Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some of the major questions that international students usually have. This list will be regularly updated. In the meantime, if you have any queries, do not hesitate to get in touch via this email: email@example.com
1: Does UAST offer financial assistance to international undergraduate/graduate students?
A: Currently UAST does not have any scholarship or financial aid plans.
2: What type of housing is available for international students?
A: Some UAST centers offer on-campus accommodation or dormitories. For the centers that do not have such facilities, there are many off-campus opportunities.
3: What are the Associate degree/ Undergraduate/Graduate Programs?
A: Please refer to the UAST Programs link on the top of UAST Homepage for a full list of all our programs.
4: Is there an age requirement?
A: There’s no age requirement for admission to ATU, although the vast majority of undergraduates are 18 years or older when they come into residence. However, all students must demonstrate that they have the maturity and personal skills to cope with university level study, and will be able to gain full benefit from the course when admitted.
5: What work experience do I need to have?
A: Work experience isn't a requirement for admission. However, having relevant work experience in your field of study will be useful and recommended.
6: If my application is unsuccessful, can I reapply?
A: It is possible for students to reapply to the University, either the following year or in a future year. If your application is unsuccessful and you think you may wish to reapply, you're strongly advised to request feedback on your original application as soon after you're notified of our decision as possible.
7: I have a disability, can I still apply?
A: Yes, of course. There are a number of students with a disability studying at the University. We do our best to support students with disabilities within our capabilities.
8: Can I visit UAST centers before I apply?
A: Of course you can! All you need to do is to arrange an appointment with the Center and they will happily show you around.