Admission at GJU graduate studies is decentralized and the final decision is made at the department. The application deadline for Fall is in September and for Spring is in February of each year. Students need to fulfill the following requirements in order to get accepted into GJU graduate program:
- Must hold a Bachelor's degree with a minimum average of “good” or equivalent, from a recognized university or a higher diploma with minimum average of “very good” or equivalent. Bachelor students with a “satisfactory” average, or equivalent, may be accepted only if they abide to regulations of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research.
- Bachelor’s student studies and attendance must have been on a regular basis.
- The Bachelor's degree has to be in a field that qualifies the student to study the major program that he/she wishes to enroll in.
- Student must show a documented proof indicating he/she successfully passed the Foreign Languages Proficiency Test (English language) (TOEFL, IELTS) in accordance with the decisions of the Higher Education Council. As for programs that require German Language Proficiency, passing Test-DaF 4 should be before the student begins writing the thesis and before taking the comprehensive exam as a requirement for graduation.