Ehsass kifalat program: how to apply online
If you are interested in applying to the English as a Second Language program at Blue Grass Community College, we have all of the information you need right here.
There are three different application periods throughout the year, so don’t wait until it’s too late to make your move!
In this article, you can find out when and how to apply during each of these periods, so be sure to read on!
How To Apply Online
The Ehsass Hajj Program is accepting applications for men and women who have decided to go on hajj.
To help you learn about, understand and prepare for your hajj trip, we’ve created an overview of what you need to do as a first-time applicant.
This guide will walk you through each step of applying for Ehsass Hajj.
If you still have questions after reading through our application guide, please feel free to contact us directly at [email protected] or by phone at,
We are here to answer any questions that you may have during your journey toward making hajj possible!
How The Program Works
You fill out an application, providing information about your work experience and academic history.
You can apply by mail or through their website.
Then you’re admitted or wait-listed based on your qualifications. If you’re admitted, you’ll enroll in classes through their learning management system, Blackboard.
There are two tracks for students who want to earn a certificate of completion and get college credits full time and part time/hybrid.
The Application and Interview Process
The application process for EHSAS is fairly straightforward.
The most important step in applying is to submit an English proficiency test.
Academic Test is required and must be taken within two years of registering your application.
You can take it at any time after you have submitted your application, but you cannot take it before applying.
Your score will be valid for two years from when you register your application.
If you do not pass on your first attempt, you may retake it as many times as needed until you do pass.
The Financial Aid Process
It’s very easy for students to get overwhelmed by all of their financial-aid choices, especially if they don’t understand them.
Since funding for a student’s education is very often his or her primary motivation for attending school in the first place, it pays (literally) to know what types of aid are available and how they can be applied.
Here are some of the most common forms of aid:
Title IV Grants/Scholarships:
These grants and scholarships come from federal, state, institutional or private sources.
They usually need not be repaid. Loans must be repaid with interest.
Work study programs provide part-time jobs on campus that pay a portion of your educational expenses, you pay any remaining balance through payroll deductions from your job earnings.
Most schools will match your work hours to your class schedule so you don’t miss classes for work commitments.
Where Can I Go?
Before you can even begin considering whether or not you should enroll, it’s important that you understand where your education will take place.
Consider factors like cost, location, and potential success rates, not just for your own degree, but also in comparison to other programs.
If you’re able to get in touch with current students of a school or college that interests you ask them about their experience.
Also consider how willing they are to help with your decision making process these students were once just like you!