student who is registered at the university may change the college or major in which he is registered if the following conditions are met:
1.Availability of vacancies in relation to the number of students in the specialty transferred to.
2- He must have a high school diploma, which entitles him to enroll in the new major.
3- To pass successfully the admission tests for the new specialty.
4-To fulfill the additional conditions required of new students in the specialty.
5- It is not allowed to increase the exemption 50% of the decisions of the plan in the specialization to which the registration is to be changed.
6- When equating the courses, the course from which the student is exempted must have the same name and scientific content in the plan of the program which needed to transfer to it, with the student retaining his mark.

 


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