Our academic year runs from March to November, and applications open in October of the preceding year. Our application period has two parts: (i) Early Admissions, and (ii) Regular Admissions. By applying for the Early Admissions deadline, you have a higher chance of getting admitted and receiving a scholarship.
We will announce applications here and on our Facebook page.
Updated CV (1-2 pages)
Applicants should have a bachelor’s degree from a Myanmar or international university. A strong candidate will also have a demonstrated history of civic engagement, relevant work experience, and/or leadership experience. We may in some cases admit student who have not yet completed their bachelor’s degree if they had their education interrupted and excel in non-academic fields.
How do I write my personal statement:
All diploma programmes require the submission of a 500-word personal statement. This should describe (i) why you are interested in the programme, (ii) why you are a good fit for it, and (iii) how you expect that it will help with your future career plans. A good personal statement should be well-written with good grammar and a clear structure, and we recommend you begin working on it early.
If you are successfully admitted to one of our diploma programmes, you will automatically be considered for financial aid of up to 100% which is awarded purely based on demonstrated need. Admitted students will be required to fill out a detailed financial aid form to evaluate their financial need.
You can apply through our online application form in the regular admissions phase until 30 January 2024:
If you have any questions, please contact the admissions team on firstname.lastname@example.org