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Admission Regulations


In accordance with the MU law for 2010, the university senate has issued the following regulations:-

Name and application:

1. These regulations shall be called “Regulation of admission for the MU Bachelor students for the year 2010” and shall be applied from the date of assigning by the senate.

2. Interpretation:

In these regulations, unless otherwise stipulated, the following words and terms shall have the indicated meaning against each.

The University Refers to AlMughtaribeen University
The student Means anyone who is registered in the university with the aim of obtaining any of the scientific certificates that are offered by the senate.
The college Means any academic unit established by the senate according to the rules of the law and consisting of departments or units for research or teaching as specified by the senate.
Registration Number Means the number given to the student when he is registered for first time in the university.
Student’s Number Means the number given to the student by the Public Administration for Admission and certificate Equivalency (PAACE)

 

General Rules:

  • 1st: The “Regulations for Admission to the Higher Education Establishments” rules all bases of admission to the university and procedures thereof. No admission for a new BA program shall be done unless it is approved by the ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research (MHESR)
  • 2nd: Types of Admission to MU are decided as follows:

1. General Admission: This includes admission to BA, BSc degrees and Diploma.
2.Direct Admission “Vacancies, Bridging or Mature” for BA, BSc degrees and Diploma.
3. Transfer after completing 1st university year from inside Sudan or from abroad.
4. Admission through Remote learning or affiliation.

  • 3rd: Admission by any of above types shall only be through the Academic affairs secretariat with the approval of the Admission and Registration Committee.
  • 4th: Colleges shall annually review the bases of admission to their programs and notify - through the Academic affairs secretariat – the PAACE of any changes.
  • 5th: A student is only considered as such after his/her admission is confirmed by PAACE and issued or transferred his Student Number.
  • 6th: Student’s admission may be cancelled at any time if proved to be mistaken or incompatible with the general or special terms and/or the basis and terms of admission, or if found to be based on false information or documents.

General Terms of admission:-

1st:- The Sudan School Certificate:

1. Passing SSC or other equivalent certificates acknowledged by the Committee for Higher Education Admission.Passing the 7 subjects that are considered to calculate the percentage for admission in the target college.
2. Above two terms shall be fulfilled in one school certificate with one sitting number and on one date.
3. Admission percentage for each college shall be calculated according to the terms of that college. Foreign students are exempted from this term.

2nd:- Equivalent Arab Certificate to SSC:

1. Passing the Arab School Certificate.
2. Passing 7 subjects which are considered to calculate the percentage for admission in the target college.
3. Percentage for admission is calculated  from the following subjects:

A. Subjects required for Scientific Colleges:

Arabic language, English language, religious education, elementary mathematics, chemistry, physics, (either computer, biology, or geology)

Subjects from (psychology, sociology, philosophy, accounting, economy, geography, history)

B. Subjects required for colleges of Arts, Law, and Literal Education:

Arabic language, English language, religious education, geography, history + best two of (psychology, sociology, philosophy, elementary mathematics)

C. Subjects required for college of business administration,

Arabic language, English language, religious education, elementary mathematics + best three of (psychology, sociology, philosophy, accounting, economy, geography, history)

3rd:- Foreign and Arab School Certificate:

1. Sitting for 7 subjects at least.
2. Passing 7 subjects which are considered to calculate the percentage for admission in the target college.
3. Student’s admission to the university is subjected to his/her passing the Arabic language and religious education tests which are set by the Sudan Examinations Committee.
4. Fulfilling above terms in one school certificate of one academic year.
5. Percentage for admission is calculated  from the following subjects:

A. Subjects required for Scientific Colleges (Biology):

English language, elementary mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics + (best two of qualifying subjects for admission).

B. Subjects required for Scientific Colleges (Mathematics):

English language, elementary mathematics, chemistry, physics, additional Mathematics + (best two of qualifying subjects for admission).

C. Subjects required for Colleges of Humanitarian and Social Sciences:

English Language, Any other International Language, Geography, History, elementary mathematics + (best two of qualifying subjects for admission).

Transfer and Bridging:

1. Any Sudanese or foreign student may be transferred from any local or international university in accordance with these regulation after he/she has completed a first university year according to the Higher Education Law.

2. Bridging Students: A bridging student is the one who has completed a Diploma in a specialty relevant to a specialty in one of MU colleges.

3. Bridging students shall not exceed 25% (twenty five percent) of the total planned admission number in the target department. Higher Education regulations shall be considered when specifying the number of bridging students admitted.

4. A bridging student may not be admitted unless he/she had met a Bachelor study terms set by the Higher Education admission office at the relevant academic year.

5. Competition shall be according to the degree offered in the Diploma, and the date of offering. Candidates list shall be unified and including all categories applying, especially those holding a fresh first class Diploma.

6. Bridging admission shall be available for those students who were admitted for Diploma in the academic year 2005/2006 according to the following:

a. Students given (excellent) grade are admitted one year after obtaining their qualification in the field of their specialty.
b. Students given (very good) grade are admitted after a two years’ experience following obtaining their qualification in the field of their specialty.
c. Students given (good) grade are admitted after a four years’ experience following obtaining their qualification in the field of their specialty.
d. Students given (pass) grade are admitted after a five years’ experience following obtaining their qualification in the field of their specialty.
e. Students are admitted for bridging from those who obtained their Diploma in 2006/2007 or thereafter, in accordance with the bases and terms of bridging mentioned in the Admission Guide for Higher Education establishments (Chapter7, supplement 1).
f. SSC students (biology section) who obtained a Diploma in Engineering may be bridged for the BSc in Engineering having met bridging terms.

Mature Students:

A mature student is the person whose position and circumstances did not allow him/her to obtain academic qualification to join university, yet he/she proved high academic potentials and ability to benefit from university education. Such person is conditioned as follows:

1. Must not fall younger than 30 years of age when applying.
2. Must carry ten years of experience in his field of work.
3. Must be recommended by two well-known persons in the subject matter.
4. A mature applicant is subjected to capacity test.

Regulation of Registration for the MU Bachelor students for the year 2010:

In accordance with the MU law for 2010, the university senate has issued the following regulations:-

Name and application:

These regulations shall be called “Regulations of Registration of the MU Bachelor students for the year 2010” and shall be applied from the date of assigning by the senate.

Registration Period:

1. The Admission and Registration Committee shall announce the registration appointment for all colleges of the university through the proper means of announcement.
2. The Admission and Registration Committee decides the end date of registration. This should be coordinated so that it may not affect student’s academic works.
3. Registration is completed once at the beginning of each semester.

Registration Rules and Procedures: 

1. Student should complete registration procedures by him/herself at the right time and place specified.
2. Students with supplementary and alternative exams should register at the announced period until exam results are declared. Dismissed students shall have tuitions fees paid back to them.

Tuition Fees:  

1. Tuition fees and Registration fees must be paid in full. Tuition fees can be paid in tow instalments provided the first instalment shall not fall less than 50% of the set amount payable within the period set for registration, while the second instalment is payable at the beginning of the second semester.
2. Registration for students whom the university agreed to install their tuition fees ends by the end of the first semester.

Regulations for Post- registration period:

1. At the end of the registration period, each college administration shall publish lists of students who have not registered and invite them to meet college administration within two weeks from the date of publishing such lists.

a. If a student has not registered, but has come to meet the college administration within the set period in article (8), council of the concerned college may recommend to the admission committee to freeze the academic year for that student.

b. If a student has not registered and has not come to meet the college administration within the set period in article (8), council of the concerned college may recommend to the admission committee to dismiss that student from the college.

c. If a student has not registered within maximum two weeks from the beginning of the first semester for no accepted excuse, and has come to meet the college administration wanting to register within a period not to exceed the third week from the beginning of the semester,  he/she  may be allowed to register provided the following:

2. He/she shall lose any right of reduction in tuition fees that he/she might have gained due to participation in the university, and must pay the full set amount.

3. The university shall have the right to impose a late registration fine on students who register after the second week of the semester.

Failure to pay a Second Instalment:

  • Rulings set in article (8) and (9) of this regulation shall apply on a student who has not paid a second instalment of his/her tuition fees.

Regulation of Freezing University Study:

In accordance with the MU law for 2010, the university senate has issued the following regulations:-

Name and application:

These regulation shall be called “Regulations of Freezing of Study at the MU for the year 2010” and shall be applied from the date of assigning by the senate.

  • Freezing of study shall not be allowed for student unless he/she provides

Convincing reasons for such.

1. Freezing of study shall be the College Council authority.
2. College Council may deliver its freezing authority to the Dean of the concerned college except for the first year students where freezing shall be the College Council authority.

3. Freezing shall not exceed two times during the study period.
4. Freezing period shall not exceed two successive years during one period.
5. A candidate may not be considered a university student unless he/she has registered therein.
6. A first year student may not be allowed to freeze study unless for compelling reasons.
7. Admission department shall be notified of freezing for a first year student.
8. Freezing of study applications shall be presented to the Dean of the college via Heads of the concerned departments.

At the end of Freezing period, freezing student must re-register in the same usual way and during the specified time.