• Egyptian applicants must have completed secondary programs education and hold valid THANAWYA AMMA certificate- Sciences Stream or equivalent (e.g., IGCSE, American Diploma, and Al-Azhar).
  • Japanese applicants must have completed high programs education.
  • Applicants from other countries must have equivalent secondary programs certificate approved by the Supreme Council of Universities of Egypt (SCU).
  • Applicants must pass successfully the written examinations in Math-1, Chemistry, Biology, and Logical thinking required for admission to E-JUST.
  • Candidates are requested to pay the predetermined tuition fees approved by the university council or they may be supported by scholarships or grants.
  1. The language of study in E-JUST programs is English, and E-JUST sets up a system to ascertain the level of students in English, all applicants are required to take the EJUST English Proficiency Test (EPT). Students who perform satisfactorily in their exam will be able to start their study program directly after passing the entrance examination.
  2. Students who have TOEFL (IBT) score of 60 or IELTS score of 6 will be waived from the E-JUST English Proficiency Test. Only valid certificate will be accepted (the certificate validity is 2 years after the test date).
  3. Students who didn't pass the E-JUST English Proficiency Test might be enrolled in EJUST as a provisional student for one academic year if he/she will pass the test within this year, otherwise the student enrollment will be terminated.
  4. Provisional student can register 14 credit hours based on the university’s academic schedule.
  5. The provisional students will pay English intensive course fee, which is estimated as the fee of two credit hours of the FIBH students.

The minimum admission requirements will be announced before the entrance examination for the following categories:

  1. Egyptian Thanawiya Amma Certificate.
  2. Thanawiya Amma Certificate from Arab Countries.
  3. British Programs: GCE/GCSE/IGCSE: A maximum of 3 O-level courses can be from grade 11.
  4. In addition, at least two AS or A-level courses from grades 11 or 12 in biology, chemistry, physics, or mathematics is required. Priority will be given to students with more courses in Advanced Level. it is not permissible to accept from holders who have obtained Physics and Mathematics only.
  5. American high Programs diploma with a minimum average of 3.00 out of 4.00 and must complete three years of a university preparatory program including grade 10, 11 and 12. An applicant must obtain SAT I score of at least 1450 or ACT-E, and SAT-II in two subjects (Math, Physics, Chemistry, Biology) with a minimum total score of 1050 and a minimum score of 500 on each subject. In the previous cases, it is not permissible to accept from holders of equivalent certificate who have obtained Physics and Mathematics only.
  6. Equivalent to Thanawiya Amma for the following and all other certificates approved by SCU:
    • Canadian certificates
    • French Baccalaureate
    • German Abitur Certificate
    • International Baccalaureate
    • ALAZHAR thanawya
  1. The University Council determines the tuition fees early March annually.
  2. The student pays the tuition fees at the beginning of the fall, spring, and summer semesters.
  3. The registration of a student in a semester is terminated if he/she does not pay the tuition fees within 3 weeks from the beginning of that semester.
  4. The student enrolled in a program and intended to withdraw from the program, cannot redeem the tuition fees that he has paid.

The final grade and the grade point in a course are based on the total aggregate of marks earned from all activities done in the course including periodicals, practical, oral, and final written exam as shown in the study plan tables. The minimum success limit for a student to pass is 60% (Except for the human rights course and university requirements, where the minimum pass rate is 50% and is not added to the student’s cumulative GPA) and the student must attain minimum 30% of the final written examination marks. Final grades for courses shall be recorded as follows:

Percentage marks Grades
≥ 95% Excellent 4.00 A+
≥ 90% -less than 95% 3.70 A
≥ 85%-less than 90% Very good 3.30 B+
≥ 80%-less than 85% 3.00 B
≥ 75%-less than 80% Good 2.70 C+
≥ 70%-less than 75% 2.30 C
≥ 65%-less than 70% Pass 2.00 D+
≥ 60%-less than 65% 1.70 D
Less than 60% Fail 1.00 F

Total grade points secured divided by the total Credit Hours taken shall be computed as Grade Point Average (GPA). A student is declared to have passed the semester examinations when he/she passes in all the courses of the semester having minimum GPA of 2.00. To obtain PharmD undergraduate degree, the student must successfully pass 179 credit hours for all areas of specializations with an average score of not less than GPA 2.00.

In addition to the above grade, the following grades may appear in the student semester transcript.

W I Work incomplete due to circumstances beyond the student’s control approved by PharmD program council. Withdrawn; a student was enrolled in a credit course and withdrew from the course before the tenth week.

WF Withdrawn failing; a student was enrolled in a credit course and withdrew from the course after the tenth week.

FW Forced withdrawal; Students who do not achieve the minimum attendance of the course sessions.

A course in which the grade F, FW or WF is received will not counted toward degree requirements. If the student fails a course (gets F grade), he should repeat the course (full attendance and performing all activities including examinations), according to the following rules:

  • The student gets the grade of the course after repeating. This grade is the recent grade and will be counted in the cumulative GPA and will be reflected in the student’s transcript.
  • The student should pay the full credit hours’ fees for the repeated course. A course in which the grade of F is received is not counted toward degree requirements until the grade F is replaced by grade A, B, C, or D. The semester GPA is the sum of all quality points (quality points of a course = course credit hours x grade points of the course) for one semester for grades A+, A, B+, B, C+, C, D+, D, WF, and F divided by the sum of all corresponding semester credit hours.

Grades IF and I are excluded from all grade-point computation. The cumulative GPA is computed similarly using all the grades received by the student.


  1. Multiply the point value of the letter grade by the number of credit hours. The result is the quality points earned.
  2. Total the credit hours for the semester.
  3. Total the quality points for the semester.
  4. Divide the total quality points by the total credit hours.
  5. The result is the G.P.A. for the semester.


  1. Calculate G.P.A. for each semester.
  2. Total the credit hours from all semesters.
  3. Total the quality points from all semesters.
  4. Divide the total quality points for all semesters by the total credit hours for all semesters.
  5. The result is the cumulative G.P.A. An honorary degree is awarded to a student who has a minimum cumulative average of 3.7 in every semester of study in credit hours program. The award of the honorary degree requires that the student has not received an F in any course of study inside or outside EJUST. A student will be transferred from level 1 to level 2 after successfully completing 36 credit hours, and from level 2 to level 3 after successfully completing 70 credit hours, from level 3 to level 4 after completing 108 credit hours, and from level 4 to level 5 after successfully completing 145 credit hours.


Courses in which a student received a grade of D+, or D may be repeated. Repetition more than once requires the approval of the PharmD Program Council. If a student takes the same course more than once, all grades will appear on the student's record. The student will receive credit for the course only once which is the most recently earned grade and will be used in computing the cumulative GPA. This is used only for the first repeated 18 credit hours. In case of further repetition, after the first 18 credit hours repeated The student will receive credit for the course only once which is the most recently earned grade and will be used in computing the cumulative GPA. The student should pay a new fee of the credit hours of any repeated course.