BUiD recognises the importance of maintaining contact with its Alumni and has established an Alumni Society (AS) for this purpose. The Alumni Society aspires to provide the opportunity for graduates to continue their association and to offer their support to BUiD. All graduates are invited to join the AS. Membership is voluntary and a membership fee is not applied.
Preparatory Modules (Non-Credit Bearing) General Mathematics (to be offered to students who after testing show a requirement. English learning and communication skills (to be offered to students entering the programme with TOEFL between 500 and 530) Placement Tests English: students with a score less than the minimum required must take English Language Modules and will be placed at the appropriate level. Math: student must provide the Math score required for their respective education track or pass a Math placement test. Students who have not satisfied the Math requirements or passed the Math Placement test may be granted a conditional admission but they cannot register in any Math or any other modules that have Math as a perquisite until they satisfy the Math requirements. Probational Entry Requirement: Candidates having school average of less than 70% but 60% or more may be considered for admission subject to following conditions: The student has achieved 70% in at least one of the three most relevant subjects, as specified for each programme separately; and An interview/ assessment/ other records of achievement submitted as part of the student application. Similar student cases from other National Systems will be considered on case-to-case basis. The non-English native speaking candidates must obtain an English Language proficiency equivalent to TOEFL score of PBT 500/iBT 61 or IELTS 5.0, or an equivalent using a standardized test approved by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research. Candidates having 11 years of Education in British System (O levels/GCSE) may be considered for admission subject to an interview/ assessment as part of the student application. Students who have completed 13 years of education may be considered exempt from equivalent first year modules in-line with the University policy on Advanced Standing as detailed later in this document.
- Accredited: Yes