HOW CAN I STUDY IN BAHRAIN?

 

EXCHANGE PROGRAMME

If your institution has a partnership or formal agreement with Ahlia University, you may be eligible to study at Ahlia University for up to one full academic year. No tuition fees are applicable, and you would pay tuition fees only to your home institution. Credits earned whilst studying at Ahlia University may be transferred back to your home institution towards your degree.

STUDY ABROAD

If your institution does not have any formal agreements with Ahlia University, you may still apply to study at Ahlia University as a visiting student. A visiting student can spend up to one full academic year at Ahlia University and would pay tuition fees directly to Ahlia University. Credits earned whilst studying at Ahlia University may be transferred back to your home institution towards your degree.
For information on tuition fees go to

https://www.ahlia.edu.bh/fees-scholarship/

https://www.ahlia.edu.bh/masters-programmes/

Ahlia University will provide guidance and assistance to all international students that wish to apply. Once you have submitted a formal application and after you have received a letter of offer or acceptance, the international team will assist students with visa and immigration documents. This process may take anywhere between 1 week and 2 months, and is entirely contingent on the outcome of the application lodged with the General Directorate of Nationality, Immigration, and Passports.

Applicants for any of the degree programmes offered by Ahlia University will not be considered fully registered unless they have obtained a Higher Education Council (HEC) number. Once the applicant is accepted, the University will proceed to forward the application to the HEC.

Students need to provide authentication and/or endorsement of their transcripts and certificates, as part of the HEC request. This process may take some time, so students must be prepared to provide the HEC with original copies of their transcripts and/or certificates, accredited by their country’s Ministry of Education, to proceed with the request for endorsement.
 
 
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