Applicants who do not have a TOEFL score of 530 or the equivalent in iBT of 71

Applicants who do not have a toefl score of 530 or

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Applicants who do not have a TOEFL score of 530, or the equivalent in iBT of 71 and 19 or higher in writing, must pay an additional 480 MAD with the application material to take Al Akhawayn’s Institutional TOEFL Complete the “Pledge of Academic Integrity” Application material submitted to AUI All application material submitted for admission purposes becomes the property of the University and may not be returned. Application material of non-enrolled candidates is retained for one term following the term in which the application was submitted. Students wishing to file an application after the two-semester period will have to submit fresh documents. Transfer Students Transfer candidates for admission must have completed at least one year of college-level work and earned the minimum equivalent of 30 semester credits at the time of matriculation to the University. To be considered for admission, transfer candidates must have a minimum grade point average of 2.5 on a 4.00 grading scale and be in good standing with their home institution. Applicants with fewer than 30 semester credits are considered first-year applicants for the purpose of admission. They must provide secondary school records, applicable test scores, as well as all post-secondary school records. A 2.5 grade point average is required. They should follow the procedure outlined for first-time freshmen. Admission Procedure for Transfer Students 1. Evaluation of university transcripts 2. Successful interview, where applicable Required Documents for Transfer Students Application fee of 500 MAD A completed transfer online application Official transcripts of all university-level course work—completed and/ or attempted
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36 37 Applicants for the BSCSC, BSEMS, and BSGE programs in the School of Science and Engineering who have attended “classes préparatoires” may request credit for courses as for transfer students. Each application will be considered individually. Appropriate initial courses at AUI may be based on placement examinations, portfolio analyses, interviews, and/or other assessments. Visiting Students Students in good standing at another college or university may be considered for regular admission with a visiting status during the summer or for one of the longer sessions. Visiting applicants wishing to convert to regular status after one or more semesters at AUI will be required to complete all the general education requirements pertaining to their academic programs. Former AUI students do not automatically qualify for visiting or non-degree status. Visiting applicants are strongly advised to provide a list of courses for which they intend to enroll, bearing the signature of the Registrar of their home institution. Undergraduate visiting students must enroll for a minimum of 9 credits and a maximum of 15 credits in the fall and spring. In the summer session, they must enroll for a total of 6 credits.
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