NAMED SCHOLARSHIPS FOR NON-EGYPTIAN STUDENTS
Named scholarships are awards funded by individual donors or corporations. Selection is based on the donor's criteria. The awards cover a partial amount of tuition fees.
Please find below the available named scholarships for non-Egyptian students and their criteria:
Hayel Saeed Endowed Scholarship
Established in 1994 to cover tuition, housing, board, textbooks, medical insurance and local medical services for up to four Yemeni students who meet the University requirements for admission. The scholarship covers tuition for a regular academic load of 15 credit hours per semester in Fall and Spring. Overloads, minors as well as attending summer and winter sessions can only be processed after the approval of AUC's Office of Student Financial Affairs and Scholarships. Students must have Yemeni Citizenship, have finished full-time high school in Yemen and show financial need.
Hisham Ezz El Arab Endowed Scholarship
Established in 2010 as a partial scholarship to a talented and dedicated undergraduate student
Eligibility and Selection Criteria:
Students who are in their junior year (defined as having earned not less than 60 credit hours and not more than 90 credit hours at the time) at AUC are eligible to receive the partial scholarship and be designated the Hisham Ezz Al Arab Scholar. He or she should be a candidate for:
◦ Bachelor of Accounting with a GPA of 3.7 (honors)
◦ Bachelor of Business Administration with a GPA of 3.7 (honors) or
◦ Bachelor of Arts (majoring in economics) with a GPA of 3.7 (honors)
A committee will determine the deserving recipient. Preference will be given to students with financial need who meet AUC’s academic criteria and have demonstrated leadership in extracurricular student activities.
Mohammad Abughazaleh '67 Endowed Palestinian Scholarship
Established in 2006 to support five deserving and talented students from the Occupied Territories. The amount generated by the endowment toward the tuition of the five scholars will be matched by AUC.
Palestinian Scholarship Fund
Established in 2002 to support Palestinian students from the Occupied Territories based on their financial need.
Riad Kamal Palestinian Endowed Scholarship
Established in 2006 to provide partial support to five Palestinian students
Sheikh Jamal Jawa Scholarship
Established in 2007 to support one student from Saudi Arabia
Taher Family Endowed Scholarship
Established in 2005 to provide support to six Palestinian students who demonstrate financial need.
Eligibility and Selection Criteria:
AUC will provide annual scholarship support in the name of the Taher Family member to six Palestinian students (four male and two female) who have met AUC’s academic requirements, have enrolled in the University and have demonstrated financial need.
AUC will match the contribution so the endowment provides annual scholarships for six students in perpetuity.
Wasef Jabsheh'67 Jordanian-Palestinian Endowed Scholarship
Established in 2006 to provide partial support to two deserving and talented students from Jordan or Palestine. The amount generated by the endowment towards the tuition of the two scholars will be matched by AUC.
Youssef Nabih Endowed Scholarship in Accounting
Established in 2004 to support the graduating senior with the highest GPA in the accounting department.
To apply to any scholarship, please check the website for vacant scholarships and their criteria and apply through Banner Self-Service.
Deadline for Fall 2015: May 3 - 31, 2015
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