Admissions

What you need

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Students applying for admissions at NUA must have transcripts showing the successful completion of the Egyptian “Third Prep” or the American 8th grade equivalent. Acceptable transcripts must come from a government accredited school or similarly qualified educational institutions. Exceptions to this must be processed through Nile Union Academy Admissions Committee. Students who have some English proficiency must take an in-house “English Language Proficiency Assessment” to qualify for 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grades.

Pick up an application at our office or download and complete the application on the school website at www.nuasda.org. The following forms should be turned into the NUA Business Office by June 1, 2018.

  • Application Form
  • Financial Form
  • Three Recommendation Forms
    • This should include a: pastor, teacher or principal, and one other responsible adult who is not members of your immediate family. This could include an NUA graduate.
  • Signed “Student Agreement”
  • Birth Certificate
  • Your most recent school transcripts
  • A recent passport photo.


The Admissions Committee meets in June of each year. You will be notified of your status after Admissions Committee has made decisions regarding all the applicants. Students are accepted, denied, or put on a waiting list. All recommendations and applications are treated as confidential and will not be shared outside the members of Admissions Committee. Once accepted, you will need to come to school on Registration Day as scheduled. On that day you will get financial clearance, register for classes, and new students will take an In-house English Language Proficiency Assessment for placement purposes. by June 1, 2018.

Each student must receive financial clearance during the course of Registration Day. NUA is able to provide the education it provides because our students are responsible and pay their tuition. Failure of a student to pay their bill will result in that student not being allowed to attend classes, and in due course, suspension or even expulsion from NUA. Each year the new tuition and room and board rates for the following academic year will be made public prior to the start of the academic year.

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