Frequently Asked Questions

A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university with good grades in any discipline.

The Master of Waqf Management - Humanitarian Action.

The Master's course consists of 30 academic hours

the Master’s program run for two semesters and a thesis.

Yes, after the approval of the Scientific Council and the presence of a class at the same level.

The final exam will be online and test centers can be allocated.

The Master will be completed with a thesis equivalent to nine academic hours.

You can download the Master’s degree program concerning the required major (Waqf Department - Department of Humanitarian Action) through the website.

7 thousand dollars (seven thousand dollars).

The study does not require a specific nationality or country of residence.

The student is committed to the existing study plan for the Master Thesis.

The Master’s degree is accredited from the American University of Humanities.

The U.S. Department of Education for Higher Education, the U.S. ‎Department of State and the Embassy of the student country.
If the student desires to appoint the university as representative, there will be a fee of USD 500

Yes, it's recognized in countries that recognize the distance learning (see Ministry of Higher Education in the country where you live)

Distance learning through direct lectures and student has to attend for interaction and study.

This can be done by studying each major separately since the two majors can not be studied in one course.

Yes, if the Scientific Council approved.

The study is subsequently identified by a separate declaration.

All means of communication will be electronic and they can communicate by phone when needed.

All the subjects are live through distance learning. Some subjects can be recorded in case of need.

Yes, there are platforms for discussion among students.

The supervisor is chosen by the student. Also, the student has the right to choose the supervisor of his thesis, and the supervisor approves according to his available time. The request is submitted to the Scientific Council for final approval.
The student introduces the subject of his thesis to the supervisor to develop the appropriate plan and discuss the thesis research methodologies.
The supervisor is committed to follow up the thesis and make observations and instructions throughout the academic year, the period of the thesis.
If the student couldn't select an appropriate supervisor for his thesis, he may apply to the Scientific Council to nominate the appropriate supervisor.
Online meetings are held between the student and the supervisor on a periodic basis, which is flexible between the student and the supervisor to discuss the thesis and updates.
These meetings can be conducted by phone if needed.
After the completion of the thesis within the specified time period, the supervisor will review it carefully and meet the student to prepare the final form of the thesis and then submit it to the Scientific Council to approve the thesis. The Scientific Council will set a date for the final discussion.

The Scientific Council is one of the departments within the educational institution that supervises the scientific affairs of faculty members, research, studies and publishing.

The Scientific Council consists of a president and four members who are selected and nominated by the Board of Directors of the educational institution.

1- Developing annual and multi-year plans for education and research.
2- Encouraging scientific research, writing, translation, making suggestions on specialized research topics, setting rules and incentives to encourage scientific research and arbitration, and recommending the issuance of scientific courses.
3- Preserving academic and scientific standards at the university and making suggestions and recommendations on renewable issues.
4- Considering applications and referrals submitted by the Board of Directors.
5- Following up students' scientific inquiries and answering them.