First: Changing the educational institution
A: The Scholarships Committee approves requests to change the educational institution in the following cases:
1- The student transfers from one university to another with justifications approved by the attachés or the supervisory authorities.
2- Changing the educational institution for the student to study in the preparatory program or the English language program, provided that he meets the unconditional acceptance of the institution he wishes to transfer to in the same field of knowledge (same academic department).
3- Changing the student’s educational institution after completing the preparatory program or language requirements, provided that the student fulfills unconditional acceptance in the academic program from the educational institution wishing to transfer in the same field of knowledge
B: The change should not result in a repeat of one year of study.
A: The student should not have any financial obligations to the educational institution to which he is enrolled.
D: The student shall bear all personal financial costs associated with housing, rent and bills resulting from the decision to transfer from the educational institution.
Second: change of specialization
A: The Scholarships Committee approves requests to change a student’s major in the following cases
1- The new student obtains direct admission in the major he wishes to join, provided that it is in the same field of knowledge as the accepted major.
2- The student who completed the preparatory program obtains an unconditional acceptance in the major he wishes to join, provided that it is in the same field of knowledge.
3- The student is unable to join the specialization he is sent to for academic reasons or because there are not enough seats in the specialization, after obtaining a recommendation from the academic supervisor at the educational institution stating that he can join the program to improve his academic status and with the approval of the attaché or the supervisory authority.
B: The change of specialization should not affect the expected date of graduation of the student by no more than the period specified for the extension.
A: The change should not result in a repeat of one year of study.
1- Postponement for the specified period (two separate or continuous semesters).
2- Commencement of study after the postponement.
Fifth: The duration of the mission
1. Only one year (two semesters) for the Foundation Program, otherwise it will be at the student’s expense.
2. Undergraduate students have 8 semesters in the major,
3. Diploma students have 4 semesters of specialization
Note that the summer semester is not counted in the duration of the scholarship.