At Emirates Aviation University we are keen to assist students in achieving their goals for a successful career in the aviation industry.
We offer a range of scholarships designed to assist academically distinguished students and those with limited financial resources. These include the Chancellor's Scholarship and Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship, as well as fee discounts for dependents of the Emirates Group, Corporate and University staff, and siblings of current students.
A. To be considered for an Emirates Aviation University Scholarship, you are required to:
- Apply to become a registered student of Emirates Aviation University.
- Complete the Emirates Aviation University Scholarship Application Form issued by the Admissions & Registration Department to potentially eligible students. Only completed applications accompanied by all supporting documents and submitted by the deadline, announced prior to the admission start date, will be considered by the Scholarship Committee.
- Produce your original examination results and other supporting documents requested in the Scholarship Application Form.
- Meet the scholarship entry requirements and all conditions attached to your offer.
- Register on your academic programme by the given start date.
- Pay all tuition fees by the deadline. Non-payment of fees by the required date may result in the scholarship being withdrawn and full fees being charged to you.
- Scholarships may not be deferred to the following semester or academic year.
- Sign the Emirates Aviation University Scholarship Agreement and observe all terms and conditions of the award.
B. Scholarship applicants should be aware that:
- Scholarships are limited in number, and subject to availability.
- Even if an applicant meets the scholarship criteria, a scholarship may not be awarded.
- Applicants will be assessed according to the assessment criteria set out for each scholarship category.
- Applicants may be invited to attend a selection interview and/or take a University assessment, where applicable, before a final decision is made by the University.
- Priority will be given to students who are financially disadvantaged.
- Scholarships are not available in conjunction with any other discount or special pricing offer.
- All decisions relating to the award of scholarships are at the discretion of Emirates Aviation University, are final, not open to challenge and no correspondence will be entered into concerning the awarding of scholarships.
C. Scholarship recipients must note that:
- Scholarships are awarded in the form of a reduction in tuition fees and cannot be transferred to another individual, exchanged for cash or any other benefit.
- Recipients are required to maintain the high academic standards required as a condition of the scholarship and exemplary behaviour throughout their studies.
- It is the responsibility of each scholarship recipient to read and comply with the academic requirements specific to your category of scholarship.
- Recipients are invited to prepare a student profile and consent to the use of their images for marketing purposes.
- Scholarships may be terminated at any time in the event of misconduct or failure to meet the required academic standards.
- Any student wishing to make changes to their programme of study must seek permission from their Dean of School before doing so. Please note that approval is not guaranteed and where changes are made without prior approval, the scholarship will be withdrawn.
- Withdrawal or deferral from the programme will lead to the termination of the scholarship.
- The scholarship is valid and automatically renewed each semester until graduation for each students who complies with the conditions of their award.
- Emirates Aviation University reserves the right to amend its scholarship policy and procedures without notice.
- Emirates Aviation University reserves the right to withdraw the scholarship if students are subsequently found to be ineligible or if the terms and conditions of the scholarship are not adhered to.
- The Chancellor's Scholarship is awarded only in the First (Fall) semester and is limited to up to ten students in each academic year.
- Only newly admitted full-time students on undergraduate programmes (academic and applied/vocational) may apply.
- The award covers up to 100% of the EAU tuition fees (not including the registration and textbook fees or fees paid to an external partner for dual award programmes and other charges),
- To be considered, applicants must have achieved a minimum cumulative average of 95%, or equivalent in the last year of their secondary education, with IELTS 6 academic or equivalent.
- Applicants are also expected to demonstrate outstanding personal qualities and the ability to contribute to the University and community.
- Newly admitted students on postgraduate programmes may also apply for the Chancellor’s Scholarship provided that they have a minimum CGPA of 3.8/4.0 in the credit hour system, First Class in the British System or its equivalent with IELTS 7 academic or equivalent at their bachelor degree.
- Students who are awarded the Chancellor’s Scholarship must sustain an excellent academic standing (minimum CGPA of 3.8 in the academic programmes or its equivalent in the applied/vocational programmes) throughout their study at EAU to maintain their entitlement for the scholarship.
- The Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship is limited to up to 100 students in each academic year.
- Newly admitted students on undergraduate and postgraduate programmes (academic and applied/vocational) who are not awarded or do not qualify for the Chancellor’s Scholarship, may apply for the Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship.
- The award covers up to 50% of the EAU tuition fees (not including the registration and textbook fees or fees paid to an external partner for dual award programmes and other charges),
- To be considered, undergraduate applicants must have achieved a minimum cumulative average in excess of 90% or equivalent in the last year of their secondary education, with IELTS 6 academic or equivalent.
- Newly admitted students on postgraduate programmes may also apply for the Vice- Chancellor’s Scholarship provided that they have a minimum CGPA of 3.5 - 4.0 or its equivalent, Upper Second Class in the British System or its equivalent with IELTS 7 academic or equivalent at their bachelor degree; or outstanding professional record.
- Continuing Full Time UG students who achieve a CGPA of 3.8 to 4.0, or its equivalent (first class) may also apply for a Vice Chancellor Scholarship.
- Students who are awarded the Vice Chancellor’s Scholarship must sustain an excellent academic standing (minimum CGPA of 3.6 in the academic programmes or its equivalent in the applied/vocational programmes) throughout their study at EAU to maintain their entitlement for the scholarship.
- Families that have two children enrolled in full-time programmes, in the same academic year, are entitled to a Sibling Discount of 10%, ten percent on the lower of the two sets of applicable tuition fees. If three or more siblings are enrolled in any semester, a 10%, ten percent discount is granted on the two lowest of the three sets of applicable tuition fees; if four siblings are enrolled in any semester a 10%, ten percent discount will be applied to the three lowest of the four sets of tuition fees and so on. Applicants for Sibling Discount are required to submit supporting documents to the EAU Accounts at the time of registration.
- A corporate discount of up to 20%, twenty percent, discount on tuition fees is offered to students who are sponsored by specific organisations. Employees of these organisations and their children are also eligible to receive the same discount provided that they present the necessary supporting documents (employment letter and a proof of relationship) at the EAU Accounts Office during the registration period.
- Preferential discounts on specific programmes may also be awarded to employees of partner organisations that have made a significant contribution to those programmes.
- The list of organisations eligible for Corporate Discount is reviewed on a yearly basis.
- From time to time the University may introduce other types of scholarship.
- Students must meet the initial and on-going requirements of the award to maintain their scholarship.
- As a minimum, all students who are awarded other types of scholarship must maintain a CGPA of 3.6 or its equivalent to be eligible to receive the same scholarship the following year.