Q: What’s the difference between a government university and private university degrees?
A: There is no difference between government and private university degrees, private universities are also accredited with the Ministry of Higher Education and at the end of the four years bachelor program, the Ministry of Higher Education will award the degrees to the students.
Q: Are there age limitations to attend Borna University?
A: In general, you must have completed high school and you must be at least 17 years of age.
Q: What is the academic calendar in Borna University?
A: The academic year usually runs from April through December with breaks for holidays and the annual vacations are according to the government universities.
Q: What is the length of study for Bachelor programs in Borna University?
A: Bachelor: a four-year program where students earn credits in a wide variety of courses.
Q: Can I transfer to Borna University from another university?
A: Yes, you can.
Q: How can I find out if an institution/university is accredited?
A: Search the Website of the Ministry of Higher Education or contact them directly to see if an institution/university is accredited.
Q: What is the credit system in Borna University?
A: A credit is a value assigned to each course which reflects the number of hours the class will meet with the professor each week.
Q: What is a GPA?
A: Grade Point Average (GPA) is a numeric indicator for a student's academic performance, calculated on a scale of 4.0.
Q: How can I apply online for Bachelor programs at Borna University?
A: You can apply online through the link http://borna.edu.af/en/page/44 .
Q: What Degrees do Borna University offer?
A: Borna University offers Bachelor programs for now.
Q: Is foreign Language (English) required for admission in to BBA program?
A: English is a graduation requirement and must completed to graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree, also all subjects are taught in English.