1- Directing students to the Admission Section in the Admission and Registration Department to provide them with bulletins showing the majors available and informing them of the basics and requirements of admission.
2- The admission officer verifies the students’ documents. After completing admission requirements, the students will be referred to the Finance Department to pay the enrollment fees. If there is no vacancy, the students will fill their data on the reserve form.
3- The students fill the application form and submit it to the Admission Section with the financial copy (receipt voucher), and the admission officer will review the application.
4- The admission officer will confer with the Dean of the faculty to which the student wishes to enroll in, in order to obtain the Dean’s approval and determine the remedial subjects (if required) according to the enrollment form signed by the student.
5- The student will fill a conditional admission form if the required documents are not completed.
6- The student returns to the Finance Department with the completion form of admission procedures. Then, the ID number is given to the student.
7- The student shall go to the Admission Department after the paying the fees to confirm the ID number in his/her file to receive the admission certificate and the ID card.
8- The student shall then go to the IT Department to sit for placement tests according to the Placement Test Form and exam schedule set by Admission and Registration Department.
9-The student goes to the Finance Department to determine the number of hours he/she wants to register. The fees will be paid according to the University’s payment instructions.
10- The student checks with the Registration Section in the Admission and Registration Department to register the subjects, taking into account the admission requirements (if there is any).
11- In case the student wants to modify the major, he/she shall fill a form for modifying it.
12- The student who is transferring from another university will fill the form of interviewing the transferred students.
The Middle East University was founded in 2005 as a Graduate Studies University with twelve specializations. Towards the beginning of the academic year 2008-2009 the university opened twenty specializations for both Graduate and Undergraduate students with the ongoing growth in staff and students.