On Wednesday, November 24, 2021, the Doha Institute for Graduate Studies organized the second introductory day for undergraduates who wish to complete their postgraduate studies in the various programs and specializations offered by the DI for the academic year 2022-2023.
This event, which is supervised by the Deanship of Student Affairs, aims to provide an opportunity to answer questions related to admission standards, requirements, dates, scholarships, and other accompanying services on campus. It is also an opportunity for students wishing to obtain a master's degree to meet other new students who are about to make the same decision and to meet students from the Institute in the same major or the same college, which enriches their information and increases their curiosity to find out more about the scientific and research life at the Institute.
The introductory day, which was held at the Institute's headquarters, included several programs ranging from presentations on master's programs, sharing study experiences, to members of the faculty presenting the study options available at the Institute, providing participants with sufficient information about study programs, and answering their inquiries in a special suite dedicated for each program.
It should be noted that the Institute organizes these introductory days every year to introduce the Institute's mission based on research and discovery as an essential part of the learning and teaching experience at all levels, and to clarify the registration and admission criteria and the Institute's future aspirations.
The Doha Institute for Graduate Studies offers eighteen master's programs in two colleges: the School of Social Sciences and Humanities, which offers master's programs in (philosophy, history, sociology and anthropology, political science and international relations, journalism, media, and cultural studies, Arabic linguistics and lexicography, comparative literature, psychology, Social Work, Critical Security Studies, Conflict Management, and Humanitarian Action, and Masters in Human Rights), and the School of Public Administration and Development Economics that offers Masters in Public Administration, Executive Masters in Public Administration, Masters in Development Economics, Masters in Public Policy and Dual Executive Masters in Business and Public Administration.
The Doha Institute for Graduate Studies had begun receiving applications for admission to master's programs for the next academic year 2022-2023. Acceptance of applications for admission will continue until January 20, 2022.
The Doha Institute for Graduate Studies is an independent institution for postgraduate studies in social, human, administrative, and economic sciences, founded in 2015 based in Doha, in the State of Qatar. Arabic Language is the main language for study and research and is supported by other common languages. The Institute also aims to qualify researchers who can advance human knowledge in accordance with international scientific standards, as well as develop professionals who are fluent within their disciplines with advanced skills and enable leaders who can respond to the needs of the Arab region in sustainable development, and intellectual, social and professional advancement.