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ADMISSIONS
  • *** Administration office hours are 8am - 5pm
  • *** AUD ID cards for new students will be available in the Registrar’s Office starting Sunday, September 17, 2017
  • *** Fall 2017 semester starts September 04, 2017 and ends December 21, 2017
UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS
All students seeking undergraduate admission to the university must submit the following list of documents along with the completed Application for Undergraduate Admissions Kit.

This application can also be filled online: Apply Online.
 
 
The university reserves the right to evaluate the adequacy of all credentials submitted for admission. Furthermore, students are reminded that omission or falsification of information constitutes sufficient reason for rejection or dismissal. This dismissal, requiring the President’s approval, may occur at any time during a student’s residence at AUD; that is, upon discovery of the omission/falsification. All students seeking admission to the university must submit the following:
  • · A completed Application for Admission.
  • · An official high school/secondary school certificate or its equivalent as approved by the Ministry of Education and an official attested high school/secondary school transcript (academic record) covering the last three years and reflecting a good academic standard. (Required averages vary by school systems. Students should consult AUD’s Admissions Office for pertinent requirements.)
  • · High School Diploma, original to be verified. For British qualifications, the following standard applies to IGCSE/GCE: grade “C” or above. AS-level and A-level will also be considered with a minimum grade of “D”. A combination of seven subjects (O/AS/A) or four subjects (AS/A) is required. These subjects must cover at least four areas out of the following: Math, Languages, Sciences, Humanities/Social Sciences, Arts and Design.
  • Proof of completion of grade 11 is required for students applying with IGCSE subjects, reflected through the submission of the official high school transcripts to the admissions office. 
  • ​- High School Certificate Attestation- True copy of certificates should be attested by the appropriate authority as stated below: o Grade 12 transcripts obtained in the U.A.E. must be attested by the appropriate authority of the U.A.E. Ministry of Education following the referring educational zone. o High school diplomas and grade 12 transcripts obtained abroad must be attested by: 1. Ministry of Education of home country 2. Ministry of Foreign Affairs of home country 3. U.A.E. Embassy in home country OR 1. Ministry of Education of home country 2. Embassy of the country of study in the U.A.E. 3. U.A.E. Ministry of Foreign Affairs
 
  Equivalency letter is also required from the appropriate authority of the U.A.E. Ministry of Education following the referring educational zone for students who graduated from the U.A.E. or the U.A.E. Ministry of Education for students who graduated from outside the U.A.E..


For secondary school: graduates following the MOE and ADEC curricula, the below is required. The underlined is specifically for Engineering students.
  • Students from the General track: 90% Min. average in year 12 90% Min. in the Math and the scientific courses (Physics, Chemistry, Biology) Pass a preparatory course in Physics at the university. Any additional Admissions requirements set by the Admissions office Pass the National exams with the required score
  • Students from the Advanced track: Achieve the min. score required for acceptance in the university of choice Any additional Admissions requirements set by the Admissions office Pass the National exams with the required score.
  • Students from ADEC track: Pass the advanced math (level 3) and the advanced physics courses (level 3) in the High school. Achieve the min. score required for acceptance in the university of choice Any additional Admissions requirements set by the Admissions office Pass the National exams with the required score.

English Requirements: International TOEFL® IBT Min. 79 and 24 in the writing section or TOEFL PBT 550 overall and 4 in the writing section.  Academic IELTSTM with 6.5 overall and 6.5 in the writing section or EMSAT 1550-1650 overall and C1 in the writing section, or the equivalent score on another internationally-recognized exam (English). AUD’s international code for TOEFL® is 0063. PBT is accepted from specific centers in the U.A.E.. Students should consult with the Admissions Office for further details. 

Math Requirements: The university administers the ACCUPLACERTM Exam (Math) to place students in the appropriate Mathematics course. In all programs other than the Engineering Program and Architecture, students may substitute the SAT® for the Math placement provided they achieve the minimum score of 560 in Mathematics. AUD’s international code for SAT® is 2688. SAT® Reasoning Test Total Math Min. 560
  • · Two passport-size photographs, valid passport photocopy, visa validity page, and Emirates ID.
  • · Completed Health History Form. This form must be signed and stamped by a physician.


· Financial Requirements

 Non-refundable application fee of AED 200. A reservation deposit (non-refundable) of AED 5,000, which is fully applied toward tuition, is required upon acceptance for admission.
 
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