An-Najah National University encourages its students to enroll in international academic programmes and works on facilitating their travel to pursue higher education abroad. Students can see the Scholarships’ Office announcements on this link.
To obtain academic recognition through these programmes, students should follow the university’s standards and procedures for admission and registration and should match the credit hours they passed with the European systems before and after enrolling. To achieve that, students should take into consideration:
It is possible for students who postpone study at An-Najah and return to it with an academic record from another university, to submit that record to be accredited at An-Najah before the end of the semester in which they re-join the university, under the following conditions:
- That the courses studied during the postponed period are within a Bachelor degree programme.
- That no more than 50% of the courses required for graduation from An-Najah are accredited from the courses taken in another university.
- That the student’s grade in the course requested to be accredited for is no less than 2.35 (C).
- That the concerned department would accredit the courses that are similar to those of the university according to the department’s study plan, and that the Dean of Admissions is notified.
- The European credit transfer and accumulation system (ECTS).
- Students choose the university according to standards and choose equivalent course/s according to the An-Najah’s programme plan
- Students submit the application form to the Head of the Department
- The Head of the Department sends a recommendation letter to the faculty dean
- The faculty dean contacts the foreign university
- Students must work in coordination with the Scholarships Office at An-Najah which provides services to facilitate transfer
- Students are responsible for travel arrangements (unless it was through scholarship or a cooperation agreement) as well as attending all scheduled classes.
- Upon return, students must hold a certified transcript from the university he transferred in addition to the course description of the programme which was attended.
- Upon return, student must submit a full report with all the relevant documents including the department’s approval.
- The report is studied by the department then the decision on whether the study period will be accredited or not. If not justification will be given and the final decision will be endorsed by the faculty’s dean and the academic vice e president.
- The final decision and the certified original transcript will be referred to the Deanship of Admissions for academic crediting using only Pass or Fail and the credit will not count into the student’s Ground Point Average.