Admission Requirements

Admission Requirements for Master Program

DIU admits qualified students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin. It does not discriminate against a handicap of any kind in the admissions process or in access to its programs.

To apply for the MBA program, applicants should have completed at least a Bachelor degree from a recognized University.

Students may apply online through the DIU website (  An application form ( may be completed there.

All applicants must furnish us with the following:

  • Application Form – Submitting a completed application for admission to the program (available online and in this catalog) with a US$75 non-refundable application fee;
  • Most recent CV/resume demonstrating a minimum of two years of work experience – Including the applicant’s full mailing address, email address, telephone number, and complete work experience (including the name and contact information of the applicant’s most recent employer);
  • A scanned copy (initially) of the applicant’s Bachelor degree and transcripts. (An official hard copy of the transcripts will be required before 5 courses have been completed;
  • The full address of the university from which the applicant received his/her undergraduate degree should be included;
  • A minimum GPA level of 3.0 at the undergraduate level.  If this was not obtained, then a letter written by the prospective student indicating why he or she wants to enter the MBA program would be required;
  • Demonstration of a basic education in the Sciences, Mathematics and/or the Humanities;
  • A scanned copy of official government identification (such as passport, driver’s license, national ID card etc.) including a color photo;
  • Non-native English speakers should provide DIU with the results of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL).  Applicants must receive a minimum of 530 on the Paper-Based Test (TOEFL PBT) and 71 on the Internet-Based Test (IBT). Students that have attended accredited English language institutions or institutions that are comparable to an accredited English language institution (as defined in the International Association of Universities Handbook) are considered exempt from this requirement.  Transcripts not in English must be evaluated by an appropriate third party and translated into English.

All documents (other than transcripts) in a foreign language should be translated into English.
All official copies and translations should be certified and/or notarized.

Students can send the application documents by email (preferred) or post.  Following receipt, the Admissions Committee evaluates each application, a process that can take from 1 to 3 weeks.  If the application is approved, then an Admissions Letter is sent to the applicant explaining:

  • Total tuition fees and payment plan (Students are given the option of paying in 1, 2 or 15 installments). 
  • Details, duration and maximum time to completion of the program

Once the applicant decides to register, he/she pays an admission fee of $100 and an Enrollment Letter is sent to him/her which contains the prospective student’s access code (username and password) so that they may log on to the e-learning system.  Here they will be able to access course materials.