Students who have limited financial resources to pursue university education and students who come with a high record of academic excellence can apply for financial aid at AUT. Financial support at AUT is given as one of the following:
Scholarships for students who achieved academic excellence at high school.
Work study, a percentage deducted from the tuition fee only, that helps students pay for their education and gain work experience
Grants based on the financial status of the family.
The scholarships available at AUT are:
- The Edouard Honein scholarship for studies in Journalism and or Public Relations: the scholarship is offered by AUT to new students with high achievement record at school (general average of 13 over 20 and special attention to language skills)and can be split among two students for the duration of the studies. Priority is given to students born in the Baabda caza then to students born in the caza of Jbeil. If neither condition exists among new students, then it is up to the discretion of the committee made up of one member of the Edouard Honein family, the AUT President, the Director of Admission and the VP External Relations to decide on the recipient(s). The conditions to maintain the scholarship are ethical behavior and a GPA of 2.7 and above
- The Dr Antoine Hinain scholarship bears the value of $2500 per year and goes to new students who enroll in any Science major (Nutrition, Computer Science or Water Resources Science) and who come from Life Science backgrounds with averages in Biology and Chemistry equal to or higher than 13 over 20. It can be offered to one or more recipients. Priority is given to students born in the Baabda caza then to students born in the caza of Kesrwan. If neither condition exists among new students, then it is up to the discretion of the committee made up of the AUT President, the Director of Admission and the VP External Relations to decide on the recipient(s). The conditions to maintain the scholarship are ethical behavior and a GPA of 2.7 and above.
- The Farid Haykal El Khazen Fund averaging $3000 per student.
- The Advisory Board scholarships are valid for any major at AUT in all three faculties and amounts granted vary according to high school scores.The conditions to maintain those scholarships are ethical behavior an a GPA of 2.7 and above
- Financial aid is granted according to the applicants' family fsocial and financial situations. The deadline for application is September 1, 2016