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Postgraduate Admission Requirements

Students who wish to enroll must apply to the Graduate Studies administration to complete the following documents:

1- The application form for admission to be withdrawn from the Postgraduate Studies administration, with the stamp duty.

2- An accredited bachelor’s degree (with a bachelor’s degree not less than good or C+)

3- Certificate of Training Year (Excellence Year)

4- A certificate of subject grades for the bachelor’s degree accredited in Arabic

5- A birth certificate or an official extract thereof

6- 6 photos

7- The approval of the employer to enrol in higher studies, or acknowledgment that he is not working

8- An acknowledgment from the student that he has not previously joined the degree he is applying to in the college or the College of Nursing in any other university.

9- An acknowledgment from the student that he has not previously been written off from the degree he is applying to in the college from the College of Nursing at any other university

10- A acknowledgement from the student not to be registered to study at any university degree in the College of Nursing at any other university

11- Letters from the Officers’ Affairs Authority state that the safety of the conscription position for males

12- Acknowledgment of paying the tuition fees annually. The student is not considered registered for any course except after paying the tuition fees for those who are registered from abroad.

13- Acknowledgment of obtaining a certificate of passing a foreign language course before discussing the thesis and specifying the required level with a minimum of the following grades:

English: 451 TOEFL International degree or equivalent or 5 IELTS degree or 311 ITP Institutional TOEFL degree issued by AMIDEAST or the Language Centre of a recognized university with a rate of 71%

Required courses:

– Acknowledgment of passing the following programs before registration: Scientific writing, local and international publishing

– Documents required for doctoral enrolment

When the PhD admission dates are announced in September/February of each year

Students who wish to enrol must apply to the Graduate Studies administration to complete the following documents:

  1.  The application form for admission to be withdrawn from the Department of Postgraduate Studies, with the stamp duty
  2.  An accredited master’s degree (with a grade of no less than good or C+)
  3. A birth certificate or an official extract thereof
  4. 6 photos
  5. The approval of the employer to enrol in higher studies for a person who works or an acknowledgement that he is not working
  6. An acknowledgment from the student that he has not previously joined the degree he is applying to in the college or the College of Nursing in any other university.

7- An acknowledgment from the student that he has not previously been written off from the degree he is applying to in the college from the College of Nursing at any other university

8- A acknowledgement from the student not to be registered to study at any university degree in the College of Nursing at any other university

9- Acknowledgment of paying the tuition fees annually. The student is not considered enrolled in any course unless the tuition fees have been paid to the registrar from abroad.

10- Acknowledgment of obtaining a certificate of passing a foreign language course before discussing the thesis and specifying the required level with a minimum of the following grades:

English: 451 TOEFL International degree or equivalent or 5 IELTS degree or 311 ITP Institutional TOEFL degree issued by AMIDEAST or the Language Centre of Damanhour university with a rate of 71%

Required courses:                 

Acknowledgment of passing the following programs before registration: Scientific writing, local and international publishing

General conditions for admission and registration

Article (6): General conditions for admission and registration:

The student is allowed to register in the first and second semesters in a number of hours not exceeding 12 credit hours for each semester and not less than 8 credit hours.

The student is also allowed to register in the summer semester as needed in a number of hours that does not exceed 9 credit hours, and the thesis registration hours are not included within these hours.

Article (7):

Each department announces, before the start of each semester, a maximum of four weeks, about the specialists in which enrolment will begin in this semester and the number of students allowed to enrol as indicated in the study plan of the programs.

Article (8) Requirements for joining:

A student who holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing sciences from Cairo University or from one of the recognized universities by the Supreme Council of Universities is accepted to study in postgraduate programs if he meets the admission requirements for each program.

The applicant must have spent at least one year in the nursing profession after the Excellence year in one of the institutions, or as a resident representative in nursing after the Excellence year

Article (9): Rules for accepting students in different programs in scientific departments: Before the formation of the judging committee for the thesis (Masters/PhD).

A- Before the end of the first and second semesters (September and February), each department presents statistics on the number of students in all the programs studied by the department and a recommendation for the number of students who can enrol in each program for the next semester.

B – New students register twice a year, before the beginning of the first and second semesters, according to the registration dates announced by the college.

C- Differentiation will be made among students to register in the programs according to their desires, according to the following:-

– The student’s estimate in one of the courses at the bachelor’s level, which the student wishes to specialize in for the nursing master’s program.

– Cumulative general grade at graduation for the Bachelor’s degree.

Estimating the subject of the program that the student wishes to enrol in.

– Paying the enrolment fee before the start of the study or on the specified and announced date in the college. Teaching assistants and scholarship students are excluded from this condition.

– Registering the required courses in the program which he joined before the end of the second week of the start of studies in the first and second semesters.

Article (10): Study system in credit hours:

The credit hour is a unit of measurement to determine the weight of each course in the basic semester (September and February), and it is equivalent to:

1- Credit hour equivalent to:

1- Theory  hour.

2-  Lab hour.

3-  Clinical or field hours.

4- one hour for theses supervision in the master’s and doctoral stages.

2- When registering for the basic semester (September-February), the student is committed by the following courses:

Basic courses (60%).

Existing courses (30%).

Optional courses (10%).

The student can register for a course as a listener without entering the exam. In the event ,the student attends 75% of the hours for the course or more, the student is given a listener grade (L).

A student is not allowed to register for a course if he has a previous requirement, and he must successfully pass the previous requirement or not.

The College Council decides on the minimum and maximum number of students to open postgraduate programs.

Article (14): Fees for joining the study:

The enrolment fee is obtained for each approved academic hour at the beginning of the semester and is determined by the university based on the proposal of the college council.

The student can withdraw a course during the first week of the start of the study without deducting any expenses, or during the second week after deducting 25% of the fees, or during the third week after deducting 50% of the fees.

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