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Undergraduate Tuition Fees for Fall 2023-2024
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Undergraduate Tuition Fees for Fall 2023-2024 (Newcomers)


Cost per course


Tuition fees per Semester in EGP

Category (A)


EGP 110,250

Category (B)


EGP 120,000

Category (C)


   EGP 129,750     

  •  Fees per Semester are based on an average of 5 courses per Semester.
  •  The categories A, B or C for tuition fees are determined by the applicant’s grades in high school.
    • Category A 90% and above
    • Category B 80%-89%
    • Category C Below 80%
  • Tuition amount to be paid per semester over two equal installments, first installment (50%) is due upon receiving the final acceptance letter (5 working days from letter date), second payment (50%) after one month from the beginning of the semester.
  • 5% extra discount for paying the full year(2 semesters) fees before the beginning of the academic year.
  • A maximum of 10% increase in tuition fees will be applied annually.

Additional Fees (Newcomers)

Non-Academic fees: EGP 10,000 (to be paid annually).

Health Insurance fees: EGP 2,000 (to be paid annually).

Facilities insurance fees: EGP 5,000 (Refundable, one-time fee).

Lab Fees: (to be paid annually).

Engineering & Architectural Science: EGP 15,000.

Creative School: EGP 15,000.

Payment Options:

The tuition can be paid by either:

  1. Online payment through Universities of Canada’s online payment gateway.
  2. In-person payment through credit card or cash at Universities of Canada’s Campus.
  3. In-person payment through credit card at the CRO office.
  4. Cash deposit through Universities of Canada bank account.
  5. Bank transfers through Universities of Canada bank account.
  6. Money transfer through the following bank branches: Click Here.
  7. Any bank transfers, money transfers or cash deposits payments in the bank, a copy of the document must be sent to to confirm the payment also please note that the university is not responsible for any payments that doesn’t have sufficient proof”