RUW announces registrations remain open to new students for 2020/21

11,Aug 2020

Royal University for Women (RUW) is set to ‘open its doors’ to new and return students on 13 September 2020. “Applications for enrollment are still open and we welcome new students joining,” says Director of Enrollment Management, Mr. Sami Mohammed Daghash. “Applications for the new academic year 2020/2021 can be made online through the University’s website at Our Admissions team are also always there to help and be contacted by our toll-free number 8000 8900 or WhatsApp on 3889 8800.”


Registration is still open for the following majors: Bachelor of Business in Banking and Finance, Human Resources, Marketing, or in International Business; Bachelor of Arts in Fashion Design, Graphic Design, Interior Design, or in Architectural Design. Other majors include our Bachelor of Law as well as Masters in Design Management, and Master of Fine Arts in drawing & painting.


Admission forms and required documents are available on the university website, where students can view the instructions and guidelines for registration, complete applications and upload required documents.


Our new students have the opportunity to avail our Transfer Program with our Partner University, West Virginia University (WVU), USA. The special Transfer Articulation Partnership allows our students to complete of 1, 2, or 3 years at RUW and then have the option of transferring to WVU in the United States of America with 100% of their credits, to graduate with an American Degree (Mr. Dagash Adds)


Royal University for Women has made a considerable investment in its online learning infrastructure over the past several years and during the recent Coronavirus pandemic has suffered no loss in its ability to teach courses and mentor students. “Our students have thrived through learning at home in the first half of this year”, Mr. Daghash adds, “and we have seen strong academic results to date, because our online ability has been tested and refined over quite some time.”


As the University heads into a new academic year, it welcomes both new and existing students –“RUW students will have the option to choose between online attendance or in-person, or by following a mixed mode of online/on-campus studies”, explains Mr. Daghash. “The university leadership has worked on operational and academic plans for whole-university return with the highest priority to health and safety precautions to both students and staff.”

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