General Admission regulations

  • Egyptian applicants must have completed secondary school education and hold valid THANAWYA AMMA certificate Mathematics/Science Stream or equivalent.
  • Japanese applicants must have completed high school education.
  • Applicants from other countries must have equivalent secondary school certificate approved by the Supreme Council of Universities of Egypt (SCU).
  • Applicants must pass successfully the written examinations required for admission to E-JUST.
  • Candidates are expected to pay the predetermined tuition fees approved by the University Council or they should be supported by scholarships or grants.

English proficiency test

  • The language of study in E-JUST programs is English, and E-JUST sets up a system to ascertain the level of students in English, all applicants are required to take the E-JUST English Proficiency Test (EPT). Students who perform satisfactorily in their exam will be able to start their study programs directly after passing the entrance examination.
  • Students who have TOEFL (IBT) score of 60 or IELTS score of 6 will be waived from the E-JUST English Proficiency Test. Only valid certificate will be accepted ( the certificate validity is 2 years after the test date)
  • Students who didn’t pass the E-JUST English Proficiency Test might be enrolled in E-JUST as a provisional student for one academic semester provided that he/she will pass the test within this academic semester, otherwise the student enrollment will be terminated.
  • Provisional student can register for 11 credit hours based on the University’s academic schedule.
  • The provisional students will pay the English intensive course fee, which is estimated as the fee of 2 credit hours of the Faculty of International Business and Humanities (FIBH) students.

Criteria of high school certificates


The minimum admission requirements will be announced before the entrance examination for the following categories

  1. Egyptian THANAWYA AMMA Certificate
  2. THANAWYA AMMA Certificate from Arab Countries.
  3. British Schools: GCE/GCSE/IGCSE: A maximum of 3 O-level courses can be from grade 11. In addition, at least two AS or A-level courses from grades 11 or 12 in biology, chemistry, physics, or Mathematics required. Priority will be given to students with more courses in Advanced Level.
  4. American high school diploma with a minimum average of 3.00 out of 4.00 and must complete three years of a University preparatory program including grade 10, 11 and 12. An applicant must obtain SAT I score of at least 1450 or ACT-E, and SAT-II in two subjects (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology) with a minimum total score of 1100 and a minimum score of 500 on each subject.
  5. Equivalent to THANAWYA AMMA approved by SCU.

Tuition fees

  1. The University Council determines the tuition fees early March annually.
  2. The student pays the tuition fees at the beginning of the fall, spring, and summer semesters.
  3. Students will pay tuition fee according to the methods and regulation set by the University council.
  4. The registration of a student in a semester is terminated if he/she does not pay the tuition fees within the first week from the beginning of that semester.
  5. The student enrolled in a program and intended to withdraw from the program after the first week, cannot redeem the full tuition fees that he/she has paid according to the regulation set by the University council.
  6. The student should pay the fees of any repeated course. The scholarships do not cover the fees of any repeated course.

Academic Advisor

The respective program Council assigns an academic advisor for each student. The academic advisor will be responsible for:

  • Advising the student during his course work.
  • Helping the students in the registration of courses and number of credit hours in each semester.
  • Helping the student to select the elective courses relevant to the field he/she wishes to study.
  • Recommending any additional complementary courses that in their opinion the student should take.