Admission to graduate programs is based on merit. It is offered to applicants holding undergraduate degrees from RHU or other accredited institutions. Students can apply to graduate studies for the fall or spring semesters. Applications are available at the Admission Office or can be downloaded
In this page you’ll find all the information you need about requirements and how to apply to your program of choice at the Graduate level.
To be considered for admission to graduate studies at RHU, applicants must submit the following documents:
An Applicant who has received the undergraduate degree from an institution other than RHU and does not meet the RHU admission criteria is requested to sit for an interview with the Graduate Admission Committee (GAC) of the concerned college. Based on the assessment of the candidate’s aptitude for graduate studies, the GAC may make one of the following recommendations:
Take the GRE for applicants to the College of Engineering or GMAT for applicants to the College of Business Administration and based on the acquired score the GAC identifies the candidate’s areas of weakness or gaps of knowledge and recommends that the candidate takes a set of background courses to improve his/he competence level
Holders of a diploma from a technical institute are eligible to join the MS program in an engineering field related to the diploma. As a condition for acceptance, a student must take 24 credits of undergraduate courses as required by the MoHE.
The Office of the Student Affairs is responsible for many functions that serve to support the nonacademic aspects of University life that improve students’ potential of academic success and help them attain a meaningful holistic experience. The Office manages students clubs and societies, promotes athletic and creative activities, organizes cultural events, oversees housing facilities, provides counseling services, holds students elections and organizes student orientation programs. A brief overview of the various functions and services is presented in the following.
There are two separate dormitories at Rafik Hariri University, one for the female students and the other for the male students. For more information, click here.
The indoor sports center and outdoor tennis, football and basketball courts at RHU provides ample opportunities for students, faculty and staff to participate in their favorite sports hobbies and training needs.
There are free bus shuttles that transport students from the dormitory to Damour’s highway. Shuttle bus service is available to transport students to the RHU campus from and to several areas in Lebanon.
The University medical clinic has a resident nurse that provides RHU students, faculty and staff preliminary healthcare services round the clock.
The cafeteria at Rafik Hariri University serves a variety of traditional and international cuisines at reasonable prices during the day and through the evening hours.
There are student lounges to relax and get some entertainments such as billiard, chess and other facilities. Each dorm also has two rooms, one for social sit-in and the other for study.