There are two types of university admissions

1- Final (unconditional) acceptance:
It is usually within the specified conditions in most universities around the world and no additional condition is added to it to obtain it.

2- Conditional acceptance:
In which the university offers students admission on the condition that they obtain all or one of the required papers at a later period, there is no need within the conditional admission to possess all the requirements during the application period. Rather, some papers can be attached or sent at a later time and it is not necessary to send them all in advance.

Conditional acceptance Students apply to it at the times when the time for applying for admission to the university is nearing completion, while the student was not able to issue all the necessary papers at this time, so the student applies for a conditional acceptance to send the rest of the papers at a later time.