International Students

 

Graduates of recognized academic institutions outside Egypt should have completed Bachelor (or M.Sc.) degrees programs representing a minimum of 16 (or 18) years of schooling with at least 12 years at the primary and secondary level.


Required Records:

Applicants should submit official transcripts or academic records for all university-level studies that they have completed abroad and at Egyptian institutions. If academic records do not include official evidence of the awarded degree, additional documents that verify its award should be submitted.
Academic records should be issued in their original languages accompanied by English translations (usually prepared by the University Origin or an official translation agency). In general, records or transcripts must be issued by the school and include the school stamp or embossed seal and the signature of the authorizing official.

 

    • Academic Work for International Applicants

Graduates of recognized academic institutions outside Egypt should have completed degree programs representing a minimum of 16 years of schooling with at least 12 years at the primary and secondary level.

 

    • Required Records for International Applicants

Submit official transcripts or academic records for all university-level studies you have completed abroad and at Egyptian institutions. If your academic records do not include official evidence of the award of your degree, you must also submit additional documents that verify its award. For information about the documents required for an initial review of your application, contact the department or program to which you are applying.

 

    • Transfer of Credit from other Institutions

Up to six credit hours of course work you have taken elsewhere can be credited toward the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees if

A] The work was taken in graduate status at an accredited institution

B] It did not form part of a program for a degree previously awarded at E-JUST or elsewhere

C] The grade received was at least a B. Acceptance is subject to the approval of the Graduate Division upon recommendation of the department concerned. Transfer of credit will not reduce your academic residence