Study System


Study system at the university
The university adopted the credit hour system as a study system for it, which is the system adopted in many international universities, and scientific agreements and partnerships with other universities locally, regionally and internationally are one of the most important reasons for choosing this system, which has many features that make it compatible with the times and gives learners a scientific breakthrough towards Constructive prospects.
The credit hour system is generally based on the existence of a number of courses, each consisting of a number of credit hours. The credit hour is defined as the hour taught on a weekly basis over a period of fourteen weeks, which is the duration of instruction in each semester.
To obtain a bachelor’s degree in a particular discipline, the student needs to successfully study a number of credit hours that form the study plan for that major.

The academic year consists of two semesters.
The first semester: Duration of 16-19 includes teaching, study and examinations.
The second semester: Duration of 16-19 includes teaching, study and examinations
Summer semester: is intended for students in the graduation year who have not passed all courses, and its duration ranges from 12-14 weeks

The student can choose the study system that he will study at the university, and this gives him the right to choose between direct education on campus and receiving study lectures directly, and virtual education via the university’s electronic platform, and the student receives study lectures online at specific hours according to the academic program, as he can During it, he communicates with his professor, and he can apply for examinations through an electronic program prepared for that, and there is open education as the student, after being officially registered at the university, receives his academic courses in addition to the means of explanation through written and audio-visual explanations, and the exam is optional, either through The online platform or a traditional exam on campus or online.

1- A student who is unable to pursue studies in a semester for reasons beyond his control may submit to the Head of the Student Affairs Department a request to suspend his studies (withdraw from all the courses in which he was registered) in the aforementioned semester, indicating the reasons for this.
2- To accept the application, it must be submitted before the end of the ninth week of the start of the semester, and that the tuition fees have been paid.
3- The suspension decision is issued by Student Affairs.
4- In this case, the financial regulations of the relevant university council, approved by the board of trustees, shall be applied.
5- The study suspension period is not counted from the upper limit of the registration period allowed to obtain the degree.

If the student withdraws from one or more courses, the university will return the fees to him if the withdrawal was within a week of his registration in the course, and if the withdrawal was in the second week, the university returns half the fee to him, but after this period the student is not entitled to recover the course fees.

1- Withdrawal from the university is based on a request submitted by the student to the Director of Student Affairs.
2- To accept the application, if it is submitted before the start of the semester, the student must be innocent of financial responsibility towards the university.
3- To accept the application, if it was submitted during the semester, and the student was registered in that semester, he must have paid the tuition fees for that semester, and he is not entitled to demand a refund of any part of it, and these fees are kept for him if he returns to the university during the same semester.
4- The Director of Student Affairs submits the application after his approval to the Vice President for Administrative Affairs for consideration for approval.
5- After approval of his application, the student is considered withdrawing from the university, and he is recorded next to his name in the university’s records (withdrawal from the university according to the application number… date…), and he gives his documents.
6- The student has the right to deny his request according to a new application submitted to the university presidency, and the approval of the university president is required for this request.

1- The student is considered to be cut off from studying in any semester when the registration requirements are not completed, and he may apply for registration in the next semester and then be subject to the requirements specified in this semester, and he must pay The prescribed semester registration fee in addition to the discontinuation fee for the previous semester specified from Accepted by the University Board and approved by the Board of Trustees.
2- The student’s registration is suspended in the following cases:
a. If he stops studying for two consecutive semesters.
B – Exceeding the maximum period of stay in the study approved by the University Board of Trustees.
C- If a decision was issued to permanently dismiss him from the university for various reasons (showing forged documents, exceeding the limit of final academic warnings, violations that justify dismissal from the university).
3- An enrolled student as a result of dropping out of study can re-register at the university and after the approval of the relevant university council, and he must absolve his previous financial responsibility towards the university (if any) and pay the semester fees. Fees determined by the University Council and approved by the Board of Trustees.
4- The decision to enroll the student and re-register him is issued by the University Council based on the proposal of the relevant College Board.