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Scrutiny of information: The Admissions Committee scrutinizes the credentials of the applicant with reference to the high school education: courses, grades in the graduating examinations and the overall suitability of the applicant for admission into the program. The committee would also inform the applicant regarding the need for any additional documents that may be required.
Short listing: Applicants whose credentials have been accepted as adequate by the Admissions Committee are informed about the date and time for a personal interview that would be conducted in Gulf Medical University, Ajman. GMU will provide necessary help concerning visa arrangements for students from outside UAE.
Personal Interview: The Admissions Committee of GMU will conduct the personal interview. The committee follows a protocol for the interview that will last approximately 45 minutes. The conversation during the interview will be in English. This will be in an informal atmosphere and the applicant will be given ample opportunity to respond to the questions in a relaxed manner. After the personal interview, the Admissions Committee will submit its recommendations to the President concerning the suitability of the candidate for admission.
President's Approval: The President of GMU will finalize admissions after studying the recommendations of the Admissions Committee. The decision of the President on matters concerning admissions shall be final.
Academic Advising: GMU is committed to provide academic advising inorder to advise students in the development and pursuit of academic objectives consistent with their life goals and the available opportunities at the university.
Medical Fitness: Students admitted to GMU are required to submit a Medical Fitness certificate soon after they have registered on the university rolls. The medical examination in this connection will be carried out in GMC Hospital & Research Center.
Enrollment: Candidates who are finally selected for admission are required (within the time announced on the notification of selection) to submit a letter of acceptance to the President, along with the fee in cash or by demand draft in favor of Gulf Medical University, Ajman payable at Ajman, U.A.E. Failure to comply with this requirement will result in cancellation of the admission.Documents required for application:
Application form with all entries completed.
High School/ MBBS / M.B.Ch.B degrees and mark sheets
Certificate of successful completion of English language proficiency test
Copy of applicant's passport.
Six recent passport-size photographs.
Relevant academic and professional experience certificate, if any.Transfer Policies and Procedure
Students shall be considered for transfer only as per the following Transfer Admissions Policy of the University
Only students from a federal or licensed institution in the U.A.E. or a recognized foreign institution of higher learning shall be eligible for admission by transfer.
All transfer students shall meet the English language proficiency requirements of the program to which they are transferred.
All transfer students shall submit official transcripts before admission to the baccalaureate programs.
All transfer students shall submit official transcripts of credit earned from all institutions of higher education previously attended before admission to graduate programs.
Only students who are in good academic standing (a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 on a 4.0. scale, or equivalent) for transfer to an undergraduate program of study similar to that from which the student is transferring shall be accepted for admission.
The University shall accept only students who are in good academic standing (a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0.scale, or equivalent) for transfer to a graduate program of study similar to that from which the student in transferring.
Students who are not in good standing shall be transferred only to a program in a field different from the one from which the student is transferring.
The University shall transfer undergraduate program credits only for courses relevant to the degree that provide equivalent learning outcomes and in which the student earned a grade of C (2.0 on a 4.0 scale) or better;
The University shall transfers graduate program credits only for courses relevant to the degree that provide equivalent learning outcomes and in which the student earned a grade of B (3.0 on a 4.0 scale) or better.
The University shall inform applicants for transfer admissions or re-admission of the transfer credits earned for previous courses.
The University shall limit transferred credit hours to less than 50% of the total credit hours required for the program.
The University shall not grant credit twice for substantially the same course taken at two different institutions.
The University shall allow the transfer of credits for clinical training only when done in the U.A.E.; in exceptional circumstances, in which case waiver of this condition shall be sought from the Commission before admission.
On admission, the student shall submit a copy of the individual's birth certificate or proof of age, the applicant's passport and a copy of UAE nationality ID (Khulasat Al-Kayd), a Certificate of Good Conduct. A medical fitness certificate including blood test results, Six recent color photographs, a written pledge by the applicant agreeing to comply with University rules and regulations, the application form duly filled up with complete details, a receipt for payment of a non-refundable fee towards admission.Transfer within GMU
The students' requests are taken into consideration when applying to enter the Gulf Medical University. However, they will be allowed to transfer to other programs available in the College, according to established rules based on the recommendations of the Admissions Committee.
Students who are on leave for a period of one year must apply for readmission to the program through the Admissions Office.
Students in Good Standing: Students who are absent on approved leaves must apply for readmission before they will be permitted to register for the semester.
Students Suspended for misconduct: Students who have been rusticated from the university and under probation must apply for readmission and may be readmitted after serving the suspension period.
Students on academic probation: Students who fail to meet the minimum GPA requirement but have satisfied other requirements may be allowed to register as a non-matriculate student for a probationary period. Non matriculated students who achieve a minimum GPA of 2.0 can be readmitted provided they meet all the other requirements.Deadlines
Last date for receipt of applications for an academic year is last working day in the month of July.
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