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Students’ Admission

The Universityof Bahri adopts four types of intakes in accordance with the Ministry of Higher Education regulations:

  1. National Intake.
  2. Self-Sponsored Intake (+Foreign+University degree holders)

 

1.   National intake

It is an admission organized by the General Administration for Admission of Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, on completion of admission applications by all candidates. The University obtains the per cents of students from the Ministry. Admission is based on merit and after selection, the lists of the eligible candidates are delivered to the Secretariat for Academic Affairs (SAA) in the respective universities. The SAA then distributes the list to various colleges.

2- Self-Sponsored Intake

The university allocates each year a number of seats for self-sponsored intake and this includes the sons, daughters and spouses of workers in the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research. Students admitted under this type of intake may have percentages less by no more than 10% of the lowest mark admitted under national intake. This type includes:

2.1 Intake of Foreign Candidates.

2.2 Intake of University Degree Holders.

2.3 Technical Diploma.

2.4. Up-grading and Transfer Intake.

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Registration

The Secretariat for Academic Affairs supervises the registration of students in collaboration with the colleges and centres. The Secretariat announces the starting date and deadline for registration. All procedures for registration are completed in the respective colleges according to the following sequence of steps for each category of students.

A-   Registration Period

The calendar of dates is proposed by the Deans Board and approved by the Senate. Such calendar is usually announced two weeks before the end of the previous academic year.

B-    Registration of Newly admitted Students

The procedures

  1. Medical checkup.
  2. Signing an academic undertaking before the assistant registrar for student’s affairs.
  3. Payment of fees at the bank.
  4. Receiving student’s ID fromthe assistant registrar for student’s affairs.
  5. Meeting the head of the department for assigning of the academic advisor and any other academic instructions.

C-   Registration forupper classes

Registration for upper classes shall be completedas follows:

  • Obtaining and filling up the registration form
  • Payment of fees at the bank.
  • Receiving student’s ID fromthe assistant registrar for student’s affairs.

D- Freeze or delay of Registration

 (1) Conditions:

  1. Freeze of registration may be allowed after completion of registration formalities, and during a period of time not exceeding one week as from the beginning of registration.
  2. The maximum period for freeze of registration shall be two academic years for the whole courseof study of a certain programme.
  3. A student who fails to register during the specified time and delayed by a maximum period of one week will be allowed to register only after the payment of a financial fine. For a delay of more than a week, a student shall be advised to freeze registration for that semester.

(2) Procedures:

  1. A student desiring to freeze registration shall fill-in the relevant form after payment of fees set for freeze of registration.
  2. A student is allowed to quit classes only after receiving a written notification from the Academic Secretariat approving freeze of registration.
  3. Upon expiry of freeze period, a student shall immediately start registration formalities and pays full registration fees.

Study Fees

A- Registration fees:

They are set by the Dean’s board.Such fees are same for all the university colleges’. However, they may be amended by the   Dean’s board whenever, deemed to be necessary.

 

B-Tuition Fees:

They are set by aninterview Committee at different colleges/centres.

  • These fees shall remain unchanged for any given batch of students until theygraduate.
  • In cases of dismissal or re-registration, the tuition fees shall be set in accordance with the university regulations.

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Freeze or delay of Registration

 (1) Conditions:

  1. Freeze of registration may be allowed after completion of registration formalities, and during a period of time not exceeding one week as from the beginning of registration.
  2. The maximum period for freeze of registration shall be two academic years for the whole courseof study of a certain programme.
  3. A student who fails to register during the specified time and delayed by a maximum period of one week will be allowed to register only after the payment of a financial fine. For a delay of more than a week, a student shall be advised to freeze registration for that semester.

 

(2) Procedures:

  1. A student desiring to freeze registration shall fill-in the relevant form after payment of fees set for freeze of registration.
  2. A student is allowed to quit classes only after receiving a written notification from the Academic Secretariat approving freeze of registration.
  3. Upon expiry of freeze period, a student shall immediately start registration formalities and pays full registration fees.

 

Transference Intake

Students transferred from other universities shall be eligible to the award of the degree on condition that they spent at least 50% of the total prescribed duration of study in the University of Bahri.

 

A- Transfer within colleges or departments 

Conditions

A-The Administration of the concerned college may – in coordination with-the Academic Secretariat transfer first year students from a college/department to another for acceptable reasons only.

B- A student may be transferred from a college/department to another equivalent college/department after meeting the following conditions:

i-Applicant for transfer must have successfully passed all the subjects of the last examination for which he/she has sat.

ii-Theper cent of the Sudan School Certificate must not be below the per cent required for general admission or the minimum per cent qualifying for competitive admission of  private students  for the respective  college/department in the respective academic year.

iii-Approval of the college/department from which the applicant is to be transferred and the college/department to which he/she is to be transferred is required.

C-The applications for transferenceshall not be accepted after two weeks before the beginning of the study at the concerned college.

 

 

Procedures:

  1. Application for transfer shall be submitted to the Academic Secretariat.
  2. A student may be registered only upon approval of the Administration of General Admission and the student acquires a university code number.

 

B-Transfer from other institutions

Conditions

  • Applications for transfer shall only be accepted from recognized universities and colleges.
  • There must be clearly stated reasons for student’s transferring to or from University of Bahri.
  • Transferring shall only be on self-sponsored basis on condition that the student’s percentage obtained is not below 10% of the accepted minimum percentage by National Intake for the prescribed College or Department.
  • Students transferring on the basis of general intake should pay 50% of the private intake fees allocated for that college.
  • Students dismissed from other institutions shall not be allowed to transfer to the University of Bahri, whatever the reason behind the dismissal
  • Transferring students must have successfully completed their term of study (without F grade) in their respective University and under regular study condition.

Procedures

  1. Application for transferring shall be submitted to the Secretariat for Academic Affairs.
  2. Students, registration depends on the confirmation of the Administration of General Admission and Certificate Authentication.

 

Resignation

  • Regulations:
  1. Resignation procedures for first year students who have neither be interviewed nor registered shall be done at the Academic Secretariat upon consent of the student`s sponsor.
  2. Upper classesstudents may apply for resignation from the university without completing registration procedures for the respective academic year.
  3. A student resigned afterregistrationhas no right to refund the registration or study fees.

 

  • Procedures:
  1. A student desiring to resign shall fill-in the relevant form.
  2. The concerned college shall verify the reasons for the concerned student`s resignation, review his/her academic status, and refer its recommendation thereon to the Academic Secretariat.
  3. The Academic Secretariat shall submit the case to the Administration of General Admission and Certificate Authentication of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research.
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