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Admission Policy

The European Universities in Egypt (EUE) aims to select enthusiastic and dedicated students who seek academic excellence and aspire to achieve extraordinary heights. Harnessing equal-opportunity-for-all policy, EUE applies a competitive entry process to ensure that selected students will achieve their full potential and add to EUE success story.

 

The Foundation Year (FY) at EUE is a preliminary year of study designed to give newly-admitted students the knowledge, skills and confidence to succeed at Honours degree levels. FY modules provide an ideal solution for students who may have chosen A-Level subjects at school that do not qualify them to study a certain degree programme at EUE. Moreover, students who may have not fulfilled the required number of A-Levels do not have to repeat a year at school; instead, the FY at EUE offers them an excellent opportunity to be involved in and experience university life from the outset. In fact, the FY at EUE has flexibility within the subject area to give students the time they may need to decide on their specific pathways.

 

Required Documents for Registration

When choosing a desired university degree programme at EUE, applicants must meet the minimum entry requirements of the hosted university. Applicants are required to complete and submit all the documents below:

  • Transcript of scores/grades in High school/Thanawya Amma/or equivalent
  • Proof of English proficiency; Valid IELTS / Pearson / TOEFL Test with a minimum score determined by the hosted university or the equivalent

Application Process

1. Complete EUE online application.

 

2. Fulfill the English requirements if required (check English requirements here

 

3. Pay application fee of 75 GBP (or equivalent) to any of the following European Universities in Egypt bank accounts at the National Bank of Egypt (NBE) account number:

  • European Universities in Egypt EGP Account – 1403071277308201013
  • European Universities in Egypt GBP Account – 1403061277308203030
  • European Universities in Egypt EUR Account – 1403061277308202027
  • European Universities in Egypt USD Account – 1403061277308201013

 

4. Send final transcripts for grades 10, 11, and 12, along with the proof of payment (bank receipt) and English proficiency to admissions@eue.edu.eg.

English Requirements

Students should acquire one of the following:

International Foundation Programme (Year 0):

  • GCSE in English language (grade C) or equivalent.
  • Proof that you spent five years at a secondary school taught only in English.
  • A proficiency test passed within the last three years.

The following proficiency tests are accepted for the International Foundation Programme, provided they have been awarded within the past three years:

  • APTIS: overall score of at least 140, with at least 21 in Listening, 29 in Reading, 39 in Writing and 29 in Speaking.
  • (IELTS) International English Language Testing System: 5.5 overall, with 5.0 in each sub-test (Academic or General or IELTS Indicator Online Test).
  • Duolingo: must achieve an overall score of at least 95.
  • Password English Language Test: 5.5 overall, with 5.0 in each sub-test.
  • Pearson Test of English, Academic: 46 overall, with 46 in both Reading and Writing.
  • (TOEFL) iBT Test of English as a Foreign Language (including Special Home Edition test): 75 overall, with 18+ in Reading and Writing sub-tests and 16+ in Speaking and Listening.

 

Direct Entry (Year 1) – EMFSS Programme :

  • Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English.
  • Cambridge English Language 1119 conducted by the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate (grade 6).
  • International General Certificate of Education (IGCSE): English as a Second Language (grade B).

The following proficiency tests are accepted for all undergraduate courses, provided they have been awarded within the past three years:

  • APTIS: must achieve an overall CEFR score of at least B2 equivalent with at least B2 equivalent in each sub category.
  • Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English.
  • City & Guilds International ESOL 8984 Mastery award.
  • Duolingo: must achieve an overall score of at least 105.
  • (IELTS) International English Language Testing System: 6 overall, with 5.5 in each sub-test (Academic or General or IELTS Indicator Online Test).
  • Password English Language Test: 6 overall, with 5.5 in each sub-test.
  • Pearson Test of English, Academic: 54 overall, with 54 in Reading and Writing elements.
  • University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate (UCLES) Business English Certificate, Level 3 only (BEC 3 award).
  • (TOEFL) iBT Test of English as a Foreign Language (including Special Home Edition test): 87 overall, with 21+ in Reading and Writing sub-tests and 19+ in Speaking and Listening sub-tests.

 

Students should acquire one of the following:

Foundation Year (Year 0):

  • IELTS 5.5 (5.0 in sub-categories)
  • GPA 3.0 (80%) in H.S Grade 12 English (language or literature)
  • AP grade 3 in (English Language or Literature)
  • IGCSE: English Language B
  • IB: English 5
  • Abitur: English 2+
  • French Bac: English B14

Direct Entry (Year 1) – Engineering:

  • IELTS 6.0 (5.5 in sub-categories)
  • TOEFL IBT 80 (20 in sub- categories)
  • GPA 3.0 (80%) in H.S Grade 12 English (language or literature)
  • AP grade 3 in (English Language or Literature)
  • IB: English 4
  • Abitur: English 2-
  • French Bac: English 14/20

University of London Minimum Requirements

Undergraduate Entry – EMFSS (Year 1):

IGCSE:

3 O-level in non-overlapping subjects + 2 A levels in non-overlapping subjects OR 3 A-levels in non-overlapping subjects.

 

IB:

  • International Baccalaureate (the Diploma)
  • International Baccalaureate, Mathematics / Mathematical Studies passed at Higher or Standard Level grade 3 – 7.
  • For Data Science and Business Analytics programme: International Baccalaureate, Mathematics / Mathematical Studies passed at Higher Level grade 4 – 7 / Standard Level grade 5 – 7.
  • Satisfy English language requirements.

 

Abitur:

  • Zeugnis der Allgemeinen Hochschulreife / Abitur
  • Mathematics passed at grade 4 – 15 or above in two separate semesters within year 12 or 13 
  • For BSc Data Science & Business Analytics programme: within the final Abitur examination Maths passed at grade 7 – 15 plus 1 further acceptable Math/Science based subject at grade 7 – 15
  • Satisfy English language requirements.

 

French Baccalaureate:

  • Baccalauréat (Générale / Technologique/ Professionnelle / Option Internationale)
  • Mathematics passed at grade 10 or above in final year of schooling 
  • For BSc Data Science & Business Analytics programme: Maths passed at grade 16 – 20 plus 1 further acceptable Math/Science based subject at grade 16 – 20
  • Satisfy English language requirements.

 

Canadian Diploma:

British Columbia, Senior Secondary Graduation Diploma: Five Grade 12 courses (including 1 Provincial Examination), each passed at grade A – B or above.

  • Secondary School (Grade 11): Mathematics passed at grade C (60%)
  • For BSc Data Science & Business Analytics programme: Grade 12 Maths passed at grade 80% or above plus 1 further acceptable Maths/Science based subject at grade 80%
  • Satisfy English Language Requirements

Manitoba, High School Graduation Diploma: Five Grade 12 (Level 300) courses within four subject areas, each passed at 65% or above.

  • Secondary School Diploma (Grade 11): Mathematics passed at grade C (60%)
  • For BSc Data Science & Business Analytics programme: Grade 12 Maths passed at grade 80% or above plus 1 further acceptable Maths/Science based subject at grade 80%
  • Satisfy English language requirements.

Ontario Secondary School Diploma: Six Grade 12 U, UC or M coded courses (or the discontinued OACs), each passed at 65% or above.

  • Secondary School Diploma general level (Grade 11): Mathematics passed at grade C (60%)
  • For BSc Data Science & Business Analytics programme: Grade 12 Maths passed at grade 80% or above plus 1 further acceptable Maths/Science based subject at grade 80% 
  • Satisfy English language requirements

 

American Diploma:

  • Advanced Placement (AP) of the American College Board: International Diploma
  • Advanced Placement (AP) Examinations of the American College Board, provided at least two full, non-overlapping, subjects are passed at grades 3, 4 or 5
  • Advanced Placement (AP) Examination of the American College Board: Calculus AB / BC option or Statistics passed at grade 3, 4 or 5. 
  • Please note Microeconomics and Macroeconomics, which individually must be passed at grade 3,4 or 5, are valued as half a full subject each
  • Satisfy English language requirements.

 

Undergraduate Entry – Computer Science (Year 1):

IGCSE:

3 O-level in non-overlapping subjects + 2 A levels in non-overlapping subjects OR 3 A-levels in non-overlapping subjects.

 

IB:

  • International Baccalaureate (the Diploma)
  • International Baccalaureate, Mathematics / Mathematical Studies passed at Higher level grade 4 – 7 / Standard Level grade 5 – 7.
  • Satisfy English language requirements.

 

Abitur:

 

French Baccalaureate:

  • Baccalauréat (Générale / Technologique/ Professionnelle / Option Internationale)
  • Mathematics passed at grade 14 or above in final year of schooling 
  • Satisfy English language requirements.

 

Canadian Diploma:

British Columbia, Senior Secondary Graduation Diploma: Five Grade 12 courses (including 1 Provincial Examination), each passed at grade A – B or above.

Manitoba, High School Graduation Diploma: Five Grade 12 (Level 300) courses within four subject areas, each passed at 65% or above.

Ontario Secondary School Diploma: Six Grade 12 U, UC or M coded courses (or the discontinued OACs), each passed at 65% or above.

 

American Diploma:

  • Advanced Placement (AP) of the American College Board: International Diploma
  • Advanced Placement (AP) Examinations of the American College Board, provided at least two full, non-overlapping, subjects are passed at grades 3, 4 or 5
    • Specific Requirements: Advanced Placement (AP) Examination of the American College Board: Calculus AB / BC option passed at grade 3, 4 or 5. 
  • Satisfy English language requirements.

 

Undergraduate Entry – Bachelor of Laws (Year 1):

IGCSE:

3 O-level in non-overlapping subjects + 2 A levels in non-overlapping subjects OR 3 A-levels in non-overlapping subjects.

 

IB:

 

Abitur:

 

French Baccalaureate:

 

Canadian Diploma:

British Columbia, Senior Secondary Graduation Diploma: Five Grade 12 courses (including 1 Provincial Examination), each passed at grade A – B or above.

Manitoba, High School Graduation Diploma: Five Grade 12 (Level 300) courses within four subject areas, each passed at 65% or above.

Ontario Secondary School Diploma: Six Grade 12 U, UC or M coded courses (or the discontinued OACs), each passed at 65% or above.

 

American Diploma:

  • Advanced Placement (AP) of the American College Board: International Diploma
  • Advanced Placement (AP) Examinations of the American College Board, provided at least two full, non-overlapping, subjects are passed at grades 3, 4 or 5
  • Satisfy English language requirements.

 

Foundation Entry (Year 0):

Thanaweya Amma:

 

IGCSE:

 

IB:

 

Abitur:

 

French Baccalaureate:

 

Canadian Diploma:

British Columbia, Secondary Graduation Diploma

Manitoba, High School Graduation Diploma

Ontario Secondary School Diploma

 

American Diploma:

 

University of Central Lancashire Minimum Requirements

Foundation Entry into Engineering (Year 0)

IGCSE:

 

IB:

 

American Diploma: 

High School Diploma, plus High School Diploma/GED
Plus one from below:

  • SAT 1050 from ‘Evidence Based Reading and Writing’ and ‘Math’
  • ACT 20
  • 1 AP College Board Exam at grade 3
  • SAT Subject test at grade 600
  • Dual/Concurrent Enrolment 1 class/3credits at grade B from an academic class
  • Associate diploma/Associate degree/Junior degree holders (general or specialised with a pass)
  • Satisfy English language requirements.

 

Thanawiya Amma:

 

Abitur:

 

French Baccalaureate:

UCAS Points

UCAS points are the total points achieved by converting qualifications such as A levels and AS levels into points, making it simpler for course providers to compare applicants. It is used as a means of giving students from the United Kingdom places at UK universities.

 

Common ways for UCAS points to be calculated are through the UCAS Tariff Calculator, official tariff tables.

Tuition Fees

Application Fees:

  • 75 GBP or EGP equivalent* (non-refundable) 

 

University of London Tuition Fees 2021/2022 with a launching discount of 20%:

  • Foundation Year5,000 GBP (after discount) or EGP equivalent* per semester
  • Year 1: EMFSS (University of London under academic direction from LSE) – 6,500 GBP (after discount) or EGP equivalent* per semester
  • Year 1: Computer Science (under academic direction from Goldsmiths, University of London) – 5,000 GBP (after discount) or EGP equivalent* per semester
  • Year 1: Law (under academic direction from Laws Consortium) – 5,000 GBP (after discount) or EGP equivalent* per semester

 

University of Central Lancashire Tuition fees 2021/2022 with a launching discount of 20%:

  • Foundation Year: Engineering5,000 GBP (after discount) or EGP equivalent* per semester

 

EUE Bank Information – National Bank of Egypt (NBE):

  • European Universities in Egypt EGP Account – 1403071277308201013
  • European Universities in Egypt GBP Account – 1403061277308203030
  • European Universities in Egypt EUR Account – 1403061277308202027
  • European Universities in Egypt USD Account – 1403061277308201013

 

*All Non-Egyptian students should pay in GBP.

-The launching discount of 20% will be applied to this first intake for the academic year of September 2021/2022, and will be ongoing for the entire duration of the student’s studies until graduation.

-Tuition fees will be calculated according to GBP average selling rate announced by Central Bank of Egypt

-A maximum 10% increase in tuition fees will be applied annually

 

Scholarships & Financial Aid

EUE believes that academic excellence should be recognised and rewarded; therefore, it offers several scholarships and financial aid programmes for new applicants and progressing students. The total number of scholarships offered to EUE students reaches up to 10% of the total number of enrolled students.

 

Outstanding holders of Egyptian Thanawya Amma:

For top ranked graduates from the Egyptian National Certificate “Thanaweya Amma”, EUE offers full and partial scholarships based on the highest grades.

 

Outstanding holders of equivalent international certificates:

EUE grants full and partial scholarships to top ranked international certificate holders (IGCSE, Abitur, IB, American Diploma, or equivalent) based on the highest grades.

 

Outstanding African students:

EUE grants full and partial scholarships to top ranked African new students; priority is given to applicants from Nile-River-Basin countries.

 

Outstanding progressing students:

EUE’s progressing students achieving outstanding academic performance and top ranked positions in completion of different degree levels are eligible to apply for full and partial scholarships.

 

Outstanding Athletic Scholarship

EUE provides a number of scholarships to new entrants and enrolled athletes who have a record of outstanding achievement in athletic championships both nationally and internationally.

 

Financial Aids:

EUE offers need-based funded scholarships for financially-disadvantaged students who maintain a record of academic excellence.