Master’s Program In Sustainable Humanitarian Actions


Incredibly, 30 fully sponsored scholarships are now being offered to qualified candidates who have a passion for humanitarian efforts on a global scale by the first college to ever offer an international humanitarian master’s degree program in Sustainable Humanitarian Actions. The admissions office for the school has now been opened.

The doors to the DIHAD Humanitarian College, which was established through a partnership between the DIHAD Sustainable Humanitarian Foundation and UCAM University, Murcia, Spain, are scheduled to open in October this year. There, students will enroll in a variety of classes and activities that focus on humanitarian issues and accumulate 60 ECTS (European Credit Transfer & Accumulation System) over the course of a single academic year. A practical internship with a committed partner will also be a component of the master’s degree curriculum through the DIHAD (Dubai International Humanitarian Aid and Development Conference and Exhibition).


The biggest number ever recorded of people, over 274 million, are in immediate need of humanitarian aid, and over one billion people, or 16 percent of the world’s population, are currently residing in nations that are experiencing protracted crises. For genuine change to have an influence on a society’s dynamic for self-sustainability in the face of an ever-expanding environment of uncharted discoveries and convoluted political borders, the knowledge and experience of a humanitarian official must excel. Given the complexity of these problems, novel solutions are required.


One of the main discussions and keynote topics in the master’s degree program at DIHAD is the understanding that knowledge of international affairs and projects full of innovation are some of the most strategic parts to a humanitarian mission’s success. These topics include sustainable economy, humanitarian leadership, and humanitarian future and foresight. Whether working for a commercial or public organization, an international humanitarian emissary must constantly learn and develop in order to keep up with the rapidly shifting economic conditions and geographic challenges they may encounter. The master’s program also emphasizes crucial topics in soft power engagement and diplomacy while discussing issues in strategic management for safe and responsible action.


The chairman of the DIHAD Sustainable Humanitarian Foundation, H.E. Amb. Dr. Abdul Salam Al Madani spoke on the significance of providing support and opportunities to individuals who wish to achieve humanitarian excellence. The launch of the DIHAD Humanitarian College and its potential to elevate the humanitarian industry are exciting developments, according to H.E. Through this new master’s program, students will be inspired to push the boundaries of conventional thinking and action when dealing with humanitarian issues and crises, providing the field with much-needed innovation. Our goal is to further develop the minds and character of the humanitarian professional. We plan to encourage people who have a strong drive and passion for contributing to the creation of a better, more sustainable future for all of humanity by launching the admissions season with 30 fully financed scholarships.


“Being in the humanitarian field for the last 10 years, I am incredibly delighted and pleased to finally have the first humanitarian master program that focuses on the sustainable humanitarian action attitude,” said Eng. Khaled Al Attar, Program Director of DIHAD Humanitarian College. The program will be appropriate for philanthropists from various sectors to acquire the futuristic skills they require, such as critical thinking, problem-solving, future foresight, management, innovation, and other taught modules that will be like a toolbox for philanthropists to utilize them best in their specialized humanitarian sector.


“The program will be innovative, our faculty are leaders in the field, in addition to the extraordinary guest speakers, all those factors will play a significant role in shaping the future of humanitarian action, which will bring more sustainable actions and initiatives that would change the world and the future,” he continued.


“We feel that this is an opportunity to expand UCAM’s mission in higher education with values, as it is crucial to equip professionals in the humanitarian crisis management sector,” said José Luis Mendoza Garcia, Director of Institutional Relations at UCAM. By fostering students’ capacities as individuals and members of the society they are meant to serve, we shall contribute to the cultural, social, and economic development of society while fostering conditions for improving the quality of life and overall environment.


It is highly advised that interested candidates go to the DIHAD Humanitarian College website to learn more about the specifics of the Sustainable Humanitarian Actions master’s degree program’s curriculum and to get a thorough overview of the admission requirements.


The DIHAD Sustainable Humanitarian Foundation, in collaboration with UCAM University in Murcia, Spain, the Waterfalls Global Initiative, the Department of Behavioral Rewards of the Ministry of Possibilities in the UAE, and INDEX Holding, established the DIHAD Humanitarian College.