- CREDIT TRANSFERS / TRANSFER STUDENTS
Transfer of US and ECTS credit hours from universities in the United States, Europe or elsewhere is done from accredited institutions. To be considered for admission and to have credits for prior academic work evaluated for transfer purposes, a candidate must submit the following documents in addition to the regular application:
- Official transcript(s) sent directly from the colleges/universities where the courses were taken
- Detailed syllabi and course descriptions from the colleges / universities for each course
Students will be considered for transfer to AUBiH, upon completion of at least one semester in good academic standing at an accredited college or university. Evaluation of transcripts, syllabi, and course descriptions is done by Evaluation Committee of the AUBiH Academic Department. AUBiH undergraduate students must complete minimum 120 US or 240 ECTS credits in order to obtain BS or BA degree. Transfer students are required to take at least 30 US or 60 ECTS credits within the AUBIH program before the BS/BA diploma can be awarded. Applications from visiting students are usually considered for a study on a full-time basis.
- Fall Semester starts in October- send application no later than 3rd of September
- Spring Semester starts in February- send application no later than 5th of January
- Summer Abroad Programs starts in June- send application no later than 1st of April
Academic Services creates annual Academic calendar to keep track of activities at AUBiH. Important dates such as midterm and final exam weeks, holidays, start and end of semesters’ dates may be found there.
Semester I - Fall 2018
|Week 1||October 22||Monday||Fall semester starts|
|Week 1||October 28||Sunday||Day time savings (-1 hour)||BiH|
|Week 2||November 3||Saturday||Last day to Make up Spring 2018 Incompletes (I)|
|Week 5||November 25||Sunday and Monday||Statehood Day ** - no classes|
|Week 7||December 3 - 8||Monday - Saturday||Midterm exam week 1*|
|Week 8||December 10 - 15||Monday - Saturday||Midterm exam week 2*|
|Week 10||December 24 & 25||Monday & Tuesday||Catholic Christmas - no classes|
|Week 11||Dec 31 - Jan 2||Monday - Wednesday||New Year's Days - no classes|
|Week 12||January 6 & 7||Sunday & Monday||Orthodox Christmas - no classes|
|Week 15||January 28 - February 2||Monday - Saturday||Final exam week * / Make up week ****|
|Week 15||February 3||Sunday||End of Fall Semester - winter break starts|
|Week 16||February 4 - February 9||Monday - Saturday||Final grades consultation week / Final exam days (if needed)||For Students & Faculty|
|February 11||Monday||Last day for submission of final grade rosters||For Faculty only|
|February 18 - February 25||Monday - Monday||Days for signing students' indexes and documentation||For Faculty only|
|February 24||Sunday||Last day of Winter Break|
Semester II - Spring 2019
|Week 1||February 25||Monday||Spring semester starts|
|Week 1||March 1||Friday||Independence Day ** - no classes|
|Week 2||March 9||Saturday||Last day to Make up Fall 2018 Incompletes (I)|
|Week 4||March 24||Sunday||Day time savings (+1 hour)|
|Week 7||April 8 - April 13||Monday - Saturday||Midterm exam week 1*|
|Week 8||April 15 - April 20||Monday-Saturday||Midterm exam week 2*|
|Week 10||May 1, 2 & 3||Wednesday, Thursday & Friday||Labor day** - no classes|
|Week 15||June 3 - June 8||Monday-Saturday||Final exam week * / Make up week ****|
|Week 15||June 9||Sunday||End of Spring Semester - summer break starts|
|Week 16||June 10 - June 15||Monday - Saturday||Final grades consultation week / Final exam days (if needed)||For Students & Faculty|
|June 17||Monday||Last day for submission of final grade rosters||For Faculty only|
|June 24 - July 1||Monday - Monday||Week for signing students'indexes and documentation||For Faculty only|
* Midterm exam week & Final exam week: Professors are expected to give all Midterm Exams and Final Exams during these weeks
** If on a work day, it will be a day off, if on the weekend it will not be moved to Friday or Monday unless FBiH/RS Ministry brings a new decision prior to the holiday
*** These religious holidays are based on lunar calendars and may change
**** During this week, professors can make up the lectures they missed due to holidays, visiting lectures, etc.
Bosnia and Herzegovina consists of two entities: the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH) and the Republic of Srpska (RS) BiH - dates pertain to entire Bosnia and Herzegovina (Tuzla & Sarajevo campuses) FBiH - dates pertain to the Federation of BiH (Tuzla & Sarajevo campuses)
Note for faculty: For holidays not listed above - please submit a request to the Academic Services (especially because of make-up classes)
Academic Services reserves the right to make changes if and when necessary in accordance with the policies and procedures of AUBiH.
We are pleased that you have made the decision to apply for Study Abroad or to become an International Student at AUBiH! Our staff is committed to assist you in each step along way and we look forward welcoming you to AUBiH and Bosnia and Herzegovina!
To complete and submit your application please download the Application Form.
After filling out your application, you can send that and the following supplementary materials via e-mail to email@example.com.
Supplementary Materials include:
- Copy of English translation of University transcripts
- Copy of passport or ID card
- Copy of birth certificate
- Copy of passport style photo
- 2 letter of recommendation
- 1-page personal statement explaining your interest, motivation and past experiences that led you to apply for the AUBiH summer program.
- Parental Consent form (Only needed for students under the age of 18.)
- TOEFL certificate or proof of English ability (Only needed for NON-NATIVE speakers.)