Egypt’s Sluggish Economy Takes Its Toll on University Fees for 2017-2018

Published July 25th, 2017 - 11:21 GMT
Egypt’s economy has taken its toll on university fees. (File photo)
Egypt’s economy has taken its toll on university fees. (File photo)

A huge chapter in every high school student has finally come to an end, and it’s time for university. While this should be the most exciting time of their lives, we can’t help but feel like Egypt’s economy has taken its toll on Egyptian parents.

International school fees were skyrocketed this year. Parents have been wondering if the same will happen at universities, and consequently affect their choice of education for their children. Here are the fees for Egypt’s top private universities for 2017/2018.

The tuition rate will be at a fixed dollar rate at EGP 9.8 for undergraduate Egyptian students, and USD 1.213 for international students per credit hour. For ELI, Egyptian students will pay EGP 136,406 and  non-Egyptian students will pay USD 14,556.

British University in Egypt


Future University in Egypt


Misr International University


German University in Egypt


Modern Science and Arts University



Sinai University – Arish Campus


Sinai University – Kantara Campus 



Ahram Canadian University


Egyptian Russian University



  • Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine: EGP 49,050
  • Faculty of Engineering: EGP 27,700
  • Faculty of Pharmacy: EGP 37,700


By Dina Hashish


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