Egypt

Egypt

Why Egypt ?

There are many reasons to study in Egypt, including well-respected universities, low living costs and the chance to immerse yourself in the country's unique fusion of African, Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cultures.

Egypt currently has 20 public universities (with about two million students) and 23 private universities (60,000 students). As well as six institutions featured in the QS World University Rankings® 2019, Egypt has all 20 representatives in the QS Arab Region University Rankings 2019, including seven within the top 50.

Modern day Jordan is a safe, forward-looking country where ancient monuments sit alongside (and sometimes right underneath) vibrant, modern cities

Nowhere is this mix of old and new clearer than in the nation’s capital Amman, a heaven for culture lovers where cafes, bars and shopping malls jostle for space with ancient temples and amphitheatres.

Climate:

The climate in Egypt varies from surprisingly cold to extremely hot. Along the northern coast of the country the climate is Mediterranean during winter (December through March) – cool, windy and humid, with occasional rains. Sometimes Mt. Sinai can be covered with snow!

Tuition fees :

Tuition fees in Egypt are charged on a per-credit-hour basis. The total number of credit hours you need will vary depending on your course, but generally you’ll take 15-20 credit hours, which cost around US$500 each. As an example, at the American University in Cairo, undergraduate international students will pay between US$14,556-19,400 per year, depending on the number of credit hours they take.

Living Expenses :

The cost of living depends on the lifestyle you desire to have. In general, Egypt is inexpensive. It is a cheap place to live, with transport, food and other things being inexpensive.

For example a one-bedroom apartment in a city center will cost around $148, after which there are, extra expense such as food, traveling, entertainment, health etc would cost an individual around 50-100 $

Tourism and Ethnicities:

Egypt has a thriving cultural tourism industry, built on the country's complex history, multicultural population and importance as a regional center.

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