Applicants are not required to sit for qualification examinations in order to enrol in the first year of the first cycle of study provided that the number of applicants is below the number of students planned for admission specified in the University announcement.
Applicants are required to sit for qualification examinations in order to enrol in the first year of the first cycle of study provided that the number of applicants exceeds the number of students planned for admission specified in the University announcement.
All applicants who have earned a high school diploma will be granted admission to the University. Admitted students are required to pay tuition fees set by the University Board of Directors.
Based on the proposal of the Commission for recognition of examinations, the Faculty Dean decides upon the recognition of examinations for students transferring from other universities during one academic year, or for students who have passed examinations in previous education.
The recognition of examinations is made on the basis of certified authentic documents proving the previous curriculum, passed examinations and achieved grades, and these are as follows: grade transcripts; certificate on passed examinations and grades; student transcript book; Diploma Supplement; transcript of records and other public documents prescribed under the law and bylaw.
Students who have earned a college/higher school diploma (two years of study) will be granted admission to the third year of study and will be required to take examinations in subjects considered as differences. These are set on the basis of similarities and differences between their previous education and the desired study programme.