B.Sc (Hons.) or Undergraduate Admission Information (Fall Semester) 2013 – Notice/Circular |North South University(NSU)- northsouth.edu
Admission Notice/Circular of NSU Admission (Fall Semester) – [y]-14 is available here. To see notice click here.
Requirements for Admission:
The minimum qualifications for admission into these programs are:
1. Academic Qualifications:
a) Second division in both SSC and HSC or a minimum GPA of 3.5 in both SSC and HSC exams.
b) GCE O-level and A-level:
O-level in five subjects with Average Grade Point of 2.5 or above and A-level in two subjects with Average Grade Point of 2.0 and above; in the scale of A=5, B=4, C=3, D=2 & E=1. (one E is acceptable)
c) A US High School Diploma or equivalent.
Requirements may be changed anytime if there is a change in admission policy.
2. Acceptable scores in NSU’s admission test.
3. Admission test will be waived for those who have got a minimum score of 1200 in SAT (Math+ Critical Reading) and 550 ( CBT 213/IBT 79) in TOEFL or 5.5 in IELTS.
4. HSC/A-level (appeared) candidates may sit for the admission test on the basis of an undertaking that they will not be admitted unless they pass the HSC/A level exams with minimum GPA requirement which will be mentioned in the Admission Offer Letter. A-level appeared student must submit their Statement of Entry.
A-level (appeared) candidates may sit for the admission test on the basis of an undertaking that they will not be admitted unless they pass the A-level exams with minimum GPA requirement which will be mentioned in the Admission Offer Letter. Appeared student must submit their Statement of Entry.
Application forms are available for Tk. 800 from NSU Accounts, in the Front Office, Level 1, Bashundhara. One can also download application form from NSU website: www.northsouth.edu.
A Bank draft of Tk. 800 in favor of North South University will be needed during submission of Application Form, downloaded from website. A complete application includes:
- Filled out applicatoin form;
- four passport size photographs (attested*);
- clean copies of certificates and mark-sheets;
- two letters of recommendation/testimonial from previous institution; and
- Photocopy of National ID Card.
* Photographs should be attested by first class gazzetted officer or Principal/Head of the Department of the last academic institution attended.
Admission of International Applicants
For purposes of admission, all persons who are not citizens or permanent residents of Bangladesh are defined as international applicants. In most cases international applicants seeking admission into NSU must meet the same academic standards for admission, as those required for native students. There are wide variations; however, between educational systems throughout the world that makes exact comparison of educational standards difficult.
International applicants are selected on the basis of their prior academic work, English proficiency, probability of success in the chosen curriculum (as evidenced by prior work in the academic area involved), and certification of adequate financial resources.
Transfer students (those with previous college credits) are expected to have at least a 2.0 (C) GPA in all college level courses to be considered for admission to the University. Catalogs and official transcripts from previously attended colleges and universities must be furnished with the application for admission. Failure to provide either will disqualify the applicant. To be official, transcripts must be sent directly from each college attended to the NSU Registrar’s Office. Hand carried transcripts and transcripts sent by students are unofficial, even though they may carry the college seal or signatures that are placed on official records.
A student may transfer a maximum of 60 credits earned at previously attended colleges and universities toward NSU degrees. Transcripts from all previously attended institutions must be submitted. Only credits on which a student has earned the grade C or above will be transferable to NSU. For purposes of transferring credits, Directors of programs and Chairs of departments will determine equivalence of courses and may also refer cases to the Equivalence Committee if needed. Transferred credits and grades are not included in calculating the GPA at NSU.
NSU may tentatively accept applicants for admission who cannot produce official transcripts by the first week of classes, such admissions are provisional. All provisional students who enter the University without complete credentials for admission will be required to submit the appropriate credentials as a prerequisite for continued enrollment. Required credentials must be submitted within the semester of initial enrollment.
Applicants ‘who have not participated in formal education for some time or applicants who do not intend to become candidates for a degree may register for credits in undergraduate courses as non-degree students. Applicants are admitted as non-degree students on a semester by semester basis without any obligation to continue. Such students may apply at any time for transfer to a degree program with/without the credits earned as non-degree students. Non degree students may obtain transcripts reflecting credits for the semester(s) attended. A transcript fee will be charged.
Individuals who provide fraudulent information on applications for admission or readmission are subject to immediate dismissal from the university.
List of Departments/School under Faculty:
|School of Business|
|List of Faculty Members (BBA, MBA, EMBA)|
|School of Engineering & Applied Sciences|
|Department of Architecture|
|epartment of Civil & Environmental Engineering|
|Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science|
|Department of Environmental Science & Management|
|School of Life Sciences|
|Department of Biochemistry & Microbiology|
|Department of Pharmacy Practice ———————— Department of Pharmaceutical Science —————-|
|Department of Public Health|
|School of Arts and Social Sciences|
|Department of Economics|
|Department of English|
|General and Continuing Education|
Schedule of Tuition and Other Fees:
|Admission Fee (one time, non refundable):|
|Undergraduate Programs (UG)||TK.||20,000|
|Tuition Fee (per credit):|
|Undergraduate Programs (UG)||TK.||4,500|
Student Activity Fee (per semester):
|Applicable for all students||TK.||2,000|
Computer Lab Fee (per semester):
|Applicable for all students||TK.||1,500|
Library Fee (per semester):
|Applicable for all students||TK.||500|
Science Lab Fee (per semester):
|Applicable for Pharmacy / Physics / Chemistry / Bio-Tech / MPH / ENV students||TK.||500|
Studio Course Fee (per semester):
|Applicable for Architecture students||TK.||3,000|
Caution Money (Refundable) to be paid at the time of admission:
|Applicable for all students||TK.||5,000|
Fees for other Certificate Courses:
|Digital and On-Line Librarianship||TK.||10,000|
|English Certificate Course||TK.||7,000|
|English Spoken Course (CEP)||TK.||6,000|
|English Course (General Skill for Professional)||TK.||6,000|
|Chinese Language Course||TK.||5,000|
|French Language Course||TK.||5,000|
|Fees for one semester (consolidated)||TK.||20,000|
All Field Study expenses will be realized from the students by the department.
|Payment of Fees|
|Students must pay the total amount of their semester tuition and fees on the day they register. NSU Accounts accepts bank-drafts or pay orders for the assessed amount payable to North SOUTH University. Personal checks are not acceptedA late registration fee is assessed for students who register or pay their fees after the regular registration period. A student’s obligation to pay regularly assessed tuition and fees is not reduced by an approval to defer payment.Students withdrawing from courses are eligible for refunds in accordance with the refund policy.|
|Withholding Student Records|
|The University withholds students’ academic records for non-payment of tuition and fees and other appropriate charges or for not returning University property.|
|The non-refundable Admission fee is assessed for admitted applicants following an admission test and before registration begins. An applicant forfeits the right of admission if the Admission Fee is not paid by the due date. Applicants are notified of such due dates by notice posted at NSU Registrar’s Office|
|Student Activity Fee|
|The Student Activity Fee is due at the time of registration each semester the student is enrolled. This fee is used to support a broad range of student activities and interests.|
|The Admission Fee and other charges are assessed for non-degree students when they change status to degree candidates or when credits earned as a non-degree student are applied towards a degree from NSU.|
|Tuition is due for registration at the beginning of each semester and is based upon the student’s academic level (undergraduate or graduate) and the number of credits for which the student registers.|
|Lab Fee for CSC Courses|
|A Computer Laboratory Fee of Tk. 1000 is due at the time of registration in each semester a student enrolls for courses. An additional Computer Laboratory Fee of Tk 1000 is assessed for MIS 105 and CSC 135. This amount is added into the tuition fee for these courses, and may not be shown separately in a bill.|
|Withdrawal and Refunds|
|Applications for withdrawal from the University or from a course after the registration period is over, must be made in writing to the Department Chair or Program Director. Notification to an instructor is not adequate. In case of authorized withdrawals and changes in schedule/ registration (adds and drops) tuition will be adjusted as follows:|
|No adjustment is authorized for Admission or other assessed fees. In case of death of a student,adjustments will be made any time during the semester as authorized.Withdrawal as a result of serious illness or disabling accident will be subject to review by the University for possible variation from the policy described above. No adjustment will be made for a student who is facing academic difficulties, or who is suspended, dismissed or expelled for breach of the code of conduct.|
|In addition to the applicable fees, students are required to purchase textbooks, instruments, and other personal equipment and supplies when needed for courses in the chosen curriculum.|
|Bank List for Tuition Fees|
|NSu has selected some banks to collect students’ fees. NSU Students may deposit their fees to any of the following banks:|
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