WELCOME TO THE ADMISSIONS OFFICE!
The University of Saint Joseph is committed to providing excellent educational opportunities to its students, across a broad range of subjects and degree levels. Every year a large number of local and international prospective students apply to study with us, and therefore you are highly encouraged to apply as early as possible.
The application process is managed online through the “Apply Now” button. On the application page, you will be asked for your programme(s) of interest, particulars, qualifications and supporting documents (soft copies). You will then be given access to a personal dashboard where you can follow the progress of your application.
After reviewing your information, our Admissions Office will contact you for further clarifications, if required. Applicants will be asked to undertake an English proficiency test. Selected applicants will also be invited for an interview (in person or via Skype).
Once the process is finalised, applicants will be informed of the outcome, which can be one of the following:
- Conditional offer: You are offered a place in your chosen programme. The specific conditions for matriculation will be stated in the acceptance letter and normally concern academic qualifications and/or language proficiency. The conditional acceptance has a time validity during which you need to meet all the requirements stated in the acceptance letter.
- Standby: The result of your application has not yet been determined but you have been put on a standby list and it is possible that you may be accepted shortly thereafter. The final decision regarding your acceptance into the programme will be made normally within 15 days.
- Rejected: Your application has been unsuccessful.
We wish you luck with your application and look forward to welcoming you to the University of Saint Joseph. Should you need any further clarification or assistance please do not hesitate to contact us via one of the following channels:
Applicants for programmes offered by the University of Saint Joseph are considered on a case-by-case basis. The final decision for placement rests with the University.