Ajman University is preparing to attract distinguished students of all nationalities and offer them scholarships and study discounts of up to 100% during the admission and registration period for the 2021/2022 academic year.
The university offers a range of scholarships and discounts for students, graduates, employees and their families of all nationalities, in addition to providing financial aid to insolvent students through the Thamer Educational Solidarity Fund. .
Dr. Karim Al-Saghir, Director of Ajman University, said: The discount initiative came out of our belief that education is a right for every student, especially in the context of the difficult economic and living situation that the world is witnessing today and casts a shadow over all segments of society. I am pleased to confirm Ajman University’s commitment to helping distinguished and insolvent students overcome economic challenges and financial constraints that hinder their educational attainment.
The university offers a 30% discount on tuition fees for high school students who obtain a cumulative grade point average of more than 99%, while students who obtain a cumulative grade point average of more than 90% benefit from a 20% discount.
Ajman University graduates and their families will benefit from discounts of up to 50% on tuition fees, while first-degree relatives of Ajman University students will receive discounts of up to 20%. Ajman University offers Esaad card holders discounts of up to 20% on tuition fees.
Dr. Karim Al-Saghir noted the role of the university in supporting students of determination, saying: As part of Ajman University’s commitment to the principle of social responsibility, we offer grants and discounts of up to 100% on tuition fees for students of determination.
Since its establishment in 1988, Ajman University has adopted a comprehensive system of scholarships and tuition discounts that exceed 30 million dirhams annually for qualified students.
During the last academic year, Ajman University provided scholarships and study discounts amounting to 33 million dirhams, in addition to providing 17 million dirhams to insolvent students through the Thamer Fund. In the next academic year 2021/2022, it seeks to offer discounts of a similar amount.
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