Applicants seeking admission to the Master of Arts in Applied Islamic Ethics should have a bachelor’s degree with a strong academic record (minimum 3.0 GPA or equivalent) from a recognized institution. Applicants from all academic backgrounds may apply to this program.
Applicants are required to submit an IELTS score of 6.5 or a TOEFL score of 79 in order to demonstrate their proficiency in English. Applicants may be exempt from this requirement if they meet one of the conditions listed below:
Admission for the Master of Arts in Applied Islamic Ethics for the 2019-2020 academic year is now closed. For information about applying for the 2020-2021 academic year, please continue to monitor this site as we will post information in a few months.
Official electronic copies of transcripts should be submitted as part of the online application. Final transcripts are required for all previous university studies. All transcripts submitted should include an explanation of the grading system.
For those who have not completed their current studies, transcripts must include results from the last completed semester of coursework. Transcripts in languages other than English or Arabic must be accompanied with an official translation.
Applicants who are admitted to the program based on copies of or incomplete transcripts are required to provide original transcripts upon enrollment in order to register for courses.
Official copies of standardized test results, where required, must be sent directly to HBKU. Please refer to the institutional codes below:
Applicants should also submit copies of their test scores with the online application.
Applicants should submit at least two letters of recommendation, one of which must be from an academic referee. Referees should send their letters of recommendation from their professional email directly to . Letters which are not directly written for this program or which are incomplete will not be accepted.
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Applicants should submit a personal statement as part of their online application. The statement should explain why they are applying and how their studies will contribute to the achievement of their personal objectives, including information about past achievements and challenges they may have faced in their academic or professional life (minimum of 300 words, maximum of 500 words). Personal statements which are incomplete or below the minimum word count will not be accepted.
Applicants should submit a copy of their current resume or curriculum vitae as part of the online application. This should include the following information:
All applicants should submit an electronic copy of their passport as part of the online application. Nationals and residents of Qatar should also submit their Qatari ID.