KUMS / Admission / FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions


• When to apply?

KUMS enjoys a rolling application system. Students are able to apply at any time. Our fall semester starts late September, and our spring semester starts late January.

• How to apply?

You can apply by visiting our website and completing the Online Application Form. The online application form can be accessed from the link below:

 online application form

• What will happen after I submit my application?

In case you submit all the required documents, your application will be processed by two committees, and you will be informed of our decision in a period of one month. In case there are missing documents in your application, our colleagues will contact you and ask for the missing documents.

• What are the requirements for admission?

You can find all admission requirements in the following webpages:

Undergraduate Requirements

Postgraduate Requirements

• Who is eligible to apply?

With the exception of the following two groups, anyone who has at least finished high school and meets our admission requirements can apply to KUMS:

- Native Iranians: Individuals who possess an Iranian passport

- Iranians with Dual Citizenships: Iranians who possess dual citizenship, i.e. they have an Iranian passport as well as that of another country

Iranian applicants who possess an Iranian passport must take the Nation-Wide University Entrance Examination (known as Konkoor) and achieve the necessary ranking in order to be eligible for being admitted to KUMS.

• How much is the tuition fee?

Tuition fee at KUMS varies between levels and certain majors. Follow the link below to find the tuition fee of your intended major and level:

Tuition Fees & Expenses

• Who should sign my Letters of Recommendation?

Letters of Recommendation are highly significant documents in the application process, and you should invest in them as they can be quite influential in your admission.

Individuals who have a good deal of knowledge regarding your abilities, personality, achievements and potentials, and with whom you have had a high level of interaction during your previous academic or professional career, can be suitable for writing and signing your letters of recommendation. These individuals include previous professors and instructors, thesis/dissertation supervisors, dean of school/faculty etc.