• Are there tests at the end of the program?

    There are no tests in the program. At the end of the program, a workshop is held.

    The lecturer creates an approximate format for the arbitration sessions to explain how the arbitration procedures work, through which the arbitration participants discuss the problems presented, and how to solve them practically.

  • Is there a specific age, certificate, or nationality required?

    Only qualification is required (high or above intermediate qualification).

  • How do I know if the International Commercial Arbitration Diploma is right for me?

    To determine whether an International Commercial Arbitration Diploma is right for you, you should consider your career goals and interests.

    If you have an interest in international trade and commercial disputes, and would like to pursue a career in international arbitration, then the Diploma may be suitable for you. In addition, you should consider your current level of education and experience.

    If you have a background in law, business, or a related field, you may find the program more useful. You should also research the program's curricula and the institutions that offer it, and ensure it aligns with your career aspirations.

    Finally, you must also consider the cost and time required to complete the program. If you are willing to invest the time and resources to obtain a diploma, then it may be the right choice for you.

  • Does the diploma program occur every month? Can I register for the next month, or are there upcoming diploma programs?

    The diploma program takes place periodically, sir. However, I don't have information about its exact schedule. Additionally, the cost of the diploma may vary and could increase from the current price.

  • Is it necessary for me to be a law student, or is there a specific qualification required to enroll in the diploma program?

    It's not a requirement, of course, especially since the arbitration diploma is an alternative to the judiciary. In this program, all types of contracts in various fields are studied. Therefore, it is not necessary to be a law student or have a specific qualification. The minimum qualification required is a high school diploma to enroll in the diploma program.

  • How did you ensure that I benefited from the lectures and how do you write down the certificates without making sure that I watched the lectures completely?

    Our role as an institution is to provide you with every means to ensure your benefit, whether through advanced academic content and recorded lectures that you can watch at any time, or through the scientific office to address any questions related to the academic material. The lecturer himself will respond to your questions throughout the day. Therefore, it is essential for you to be more diligent in taking advantage of the opportunities provided, as you have undoubtedly invested a sum in exchange for benefiting from the diploma. You won't be able to derive its full value except through actively engaging with the lectures and academic material.

  • Are the certificates recognized in any country?

    Of course, the student receives an accredited certificate from the University of Cairo, attested by the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The student can also authenticate it in any country of residence or nationality.

  • Is it possible for the scientific material to be presented in English?

    The academic content and lectures are presented in the Arabic language, aiming to cater to students from all corners of the Arab world and Arabs from around the globe. Arabic is the primary and most powerful language for Arab learners.

  • Is the diploma accredited by higher education or equivalent to a bachelor’s degree?

    The diploma is professional and not academic; therefore, it is not accredited by the higher education authorities and is not equivalent to a bachelor's degree. However, it is considered superior to academic diplomas for several reasons. Firstly, it holds international accreditation and qualifies you directly for the job market with ease compared to academic diplomas. Additionally, you can benefit from the certificates in a shorter period than an academic diploma.

  • Is the body affiliated with Cairo University, Equity College, or the Bar Association?

    The International Arbitration Council is not affiliated with any specific entity, as it is an independent private organization. AIMST Group is the parent company under which the International Arbitration Council operates, and it has established various collaborative protocols with accredited entities, such as the University of Cairo and Kuwaiti College.

  • How to pay the fees?

    Company branches, such as the branches in the UAE or Egypt.
    Bank transfer through the official company account at Bank Misr or Emirates NBD.
    Online transfer via IBAN or through our website, where you can use your Visa to register your details and pay the fees.
    Personal transfer to the financial manager (for clients facing issues with their accounts or from countries such as Iraq, Yemen, Libya, or Sudan).

  • Are the certificates renewable, and how are ID cards renewed? Is it possible to issue a replacement for lost ID cards?

    The certificates do not have an expiration date, and they are not renewable. However, ID cards are renewed annually, and replacement ID cards can be issued in case of loss.


  • What are the guarantees or credibility indicators for a company or obtaining certificates? I want to translate this into English?

    The International Arbitration Council is an independent body affiliated with the AIMST Group, operating in the field of qualification and training for the past 10 years. The number of students has exceeded 30,000, with continuous growth from Egypt and the Arab world. Verification can be done through our official websites or social media accounts. Our Facebook page is verified by Facebook management, which enforces strict procedures to ensure the credibility and actual existence of the company. The company has multiple offices in the UAE and Egypt, and students can visit any location. Students receive a receipt stamped by the institution immediately after payment. Fees are transferred to a corporate bank account, not an individual's account. Diplomas are accredited by the University of Cairo, the International Mediators Union in England, the Arbitration Chamber affiliated with the General Syndicate of Lawyers in Egypt, the International Court for Dispute Resolution in London, and the Acuity College in London. These are internationally and regionally recognized entities that students can independently verify for cooperation protocols with the International Arbitration Council. The diploma is taught by a group of international arbitration consultants in Egypt and the Arab world who wouldn't risk associating their names with an unknown entity, regardless of financial compensation. Counselor Khaled Iraq, the head of the arbitration office at the Egyptian Ministry of Justice, closed all fraudulent centers in Egypt in 2015 and is currently a lecturer in our institution.

  • Is it possible to obtain certificates and ID cards without attending and watching the videos?

    The diploma is registered, and you can access it at any time so that you can benefit from the academic material and apply it in the job market. However, you will receive the certificates after the completion of the diploma period, and not attending the lectures will prevent you from fully benefiting from the diploma.

  • Is it possible to pay when I receive the certificates?

    Unfortunately, the latest deadline for payment or even submitting the documents is before the end of the current month because there are accrediting bodies that rely on your outputs. If your documents are incomplete or the fees are not paid, your registration may not be approved

  • How do I receive certificates?

    the student themselves if they are in Egypt.
    The student can send a shipping company to collect the certificates on their behalf.
    By paying the shipping fees to the company, the certificates can be sent to the specified address through Aramex or DHL, with a fee of $50.

  • Can I change the job title on the card?

    The person responsible for changing the job title on the card or passport would typically be the professional association or the employer you are affiliated with. The diploma does not change the job title on the card or passport because it is a professional diploma and not an academic diploma or job title

  • Are there exams at the end of the diploma?

    The professional diploma does not follow the examination system; it relies heavily on the practical aspect in lectures, and there is no pass or fail according to the vocational education system.

  • How can I obtain a diploma in just two months?

    The professional diplomas are not based on the number of days but rather on the number of hours. We offer it to you in 60 hours, and for the diploma to be internationally accredited, it must not be less than 25 certified hours. We provide it in 60 hours, allowing you to complete it in just two months. However, the diploma can be taken over a longer duration, but it will not be internationally recognized, and its certificates will not be acknowledged

  • Do I need to have a background in arbitration to enroll in the diploma?

    On the contrary, our role at the International Arbitration Institute is to provide you with information through competent instructors who have extensive experience in the same field.

  • The arbitration I will study will be applied in my country. Will I be studying arbitration in my country's law or in Egyptian law?

    International arbitration, in general, follows unified fundamental rules worldwide because UNCITRAL (United Nations Commission on International Trade Law) is the organization that established the Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration, leading to the development of uniform laws for it.

  • Yes, you can open an arbitration center in your country and provide training for individuals.

    Yes, of course, and this depends on the rules governing the establishment of an arbitration center or training institution within your country.

  • Why are the fees in dollars?

    Students apply to the International Arbitration Institute from various parts of the Arab world and Arabs worldwide. Therefore, it is necessary to standardize the currency and make it in U.S. dollars to facilitate the process for the students.