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Scholarships & Financial Aids

Scholarships & Financial Aids

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 and financial aid packages 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.

  • Chancellor's Scholarship

    Chancellor's Scholarship are limited to ten prospective students in each academic year.

    Prospective students who are interested in joining full-time Bachelor degree programmes may apply for the highly competitive Chancellor's Scholarship, provided that they have achieved a minimum cumulative average of 95% (or equivalent), in the last year of their secondary education.

    Prospective students who are interested in joining one of our postgraduate programmes may apply for the Chancellor's Scholarship provided that they have a minimum CGPA of 3.5/4.0 (or equivalent) in the credit hour system.

    Students who apply for the Chancellor's Scholarship are expected to demonstrate outstanding personal qualities and the ability to contribute to the university and community. The Chancellor's Scholarship is awarded in the First (or Fall) semester of every academic year.

    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 Admissions and Registration Office prior to the admission starting date for the particular fall semester. Applicants may be required to attend interviews and/or take a University.

    Documents required in support of a Chancellor's Scholarship application:

    • A copy of the EAU offer letter to the programme of study
    • A copy of the secondary school certificate or its equivalent (for candidates applying to Bachelor programmes)
    • Bachelor degree transcript or its equivalent (for candidates applying to postgraduate programmes)
    • Copies of any certificates of achievement, if applicable
    • Any other supporting documents.

    Prospective students who are interested in joining full-time Bachelor degree programmes may apply for the highly competitive Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship, provided that they have achieved a minimum cumulative average of 90% (or equivalent), in the last year of their secondary education.

  • Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship

    Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship are limited to ten prospective students in each academic year.

    Apply now for August 2018 Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship

    Prospective students who are interested in joining one of our postgraduate programmes may apply for the Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship provided that they have a minimum CGPA of 3.5/4.0 in the credit hour system or its equivalent in the modular system.

    Students who apply for the Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship are expected to demonstrate outstanding personal qualities and the ability to contribute to the university and community. The Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship is awarded in the First (or Fall) semester of every academic year.

    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 Admissions and Registration Office prior to the admission starting date for the particular fall semester. Applicants may be asked to attend interviews and/or take a University test before a final decision is made by a committee.

    Documents required in support of a Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship application:

    • A copy of the EAU offer letter to the programme of study
    • A copy of the secondary school certificate or its equivalent (for candidates applying to the Bachelor programmes);
    • Bachelor degree transcript or its equivalent (for candidates applying to the postgraduate programmes)
    • Copies of any certificates of achievement, if applicable
    • Any other supporting documents.
  • Financial aid

    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.

    Applying

    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.

    Supporting Documentation

    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.
  • Sibling discount

    Families with more than one son or daughter enrolled simultaneously in the university as full -time students are entitled to the sibling discount

    A 10 % discount on the lower tuition fees is granted when two siblings are enrolled at the university in any semester. If three or more siblings are enrolled at the university in any semester, a 10% discount is granted on the two lower tuition fees.

    To avail the sibling discount, documents that would prove the relationship should be presented to Accounts Office during registration.

  • Top achiever Scholarships 2018/2019

    We are pleased to announce that a total of 50 scholarship awards will be presented to top-achiever students, applying to our undergraduate business and engineering programmes for the academic year 2018/2019 starting September 2018.

    The scholarship programme is up to 50% on the yearly tuition fees and is open to high school students from across the world who are interested in pursuing their undergraduate education in business and engineering at the University.

    Scholarships will be awarded to students who have achieved over 90% (or the equivalent in other grading mechanisms) during their high school studies.

    Please follow the admissions steps by Applying online. On confirmation of acceptance, you can approach the admissions office to be considered for the ‘top achiever’ scholarships.

    Please note that the yearly scholarship is renewable at the discretion of EAU but the student would have to maintain a GPA of 3.5 or above in the credit hour system or its equivalent in the modular system during their studies in EAU to qualify for the following year.

    Deadline for applications is 15th July 2018 and the winners of the scholarship awards will be announced progressively in July and August 2018.

  • Student Accommodation - Special Offer for 2018/2019

    Two months accommodation fee will be waived for all International students and one month waived for all UAE based students when you book your room from September 2018 to June 2019.

    For more information, please call +971 4 6050100/122/124/174 or email: eau.admissions@emirates.com