The Interactive University Post Graduate Studies offers a world class graduate education that is inspired by the excellent management of faculty members. The Graduate Programs are supported by academic and research curriculum that are recognized by the experts in their respective fields.

The Faculty of Postgraduate Studies offers specialized inter-related Information and Communication Technology (ICT) graduate degree programs that promote interdisciplinary scientific research and development (R & D) in both the fundamentals and frontiers of engineering, computer science, information technology, creative multimedia, architecture, space science, and business administration. We ensure quality, excellence, and distinction for our graduates. We believe that a high quality research environment informs high quality education.

The aim of the post graduate studies is to develop high level of knowledge and skilled leaders through creative and critical learning. This offers both coursework and research graduate programs.

We prepare our postgraduate students for a professional career and for academic research development. The emphasis of the program is on both theoretical and practical techniques for the design and development of communication networks and landscape architecture, enabling the postgraduate students to apply their knowledge and skills in a variety of settings and applications.

The curricular program is distinctive from traditional masters program since it offers information and communication technologies (ICT) modern concepts and innovative education to achieve the objectives. This provides opportunities to students to acquire appropriate skills and expertise necessary to lead a team and to undertake research and development in the different fields of postgraduate studies.

The postgraduate students in the University will have the chance to attend classes online or on site in international universities where the institution is affiliated with. The graduates gain employments in the consultancies, local government offices ad in other institutions.