Student Data Modification
• The average time for application submission: 2 working day
Modify the student name in the system in case of typo mistake or changing name legally
(Please before starting with this service, hand the original passport, passport copy, and court letter if needed to the Admissions & Registration Department. The Staff will verify and take the copy only)
1. Click Login
2. Use your ZU ID and password
3. Click Start
4. In case you have a comment, please write it in the comment box
6. Admissions & Registration Department will modify the data in the system.
7. Admissions & Registration Department will send you a notification that the update is successfully done.
1. Original passport
2. Passport copy
3. Court letter if needed
Admissions & Registration Department: Abu Dhabi: RegistrarAuh[@]zu.ac.ae Male Campus 02-5993659 / Female Campus 02-5993773 - Dubai: RegistrarDxb[@]zu.ac.ae 04-4021444
1. The official request must be submitted by the student
Goal 11: Make cities inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable.
Goal 12: Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns.
Several sustainable development goals are embedded within the services of Registrar’s Office, ensure a quality education by providing quality services. This includes streaming our services to our students to allow them to have peace of mind and focus on their education and personal development than be burdened by administrative paperwork and making inconvenient trips to the campus. Course registration as well as requests for enrolment confirmation and attestation certificates have become web-based services significantly reducing paper waste. This in turn reduces our carbon footprint and helps mitigate the effects of climate change, and the greenhouse gas emissions associated with visiting the campus is another added environmental benefit. Together these benefits contribute to the responsible consumption and production within our institution while providing a high-quality education, and simultaneously prompting sustainable cities and communities.