The table provides the total numbers of registered (Active) students per academic semester (Fall and Spring) classified by college, program level (Bachelor degrees, Master’s degrees, and Doctorate degrees), and gender. The numbers of registered students can also be drill down by the students’ program level, college, gender, degree program, semester, and nationality (national vs international student).
The table provides the total numbers of students who completed their degrees (graduated) per academic year classified by college, nationality (national vs international student), and gender. The numbers of graduates can also be drill down by the program level (Bachelor degrees, Master’s degrees, and Doctorate degrees), college, gender, academic year, and nationality.
Graduation rates in undergraduate programs are presented by cohort of students, college, gender, and nationality (national vs international).
The graduation rate (GR) is the percentage of students in a cohort of students who completed their degree within 1.5 times the nominal length of their degree program, i.e.,
Nominal length of an undergraduate degree program:
The nominal length of an undergraduate degree program, in semesters, is the total credit hours of the degree program divided by 15, e.g., the nominal length of engineering undergraduate programs is 147/15 = 9.8 10 semesters or 5 years.
For the sake of simplicity, the nominal lengths of degree programs are rounded to be 4, 5 or 6 years and the corresponding 1.5 times the nominal lengths are taken to 6, 7 or 8. The Bachelor of Medicine is a 6 years program and we exceptionally take its 1.5 times nominal length to be 8 years instead of 9 years to reduce the overall duration for graduation.
Cohort of undergraduate students
A cohort of undergraduate students is composed of all undergraduate students who either completed or met at admission the Foundation English requirements and started taking college courses in a specific academic year.
Once the Foundation program is canceled, i.e., for the 2020-21 cohort and onward, an undergraduate cohort will consist of all undergraduate students who were unconditionally admitted to the University at a specific year. For example, the 2020-21 undergraduate cohort will consist of all the undergraduate students admitted to UAEU in Fall 2020 or Spring 2021.
Exclusions from a cohort
Students whose registration status is “Admission cancelation”, “Application cancelation”, “Admissions deferments” or “Registration Postponement” at the admission year are not considered as part of a cohort.
Inclusion of postponed registration
In the computation of graduation rates, the registration status of a student is determined at 1.5 times the nominal length of his/her degree program, irrespective of whether he/she postponed his/her registration for one or two semesters during this period. The period for determining the graduation status of a student was increased from one to 1.5 times the nominal length of the program for the purpose of accommodating registration postpones or any other reasonable delays in the student’s studies. Note that UAEU policies allow for a maximum of two semesters of postponed registration during a student’s period of study.
A college cohort of students When computing the graduation rate in a specific college, the cohort of students considered in the calculation are the students in the corresponding university cohort whose last college on record is the considered college. For example, in computing the undergraduate graduation rate for the 2012-13 cohort in the College of Engineering (COE), we will only consider students from the 2012-13 cohort of undergraduate students whose last college on record at or before 2018-19 is COE, irrespective of whether they left the University earlier or are still enrolled at the University.
The table provides the total number of faculty members from all ranks and contract types (instructors, assistant professors, associate professors, professors, visiting and adjunct faculty) per calendar year. The numbers of faculty are classified by gender, nationality (national vs international), calendar (fiscal) year, and the University unit (division) the faculty is affiliated to.
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