Bahrain Polytechnic announces that the application period to enroll in Bahrain Polytechnic for the Academic Year 2016-17 will end at Thursday, 16th June 2016 at 1 PM, and no further applications will be accepted afterwards.
Mr. Ahmed Malalla, Registry Director of the Polytechnic, has received more than 1700 applications ever since the start the application period on 25th April, and it is expected that the number will be higher during now until 16th June, especially when the final exams have ended for public and private schools.
The Polytechnic has recently announced that it has postponed its entry tests due to the circumstances of the high school students’ final examinations occurring at the same time. Mr. Malalla confirmed that the entry tests will resume as soon as the final exams of the public schools have ended, where it will be conducted during the month of Ramadhan in the morning.
The Polytechnic reminds applicants that all admission related fees will be paid by debit or credit card only, as the institution will be shifting to an electronic payment system, no cash payment will be accepted.
The process of applying to the Polytechnic this year will be done through the internet, which has been the case for the past 3 years and received positive feedback. The applicant would just need to fill the online application form through our website (http://www.polytechnic.bh), print the signature page, pay the application fee (BD 20 non-refundable) by debit or credit card at the Student Information Centre (Building 8), and submit the required documents: an original and copy of passport and smart card, one passport size photo, high school transcript, evidence of good conduct (not more than one year old), medical examination certificate from governmental health centre. If the applicant is applying to the Visual Design programme, they must provide a portfolio of their art work. The registry directorate will then verify the documents, confirm the application, and set a date for the entry tests.