Learn about the online study mechanism for all stages
Aalborg Academy of Science adopts a structured working mechanism for all levels of education. The academy uses modern and sophisticated scientific methods in the online learning process where the Academy provides an integrated electronic system that makes it easier for the academy students to learn through the Internet and provide direct communication between Students and professors as well as providing a comprehensive learning environment.
A- Faculties in a visionary plan gradually moving from one specialization and one section to a number of specializations and a number of departments, each of them working with a defined specialty and degree.
B- The Bachelor’s study section is open in each college and in a variety of disciplines under the supervision of a secondary teachers, and students are taught in a distance-learning way (online) for a period of three years with 9 semesters, including exams and holiday between the semesters.
Master's and PhD
A- The study is divided into five semesters, the first and second semester are allocated for study purposes of 5 subjects. The other semesters which extend over two-year are devoted to the preparation of the thesis, and the duration can be extended to a fifth semester if necessary ‘ which will increase the duration of the study to obtain PhD degree to Three years.
B- A Master’s or PhD student under European law shall be entitled to choose to combine between the two study semesters and the two research semesters or to reduce the stage of study to a research stage only. This is a tradition followed in international universities with a minimum of two years duration of study for the Master’s and three years for the PhD.
Online study Method
A- The student is registered in our electronic system, and enrolled in the program in which the student is accepted (bachelor, master or doctorate), and the student starts to study through the Internet by signing in to our electronic system and then studying the subjects in each semester and then performing the homework required online.
B- Students can communicate directly with professors by asking questions and discussions in the discussion panels of the electronic system. An electronic communication, such as the Skype channel, is also used in case the Professor needs direct contact with the students and this method is used in Theoretical, humanistic and scientific disciplines, except medical disciplines, which require the provision of laboratories.
C- The teacher shall issue the exam questions online to the students, and the students shall be informed of the date and time of the exam and the duration of the exam.
D- The teacher of the subject will put forward meaningful scientific discussions in the discussion sessions. The students should participate effectively in the discussion sessions. The teacher of the subject will comment on the discussions and he will give the students grades according to their interaction and participation in the discussions.
A- short quizzes, quarterly exams, and final exams are done through our electronic system and the Professor informs students of the date of the examination and the time allowed to perform the examination and sometimes the teacher needs to communicate directly with the students via electronic media channels such as Skype.
B- In the preliminary studies (bachelor) there is an examination at the end of each semester of a total of 9 semesters extended over three years.
C- The “Professor” shall set the questions from the examination subject in the manner applied in the traditional education and the student shall answer them in the prescribed time. In order to devote scientific subjects to the student’s mind.
D- For postgraduate students (masters or doctorate) in the two semesters (the scientific supervisor) shall set up research questions to be written in the (research syllabus) and the student’s answer shall adopt the writing method of the (Research Report) by putting up a plan devised from the question and answering each paragraph.
E- Grades shall be placed by the secondary teacher for undergraduate students and by the scientific supervisor for masters and doctoral students and shall be sent to the scientific associate at the Student Faculty. The faculty issues the documents and sends a copy to the Office of Higher Studies and scientific supervision to be placed in the student’s file.