Department of Academic Affairs
UMB may admit applicants as free movers (non-degree students) provided that there are available seats and academic requirements are fulfilled.
- Application form
- A copy of the passport
-Documentation of English proficiency
- A certified copy of university transcript. Please note, however, that an admission letter will only be issued once UMB has received an original transcript sent directly to UMB in a sealed envelope from the applicant’s university.
All documentation must be sent by regular mail, as scanned/faxed copies are not considered valid for admission purposes.Residence permitTo obtain a student residence permit you must fulfill the requirements as described hereCourses
40% of the courses at UMB are given in English
. The following general distinctions can be made regarding courses at UMB:
100-level/lower division bachelor courses focus on basic knowledge and working skills within a subject, as a basis for further studies or work.
200-level/upper division bachelor courses develop a critical and more in-depth understanding of the field. It is assumed that students have a basic knowledge of the subject at an introductory level before taking the course.
300-level/master level courses require a greater amount of high-level intellectual skills such as synthesis of knowledge from different fields, evaluation and the ability to conduct critical analysis. In general, 300-level courses are taken in the second year of the master programme.
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