Instituto Policial de Educación

Instituto Policial de Educación located in Dominican Republic. Dominican Republic located in Caribbean. The country has over 10.85 million populations. University accepts local and international student. Universities official language is Spanish and English. There is a most chosen faculties of university: Medical Faculty, Faculty of Economics and Management, Faculty of Literature, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Computer Sciences and more… The university officially registered by the Ministry of education in Dominican Republic.

University offers many degree programs, language courses, certificate programs and social activities. All students can apply online to the university or students can visit registration Office. Language of the university is Spanish. There is a also English Degree Programs.

Instituto Policial de Educación | Programs & Courses

Programs may change.

Instituto Policial de Educación | Tuition Fees

BUSINESS2.500 – 67.000 $
ART2.500 – 67.000 $
HEALTH2.500 – 67.000 $
ENGINEERING2.500 – 67.000 $
LAW2.500 – 67.000 $
EDUCATION2.500 – 67.000 $
GENERAL STUDIES2.500 – 67.000 $
LIBERAL STUDIES2.500 – 67.000 $
Note: Fees may change. Please make sure before making your decision. You can contact us or you can visit university website.

Instituto Policial de Educación | Admission | Enrollment

The university accepts both international and local students. Students must gather following documents to make application:

  • Previous Education Degree Diploma
  • Passport Copy
  • 4 Passport Size Photos
  • Previous Education Transcript
  • Complete Online Application Form
  • Language Certificates (if available any)
  • Colored Copy of National ID Card

Students can apply online by using application form or you can visit university website or you can visit registration Office of university. 

Student Life in Dominican Republic

1. Accommodation

Accommodation options for international students are: 

  • Rental apartment: You can find lots of rental apartments in Guinea-Bissau
  • University dormitory: Foreign students have the opportunity to live in the dormitories of the university if they are in satisfactory conditions.
2. Cost of Living
  • A single person estimated monthly costs are 1200 – 5500 $ USD


Here is a list of scholarships currently offered through the Ministry of Education, Human Resource Planning, Vocational Training and National Excellence. Forms to apply for these scholarships should be obtained from the ministry at the Government Headquarters building during regular working hours (8am – 4pm).

LocationRequirementApplication periodNo. Of Awards/ValueTypeFormatDuration
Varies/Full (Airfare not included)Under Graduate5 yrs
China5 CXC/GCEFeb-Mar
Check Office
Varies/Full (Airfare not included)Under Graduate5 yrs
Mexico5 CXC/GCEMay-June
Check Office
Varies/Full (Airfare not included)Under Graduate and Graduate5 yrs
Venezuela5 CXC/GCEMay-June
Varies/Full (Airfare included)Under Graduate5 yrs
Russia5 CXC/GCE
Below 25yrs
Check Office
Varies/Full (Airfare not included)Under Graduate6 yrs
Japan5 CXC/GCEMarch
Check Office
Varies/FullUnder Graduate7 yrs
*OAS Teritories60 Credits/First Degree
Acceptance Letter
OAS Form
Varies/Full (Airfare included)Under Graduate and Graduate2 yrs
Commonwealth UK New Zealand CanadaFirst DegreeAprilVaries/Full (Airfare included)Graduate2 yrs
Francophone5 CXC/GCE
Fluent in French
Check Office
Varies/Full (Airfare not included)Under Graduate4 yrs
Informations may change. Please make contact with university.

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Important Notice: When starting your education life, do not just proceed in line with this information. This information provides basic information about the university. Make contact with university before your final decision.For more: List of universities by country

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