Towards self sufficiency
We are keen on offering a financially independent liberal arts programme. To effectively give voice to members of the community, we aim to grow as self-sufficiently as possible. Localising our sources of income has made it possible for us to continue to prepare food - for thought - autonomously. We uphold self-reliance to sustain our programmes.
CILAS' expenditures amount to 750,000 L.E. per year. In order to make the 'bridge' programmes as accessible as possible to financially differently-abled applicants, tuition for the 'bridge' programmes amount to 18,000 L.E. per programme (two semesters), you can contribute it in three installments. It is our hope that need-based deductions would allow us to form a self-sufficient but also an inclusive and equitable scholarly collective.
We look at high-school attendance into four scales, university degrees held holders and place of residence to afforded need-based deductions on their tuition. An offer reflecting your financial need and ability to contribute will then be made during the interview. In solidarity, prospective students who are refugees in Egypt are exempted from tuition.