The UAE Relaxes University Admission has recently announced a relaxation of its university admission requirements, allowing students to get admitted into educational institutes without having to take the Emirates Standardized Test (EmSAT) or to complete bridging courses.
The UAE Minister of Education, Dr. Ahmad bin Abdullah Belhoul Al Falasi, said that this decision allows students to gain admission after completing their first academic year at the institute in question. He explained that universities will now be able to judge applicants based on “individual talent and capabilities” rather than standardized tests. This should allow for a more holistic assessment of applicants and could make it easier for those who had previously been struggling to pass the EmSAT.
The Ministry of Education also announced that UAE Relaxes University Admission will now accept transfer students from other countries who have completed at least one year of studies in those countries. This should help to open up UAE universities to a more diverse range of nationalities, cultures, and backgrounds, while also providing a boost to UAE’s.
The UAE government has made it clear that they are trying to make the UAE university system more accessible and attractive for both local and international students. These new measures show their commitment to creating an environment where all students can excel based on their individual talents, capabilities, and hard work.
The college or university may cancel the admission or grant the student one additional semester to complete the prerequisites if the student doesn’t fulfil any of the requirements before the end of the conditional admissions term.
The announcement further emphasizes that institutions of higher education required to provide the government information on students who admitted with conditions.
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