Statement of Purpose
Graduate Studies at NDU promote humanistic, ethical, and spiritual values in order to enhance intellectual inquiry and awareness of human integrity and solidarity. In addition, the graduate program seeks to develop the mental, physical and spiritual potential of its student body. NDU also seeks to enhance these values through liberal education and career preparation that caters to the needs of Lebanon and the region.
To be eligible for admission to a graduate studies, an applicant must hold a Bachelor degree or its equivalent from an accredited institution of higher education preceded by a secondary school certificate recognized by the Lebanese Ministry of Higher Education as equivalent to the Lebanese Baccalaureate Part II. Admission to graduate programs at NDU is made on a semester basis and follows the same deadlines as specified for undergraduate applicants. Only complete files will be studied.
Applications for Graduate Admission are available in the Office of Admissions or can be downloaded from the NDU Home Page. The application, submitted to the Office of Admissions, should include the required documents indicated on the form with a non-refundable fee of 500,000 LBP. Admission requirements for graduate study are established and monitored by the Departments and Faculties concerned.
The Office of Admissions will process applications, review credentials and issue letters of notification. Applicants may check their admission status on the website; the status is not final until the applicant receives the letter of acceptance from the Office of Admissions.