Applying early will offer students the best chance of securing a place in one of AU’s elite programmes.
In recognition of the financial challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, Ajman University (AU) has announced an Early Bird discount offer for admission to its various undergraduate and graduate programmes. This aligns with AU’s commitment to help students and parents deal with the adverse financial impact of the pandemic.
AU’s early admissions discount scheme will offer significant reduction in tuition fees, of up to 50% in some cases, to both citizens and non-citizens. The discounts will be offered during the early admissions period between April 5 and May 6, 2021. In addition, a full waiver of admission fee will be granted to all applicants during this period.
To avail the discounts, prospective students can either apply online or avail the benefit of in-person counselling and spot admissions at the Sheikh Zayed Centre in the AU campus. AU is operating free DPI and PCR testing facilities on its campus since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, and will follow strict social distancing norms to ensure the safety of participants during the admissions drive at the Sheikh Zayed Centre.
Details of the Early Bird Discount Offer are as below:
• Full waiver of admission fees
• 25% discount on select undergraduate programmes
• 30% discount for GCC citizens on all graduate and undergraduate
programmes (excluding PHD programmes)
• 50% discount for AU graduates on joining one of AU’s graduate programmes and
• 30% discount for graduates of other universities (excluding PHD programmes).While the early admissions discount offer is open from April 5 to May 6, places within each programme are limited and admissions at AU are highly competitive. Therefore, applying early within the early admissions window will offer students the best chance of securing a place in one of AU’s elite programmes, at highly discounted fees.
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