Ahlan-wa-sahlan to MICAD, a graduate program offered by Bethlehem University that aims at preparing excellent leaders and professionals who are committed to sustainable development in Palestine.
Multidisciplinary in its nature, MICAD is taught part-time with intensive lectures mainly on Friday and Saturday, and it covers two academic years. Starting with the fifth cohort, classes and other activities are planned for Thursdays too. Blending theory with practice, the program is built upon five areas of study and research: social studies; economics; international issues; development studies, and project management.
The working language for all academic activities is English, and lecturers are selected among the most qualified faculty in Palestine and also Europe.
We warmly invite you to join us for playing an active role in the challenge of Palestinian development. Feel free to browse through this website and discover all details!