The first step on your path to postgraduate study is finding the right course or research area. Once you have found the course you are interested in, follow these steps:
- Complete the application form available at: http://kic.ut.ac.ir/Application From. Pdf.
Make a scanned copy and submit it with the following documents:
- A scanned copy of your B.A. / B.Sc. degree from an accredited institution with a minimum GPA of 14 out of 20 (2.8 out of 4.0) if you are applying for an M.A or M.Sc. degree.
- A scanned copy of your B.A. / B.Sc. degree and your M.A/M.Sc. degree from the accredited institution(s) with a minimum GPA of 14 out of 20 (2.8 out of 4.0) if you are applying for a Ph.D. degree.
- A scanned copy of official transcripts translated into English
- A scanned copy of two recommendation letters to support student's application for admission
- A scanned copy of applicant's passport (International applicants) or Identification card (Iranian applicants)
- A scanned copy of your recent photograph
Please send the supporting documents which can be taken into consideration.
Submitting the application's documents
All application documents should be submitted to the following E-mail address:
To be considered by the UT- KIC admission committee you will need to meet the general entry requirements as well as the specific entry requirements of your chosen program.
English Language Proficiency Requirements for the programs
To be considered for admission, applicants must be comfortable with rapid and idiomatic spoken English. There are several ways to show that an applicant is proficient in English in his/her application.
- - The applicant's native language is English.
- - The language of instruction at his/her university has been English for the duration of the previous study.
- - The applicant earned one of the following English proficiency test scores:
UTEPT (for Iranian applicants)
UT- KIC has established an Intensive English preparatory program which will be run during Summer, 2018 both in Kish Island and Tehran for students who are qualified to be admitted for the degree program but their English Language skills fall below the minimum required scores. The Program is designed to increase the language skills of students and enable them to succeed in their studies.
The admission for any of the Master or Ph.D. degree programs requires succeeding in one of the above mentioned English proficiency tests.
The mentioned entry requirements are as up-to-date as possible. However in some cases the entry requirements and offers may change.
A university degree can be considered as a great investment in your future. In this section, we provide you with financial facts enabling you to make decisions and manage your finances throughout your university life and beyond.
First of all you should be aware that your life expenditure will vary significantly based on your lifestyle. In below there is a rough idea of what your expenditure may be in a month.
Food $300 to $600
Transportation $50 to $100
Utilities $20 to $50
Sports and Leisure $30 to $80
Rent (off-campus) $700 to $2000
Books and Stationary $20 to $120
Total (With off-campus $1120 to $2950
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Tuition Fees and Regulations
This page contains the Fee Regulations for the University. These are the formal rules setting out what fees must be paid to the University and what may happen if they are not paid. Where this document refers to fees, this means fees which are due between September 1st and June 31st of the relevant academic year.
Annual Tuition Fee for International Students
Students from Persian Speaking Countries
Other International Students
The second and subsequent members of the immediate family studying at the same time
Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences
USD 1450 Per Semester
USD 1800 Per Semester
USD 1250 Per Semester
Arts, Engineering, Basic Sciences
USD 1850 Per Semester
USD 2300 Per Semester
USD 1600 Per Semester
* This is offered only to members of the immediate families of students already paying tuition fees.
Tuition fees for all international students who do not have any course credits will be calculated based on the following table.
The Status of the Student
Waiting for the Comprehensive Exam
Full tuition fees for first semester waiting for the comprehensive exam.
Fixed tuition fees for each subsequent semesters waiting for the comprehensive exam.
Waiting for the approval of the proposal
Fixed tuition fees. **
Full tuition fees for 4 semesters after approval of the proposal.
Fixed tuition fees for subsequent semesters. **
Full tuition fees for 2 semesters after approval of the proposal.
Fixed tuition fees for subsequent semesters. **
** Fixed tuition is 50% of the full tuition for a semester.
Tuition fees in semesters in which students have credits should be paid fully.
The regulations and associated fee tables given here are those that apply in 2018-19. For earlier years you need to refer to the regulations and fee tables for those years. The fee is normally based on the advertised fees at the starting date of the study, unless the student has taken a deliberate vacation from the study and returned afterward.