AUC offers scholarships based on merit and need. Generally, scholarships are reserved for students with strong academic qualifications who demonstrate high financial need.
The types of scholarships are categorized according to the following:
- Need-Based Scholarships (scholarships that are based on both financial need and academic merit)
- Need-Based AUC Funded Scholarships (scholarships that are based on financial need and are funded by AUC)
- Need-Based Named Scholarships (scholarships that are based on financial need and are named after a donor)
- Need-Based Sponsored Scholarships
- Merit-Based Named Scholarships (scholarships that are based on academic merit and are named after a donor)
- Merit-Based AUC-Funded Scholarships (scholarships that are based on academic merit and funded by AUC)
Tomorrow’s Leaders Scholarship Program
The Tomorrow's Leaders Scholarship program is funded through the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs for capable and highly motivated high school seniors in the Middle East and North Africa who come from diverse backgrounds. The program provides four-year university scholarships and internship opportunities at select institutions of higher learning in the Middle East to students who have the potential to become leaders.
Egyptian Public School Scholarships
AUC offers 20 annual full-tuition scholarships to Egyptian students who are graduates of public schools in Egypt and are financially disadvantaged. For eligibility and selection criteria, click here.
The AUC-funded Empower Scholarship offers five full and/or partial annual scholarships to thanawiya amma graduates from five governorates in Upper Egypt: Assiut, Bani Suef, Minya, Sohag and Fayyoum.
To apply for Fall 2018, click here.
Honor Scholarship (The Honor Scholarship is only available to current students who were admitted to AUC till Fall 2016)
For information about the scholarship maintainability for current students, click here.
Thanks to the generosity of our donors, AUC offers more than 90 named scholarships supported by individuals and corporations. These prestigious awards from donors have allowed AUC to recruit and educate outstanding and deserving students who come from different cities and educational backgrounds. Selection to named scholarships is based on the donor’s criteria.
Abdallah Jum'ah Study Abroad Scholarships
Established in 2015 to provide financial support to students who are seeking a study abroad/exchange program opportunity and demonstrate financial need and academic merit. Eligible students must be accepted to an exchange/study abroad program managed by the International Programs Office at AUC.
Apache Corporation Endowed Scholarship
Established in 2010 to provide partial scholarships to two academically outstanding Egyptian students majoring in petroleum and energy engineering. Selection is based on financial need and academic merit.
Dr. Ahmed and Ann M. El-Mokadem Study Abroad Scholarship (Vacant)
Established in 2017 to support undergraduate Egyptian students who demonstrate outstanding academic performance and financial need.
Mohammed Bin Abdulkarim A. Allehedan Endowed Scholarship and Scientific Research Fund (Vacant) (For Fall 2018, the scholarship is recruiting Arab non-Egyptian students).
Established in 2015 to support Arab students (females or males) in the fields of basic science such as mathematics, engineering, physics, chemistry, biology, energy and petroleum, water and environment, economics, and development. Acceptance will be based on merit and financial need.
Shell Egypt N.V Endowed Scholarship (Vacant)
Established in 2013 to provide a partial tuition scholarship for up to two students in the Department of Petroleum and Energy Engineering.
The SU Scholarship (Vacant) - Available for Spring 2018 Semester
The scholarship gives partial support up to two students for one or two semesters. The assessment is based on the activities of the previous two semesters.
Al Alfi Foundation Undergraduate STEM Scholarship
The Al Alfi scholarship program is designed to prepare future Egyptian scientists. The scholarship provides partial tuition to four undergraduate students at AUC.
George Frederick Jewett Foundation East
This is a grant established to support undergraduate female students from Egyptian public schools.
Misr El Kheir STEM Scholarship
The Misr El Kheir (MEK) Foundation is an Egyptian not-for-profit foundation committed to developing Egyptian citizens and communities. The foundation shares the costs of the MEK scholarship program with AUC to provide students who graduated with a STEM certificate with a full tuition scholarship, in addition to books. In Fall 2014, AUC admitted three MEK-STEM students to complete their undergraduate science degree at AUC.
The MEK scholarship is currently not accepting new applications.
Misr El Kheir Scholarship
The Misr El Kheir (MEK) Foundation is an Egyptian not-for-profit foundation committed to developing Egyptian citizens and communities. The foundation shares the costs of the MEK scholarship program with AUC to provide students with full-tuition scholarships, in addition to leadership training, books, stipends, transportation and housing. In Fall 2013, AUC admitted five MEK students from Assuit, Bani Suef, Sohag and Fayoum governorates to complete their undergraduate non-science degree at AUC.
The MEK scholarship is currently not accepting new applications.
AUC partnered with Orascom Construction to offer a new OC - AUC scholarship program. The scholarship provides five full-tuition annual scholarships to public or private high school graduates from eight governorates in Upper Egypt (Assiut, Bani Suef, Minya, Sohag, Fayoum, Qena, Luxor and Aswan) to pursue an undergraduate degree in economics at AUC.
USAID Egypt IIE - LSP Scholarship Program
The Local Scholarship Program (LSP) is funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) with the support of the American people. The program is part of the U.S.- Egypt Higher Education Initiative (HEI). The U.S.- Egypt Higher Education Initiative is an investment in Egypt’s future that provides educational opportunities for high-achieving Egyptians to learn skills that will better meet the needs of the 21st century economy. The program is managed by the Institute of International Education (IIE), in partnership with a consortium of Egyptian partner universities and organizations.
Youssef Nabih Endowed Scholarship in Accounting
Established in 2004 to support the graduating senior with the highest grade point average in the accounting department.