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Undergraduate Tuition

VAT

In accordance with the Royal Decree No. 3/113 of 2/11/1438 to impose a Value Added Tax (VAT) of 5% on all goods and services with effect from January 1, 2018 (14 Rabee II 1439). Accordingly, you are required to pay a 5% VAT on all the services provided by the University, starting January 1, 2018 and thereafter.

Tuition Fees

For New Regular / Summer / Visiting / Auditing Students Effective 2019:

Dar Al-Hekma University is a private, non-profit institution of higher education in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It provides a simple and easy admission process including online admission. Complete application packages are available at the Admissions Office.

DAR AL-HEKMA SCHOOLS
Tuition Fee per SemesterTuition Fee by Degree
Per Credit Hour

For Returning and New Students

Tuition Fee per Module

UAPP 

Module 1

SR 12,500

Module 2

SR 12,500

Module 3

SR 12,500

Module 4

SR 12,500

Module 5

SR 12,500



A. The normal tuition fee per semester covers the cost of a normal student load.

B. Normal load is defined as 12-18 credit hours per semester.

C. A load of more than 18 credit hours is considered as an overload.

D. A student who takes overload is to pay the cost of the extra credit hours over and above the university normal tuition fee.


Late Registration Fee:

A. On-time Registration: Students who are registered for at least one credit hour on the day before the first day of classes for the semester fall under "On-time Registration" status. Students who subsequently drop to zero credits and then add a course are still considered to fall under "On-time Registration" status.

B. Late Registration: Students who have not registered at all prior to the first day of classes and who then register anytime between the first day of classes and 4:00 pm on the fifth day of classes fall under "Late Registration" status. Returning students under "Late Registration" status must pay a nonrefundable fee of 1000 SR in addition to their tuition fees. New and reactivated students are exempt from the Late Registration Fee.

Overdue Tuition Payment Fee:

A. The payment due date for tuition of all "On-time Registrations" is between the first day of classes, which is specified in the “University Academic Calendar”, until 4:00 P.M., five working days after classes start.

B. Payment after 4:00 P.M., 5 working days after classes start will be considered a "Late Tuition Payment."

C. The Registration Office will suspend the registration of all students who fail to pay their tuition by 4:00 pm on the 10th working day after the 5th day after the beginning of the semester as per the academic calendar.

D. Failure to pay by that deadline, (4:00 P.M., 10 working days after due date of payment) will subject the student to suspension of her registration. The implications of suspension are:

  • The student will be barred and cannot attend classes, take exams.
  • The student will be blocked from pre-registering for the next semester.


Refund Policy for Undergraduate Program Withdrawals

A. A Regular student who officially withdraws from the university in accordance with official procedures and whose textbooks are still intact is eligible for a refund of tuition fees as follows:

Fall/Spring Semester

1. Before the first day of classes of the semester95%
2. Before the end of the first week of classes80%
3. Before the end of the second week of classes70%
4. Before the end of the third week of classes50 %
5. Before the end of the fourth week of classes25%
6. After the fourth week of classesNone

Summer Tuition Refund Policy

1. Before the first day of classes95%
2. Before the third day of classes80%
3. Before the fourth day of classes70%
4. Before the fifth day of classes50%
5. Before the sixth day of classes25%
6. After the sixth day of classes​​None

B. Sponsorship / Scholarship students (including DAH, AL Elm and MOHE) who officially withdraw from the University on or after the first day of classes are not entitled for a refund as their seats have been reserved.

C. In case a student registers, pays her tuition fees, and does not show up for two weeks after the beginning of classes, she will be considered disenrolled and her tuition payment will not be refunded.

D. Tuition fees are the only type of fees that the Accounting Department refunds.


Payment Options

EXISTING STUDENTS:

Starting Fall 2017-2018 it is mandatory for all existing student to pay their tuition fees through the individual bank account number that is assigned to them by the university.

This bank account number is available on the student's SIS portal under Registration → Student Bank Account Information.
Students should only use the account number that they can view on their portal.


NEW STUDENTS:

New students can pay by the following payment options:

A. Cash payment

Payment can be made in cash by visiting the Accounts Office, a receipt can be provided on request.

B. Payment by check

Checks should be made payable to Dar Al-Hekma University, should include the date, the amount in numbers, and in words and be signed by the account holder. Checks with a date later than the day they are presented (post-dated check) will not be accepted.

C. Bank transfer

BANK NAMENATIONAL COMMERCIAL BANK (NCB)
BANK ACCOUNT NO.13617120000209
ACCOUNT NAMEDAR AL-HEKMA UNIVERSITY
BRANCHHAEL STREET P.O. BOX 10636, JEDDAH 21443 KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA
SWIFT CODENCBKSAJE
IBANSA1710000013617120000209


Bank Transfer

Bank transfers can be made from a KSA or non-KSA bank account. Guardians/students must quote the student's university ID 
number and family name as a reference.
Once the transfer has been processed, please EMAIL the transfer/deposit/payment slip with the student's name and ID number to accounting@dah.edu.sa.

Payment timeframe

All payments are made on a semester basis. Payments are to be made within the first five days of the semester.

Billing

A student will not receive her class schedule or be able to attend any classes, until the semester charges are paid in full. All tuition charges must be paid before the fifth day of classes.

Financial Record

Financial record is the student's complete record of financial transactions with the university. This includes:

  • Billings and payments of fees, scholarships, or financial awards;
  • Accounts payable; and
  • Other fees or fines assigned by the university.

    The Vice President for Finance and Administration is responsible for maintaining the university's billing and financial record. Campus officials may access this record only on a "need to know" basis and will keep this information confidential. No information from this record may be released outside the university without the written consent of the student or her guardian. A copy of the financial record may be provided to a student or her guardian at their request.

Non-refundable fee

Educational Fee:

A non-refundable fee of SR 1,000 per semester (includes IT resources, compulsory training program, labs, facilities and other educational materials).

Application Fee:

A non-refundable application fee of SR 500 must accompany each application for admission.

Registration Fee:

A non-refundable registration fee of SR 5,000 deducted from annual tuition fees.


The above fees are based on the current fee structure of the university and are subject to change.


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