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Bachelor Degree Granting Regulations

Admission
Admission General Requirements:

  1. The applicant shall hold the Bahraini General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) certified by the Ministry of Education. In case of holding a non-Bahraini GCSE, the certificate must be recognized by the Bahraini Ministry of Education.
  2. The desired major shall be matching the GCSE.
  3. The applicant shall present the required documents:
    • Original or copy of GCSE or an equivalent thereof and the transcript shall be certified by Bahraini Ministry of Education.
    • A copy of the Identity Card.
    • A copy of a valid passport.
    • Three modern recent, colored, personal photos.
    • Application and University ID card fees.
  4. To pass the admission exams set by the University.
    Requirements were modified by virtue of the University Council resolution as per Higher Education Institutions regulations issued on 11 October, 2007.

Applicants for the Faculty of Fine Arts shall meet the following requirements:

  1. To pass art exam in order to measure student artistic ability to recognize proportion and dimensions, and their visual memory capacity by using pencils of different grades.
  2. To pass decorative design exam in order to measure student abilities to abstract, summarize and simplify through using the colors s/he is good at.
  3. To conduct an interview to test the student's ability to recognize colors to make sure s/he does not have Chromatic blindness.
  4. Talented students shall be observed necessarily in admission.
  5. Items stipulated in Article (3-2) shall not be applied to students admitted to the University before approving these regulations.

Admission Procedures

  1. Prospective students who are interested in the university may apply for admission to one of the available programs before the beginning of each semester.
  2. Student fills the application and s/he is responsible for the integrity of the information filled in it.
  3. Applications transferred to faculties admission committees for processing and qualifying the applications according to seats availability that comply with the teacher-to-student ratio.
  4. New students must sit in the admission examinations set by the faculties according to their department admission policy approved by the University Council.

Placement tests
The admitted students shall take English, Arabic and computer placement tests.

  1. If a student's gets (90%) or more in computer exam, s/he shall be exempted from taking the computer course (1).
  2. If a student gets (90% and less than 95%) in English language exam, s/he shall be exempted from taking English course (1).
  3. If a student gets (90% and less than 95%) in Arabic language exam, s/he shall be exempted from taking Arabic course (1).
  4. If a student gets (95%) or more in Arabic language exam, s/he shall be exempted from taking Arabic language courses (1, 2).
  5. If student got (95%) or more in English language exam, s/he will be exempted from studying the English language courses (1, 2).
  6. If a student gets less than (90%) in any placement test, s/he shall study these courses within his academic plan.
  7. The Council shall determine admission and placement tests fees.

University Card
Each student shall have a university card to identify his/her personality and s/he shall be prepared to present it at all times, especially during the exams.

Academic Plan
University shall follow curricula system (Credit Hours) to perform its Academic Programs:
The system specifies the number of academic units as per the allocated credit hours that a student has to complete in order to get a degree from an academic department according to the regulations stipulated herein. A student has the freedom to choose the courses s/he is in need of according to his/her prior requirement with the guidance of his/her academic advisor as per the number of credit hours for each separate.

Bachelor Degree Awarding Requirements
Bachelor Degree is awarded in specializations determined by the faculties when s/he successfully completes the required credit hours as follow:
Faculty Name Credit Hours:

Faculty Name

Credit Hours

Faculty of Administrative and Financial Sciences

One hundred thirty two (132) credit hours

Faculty of Information Technology

One hundred thirty two (132) credit hours

Faculty of Law

One hundred thirty two (132) credit hours

Faculty of Arts

One hundred thirty two (132) credit hours

Faculty of Education

One hundred thirty two (132) credit hours

Faculty of Fine Arts

One hundred thirty two (132) credit hours

Faculty of Science

One hundred thirty two (132) credit hours

University Council shall determine the academic plans to ward the Bachelor degree within the specializations determined by faculties upon recommendations of faculties and departments' councils.

Academic Plan
The required Academic Plan Credit Hours for awarding the Bachelor Degree in all specializations shall be allocated as follow:

  1. University mandatory requirements: 21 credit hours.
  2. Optional university requirements: 6 credit hours.
  3. Mandatory faculty requirements: 21 credit hours.
  4. Mandatory specialization requirements: (72-75) credit hours.
  5. Optional specialization requirements: (9-12) credit hours.
  6. As stated in the credit academic plan of each program, the total credit hours of each program shall be 132 credit hours.
  • To set an outline for each course, its contents and its outputs in order to fit the number of specified credit hours.
  • To classify courses within the academic plan into four levels according to the set years order in order to complete programs.
  • Previous or current requirements of each course shall be determined.
  • Number of credit, theoretical and practical hours assigned to each course shall be mentioned before each course.
  • A Student shall not proceed with any course before studying its previous requirement, unless otherwise approved by the faculty dean, or by virtue of recommendations of academic department and suggestion of academic guide.
  • Each course shall be given a symbol referring to the academic department which it is studied in.

Study Period and Academic Load
The Academic Year shall be two obligatory semesters, each one shall be 15-16 weeks including final exams and an optional summer semester which shall be 8 weeks.

  1. To hold the bachelor degree, the student must study not more than 8 academic years.
  2. Maximum and minimum academic load of the bachelor degree student shall be 12 - 18 credit hours for each semester. In case of justifying, student load may be less than 12 credit hours by virtue of faculty council concerned approval.
  3. Student may study 3 additional credit hours, if his/her GPA was more than (A) (or equivalent) in purpose of graduation.
  4. Maximum academic load shall be 9 credit hours in summer semester and may be 3 additional credit hours on purpose of graduation.

Attendance and Absence

  1. All students must attend all lectures in their scheduled time. The University follows strict policy towards attendance.
  2. If student absence exceeded 15% of limited hours of any course without excuse, he/she shall be obligatory Withdrawn )excluded) from this course and become fail unless he/she had not withdrawn from course during allowed withdraw period according to university calendar. Professor must hand the form to head of the department to inform the same to the dean in order for notifying administration in writing.
  3. If student absence exceeded 15% with acceptable excuse, he/she shall be allowed to continue. Absence rate must not exceed (20%). if he/she exceeded (20%) with excuse, he/she shall be obligatory withdrawn from this course and became withdrawn. Professor must hand the form to head of the department to inform the same to the dean in order for notifying administration in writing.
  4. If student absence exceed 25% of total attendance in any semester, study in this semester will be automatically postponed. Semester period will be determined according to maximum of allowed study period in university to hold bachelor degree.
  5. Medical excuses issued by governmental hospitals and healthy centers shall be accepted to the dean provided that to be original and sealed by the official seal. Student should present these excuses to faculty deanship.
  6. Human Justifications will be accepted to the faculty deanship concerned. And hereby he/she is entitled to have executed leave 3 days in case of dieing any relatives provided that to present what proof.
  7. Student shall be given marriage leave 3 days and engagement leave only one day for one time during his/her study.
  8. Excuses for completing judiciary procedures shall be deemed acceptable for faculty deanship concerned. Student must check faculty deanship before appearance to judiciary, court or police stations and he/she must present papers to count absence hours with excuse.
  9. Unless student has not previous approval of faculty deanship, Traveling abroad shall not be accepted excuse.

Students Academic Record

  1. It shall involve all courses finished by the student, along with their codes, numbers and numbers of associated credit hours. Also it shall involve all grades, codes and identification thereof. the record shall also contain the cumulative and term grades, in addition to syllabuses cancelled for transfer students.
  2. Students shall receive a copy of their academic record at the end of each semester. No partial issuance shall be allowed for such copies, they should cover the student's academic life within the university from the date of admission to date of issuance.
  3. Information contained within the record shall be held confidential and accurate. In case there are any doubt concerning its accuracy, the administration should be informed immediately.
  4. Backup copies of students academic records should be kept inside and outside the university within a comprehensive database.

Exams, Grades, and Procedures for End of Term and Final Exams
Regulations for tests and exams:
Marks distribution:
Marks of bachelor syllabuses exams shall be distributed as follows:

  1. 30% end of term examination 
  2.  10% attendance and participation.
  3. 10% quizzes, troubleshooting, and study case.
  4. 50% final exam.
    Total marks: 100%
    The distribution above may be changed according to the nature of specific syllabuses upon obtaining recommendations of department council, faculty council, and the university council.

Procedures and Rules of Test and Exams within the University
End of Terms Exams
Faculties deanship shall be responsible for the arrangements required for end of term exams, subject to the following:

  1. End of term exam shall be conducted within the seventh, eighth, or ninth week of each term, including conflicts examinations.
  2. End of term exams, in anyone case, shouldn't result in interruption of other syllabuses not included therein.
  3. Assuring that there are more than one exam model to avoid over-crowdedness and insure the safety of examination process.
  4. Time specified for the exam shall be as the same as the time dedicated for one lecture of lectures approved within the time table.
  5. Deanships shall prepare detailed reports about end term exam progress and results and submit the same to university presidency.
  6. In case student absented himself from exam with a good excuse accepted from the part of the dean, another appointment shall be held for him during the same semester in coordination with the administration and the concerned lecturer. If the excuse was rejected, s/he shall get the Zero mark in that exam.

Final Exams
Final exams central system shall be as follows:

  1. Study is to be suspended 3 days before the date of final exams, the period which to be used for students with special excuses.
  2. The Central Examination Committee (CEC) shall prepare necessary material and humanitarian resources, along with protection and confidentiality measures.
  3. The university shall provide photocopy machines for exams purposes. Each entity shall follow up the process of choosing the proper questions within the examination models, and compiling the same inside special envelopes. Number of absent students and envelopes required shall be determined in coordination with the central CEC chairman, To be delivered to deanships within 48 hours before the exam. CEC shall follow up this matter with the deanships on daily basis till the exams end.
  4. CEC shall deliver examination books to the concerned academic staff member every day after filling in the form designed for that purpose.
  5. Final examination time shall be two (2) hours for each.
  6. Marks distribution of practical syllabus in whole or in part shall be determined by faculty council upon recommendations of the competent department council.
  • Failing to attend any final exam of any course should be for good excuse accepted from the part of the dean. Student shall submit the excuse within Seventy-Two (72) hours from the date of the exam otherwise s/he shall be considered failed in such course and shall receive the mark (F).
  • In case the excuse was accepted, result shall be incomplete (IN) as showed in his/herself academic record. Student shall remove such mark with a period not exceeding one month from the beginning of the next term. If the students failed to do so, s/he shall be considered failed and shall receive the mark (F).

Selecting questions of tests and exams shall be as per the following:

  1. Accuracy, objectiveness, and quality standards approved within the university.
  2. Selecting questions according to learning and educational output rule approved for each course.
  3. Distributing marks on questions at examination models.

Examination Model Preparation
The academic staff member shall insure the confidentiality of all questions in coordination with the head of department and the dean of the faculty. S/he shall be responsible for printing, photocopying, packaging and storing according to the following rules:

  1. Questions shall be printed and photocopied by the concerned lecturer who shall deliver the same to examination committee chairman after filling in the form designed for that purpose.
  2. EC shall keep the original questions models along with all copies thereof in a closed envelope within safe place.
  3. Lecturer shall do all aforementioned steps by himself, and may not assign anyone else to do so without the approval of the head of the department in very critical situations.
  4. Examination books shall be returned bake to students after being marked within maximum period of 7 days from date of end of term exams.
  5. No examination books shall be returned back to students in final exams.
  6. The concerned lecturer shall deliver a list of results of end of term exam accompanied with the yearly performance score to the head of the department at least one week before the date set for the final exam.
  7. Faculties shall inform the academic staff members with the dates in which they should deliver questions of courses they teach to the EC and the concerned entities responsible for receiving the questions, and how this is done. Also how they are opened at the pre-stated times, and the supervision provided by the lecturer on the aforesaid.
  8. No envelopes may be opened, nor questions models may be distributed on students before the time scheduled for the examination even if it was by just one minute.
  9. Faculty shall develop written rules stating procedures for distributing students answer books and dates of receiving the same from the lecturer after getting marked.

The academic staff members shall advise students and EC with the tools available for use during the exam (e.g., calculator, dictionary, engineering tools...etc.) in the final exam, provided to be mentioned at the back of the questions model.

Regulations for students entry to final exam room:

  1. Each student shall be required to show his/her permanent or temporary university card issued by the administration when entering the exam room.
  2. Each student shall bring his/her own tools, including pens, pencils, rulers, rubbers...etc. Nothing of the aforementioned shall be borrowed or lent during the exam.
  3. Students shall commit themselves to attending at the pre-determined times. It is recommended to be at the examination room 10 minutes before the exams begin.
  4. Students shall write down their names, reference numbers and the required data in the suitable placed at the answering book.
  5. Students shall not be entitled to enter the examination room 30 minutes after the beginning of the exam. Also they shall not be entitled to go out unless after 30 minutes from the beginning of the exam.
  6. No books, revision papers, or any other documents related to the exam may be entered Within the examination room.

Scoring

  1. The member of the academic staff shall check and correct the examination books after receipt within (72) hours from the date of final exam of such course. Deanships shall follow up the proper execution of this task.
  2. The academic staff member shall score students results as per the transcripts designed for such purpose by the administration in 3 copies.
  3. The results of end of term exams shall be announced directly by the academic staff member upon the revision made by the head of the department. Exams results and the ideal answers shall be discussed with the students. Students should be acquainted with their levels through the implementation of specific statistical indicators as the arithmetic average or otherwise.
  4. The (20%) yearly performance scoring shall be announced directly by the academic staff member upon the revision made by the head of the department and before the date set for the final exams.
  5. Final results transcripts shall be exposed for discussion on the department council, then they shall be reported to the faculty council to give its recommendations to the university council to approve the same in order that to be announced for the students.

Results Electronic Entry
The administration shall, in coordination with IT section, approve the following mechanism of scoring:

  1. Each member of the academic staff shall be provided with user name and password to log in the central scoring system, and shall adhere himself to the courses he teaches only.
  2. Final results shall be entered according to the 4 considerations mentioned in Article 12/1 of this article directly by the member of the academic staff, a copy of which shall be kept by faculties deanships. The original copy of such detailed transcripts shall be delivered to the administration.
  3. Scores of end of term exam and the yearly performance scoring should be entered in the central system within suitable period of time before the final exam.

Approving and Announcement of Final Exam Results
The administration shall announce results of the final exams after obtaining the approval of the university council on the final results transcripts submitted by the faculties councils.
Each member of the academic staff shall use the KPI approved by the university.

Reviewing the Results of Final Exams
Results of final exams shall be reviewed as follows:

  1. The student shall fill in the form designed for that purpose during the specified period according to university calendar. 
  2. The concerned professor shall review the examination book in the presence of the concerned head of department. Any error shall be corrected along with these reasons beyond such corrections, if any, shall be mentioned in the form designed for that purpose.
  3. The student may not review his results in the final exam after performing the aforesaid revision. The resolution taken upon the first revision shall be final.

The Period Specified for Keeping Examination Books
Final examination books shall be kept at the concerned deanship for two (2) semesters for reference, then they shall be duly disposed of.

The University uses the following course grading system:

Grade

Grade Point

Percentage

A

A

4.00

90% and above

A-

A-

3.66

Less than 85 out of 90

B+

B+

3.33

Less than 80 out of 85

B

B

3.00

Less than 75 out of 80

B-

B-

2.66

Less than 70 out of 75

C+

C+

2.33

Less than 65 out of 70

C

C

2.00

Less than 60 out of 65

C-

C-

1.66

Less than 56 out of 60

D+

D+

1.33

Less than 53 out of 56

D

D

1.00

Less than 50 out of 53

F

F

0

Less than 50

IN

IN

-

=

W

W

-

=

Withdraw Fail

Withdraw Fail

-

=

WF=Withdraw Fail

ER=Exempted

IN=Incomplete

W=Withdraw

P=Pass

Withdraw Fail

 

Exempted

(course equivalency)

Incomplete

Withdrawn

Passed

The University uses the following grading system for cumulative GPA:

Grade Point

Grade in Words

3.4 – 4.0

Excellent

Less than 2.8 out of 3.4

Very Good

Less than 2.4 out of 2.8

Good

Less than 2.0 out of 2.4

Fair

Exam Cheating
Students shall be punished by getting a zero if caught cheating in mid-semester exam, if caught cheating in a final exam, they shall get zero overall in that course.

Procedures for Handling Exam Cheating Cases:

  1. If the examiner caught a student cheating, s/he shall keep the seizures and call Examination Committee Head or who represents him/her immediately to write a report of the cheating case.
  2. If the student's gestures suggest that s/he is hiding unauthorized material during the exam, the examiner may inspect him/her outside the examination room under the supervision of the Examination Committee Head or who represents him/her to ensure that procedures are conducted properly.
  3. The Examination Committee Head shall put the cheating student's answer sheets in a closed envelope with a note.
  4. The Examination Committee Head shall write a report if the student tear his/her answer sheet. The report shall be signed by the examiners concerned and commented on by the Examination Committee Head. The report and the torn answer sheet shall be attached with other cheating reports.
  5. Students shall not be inspected inside examination rooms and shall be inspected only before their entrance if necessary. Examiners shall not be assigned to investigate the violations that take place during the exams so that their absence would not affect work progress negatively.
  6. If any cheating material or tool; such as cell phones or others, is found, it shall be seized and returned to the student after the exam or after being checked, and the data thereof taken and reported.
  • If the student misbehaves while being caught, s/he shall be referred to the concerned faculty disciplinary committee to investigate the issue, listen to the witnesses, view the data and submit its recommendation to the Examination Committee Head who will submit it to the Council. The Council shall impose one punishment or more from the ones mentioned herein.
  • If the student does not appear before the investigation committee even though s/he has been notified, s/he shall be judged in absence. If it is proven that s/he refused to receive the notification, or if it has been on the bulletin board at least three days prior to the investigation date, s/he shall be judged in presence.

Awarding Honors Degree
Students shall be awarded honors degree upon graduation as per the following:

  1. Students who earned at least 3.66 grade point average.
  2. Students who did not get a grade less than B in any course during his/her study at the University.
  3. Students who never received disciplinary action.

Graduation Requirements and Conditions
Requirements of awarding bachelor degree:

  1. Passing all the courses required in the study plan.
  2. Earning cumulative GPA of at least 2.0.
  3. Study period for bachelor degree shall not be less than 3 years.
  4. Transfer credit hours of transfer students shall not be more than 66%.

Academic Advising
Students shall be distributed among advisors from their academic staff. The advisor shall assist students to choose their courses, monitor students' academic attainment and assist them to overcome the difficulties that they face during the study. They shall also pay attention to students on academic probation. (As stipulated in the University academic advising brochure).

Non-academic Advising
The University offers students non-academic advising; such as counseling. Female and male advisors shall provide advice to students via a work mechanism determined in collaboration with the Deanship of Student Affairs.

Students on Academic Probation
Students whose overall grade point average falls below 2.0 in any semester (other than the first semester and Summer Semester) are placed on first academic warning and probation. Students shall work harder during the following semester to have the academic warning cleared.

Students on academic warning shall be subject to the following procedures:

  1. The maximum study load of students on academic warning shall be 12 credit hours. It may be raised to 15 credit hours upon the department recommendation and in coordination with the administration if that will enable the student to graduate in the same semester. The maximum study load may be increased to 13 credit hours if there's a course in the student's study plan that equals one credit hour for that semester.
  2. Students on academic warning shall register by the help of their advisors. They shall not be allowed to register online.
  3. Students on academic warning shall retake the mandatory courses they failed within two semesters thereafter. They may be asked to retake the mandatory or the elective courses in which they earned a grade point average below 2.0 if their advisor recommended so.

Students shall be placed on second academic warning if they failed to have their first academic warning cleared during the following semester.

If a student has two warnings and his/her GPA is 2.8 or more, s/he has the following options:

  1. To continue studying in the same academic program for another two semesters after the semester
    in which s/he was placed on the second academic warning.
  2. To change his/her major for the required courses. His/her GPA shall be added to his/her new major after admission. If the student's cumulative GPA in the new major is 2.0 or more, the warning shall be cleared. Otherwise s/he shall remain on probation.
  • If the student has two warnings and his/her GPA is below 1.8, s/he shall take two semesters after the second warning semester. If s/he earned 1.8 GPA or more in the first of the two semesters, Article 19-1 shall be applied to him/her. If the student can't have the two the warnings cleared, s/he shall be placed on academic dismissal and entitled to transfer to apply for joining another department. Some courses shall be added to his/her new faculty plan.
  • In all cases, if a student earns 2.5 GPA in the last warning semester and can not raise it, s/he shall have the chance to study another semester and raise his/her GPA. Otherwise, s/he shall be dismissed from the University.

University Dismissal
Students shall be dismissed in the following cases:

  • If students earned a GPA below (1.0) in any semester expect their first semester and Summer Semester.
  • If their GPA remained below 1.8 after the period given to them for raising their GPA as herein stipulated in Article 19-3 of Article 19.
    Article 20 shall not apply to students who complete 90 credit hours from his/her academic plan successfully. S/he shall register in courses by the help of their academic advisors.
  • If a student was proven guilty of counterfeiting some documents, or of being a fraud accomplice or using a counterfeiter, s/he shall be referred to a court of justice if necessary.
  • If a student impersonated another to take the exam for him/her, or let someone else do that, the University is entitled to refer him/her to a court of justice.

Grade Completion
If a student gets incomplete (IN) for a grade in some courses, his/her cumulative grade point average shall be calculated when all grades get completed. The GPA shall be calculated as from the date on which the student got incomplete and was placed on probation or dismissal.

Add and drop and withdrawal
Students may change their academic schedule by adding or dropping some courses during the period specified for that purpose on the academic calendar.

  1. Students are allowed to add and drop a course or more during the add and drop period. The dropped courses shall not be documented in their academic register. The minimum and maximum study load shall be matching these regulations.
  2. Students may withdraw upon the academic advisor's approval from a course or more according to the academic calendar in any semester; provided that they have not exceeded the absence rate without an acceptable excuse. In this case the course shall be documented in their registers and they shall get W without fail. The course shall not be included in the credit hours regardless of success, failure and graduation requirements. If students do not withdraw during the specified period, the course instructor shall document their results in the marks sheet.

Withdrawal from Semester

  • If a student withdraws from all the courses s/he registered in before the end of the withdrawal period specified in the academic calendar during any semester except for the first semester as per the regulations herein stipulated, his/her study shall be considered postponed legally and this semester shall be included in the postponement period.
  • If a student wants to withdraw from a semester after the period specified in the academic calendar, s/he shall get the approval of the academic advisor and the department and faculty councils concerned. His / Her study shall be postponed and the semester shall be included in the allowed postponement period.
    Student's registration shall be cancelled in any semester if s/he does not pay the due fees in due date. The course shall be considered legally postponed and included in the allowed postponement period.

Postponement and Dropouts

  1. Students may postpone their study periods at the University for a period of consecutive or nonconsecutive 2 years.
  2. Students may request postponing their study for 7 days at most as from the semester beginning. The Dean shall notify the head of the department concerned, Dean of Student Affairs and the director with his/her decision in writing.
  3. The postponement period shall not be included in the maximum study period as herein stipulated in Item 1 of Article 9 as the student is not attending classes.
  4. The postponement period shall not be included in the maximum study period for graduation nor for the purpose of clearing the academic probation.

Reinstatement
Students on academic dismissal may be reinstated by submitting requests to the administration before the end of the desired semester add and drop period. In this case, students shall keep their full academic register provided that they shouldn't be dropped out for more than five years.

Transferring
Transferring from a University program to another shall be as follows:
Transfer requests shall be presented to the administration before the beginning of semester exams. The faculty council concerned shall conclude such requests within a week at most before the beginning of the following semester as per the following conditions:

  1. Students can transfer from a University department to another only twice.
  2. If more than twice, the University Council shall study their transfer cases.
  3. Students would not have been dismissed from the department to which they want to move.
  4. There should be a major vacancy in the desired department.

Transferring from a University to Another
Students shall be allowed to transfer from other universities to the University if there are vacancies as per the following conditions:

  1. To meet all the University admission requirements in force.
  2. Transfer credit hours shall not be more than 66% (two thirds of the required hours) of the bachelor degree study period.
  3. The bachelor degree minimum study period after the transfer and attendance is two full semesters; i.e. not less than 30 credit hours.
  4. Courses graded with less than C shall not be considered.

Course Equivalency
Course Equivalency Requirements:

  1. The credit hours number of the courses that need to be equalized shall not be less than the credit hours number in Delmon University.
  2. More than one course shall be equalized.
  3. A Course shall not be equalized with more than one course.
  4. Student's success in a course shall be proven by original grade statement certified by his/her original university provided that his/her grade shall not be less than (C).
  5. Students enrolled in the University before the second semester of the academic year 2007/2008 should only pass the course that needs to be equalized.
  6. To present a description of the courses taken by the student in the university s/he transferred from.

Course Equivalency procedures:

  1. Students shall receive course equivalency application request from the department.
  2. Students shall fill the course equivalency application request attached with the marks statement original copy and the course description certified officially by the university s/he transferred from.
  3. Academic departments shall have application requests assessed by their competent committees.
  4. Head of the academic department and the faculty dean concerned shall certify course equivalency application requests to be officially certified by the administration.

Visiting Students
Approval Procedures of Obtaining Visiting Students Status:

Students who want to study as visiting students in another university recognized by the University shall have the dean's approval.
Approval requires submitting a request to study in another university along with the following documents:

  1. Required course content shall be described and certified from the hosting university competent authority and submitted to the department concerned.
  2. A letter shall be obtained from the director after the dean's approval to be sent to the hosting university.

Approval Regulations of Obtaining Visiting Students Status:

  1. Summer Semester is the only semester allowed for studying as a visiting student in another recognized university. The study period outside the University for visiting students shall not exceed 9 credit hours of his/her study period at Delmon University.
  2. Students should have finished at least one semester at the University before applying for study as a visiting student in another university.
  3. Students should not have been placed on academic warning in that semester.
  4. The course result and credit hours shall be calculated without the grade. Students are exempted from taking the equivalent course at the University provided that the grades thereof are not be less than C or any equivalent thereof.
  5. Students shall present to the department their certified results as required from the hosting university as soon as they obtain it.
    6. To meet any other conditions required by the Council.

Visiting students from other universities:
Visiting students are the students who attend their original university yet attend temporarily in another university to study specific courses in a certain semester.

Delmon Visiting Students Requirements:

  1. To be attending regular classes in his/her original university.
  2. To have a written approval from his/her original university to study specific courses.
  3. To register after the completion of the registration and the add and drop processes in the courses where there's a vacancy.

University Visiting Students Required Documents:

  1. An Approval letter forwarded to the University director from the original university competent authority that states his/her original university approval of taking the required courses.
  2. A copy of the student academic register certified by the competent authority in his/her original university.
  3. A copy of a valid passport.
  4. A copy of his/her original university I.D. card.

General Provisions for Visiting Students:

  1. Visiting students shall pay due study fees upon registration.
  2. Visiting Student's registration does not mean that s/he is being admitted at the University. The University shall not be bound to transfer him/her to it.
  3. Students register in the courses they would like to take as per certain regulations stated by the administration.
  4. If a visiting student committed any violations, the penalties herein stipulated shall be applied to him/her.
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