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Women Empowerment


Under the patronage of the office of the Minister of State for Women's Affairs, in partnership with the Embassy of Canada, and in collaboration with Beirut Arab University (BAU), the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) organized an awareness creation thematic panel on "Linkages between Family Planning and Women Empowerment”. During this session, Minister Mr. Jean Oghassabian, Canada ambassador Ms. Emmanuelle Lamoureux, and Head of UNFPA office in Lebanon Ms. Asma Kurdahi emphasized the importance of the subject of discussion. Dr. Issam Shaarani, principal investigator of the research conducted by a team of medical students from BAU, presented the key findings of the study funded by UNFPA on Family Planning Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices among Syrian Refugees. Other discussions on the panel were mainly related to the transformative agenda of UNFPA in promoting access to family planning.


Based on a collaborative initiative with the Center for Entrepreneurship (CFE) and the Faculty of Business Administration at Beirut Arab University (BAU), and the Lebanese League for Women in Business (LLWB) and RCED, a workshop on “Women Empowerment for SME Management” was organized at RCED-Bekaa during December 8-10, 2016.

Objectives

  • Promoting business management skills of rural women

  • Enhancing women’s role in local economic development

During the interactive sessions of the workshop, experts and mentors from BAU and successful business women from LLWB provided more than 35 women of all across Bekaa with knowledge and skills needed for business start-up and survival and good practice for building confidence and for resolving real-life business problems.

After a welcoming speech by RCED director, Dr. Safaa Baydoun, and CFE director, Dr. Wassim Itani, experts from the Faculty of Business Administration at BAU; Prof. Nehal Mostapha, Prof. Wagdi Higazi, Dr. Abdalla Nasreddine, Dr. Ekrami Mokhtar, Prof. Ahmad Slim and Dr. Alaa Abbas, exchanged with participats information and experience on challenges and important aspects necessary for successful management of women owned start-up businesses and SMEs. The experts also shared knowledge on the importance of the role of women’s entrepreneurs in economic growth and various aspects of successful business planning, management skills, finance and human resources management and marketing.

Moderated by the engineer Mrs. Najah Jaroush, the LLWB inspirational panel introduced the success stories of several women entrepreneurs; Ms. Yusr Sabra, Mrs. Haya elKassem, Mrs. Lina Idriss, Mrs. Kinana Rahhal and Mrs. Chantal Rbay.

Manager Mrs. Sabine Rbeiz Kassis from BLOM Bank, the sponsor of the event introduced the various funding products and explained the terms and conditions of each product wishing women entrepreneurs all the success through the different steps of their business development.


At closing ceremony certificates were distributed while women participants expressed their sincere appreciation for the efforts of the organizers and their wishes to attend for further training.

On the occasion of Girls’ Day 2018, the Research Center for Environment and Development (RCED) hosted the event “Future Prospects for Girls” on March 30, 2018. The event was organized by Lebanese League for Women in Business (LLWB) jointly with BAU Center for Entrepreneurship to promote girls’ interest in STEM careers. During the event, 35 high achieving female school students (13-15 years old) participated in the event. Inspirational presentations by LLWB (Ms May Abdouni, Coordinator of Bekaa Chapter) and BAU (Mrs. Mariem Rabaa, PhD candidate, Faculty of Science) female representatives introduced the participants to the important potential of women in STEM careers and encouraged them to seek STEM careers in their future. Participants were later given the opportunity to visit several technology and Engineering companies in Bekaa in order to awaken/increase their interests in STEM and provide them with a more a practical of STEM domains. This was followed by a friendly interactive discussion and feedback comments as well as participants’ views on women potential in STEM.

Beirut Arab University- Tripoli Campus in cooperation with the Lebanese League for Women in Business (LLWB) in partnership with DOT, ArabWIC Lebanon, Wie, WIT, and under the Patronage of Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MEHE ) and sponsored by UNICEF through a generous funding from the Kingdom of Netherlands, organized "Girls Got IT". This event which gathered over 450 Girls between the age of 14 & 17 coming from Northern public and private schools to explore Engineering and Technology".  

The objective of the initiative was to encourage girls from public and private schools and from marginalized communities to experience the capabilities of IT (Information Technology) and STEM subjects (Science Technology Engineering, and Mathematic) in order to select them as career choices. This event also serves in promoting essential technology skills for today's global economy and to improve girls’ self-esteem through learning by using hands-on activities; in addition to bridging the gender gap in technology-related fields. 

The Vice President for Tripoli Branch Affairs Prof. Khaled Baghdady congratulated all collaborators on this successful event announcing the commencement of the event by holding 21 different workshops opened by  Ms. Asmahan Zein; president of LLWB and followed by welcoming speech from Dr. Wassim Itani; Director of the Center for Continuing & Professional Education & the Center for Entrepreneurship at BAU. The event included speeches for the Keynote Speakers for MEHE Representative; Ms. Nahla Hamati and UNICEF representative; Tamara Zakria and ended up by an inspirational speech for Zeina Daccache; Founder of Catharsis-Lebanese Center for Drama Therapy. 

The event was concluded by Ms. Layal Jubran; CEO & Co-Founder at Mobarmij, Inc. and Ms. Hala Fadel; Co-Founder of Leap Ventures whereby awards were distributed.


A Student Team from the Faculty of Architecture - Design and Built Environment at Beirut Arab University won the first runner-up place in the first startup competition that presents creative ideas at the Arab world level. The team was qualified to be among the finalists internationally where teams from eleven countries around the world participated in this competition.

The Faculty of Architecture - Design and Built Environment team has established a new company for building materials that were made from more than 60% of recycled materials, which are often non-recyclable. The company is one of the new companies that are specialized in concrete systems and called (INFRASTIC) which is a new construction technology company specialized in concrete systems for both vertical and ‎horizontal applications


INFRASTIC team has won the first runner-up place in the Arab Startup Companies competition about the “ideas track” in its 13th edition in 2020 which was organized by MIT Enterprise Forum (MITEF) – Pan Arab. Many teams from around the world participated in it where eleven teams reached the semi-finalist stage.

The Arab Startup Companies competition is an annual competition that was launched by MIT forum for Entrepreneurship in the Arab World since 2006. It aims to empower the youth and promote the incubator environment for innovation and entrepreneurship in the Arab region. Entrepreneurs in this competition have competed along three tracks: ideas track, startups track and social entrepreneurship track.


The winning team was granted $5000 as well as mentoring and pre incubation offer at Flat6Labs Beirut and was consisted of the following students: Louay Ghezzawi, Iman Najjar, Haidar El Mokdad and Jana El Chami, and was supervised by the Engineer Rasha Sukkarieh and the directions of Professor Ibtihal Youssef El Bastawissi, the Dean of the Faculty who said: “this qualification is an assertion about the scientific, technical and creativity level of our students and their ability to adapt with the changes on the entrepreneurship level.

The Human Rights Center at Beirut Arab University organized in collaboration with the European Union Delegation in Lebanon a seminar on “Women’s Rights: Challenges and Opportunities for Gender Equality in Lebanon”. The event which was held on the 3rd of December, 2013 was attended by Prof. Dr. Amr Galal El Adawi, President of BAU, Mrs. Angelina Ekhorest, European Union Ambassador, Mrs. Ursula Fahringer, Austrian Ambassador to Lebanon, Deans of Faculties, Mr. Issam Houri, BAU Secretary General, Wakf El Bir and Ihsan’s Members of Board of Trustees, Directors of BAU Centers, BAU Administrators, and 250 students from various majors.

Prof. Dr. Amr Galal El Adawi reiterated in his word the role of BAU in supporting human rights, in particular women’s rights, through the Human Rights Center, as well as the establishment of a specialized Women’s Studies Diploma and a legal clinic where students – under the supervision of licensed lawyers – aid disadvantaged target groups to fight for their rights.

Mrs. Angelina Ekhorest, European Union Ambassador, addressed the students, reminding the audience that Lebanon is an important partner to the EU, not only in terms of dealing with the Syrian crisis, but also in terms of human rights. This is manifest in the effectiveness of parliamentary elections and structural reforms in the economic and social sectors.

Dr. Omar Houri, Director of the BAU Human Rights Center reviewed in his word the foundations of a woman’s right to grant her family her nationality in accordance with the Lebanese Constitution and the International Law. He added that there are over 18000 Lebanese women married to foreigners in Lebanon. There are no accurate statistics as to the number of children in these marriages, but it is possible to imagine the amount prejudices these children and citizens are exposed to. Such discrimination impacts upon medical care, education, employment and other aspects of daily life. 

The seminar also included an intervention by Mrs. Ursula Fahringer, Austrian Ambassador to Lebanon, and Lawyer Layla Awada from “Kafa”. The seminar was moderated by journalist Anne-Marie El Hage from L’Orient Le Jour.

For the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against women, the Human Rights Center at Beirut Arab University in collaboration with the Lebanese National Commission for UNESCO (LNCU) and Internal Security Forces ISF organized a workshop on Friday 4th of December 2020 at the village of Khrab El Hayatt- Akkar within the framework of 16 days to raise awareness globally on the elimination of violence against women.


The workshop, was represented by Dr. Tala Zein from the Lebanese National commission for UNESCO, Ms. Salam Zahran from the Human Rights Center at Beirut Arab University, and Major Youssef El Dekweir from the Internal security forces . It targeted 25 participants mainly females, aimed at increasing public awareness on violence against women; building capacity and understanding main definitions and concepts in the framework of Women’s Rights; engaging youth in promoting women’s rights and contribution to fight discrimination within their society. In addition participants were trained on entrepreneur skills in developing projects and business.

Scholarships



Byblos Bank in collaboration with BAU is offering a Student Loan Package.

  • Loan currency: Lebanese Pounds

  • Borrower/Beneficiary: Student

  • Guarantor: Student's parent (father, mother, close relative or guardian)

  • Disbursement of fund: Directly to the University


Branches:

  • Bechara El Khoury

  • Choueifat

  • Tripoli Boulevard

  • Tripoli Tall

Fore more information, check this document.


SAFAR - French Embassy Scholarship


WHAT IS THE SCHOLARSHIP ABOUT?

BAU and the French Embassy in Lebanon, co-finance doctoral scholarships reserved for Lebanese doctoral students admitted to prepare a doctoral thesis based on a cotutelle agreement between BAU and a French university. The student will be registered in both BAU and its partner institution in France.


WHAT ARE THE SCHOLARSHIP TERMS?

  • BAU Graduates holding or are in the process of preparing, a Research Master's degree.

  • Candidates must have the language skills that conform to the language of work and research project.

  • Candidate must formerly have an approval from a host University in France to complete their study.

  • Applications must be submitted in both electronic and paper versions to the Deanship of Graduate Studies Office at BAU (single document in pdf format ) which will be forwarded to the French Embassy / French Institute no later than 5 days before the final selection date.

  • The funding between the Embassy of France and BAU covers the doctoral student for a maximum duration of 3 academic years (one year renewable twice only).

  • The accepted doctoral students should be dedicated full-time to her/his doctoral studies and thesis work.

WHAT DOES THE SCHOLARSHIP COVER?

Scholarship holders under this call will benefit from both the French Government Scholarship and a PhD Scholarship from BAU as follows:

  • A Full academic PhD scholarship for 3 consecutive years offered by BAU.

  • The benefits offered by the Embassy of France are:

  • Allowance of 1060 Euros per month paid monthly to the doctoral student during his/her stay in France, (within the limit of 18 months maximum, preferably 6 months per academic year)

  • Free visa

  • Free medical care in France

  • Free registration fees in France if applicable

  • Free round-trip flight ticket between Lebanon and France

  • Free transportation between the arrival airport and the place of residence on the first trip

  • Priority access to university residences

ULYP Scholarships (for Palestinian students)


WHAT IS THE SCHOLARSHIP ABOUT?

Unite Lebanon Youth Project was established in 2010 to provide additional financial support to Palestinian students. ULYP Scholarships create an educational opportunities and give equal access to quality educational programs to youth, and women in the marginalized communities. Its mission is to empower the marginalized children, youth, and women living in Lebanon TODAY with the skills and knowledge they need to change and become active agents of change for a better tomorrow, without any discrimination.

BAU helps Palestinian students registered in both Teaching Diploma program -Faculty of Human Science and DPT program -Faculty of Health Sciences to acquire scholarships from ULYP.


WHAT ARE THE SCHOLARSHIP TERMS?

  • ULYP scholarships is available to Palestinian students

  • Field of study: Teaching Diploma program -Faculty of Human Science and DPT program -Faculty of Health Sciences only.


WHAT DOES THE SCHOLARSHIP COVER?

  • ULYP covers 100% of tuition fees.


The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also known as the Global Goals, were adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015 as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity by 2030.


The 17 SDGs are integrated—that is, they recognize that action in one area will affect outcomes in others, and that development must balance social, economic and environmental sustainability.


Through the pledge to Leave No One Behind, countries have committed to fast-track progress for those furthest behind first. That is why the SDGs are designed to bring the world to several life-changing ‘zeros’, including zero poverty, hunger, AIDS and discrimination against women and girls.


Everyone is needed to reach these ambitious targets. The creativity, knowhow, technology and financial resources from all of society is necessary to achieve the SDGs in every context.


17 SDGs are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity. These 17 Goals build on the successes of the Millennium Development Goals, while including new areas such as climate change, economic inequality, innovation, sustainable consumption, peace and justice, among other priorities.


Need-Based

BAU provides a comprehensive need-based financial aid that makes it financially possible for its students to pursue their studies. In this case, financial support is embodied in the reduction of tuition fees with varied percentages depending on the student’s financial status.

The online application for the academic year 2020-2021 shall be available on iConnect starting November 2020. The deadline to submit the required documents will be announced in due time.


ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

To be considered for a need-based financial aid, you should have fulfilled the following:

  • Registered a minimum of 12 credit hours during the fall semester

  • Got a cumulative GPA greater or equal to 2.0

  • Disbursed 50% of the Fall 2020-2021 tuition fees

  • Haven’t benefitted from any siblings’ discounts, grants, or scholarships from BAU

  • Haven’t benefitted from any external financial aid


DOCUMENTS REQUIRED

  • Family Civil Status Record

  • Employment certificate of the provider’s job(s) (applicant, father, mother or guardian) which states the job title, years of service and the monthly salary

  • If the provider is self-employed or business owner, a Self-income Statement should be submitted.

  • School statements or receipts of annual fees for each dependent child enrolled at a school or university

  • A photocopy of any rental contract(s) and/or ownership of real estate

  • A photocopy of car registration form(s) for every car owned by the family

  • A photocopy of a loan agreement if applicable

  • An academic transcript

  • Any further documents that would support the application for a financial aid (e.g. medical reports, recent medical/hospitalisation bills, certificate of job termination or end of service, etc.…).


APPLICATION PROCEDURES

  • Students who meet the required conditions must submit the application via the university portal iConnect and present a copy of this application together with the required documents to the Faculty Executive Administrator according to the deadlines assigned.

  • The Financial Aid Committee examines all applications that meet the criteria, announces the students’ names, and sets interview dates.

  • Applicants who meet the required conditions will be interviewed by the committee to assess the applicants’ financial and social status. Applicants might expect a home inspection by a social worker, if deemed necessary by the committee.

  • Accepted applications are referred to the Financial Aid Committee who identifies the eligible applicants. The committee has the right to request any further information/documents if deemed necessary.


DISQUALIFICATION

  • A cumulative GPA less than 2.0.

  • Any fraud information or a missing document

APPLY ONLINE


Child Aids for University Staff

BAU provides child aids for eligible staff out of its sense of responsibility towards them.


ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

  • A maximum of three children are fully exempted from the fees of the registered courses.

  • Full fees will be charged for repeated courses.


APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Upon registration, the eligible student must fill in the application on iConnect and send it via email to hr@bau.edu.lb.


Athletic Scholarship

BAU sports teams have organized and participated in friendly matches and competitions with other faculties and universities and won hundreds of championships. Athletic scholarships are awarded to students with recognized athletics skills.


ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

  • An athletic achievement: an award or a prize

  • An athletic capability and talent

  • A cumulative GPA greater or equal to 2.5

  • Team Ranking (1st,2nd, 3rd)


APPLICATION PROCEDURES

  • Upon registration, the eligible student must fill in the application on iConnect and send it via email to activities@bau.edu.lb

  • The student must submit all documents confirming his/her skills in the specified athletics field.

  • The Athletic Scholarship Selection Committee evaluates applications and send confirmation letters to the selected candidates.


Siblings Discount

Siblings enrolled in the undergraduate studies during the same semester at BAU are granted a 12.5% off the total tuition fees each semester per sibling. Yet, the total deduction of all siblings shall not exceed any of the siblings’ total fees.


ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

  • Siblings must be enrolled in the undergraduate level at the university during the same semester.

  • Siblings can benefit from the discount starting their first semester of enrollment at BAU.


APPLICATION PROCEDURES

  • Applications must be submitted on iConnect.

  • The discount is automatically applied upon the settlement of 50% of the tuition fees per sibling.


BAU offers scholarships for certain faculties to reward, encourage, and assist students in pursuing academic excellence in their fields of study.

New Students Scholarship (50% of Tuition Fees)

Newly admitted students in the programs below receive 50% off their tuition fees during their years of study

  • Fashion Design at the faculty of Architecture – Design & Built Environment.

  • Arabic Language & Literature and the Mass Communication at the faculty of Human Sciences.

  • Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry at the Faculty of Science.


ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

  • Any student accepted in any of these programs is eligible for the scholarship.

  • The scholarship is renewable every semester provided the student maintains a minimum SGPA of 2.


APPLICATION PROCEDURES

No application is required; the scholarship is automatically dispensed upon enrollment in any of the programs enlisted above.


New Students Scholarship (Up to 20% of Tuition Fees)

Newly admitted students at the Faculties of Science, Law & Political Science, Business Administration and Human Sciences (English Language & Literature, Psychology) are granted a discount on the tuition fees of the first semester based on the results of the Lebanese baccalaureate or its equivalent

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

  • Any student accepted in any of the programs above is eligible for the scholarship.

  • The scholarship is automatically dispensed during the first semester.

  • Starting the second semester, the scholarship shall be based on the GPA of the previous semester.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

No application is required; the scholarship is automatically dispensed upon enrollment in any of the programs enlisted above.


Nursing Scholarship (Up to 30% of Tuition Fees)

Newly admitted students in the Nursing program at the Faculty of Health Sciences are granted a discount on the tuition fees of the first semester based on the results of the Lebanese baccalaureate or its equivalent

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

  • Any student accepted in any of the programs above is eligible for the scholarship.

  • The scholarship is automatically dispensed during the first semester.

  • Starting the second semester, the scholarship shall be based on the GPA of the previous semester.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

No application is required; the scholarship is automatically dispensed upon enrollment in any of the programs enlisted above.


Merit scholarships are awarded to distinguished students to encourage academic excellence.


Lebanese Baccalaureate Scholarship

The top three students in each of the four branches of the Lebanese Baccalaureate are granted an annual full cost scholarship.


ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

  • Submit the official Baccalaureate certificate approved by the Ministry of Education and Higher Education.

  • The scholarship is renewable every semester provided the student maintains a minimum SGPA of 3.5.


APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Upon registration, the eligible student must fill in the application ICONNECT and send it via email to stud-aff@bau.edu.lb.


Ranking Scholarships

The top five students at each level of all undergraduate programs receive reductions on the tuition fees of the subsequent semester as follows

The number of scholarships is determined according to the number of students per class (minimum of 15 students per class)

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

  • A minimum of 15 credit hours should be registered per semester.

  • A minimum SGPA of 3.5.

  • Having successfully passed all course(s) during the semester

  • In the senior year, a minimum of 10 credit hours should be registered per semester.


APPLICATION PROCEDURES

No application is required; the scholarship is automatically dispensed upon enrollment in the subsequent semester.


AWARDS

JAMAL ABDUL NASSER AWARD

Upon graduation, the top student at each faculty with a minimum CGPA of 3.33 receives Jamal Abdul Nasser Award for Academic Distinction together with a cash prize.


ISSAM HOURI AWARD

In the honour of Mr. Issam Houri, BAU’s Late Secretary General, the top student in Accounting at the Faculty of Business Administration receives Issam Houri Award together with a cash prize.


APPLICATION PROCEDURES

No application is required; award is automatically dispensed upon graduation.


Accommodation

Starting Fall 2020-2021, students willing to stay in the dorms of the Debbieh campus can apply to the annual Student On-campus Accommodation grant which covers part of the BAU dorm fees.


ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

  • All students are eligible to annually apply for the grant as long as they are willing to stay at the BAU dorms in Debbieh.

  • Students willing to move and live at the BAU dorms in Debbieh away from their families are eligible for the grant.


APPLICATION PROCEDURE

  • Students must fill in the application every academic year and submit it along with the required documents within the set deadline.

  • The deadline for the submission of the application for the academic year 2020/2021 shall be announced in due time.

  • The student is responsible for keeping a copy of the application and the required documents for future reference.

  • Only complete applications, with the required documents, will be considered.

  • Required documents: A photocopy of any rental contract(s) and/or ownership of real estate (issued within 1 month).

  • Applications should be filled in on iConnect and sent to housing@bau.edu.lb.


Byblos Bank, in collaboration with BAU, is offering a Student Loan Package in LBP for students with a guarantor (father, mother, close relative or guardian) in order to cater to the needs and aspirations of the Lebanese students while helping them get a brighter future. The loan offers up to 50% of the tuition fees at the medical faculties and 75% at other faculties while the remaining 25% shall be funded either by the student/guarantor or through the university grants, scholarships, or a combination of both.

Note that loan amount is a maximum of 15,000,000 LBP per academic year with a very low interest rate of 4% paid by the student during loan period which is maximum 18 years defined as follows:

  • Under graduation period: max. 7 years

  • Grace period: student can benefit from a grace period of 1 year before starting principal repayment.

  • Post graduation period: student will benefit from a monthly repayment schedule up to 10 years; covering both principal and interest starting the 1st month after the grace period.


ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

  • Enrolled at BAU

  • Holding the Lebanese citizenship or a permanent residency in Lebanon for a minimum of 10 years

  • Aged between 18 and 35

  • Must be referred by the university

  • Junior students must get a minimum of 12/20 in the official Lebanese Baccalaureate or its equivalent.

  • Students enrolled in the 2nd year or above must get a minimum GPA of 2.3.

  • Having an eligible guarantor: parent, relative or guardian must be Lebanese with a satisfactory credit history and net worth (income, assets, etc...)

  • Some rules must be followed if guarantor is an employee, self-employed or retired.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Students who meet the criteria above must contact Byblos Bank and follow the required instructions.

To achieve an elite position at the international level, BAU encourages further development of international cooperation relating to education and research as well as the exchange of students, researchers and research results with other international institutions. The University promotes an international perspective throughout the University community.


Incoming International Students to get a complete degree from BAU

Incoming International Students under ERASMUS+ Project


International students will attend BAU for one semester according to an institutional agreement (IIA) signed between BAU and a partner University abroad.


Application Procedure:

Once the call for applications is announced by BAU International Relations Office and the international office of the partner institution; students from partner institution can apply to the program by uploading the following documents to the application link (mentioned in every announcement):

  • A Learning Agreement signed by both BAU and partner institution institutional coordinators (and also signed by the advisor assigned by each faculty)

  • A transcript of records

  • An attestation of registration in the partner university

  • An invitation Letter from BAU

  • A copy of the student's passport

  • A motivation letter

  • A curriculum vitae of the applicant

  • A language certificate


Selection Procedure:

Home and host institutional validations for the student’s application will be done by the selection committees in both BAU and partner institution according to criteria related to the grades, CV, motivation letter and language proficiency.


Mobility Procedure:

Once accepted; the international student will coordinate with the coordinator assigned by BAU International Relations Office and the Faculty regarding the registration of the courses.


Registration Procedure:

  • Students select their courses with the help of their academic advisors who will fill out and sign the registration form.

  • Students won't pay the tuition fees as agreed in the inter institutional agreement signed between the home University and BAU. Subsequently, the international student will obtain a Student ID card from the Registrar’s Office in order to be able to enter the whole campus and access all its facilities.


BAU International Relations Office will be also responsible to support the incoming international student regarding the VISA and travel documents and accommodation.