Financial Aid and Scholarships
The purpose of the Scholarships and Financial Aid fund is to offer financial grants to students who excel academically or in extracurricular activities.
|Academic Grants for the General Secondary School students|
|first five students in the country.||Full grant.|
|Students getting 95% and above (Scientific or Literary Stream).||30% discount on the fees for the credit hours they register in.|
|Students getting 90% - 94.9% (Scientific or Literary Stream).||25% discount on the fees of the credit hour fees.|
|Scholarships for the University’s Students|
|Academic excellence||40% discount for University’s honor list of the credit hours.|
30% of the College’s honor list from the fees of the credit hours.
(Student should successfully completing a minimum of 15 credit hours in the first or second semester with a GPA of at least 3.6).
|Brothers and Relatives||20% discount of the credit hours fees for the brothers registered in each semester (Exception of the first one).|
|Parents, sons and daughters, and spouses registered in each semester are treated as brothers.|
|Students who lose their breadwinner||50% of the tuition fees for students who lose their breadwinner (During their studies), and continues until the student is awarded a Bachelor Degree by AAU.|
The following rules govern this type of grant:
|Children of Employees||50% of the credit hour fees for the sons and daughters of the university’s academic and administrative staff.|
|Exception of graduate students.|
|Outstanding Students in extracurricular activities||Scholarship for one semester with a specific percentage|
Humanitarian Assistance and “Contribution” Fund
The University also provides humanitarian assistance to students who have harsh financial conditions preventing them from completing their undergraduate studies.
|The University offers grants for one semester for students who cannot afford to pursue their studies.|
|The funds come from the donations and grants from bodies that wish to help students facing financial difficulties.|
Applying for a scholarship