The Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology announced that it has decided to grant all students who pass the University admission examinations an achievement award in the form of a 25% deduction from the total tuition fees. Additionally, student’s reserve their entitlement to any other type of scholarship previously announced on the University’s website for the remaining portion of the fees in addition to the newly approved deduction.
University President, Prof. Ahmed El-Gohary, said that this decision comes in line with the nation’s strategy to expand technological education based on international standards and to reduce the burden on students and their families, while providing adequate care for distinguished students.
It is noteworthy that the Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology is welcoming its fourth batch of graduates from Thanawaya Amma and equivalent certificates this year and has been listed amongst the universities in the national coordination system for the first time.
The University includes the Faculties of Engineering, and International Business and Humanities.