Refund Regulations

All deadline dates to be announced apply to all students including those who are applying for Financial Aid and to students expecting scholarships.

The amounts paid will be non-refundable after the above announced dates

  • Applying for refund at the Customer Service Office or withdrawing the student’s file from the Admission office at GUC means that the student is no longer a GUC applicant.
  • The procedures of the withdrawal and deletion of the registration in the Council for Private Universities / Ministry of Higher Education starts with applying for refund or withdrawal.
  • To cancel the withdrawal or refund the student must re-apply at GUC. In this case the student will be treated as a new applicant. Acceptance of student's request will be upon availability.
  • The student must return his ID (bus and library ID if applicable) to be able to receive his file including his original documents.
  • An amount of LE225 will be deducted for the ID in addition to the applicable percentage deduction from the refund amount.
  • The legal guardian’s signature is a must on the student’s refund and withdrawal Form.
  • The University will not be held responsible for students applying for refund / withdrawal and canceling it without officially informing the Admission Office and Customer Service Office.
  • Refund cheque will be delivered after 15 working days from the refund request
  • No refund of money will be accepted after the announced deadlines.

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