Royal University for Women provides its students with the flexibility of learning mode

13,Sep 2021

As part of its preparations to welcome the students for the new academic year 2021/2022, Royal University for Women announced the offering of multiple options for student’s learning mode to choose their preferred method for the first semester in addition to following the Traffic Light System for Campus attendance, to assure the health and safety measures of COVID-19 and providing students with flexibility and smoothness of the educational process.  As part of its preparation for the welcoming of students for the academic year 2021/2022, and in accordance with directives from the The National Taskforce for Combating the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the Green level of the Traffic Light System, Royal University for Women is delighted to announce the availability of full options for study mode for all its students.

The President of the Royal University for Women, Prof. Yusra Mouzughi, stated that "RUW students are our top priority, and we ensure that we not only hear their voices but also act on their requests. We conducted a survey to understand the preferred learning mode for the new semester, to meet their needs and achieve their aspirations, and results varied between physical attendance at the university, or online learning, or a combination of both. Based on this, the university is able to fully accommodate their preferred choices, through pre- coordination with the university.

Professor Mouzughi pointed out that the admissions are still ongoing at the university for students wishing to enrol. RUW offers a unique, high quality and much sought-after degree aligned with market needs.  These include Bachelor of Business in Banking and Finance, Bachelor of Business in Human Resources, Bachelor of Business in Marketing, Bachelor of Business in International Business, Bachelor of Arts in Fashion Design, Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design, Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design, Bachelor in Architectural Design, and Bachelor of Law. Notable, the Bachelors of Law is the only bilingual law programme in the Kingdom of Bahrain where   60% is taught in English and 40% in Arabic. In addition to that, admission to postgraduate programmes are open for the Master in design management, Master of Fine Art in Drawing and Painting and the recently launched MBA– Master of Business Administration.

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