The Royal University for Women announces the opening of admission for the first semester of AY 2021/2022

13,Jun 2021

The Royal University for Women announced that admission is now open to students who graduated from high school or those who wish to transfer from universities by receiving applications for the first semester of the academic year 2021/2022.

The Director of Admission & Registrationat Royal University for Women, Mr Sami Mohammad Dagash, stated that applications for admission from high school graduates or students who wish to transfer from another university inside or outside the Kingdom of Bahrain will be received online through the university’s official website  without the need for personal attendance to the university’s campus, to ensure the safety of all our students in the face of the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19).

The University Registrar, Mr Dagash explained that the application system had been updated to ensure an easy and seamless experience for all applicants.  The requirements for admission are available on the university's website, where students can view the instructions for applying, complete the application, upload the required documents in the attachments section and send the application simply by a click of a button.

Mr Dagash added that the University provides female students with the opportunity to excel in a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs, as they can apply for the following majors:

College of Business & Financial Sciences:

Bachelor of Business in Banking and Finance,

Bachelor of Business in Human Resources,

Bachelor of Business in Marketing,

Bachelor of Business in International Business,

Master of Business Administration (MBA)


College of Creative Art & Design:

Bachelor of Arts in Fashion Design,

Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design,

Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design,

Bachelor in Architectural Design,

Master in Design Management,

Master of Fine Art in Drawing and Painting

College of Law

Bachelor of Law, (only bilingual Law program  in the Kingdom taught 60% in English and 40% in Arabic.

Mr Dagash added that the university offers a number of partial scholarships that cover a percentage of the tuition fee. Applicants eligible for RUW scholarship must show evidence of having high academic standing in their high school grade.

Mr Dagash pointed out that the Royal University for Women seeks to provide all the necessary tools for students to have a smooth application process. This includes explanatory videos posted on the official social media channels of the university explaining the steps for applying for admission. Students who wish to join the university can also communicate with the admission and registration staff who will help and respond to inquiries through calling the toll-free number 80008900 or through the direct messaging in WhatsApp application number 38898800 or through the live chat service available on the university's website  or by emailing

It is worth noting that the Royal University for Women is the first private university in the Kingdom of Bahrain to receive Institutional Accreditation from the Higher Education Council (HEC), and it is also recognised and recommended by the Ministry of Education in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the Bachelor programmes, the State of Kuwait for the College of Business and Financial Sciences Bachelor programmes and by the Ministry of Higher Education in the Sultanate of Oman for all programmes.

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