Admission Criteria for Bachelor Degree (Male-Jeddah, Al Ahsa)
Unified Track- College of Applied Medical Sceinces
1-Applicant must be a Saudi National.
2-Applicant must be a recent graduate.
3- The cumulative GPA in high school (Medical Sciences) must not be lower than 90%.
4-Applicant must pass the personal interview and medical examination.
5-Applicant must apply for Admission to the scientific fields for students (Achievement test) that is provided by the National Center for Measurement and Evaluation in Higher Education.
6-Filling the application form through the website of the admission.
7- Submission of the original certificate of secondary education is a prerequisite for admission.
1- All applications must be through KSAU-HS portal.
2-Acceptances are subject to a differentiation between students according to the weighted ratio, availability of seats and personal interview.
3-Any student misses the completion of any procedure of submission will be removed from competition.
4-Full name must be written in Arabic in accordance with the high school certificate.
5-When the student is called for a personal interview, he/she will be asked to match the original documents and deliver the original certificate (for the curriculum system, the original certificate of secondary school and the original of the grade certificate will be required).
6-Confirmation of the required documents in full after calling the student for the interview, namely:
•4 personal photos of 6x4 size delivered upon arrival to the University.
•3 images of national ID card with original for matching.
•Original certificate of secondary school and a copy of it.
|Academic Year||Available Academic Program||Gender||Campus|
|1438-1439||Unified Health Track||Male||Jeddah|
|College of Applied Medical Sciences ||Male||Al Ahsa|
Competition for available seats will be as follows:
1-The general percentage in the secondary school certificate is 30% of the weighted ratio
2.-The degree of aptitude exam grade is 30% of the weighted ratio
3-The degree of achievement test represents 40% of the weighted ratio
Method of calculating the weighted ratio