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The age is not less than (18) and not more than (28) years.
The study stages at the Academy are divided into three stages, which are as follows

Student accommodation, Subsistence, Mobility, Swimming pool, and Fitness Center.

Article (1) Admission Instruction

  1. The age is not less than (18) and not more than (28) years.
  2. To be medically fit according to the prescribed level, and pass the medical examination.
  3. The student must be of good conduct, not have any judicial rulings issued against him, and pass the interview of the faculty committee for admission.
  4. Students who have a high school diploma accept the science course with an average of 70% or more in the navigational or engineering departments.
  5. Students who have obtained a high school diploma accept the scientific course in the navigational or engineering departments with an average of less than 70% after passing the preparatory period at the Academy (Induction Course).

5. Students who have a high school diploma accept the literary section (regardless of the average) in the marine or engineering sections after attending and passing the preparatory period at the Academy (Induction Course).

6. Submit all the required papers for acceptance (application form, secondary certificate, 10 recent personal photos, a copy of the passport, national card or national number, criminal status sheet, birth certificate, copy of the identity card or passport of the guardian).

7. Students are selected by priority of submission, passing the examination that is held at the academy, and paying the fees.

Article (2) Basic Definitions

Study Duration Study Load

  1. The study period is two academic years.
  2. The academic year consists of two semesters.

3. The duration of the semester is (16) weeks (21) credit hours.

4. The preparatory period is one semester for (12) weeks (18) credit hours.

5. The student accepted in the preparatory period is required to pass all academic subjects and obtain an average of at least 60% in order to be able to join the first period.

6. Allow students of the preparatory period who are successful in all subjects and obtained a percentage of less than 60% to re-study no more than (9) credit hours in the summer semester in the subjects in which their averages are more than 50% and less than 60% in order to raise their cumulative average to become more than 60 In the event that they are unable to do so, they are considered to have failed in the preparatory period.

School System

  1. The study is conducted at the Academy according to the rules of procedure for students during the two academic years.

2. A faculty member is appointed as a class supervisor for the purpose of assisting, guiding and directing them and introducing them to the academic study plans and curricula, and the students refer to him for advice on everything related to his academic affairs.

Tuition Expenses

  1. Student tuition fees are paid in US dollars.
  2. Sudanese student fees are paid in Sudanese pounds on the basis of the US dollar exchange rate with its value in the Central Bank.

3. Paying the study expenses before registration and before the beginning of the semester. It is a prerequisite for completing the registration. It is paid in cash at the academy headquarters or deposited in the bank in the academy’s account.

4. The student is exempted from tuition fees by 50% in the event of the death of the breadwinner during the study.

5. All expenses paid by the student during the period of his studies at the Academy are refunded to his family in the event of his death.

6. 90% of the tuition fees paid are refunded in case of withdrawal or postponement of the study until the end of the second week of the start of the study and the student’s party is vacated.

Department Contact Info

School Address

Naval Academy, Sudan, Port Sudan, Main Corniche

Phone

+249929117677
+249120030063 info@sudan.sosarena.com

Open Hours

Mon – Fri9:00A.M. – 5:00P.M.

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Article (3) Registration Procedures

  1. The registration process begins two weeks before the beginning of the semester after paying the tuition fees and ends at the end of the second week of the start of the study.
  2. The student personally completes the registration procedures, taking into account the instructions and timings issued by the Deanship of Admission and Registration at the beginning of each semester.
  3. No student is allowed to register after the end of the specified registration period. The student is considered to have withdrawn from the semester, and an application must be submitted to re-enroll in the following semester.
  4. A student may freeze his studies for a period not exceeding two semesters, and submits a request for freezing to the Deanship of Admission and Registration before the start of the study, and the approval of the dispatched student’s body is required on the reasons for the suspension.

Article (3) Tuition Expenses

Tuition expenses include the following:

  1. Student accommodation.
  2. Subsistence
  3. Mobility
  4. Marine uniform (winter marine suit, summer marine suit).
  5. Swimming pool.
  6. Swimming training.
  7. Fitness and leadership training.
  8. Textbooks, tools and maps.
  9. Academy card.

Article (3) Teaching and student performance evaluation

Appreciation

the value

Verbal Estimate

A+

98 100

Excellent high

A

94 97

excellent

A-

90 93

excellent low

B+

86 89

very good high

B

83 85

very good

B-

80 82

very good low

C+

76 79

good high

C

73 75

good

C-

70 72

good low

D

60 69

Acceptable

F

0 59

fail

W

withdrawn

16 week

Basic – Induction Course

None

Pre-Requisite

Credit Hours

Course Code

Course Title

None

5

Mathematics

BS001

None

5

Physics

BS002

None

3

Chemistry

BS003

None

1

Principles of marine knowledge

N 006

None

3

ESP

BS009

None

1

Leadership

BS020

 

18

Total Hours

 

16 week

Basic Studies – First Semester

Year 1

Pre-Requisite

Credit Hours

Course Code

Course Title

None

3

(1)Mathematics

BS 101

None

3

Physics (1)

BS 102

None

2

Principles of engineering knowledge

BS 103

None

3

Terrestrial navigation (1) (Induction and projection)

N 105

None

3

Principles of seamanship (1)

N 106

None

2

Engineering drawing

N 108

None

2

ESP (1)

BS 109

None

1

Leadership 1

BS 120

None

2

Maritime transport

BS 121

 

21

Total Hours

 

16 week

Basic Studies – Second Semester

Year 1

Pre-Requisite

Credit Hours

Course Code

Course Title

BS 101

3

Mathematics (2)

BSN201

BS 102

3

Physics (2)

BSN202

None

2

Chemistry

BSN203

None

2

Computer skills

BSN204

N 105

2

Navigation (2)-publications &sailing

N 205

None

3

Seamanship (2)- deck operation technology

N 206

None

2

Marine safety

N 207

BS 109

2

ESP (2)

BS 209

None

2

Marine communication & signaling

N 210

 

21

Total Hours

 

16 week

Basic Studies – Third Semester

Year 2

Pre-Requisite

Credit Hours

Course Code

Course Title

BS 201

3

Mathematics (3)

BSN301

N 205

3

Costal navigation (3) & tide

N 305

None

2

Seamanship (3)-collision prevention

N 306

None

3

Electronic navigation system

N 307

BSN 202

2

Ship stability

N 308

BS209

3

ESP (3) Technical report writing

BS 309

N 108

3

Ship construction

N 310

None

2

Meteorology

N 312

 

21

Total Hours

 

 

16 week

Basic Studies – Fourth Semester

Year 2

Pre-Requisite

Credit Hours

Course Code

Course Title

None

2

Passage planning

N 405

None

3

Seamanship (4)-watch keeping & ship maneuvering

N 406

BSN 202

2

Navigation instrument (compass)

N 407

BS 309

1

Maritime English

BS 409

None

3

Celestial Navigation

N 411

None

3

Cargo handling & stock

N 413

None

3

Radar Navigation

N 414

None

2

Maritime low

N 415

None

2

Ship management

N 422

None

0

physical education

BS 423

 

21

Total Hours

 

 

12 months

Approved Sea Training

Year 3

Credit Hours

Course Code

Course Title

4

Practical navigation

TN 501

4

Practical electronic navigation system

TN 504

4

Practical metorology

TN 505

6

Practical seamanship

TN 506

4

Cargo handling practice

TN 508

6

Practical marine safety, ship stability& construction

TN 509

4

Communication & signaling

TN 510

4

marine engineering

TN 511

36

Total Hours

 

 

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