Step 2: Review Requirements

Posted: October 18, 2010 in Application Process

As soon as you have sorted out your intentions and goals, you will need to make sure that you are capable of meeting the university’s application requirements. If you are unable to meet all of the requirements, there is still a possibility of being accepted, depending on the circumstances.

Below, you will see the conditions of admission – analyze them carefully and understand that they are the general rules that are applicable to most situations. Nonetheless, like most general rules, there are specific exceptions.

In case there are any changes, it is recommended that applicants also check the university website . To access the same section in English, follow the directions given here.


Conditions of Acceptance:

  • The applicant must be a Muslim male of good conduct.
  • The applicant must pledge to abide by all of the rules and regulations of the university.
  • The applicant must be healthy, carrying no communicable diseases.
  • The applicant must pass whatever tests and/or interviews conducted or requested by the university.
  • The applicant must possess a General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) from inside or outside the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – in other words, they must have completed high school. However, it is possible to apply to the university whilst still in high school using official transcripts.
  • The applicant must be dedicated to full-time study.
  • No more than FIVE (5) years should have passed since the completion of high school, although exceptions are made for those who enrolled in post-secondary education.
  • The age of the applicant must not exceed TWENTY-FIVE (25) years upon beginning study in the university. Although it is rarer, it is still possible for older applicants to be accepted.
  • Those who wish to apply to the Qur’aan faculty must have memorized the Qur’aan completely.
  • The applicant must abide by any other conditions defined by university management.


The applicant must submit the required documents to the university online. New policies dictate that all applications submitted in-person, either by interested applicants or by current students on behalf of others, are no longer accepted by the university administration. For more information, click here.


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