Mohammed V Abu Dhabi University was established on the basis of the decree of January 23, 2013 issued by His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE. The purpose of Mohammed V Abu Dhabi University is to offer programs covering Islamic studies, social sciences and humanities, both undergraduate and postgraduate.
Mohammed V Abu Dhabi University is one of the country’s higher education institutions. The University was established to be another edifice of the United Arab Emirates, where it uses the latest scientific and technological means to implement the vision, ambitions and goals of the State. It provides a qualitative opportunity for its students to qualify them to join the labor market, and instills in them a team spirit, competitiveness and creativity, and enables them to use modern means of sophistication .
Admission requirements for the Master's program in Maliki doctrine and contemporary issues A bachelor's degree or equivalent with a grade of very good and above. A bachelor's degree issued by a recognized university. His university degree must be in a subject that qualifies him for the specialized study that is offered for enrollment. Pass a written exam. Pass a personal interview. The Admission Committee may stipulate for admission to the Master's stage a number of remedial courses in a period not exceeding two semesters. This admission is conditional on the successful completion of the first semester of four months, so that: A student shall be dismissed from the university if his GPA is below 60% at the end of the first semester of the academic year. The student is referred to the Academic Coordination Committee to decide on his academic status, if his average is less than (70%) and higher than (60%) at the end of the first semester of the academic year
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