Newly admitted and existing students with limited financial resources may apply for a discount of up to 20% of the tuition fee.
An applicant for financial aid must demonstrate a good academic record. Newly admitted students must have a minimum cumulative average of 70% or equivalent in the last year of their secondary education. Continuing students must have a minimum CGPA of 2.0 in the credit hour system or its equivalent in the modular system. Financial aid is granted by the EAU Vice-Chancellor in each semester and is valid for that particular semester.
Application forms are available from the university's Admission and Registration Office. Completed application forms must be submitted, with the required supporting documents, to the Registrar by a deadline announced by the Admission and Registration Office prior to the admission starting date for the particular semester.
Documents required in support of a Financial Aid application:
- A copy of the guarantor's passport showing a valid residency visa
- Guarantor's salary certificate
- Six months' bank statements from the account in which the salary is deposited
- Any other supporting documents.