MICAD Admission

MICAD is offered to a wide range of candidates interested in studying development issues. Participants are selected from NGO officers, international agencies staff, public administration employees, and university graduates.

Basic requirements are a B.A. degree in any discipline supported by academic transcripts with a GPA of 2.5 and above on a scale of 4.00 (equivalent to 75 on a scale of 100). MICAD scientific committee may accept candidates with a GPA below 2.5 in case it is proved that the candidate has exceptional experience in and shows interest in working in the development field.

Fluency in spoken and written English; standard computer literacy. Fluency in any language other than Arabic is an asset. Working or volunteering experiences in activities for socio-economic development are appreciated, but not strictly required.

The selection process includes three steps:

– Examination of the Application Form;
– Assessment of English fluency through a sit-in test for all applicants (TOEIC);
– Interview with representatives of MICAD Scientific Committee, for shortlisted candidates only, those who have earned a minimum score of 650 on the TOEIC.

The English test will take place at Bethlehem University. Applicants who have already taken the test, either on their own or in previous MICAD selection sessions, may be exempted from re-taking the test. In this case, they should submit a copy of their TOEIC score together with the application form.

* Detailed information on TOEIC is available at www.ets.org/toeic

MICAD Scientific Committee will coordinate the selection procedures and be the sole responsibility for all admissions.

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Application Form

Interested people have to submit the application form along with the required supporting documents to the Faculty of Business Administration by 5 August 2024 during office hours 8:00 – 4:00 Monday through Friday. Late applications will not be considered.

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Specific inquiries may be addressed to the Faculty of Business Administration: 02-2741241 ext. 2427 or by email: luigib@bethlehem.edu and/or vzelof@bethlehem.edu