You have made a decision to transfer to the Westminster International University in Tashkent. In order to be considered for admission, you should make sure that you have met the minimum admission requirements and followed all the steps to become a student.
First of all, you need to make it clear for yourself which course you wish to choose. If you have already studied or currently study at a university at the bachelor level, then you can apply for direct entry to undergraduate courses - more information on the undergraduate courses is available here.
If you already hold a bachelor degree and currently study at the postgraduate level at a university then you can consider transferring to postgraduate courses at WIUT - more information on the postgraduate courses is available here.
Once you have made the decision about your course you need to fill in the WIUT application form at admission.wiut.uz website – instructions are available here.
After filling in the application form you will be provided with username and password to the WIUT admission system. You will need to provide evidence of meeting the minimum admission requirements for the course, which you have selected, in this system.
If you are applying to the Undergraduate course, then you will need to provide evidence of your mathematical ability – must be equivalent to the GCSE level in the UK (minimum pass mark is C). If you do not have GCSE mathematics certificate, then you may consider registering to the WIUT mathematics entrance exam through the admission system.
As you are applying as transferring student, you will need to provide your official transcript from your current university and any other documentation that would be required by the WIUT admissions team. This will be communicated to you via the personal cabinet in the WIUT admission system.
Provided that you have uploaded all the documentary evidence of meeting the minimum admission requirements into the system, your application will be considered by the WIUT admission board. The decision of the board can be either issue of an unconditional offer or conditional offer or refuse admission in case, for example, if you did not meet the minimum requirements.
An Unconditional offer made by the board means that there are no further academic requirements that you need to meet. If an unconditional offer is issued, then you will be notified of this through the personal cabinet in the admission system.
A Conditional offer means that there are still requirements that you need to meet before you can be considered as eligible for admission. If a conditional offer is issued, then you will be notified of this through the personal cabinet in the admission system. You need to make sure that you fulfill the additional requirements by the dates specified in order to be considered for the unconditional offer.
Refusal of admission means that you cannot be considered for the current academic year and you will need to apply for the next admission cycle.
Once you get a notification of the receipt of the Unconditional offer you will need to pay the contract and fulfill the administrative requirements that would be communicated to you through the Unconditional pack or through your personal cabinet in the WIUT admission system. The administrative requirements might include enrolment, module registration, submission of documents etc. If you fail to meet the administrative requirements your Unconditional offer may be revoked or deferred to the next admission cycle.
Recognition of Prior Learning
If you have previously studied at university level, or you have equivalent experience, you may be able to get credit for this on your course at WIUT.
• For example, if you have previously passed a module with similar content on a programme of study taken elsewhere, you may be awarded 20 Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) credits for this module. You would then be exempt from the requirement to complete this module within your new programme.
• The maximum number of RPL credits accumulated at another institution that may be credited towards a WIUT award will be considered according to the Handbook of Academic Regulations.
Recognition of Prior Certified Learning (RPCL)The Recognition of Prior Certified Learning (RPCL) is defined as the process by which appropriate certificated learning from another institution is accredited towards a University of Westminster award. The prior certification should be provided by a recognized academic institution as a result of a rigorously assessed learning experience. Credit for learning which has been gained from an uncertified course (or where the certificate is in respect of attendance only) should be claimed through the RPEL route.
Recognition of Prior Experiential Learning (RPEL)The Recognition of Prior Experiential Learning (RPEL) is defined as the process by which appropriate experiential learning is assessed and accredited. Experiential learning can be described as the knowledge and skills acquired through life experience, work experience and study which are not formally attested through any educational or professional certification. It may also include instruction-based learning, provided by an institution, which has not been examined in any of the public examination systems. It is important to note that it is the learning derived from the experience that is accredited, rather than the experience itself.