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B.A. in Islamic studies (Islamic jurisprudence and its origins track)

Admission Requirements for Bachelor Degree:

  • To obtain a GPA average score in High School no less than:
  • 80% for General track
  • 75% for Advanced track
  • 70% for Elite track
  • To pass the personal interview that contains an oral test and a proficiency level test.

Students are conditionally accepted for the first semester until they meet these conditions:

  • To obtain an average score of no less than 2.00
  • To obtain a score of no less than (1250) points on UAE EmSAT in Arabic and (1000) for English language
  • To obtain a score of no less than (700) points on UAE EmSAT in Math

 

 

The Master’s program in the Maliki school and contemporary issues

Admission requirements for Masters:

  • To pass the bachelor’s degree or its equivalent with a distinction of “very good” and above
  • A bachelor’s degree issued by a recognized university
  • To obtain a degree in a subject that qualifies the student for the specialized studies applied for
  • To pass a written exam and a personal interview before the scientific committee

Students are conditionally accepted for the first semester until they meet these conditions:

  • Obtaining an average score of no less than 3.00

Obtaining a score of no less than (1400) points on the Emirates Standardized EmSAT Test in Arabic, score of no less than (1250) points for English language, and a score of no less than (700) points on UAE EmSAT in Math

 

Doctorate program in Islamic jurisprudence and contemporary social issues

Admission requirements for PhD:

  • To pass the Master’s degree or its equivalent with a distinction of “very good” and above
  • A Master’s degree issued by a recognized university
  • To obtain a degree in a subject that qualifies the student for the specialized studies applied for
  • To pass a written exam and a personal interview before the scientific committee

Students are conditionally accepted for the first semester until they meet these conditions:

  • Obtaining an average score of no less than 3.00.
  • Obtaining a score of no less than (1400) points on the Emirates Standardized EmSAT Test in Arabic, score of no less than (1250) points for English language, and a score of no less than (700) points on UAE EmSAT in Math.