Additional Requirements

The following are the additional documents:

  • An application form, and a non-refundable application fee
  • Passport photocopy
  • Two personal photographs
  • A written commitment in compliance with the UoF’s Academic Integrity, rules and regulations.

 

Intensive English Program

Students who do not have the necessary English Qualifications to permit direct entry into the University’s academic programs are required to take the English Placement Test.  Such students are assigned to the Intensive English Program according to their scores on the test.  After completing the Intensive English Program, students are required to meet the admissions requirements regarding their English competence (i.e., an acceptable TOEFL or IELTS score) before admission to an academic program.  While enrolled in the Intensive English Program, students may take up to 15 credit hours from the  list of general education of courses.

Application For Admission

Prospective students are required to  fill-up the Admission Form. The said form can be downloaded from the University’s website or secure it from the Admission and Registration Office. They can apply by mail, in person, or on-line.  The application must be accompanied by the admission fee, which is non-refundable, and all the documentation mentioned on the form.  Students not meeting the deadline will be required to wait until the next semester when new students are admitted.

Admission Decision & Notification

Decisions on admission will be made by the Admissions and Registration Department.  All prospective students will be notified by mail/e-mail of their admission status within two weeks from the time they apply.

Testing & Placement Of New Students

All new students are expected to attend the orientation session held during the week prior to the beginning of the semester. Students who have not attained the necessary score on one of the English Placement Tests will be assigned to the Intensive English Program and must successfully complete that program before beginning an Associate of Arts or a Bachelor degree program.