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Faculty of Engineering

 

Faculty of Engineering

1. Eligibility Requirements

1) Egyptian applicants must have completed a secondary school education and hold a valid THANAWYA AMMA certificate- Mathematics, or equivalent (e.g. IGCSE, American Diploma).

2) Applicants from other countries must have an equivalent secondary school certificate approved by the Supreme Council of Universities of Egypt (SCU).

3) Applicants must be able to read, write and communicate efficiently in English,The following are applied:

All applicants must pass the E-JUST English Proficiency Test (Aptis) for further details of Aptis, please check the following link:  http://ejust.edu.eg/main/admission/english-proficiency-test

Applicants who have TOEFL (IBT) score of 60 or IELTS score of 6 will be waived from the E-JUST English Proficiency Test (Aptis). only valid certificate will be accepted ( the certificate validity is 2 years after the test date)

Applicants who did not pass the E-JUST English Proficiency Test (Aptis) might be enrolled in E-JUST as a provisional student for one academic year provided that he/she will pass the test within this year, otherwise the student enrollment will be terminated. 

Provisional student can apply for 9 credit hours based on the university’s academic schedule.

The Provisional Students will pay tuition fee depending on the credit he/she takes and the fee for English intensive course. 

 

4) The University accepts applications from students who are holders of the following certificates:

Thanawya Amma Certificate (Math section): Students must have achieved an overall score of at least 85% that will be determined yearly

STEM schools (Math section): Students must have achieved an overall score of at least 75%

Thanawya Amma/Tawgihi Certificate from other Arab Countries (math section): Students must have achieved an overall score of at least 85% (as per the regulations and score calculation rules of the Ministry of Higher Education in Egypt).

Thanawya Azharia Certificate (Math section): Students must have achieved an overall score equivalent to 85% in Egyptian Thanaweya Amma. Religious subjects will not be considered.

British Schools: GCE/GCSE/IGCSE students must have successfully completed 12 years of schooling, eight IGCSE / GCSE / GCE O-level (OL) subjects and a minimum of one A-level (AL) subject or two Advanced Supplementary-level (ASL) subjects. IGCSE OL subjects should be from the extended system, not the core system. Up to five sittings is considered acceptable (taken over no more than three successive years). The E-JUST accepts a minimum grade of C in O-level or AS-level (math, chemistry, physics) subjects, and a minimum grade of D in A-level subjects (math, chemistry, physics). Repeated subjects will not be double counted. The best grade obtained in a repeated subject will be the only one considered, noting that the number of studied A-level and AS-level subjects will be considered and given a priority. Students who receive an IGCSE certificate must submit proof of 12 years of schooling.

American High School Diploma: Students must have successfully completed eight different subjects. Subjects worth less than one credit will not be accepted. Subjects such as physical education, music, yearbook and religion will not be counted. Accepted students must have studied the last three years (grades 10, 11 and 12) in the American system. Subjects can be calculated from grade 11 (maximum of three subjects) and/or 12 (minimum five subjects). The minimum required score for acceptance is a combined total score of 1440/2400 in SAT I and 1100/1600 in SAT II with a minimum score of 500 for each qualifying subject. Students who receive an American High School Diploma must submit proof of 12 years of schooling.

Canadian Diploma from schools inside Egypt: Students must have successfully completed eight different subjects (including the qualifying subjects). Accepted students should have spent the last three years of study in the Canadian system (grades 10, 11 and 12). Subjects worth less than one credit are not accepted. Subjects can be calculated from grade 11 (maximum of three subjects) and from grade 12 (minimum of five subjects). Subjects such as physical education, music, yearbook and religion will not be counted. Students must have achieved a minimum SAT I score of 1440/2400 and a minimum SAT II score (in qualifying subjects) of 1100/1600.

Canadian Diploma from international schools in Canada (except the Quebec province): Students must have successfully completed eight different subjects (including the qualifying subjects). Accepted students must have spent the last three years of study in the Canadian system (grades 10, 11 and 12). Subjects worth less than one credit will not be accepted. Subjects can be calculated from grade 11 (maximum of three subjects) and from grade 12 (minimum of five subjects). Subjects such as physical education, music, yearbook and religion will not be counted. An advanced level subject in grade 12 is required either in biology or math. The subject must have also been studied in grade 11.

French Baccalaureate: Seven subjects must be included in grade calculations (including the qualifying subjects). A minimum score of 10/20 is required as a passing grade. Five points will be added to each course in the evaluation as a bonus and the final percentage will be calculated according to the student’s score in each course and the corresponding coefficient.

German Abitur: Students must have taken the qualifying subjects in grade 11 and 12. Seven subjects must be included in grade calculations (including the qualifying subjects).

International Baccalaureate: Students must have passed six subjects, with a minimum of three taken at the high level (including the qualifying subjects). A minimum score of 24/45 is required as a passing score. Passing in English language is a must for acceptance. Theory of knowledge, extended essay and creativity are required subjects. Students must obtain the final graduation IB Diploma to be considered for admission.

Other certificate requirements follow the regulations and score calculation rules of the Ministry of Higher Education in Egypt.

 

 <Notes>

Meeting the minimum requirement for application does not mean that the student will be automatically accepted to E-JUST. Students are required to pass the document screening and entrance examination.

Any deliberate falsifications or forgeries in the application process will result in immediate rejection.

Submitted documents will not be returned for any reason.

 

Faculty of International Business and Humanities

Faculty of International Business and Humanities

2. Eligibility Requirements

1) Egyptian applicants must have completed a secondary school education and hold a valid THANAWYA AMMA certificate- Mathematics, Science, Literature Streams, or equivalent (e.g. IGCSE, American Diploma).

2) Applicants from other countries must have equivalent secondary school certificate approved by the Supreme Council of Universities of Egypt (SCU).

3) Applicants must be able to read, write and communicate efficiently in English,The following are applied:

All applicants must pass the E-JUST English Proficiency Test (Aptis) for further details of Aptis, please check the following link: http://ejust.edu.eg/main/admission/english-proficiency-test

Applicants who have TOEFL (IBT) score of 60 or IELTS score of 6 will be waived from the E-JUST English Proficiency Test (Aptis). only valid certificate will be accepted ( the certificate validity is 2 years after the test date)

Applicants who did not pass the E-JUST English Proficiency Test (Aptis) might be enrolled in E-JUST as a provisional student for one academic year provided that he/she will pass the test within this year, otherwise the student enrollment will be terminated. 

Provisional student can apply for 9 credit hours based on the university’s academic schedule.

The Provisional Students will pay tuition fee depending on the credit he/she takes and the fee for English intensive course. 

 

4) The University accepts applications from students who are holders of the following certificates:

Thanawya Amma/ Tawgihi Certificate from other Arab Countries Certificate with at least 70% for Literature section or Math section and 75% for science section.

Thanawya Amma Certificate from Arab Countries with at least 70% for Literature section or Math section and 75% for science section.

STEM schools: Students must have achieved an overall score of at least 65%

British Schools: GCE/GCSE/IGCSE students must have successfully completed 12 years of schooling, eight IGCSE / GCSE / GCE O-level (OL) subjects and a minimum of one A-level (AL) subject or two Advanced Supplementary-level (ASL) subjects. IGCSE OL subjects should be from the extended system, not the core system. Up to five sittings is considered acceptable (taken over no more than three successive years). The E-JUST accepts a minimum grade of C in O-level or AS-level subjects, and a minimum grade of D in A-level. Repeated subjects will not be double counted. The best grade obtained in a repeated subject will be the only one considered, noting that the number of studied A-level and AS-level subjects will be considered and given a priority. Students who receive an IGCSE certificate must submit proof of 12 years of schooling.

American high school diploma Students must have successfully completed eight different subjects. Subjects worth less than one credit will not be accepted. Subjects such as physical education, music, yearbook and religion will not be counted. Accepted students must have studied the last three years (grades 10, 11 and 12) in the American system. Subjects can be calculated from grade 11 (maximum of three subjects) and/or 12 (minimum five subjects). The minimum required score for acceptance is a combined total score of 1440/2400 in SAT I. Students who receive an American High School Diploma must submit proof of 12 years of schooling .

Thanawya Azharia Certificate: Students must have achieved an overall score equivalent to 70% Egyptian Thanaweya Amma for Literature section and 75% for science section. Religious subjects will not be considered.

Canadian Diploma from schools inside Egypt: Students must have successfully completed eight different subjects (including the qualifying subjects). Accepted students should have spent the last three years of study in the Canadian system (grades 10, 11 and 12). Subjects worth less than one credit are not accepted. Subjects can be calculated from grade 11 (maximum of three subjects) and from grade 12 (minimum of five subjects). Subjects such as physical education, music, yearbook and religion will not be counted. Students must have achieved a minimum SAT I score of 1440.

Canadian Diploma from international schools in Canada (except the Quebec province): Students must have successfully completed eight different subjects (including the qualifying subjects). Accepted students must have spent the last three years of study in the Canadian system (grades 10, 11 and 12). Subjects worth less than one credit will not be accepted. Subjects can be calculated from grade 11 (maximum of three subjects) and from grade 12 (minimum of five subjects). Subjects such as physical education, music, yearbook and religion will not be counted.

French Baccalaureate: Seven subjects must be included in grade calculations (including the qualifying subjects). A minimum score of 10/20 is required as a passing grade. Five points will be added to each course in the evaluation as a bonus and the final percentage will be calculated according to the student’s score in each course and the corresponding coefficient.

German Abitur: Students must have taken the qualifying subjects in grade 11 and 12. Seven subjects must be included in grade calculations (including the qualifying subjects). International Baccalaureate: Students must have passed six subjects, with a minimum of three taken at the high level (including the qualifying subjects). A minimum score of 24/45 is required as a passing score. Passing in English language is a must for acceptance. Theory of knowledge, extended essay and creativity are required subjects. Students must obtain the final graduation IB Diploma to be considered for admission.

Other certificate requirements follow the regulations and score calculation rules of the Ministry of Higher Education in Egypt.

 

 <Notes>

Meeting the minimum requirement for application does not mean that the student will be automatically accepted to E-JUST. Students are required to pass the document screening, entrance examination and the final interview.

Any deliberate falsifications or forgeries in the application process will result in immediate rejection.

Submitted documents will not be returned for any reason.