• Completion of PGD in Counseling Psychology, or
  • Bachelor Degree in Psychology, Social Work, Health Sciences or Medicine (with 3 papers in psychological sciences) with at least second division or 2.0 CGPA, and/or
  • Masters in Social Sciences subjects with 3 to 6 months training and practice in counseling
  • Selection is based on certificates and entrance exam marks


Graduating from ICMS offers a unique opportunity to play a significant role in the national and international need for crisis and counseling experts. The Institute prepares students for professional positions in the various fields within Crisis Management and Counseling. As trained professionals, MCMS graduates will gain skills and expertise to respond to a range of uncertain, ever-evolving crisis management complexities. They will be prepared to manage and evaluate alternative approaches as well as to make critical decisions that facilitate crisis response and recovery operations. Graduates of the MCP course will be qualified, knowledgeable, skillful, and ethical counselors equipped with the skills to work in a variety of settings with all types of clients.

Graduating from ICMS will aid students in finding work in a broad range of fields, including international organizations such as the United Nations; non-governmental organizations working in the field of crisis management and social justice; in government and the public sector; or as researchers and journalists. Our Master's programs also prepare students to progress to the Ph.D. level.