The applicants for BJUT International Summer Session 2019 should fulfill the following requirements:
Be currently attending college/university or high school.
Have proof of proficiency in English.
For details please refer to “English Proficiency Requirement” for more detailed information.
Some courses require relevant academic background.
For details please refer to “Placement Tests and Course Prerequisites” for more detailed information.
English is the language of instruction at BJUT International Summer Session. BJUT International Summer Session requires proof of English proficiency for all summer session candidates. Candidates only may request an English proficiency waiver if they meet at least one of the following conditions:
English native speaker;
Currently studying or having graduated from an institution where English is the main language of instruction;
Submit a minimum required score on the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or IELTS (International English Language Testing System)
A phone interview may be required during the admissions process.
Placement tests are required or recommended for a number of higher level courses. Check in course descriptions to see if a placement test is required and take it as early as possible. Some courses may have prerequisites which are listed in course descriptions. Although candidates are not required to prove they have met prerequisites, candidates are recommended to use them to ensure they are adequately prepared for the courses.
Application Deadline: June 1st
Applicant should download the application form, provide the required information, and submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Steps for Online Application:
Review registration guidelines and meet the requirements that apply to you.
Download the application form, provide the required information.
Complete and submit your application form to email@example.com, and wait for electronic admission letter.
Register for courses through the system and pay tuition.
Courses with limited-enrollment are noted in the Student Center. Register early for these courses, as they may fill quickly. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis, and many courses fill and close before classes begin. If a course is fully registered, your registration request for the course will automatically be put into the Waiting List which does not guarantee enrollment.