The Inbound Students Administration

Tuition Fees


First: Payment of tuition fees in sterling for inbound students until 1/9/2016   

Faculty

Tuition Fees in Sterling

Undergraduate Stage

Postgraduate Stage

First time Registration fees

Annual Tuition Fees

First time Registration fees

Annual Tuition Fees

Diploma

Master Degree

Doctoral degree

Theoretical Faculties

1000

1000

1200

1000

1200

2000

Scientific Faculties

1500

1500

1700

1300

1500

2500

 

 

 

        Added to the above fees, the inbound student in the undergraduate stage  has to pay other fees
 in the local currency for the account of the Inbound Students Welfare Fund and their clubs as follows:
 

• (150) Egyptian pounds as registration fees submitted on account No. (9/38603/055/9) revenues of the third section (budget) of the Central Bank of Egypt.

 

• (500) Egyptian pounds for each year for those who had early graduated before the year of admission, account No. (5/8124/450/9) Central Bank of Egypt.

 

 

      Tuition Fees for Inbound Students in University Faculties is paid  in US dollars in accordance with

the decision of the Ministry of Higher Education imposed on newcomer students for the academic year 2016/2017.

 

University Stage

First time Registration fees

Tuition Fees in Dollars

  1. Human Medicine

2. Dentistry

3.Engineering

4.Computer Science

5. Pharmacy

6. Physical Therapy

7.Veterinary

 

8.Agriculture

 

9. Nursing

Other colleges and institutes

Bachelor of Arts

or Science

1500

6000

5000

4000

3000

Higher Studies

1500

6000

5500

5000

4500

 

• The tuition fees  and expenses  are applied to newly  inbound  students in the academic year 2016/2017 (the new candidates and the foreign candidates of the same year)  to the account No. (5/18273/082/4).

 

• The system of  Collection of fees and expenses  in sterling applied  before  to the former inbound students already joining study  is to be applied until the academic year 2015/2016, including the following student groups:

1. Deferred  students in the academic year  2015/2016.

2. Re-nominated students  (who have been nominated in previous years) for not completing their registration procedures in the nomination year.

3. Re-enrollment in other faculties due to the extreme failure times in  previous colleges.

4. Those registered in other colleges.

       5. Transferred students  to corresponding colleges in the Egyptian universities.

       6. Nomination cases for candidates who have already  been nominated in previous years (accidentally through the Egyptian Coordination Office or directly through the university without reference to the Ministry).

 

Tuition fees for Syrian students in the undergraduate stage:

 

  • Syrian students who are enrolled in the academic year 2015/2016 and earlier (including the deferred enrollment for the academic year 2016/2017) are treated as Egyptian students in terms of payment of tuition fees and expenses until graduation.

 

 The treatment of Syrian students enrolled in the academic year 2016/2017 is as follows:

  • The first category:  Syrian students with a high school certificate from Egypt are treated as Egyptian students in terms of payment of fees, tuition expenses and the minimum admission to Egyptian universities and institutes.

 

 

• The second category: Students with a high school degree from Syria pay 50% of the expenses and tuition fees imposed on inbound students (they are restricted to the minimum students admission to Egyptian universities and institutes).

 

  • The third category: Students  with a high school degree from other Arab or foreign countries pay the full fees and tuition expenses for inbound students (They are restricted to the minimum admission of inbound students in Egyptian universities and institutes).

 

Tuition Fees for Palestinian Students in the Undergraduate Stage:

50% of the fees imposed on international students shall be reduced in accordance with the approval of the Minister of Higher Education, on the condition that the student obtains the secondary school degree in Palestine.

 

Tuition Fees for Yemeni students  in the Postgraduate Stage:

30% of the tuition fees and expenses in hard currency are allocated to meet the purchase the requirements of  research for postgraduate studies, provided that the missionary pay fees and expenses in hard currency in all disciplines, colleges and universities.

 

 

 

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