Merit scolarship - Private Scolarships - AUNA
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Scholarship

MERIT SCHOLARSHIP

AUNA is committed in contributing, at its level, to the Tunisian society by offering a certain number of scholarships to outstanding high school students.

The Merit Scholarships will be based on two main criteria:

  • Excellence
  • Social background

AUNA Merit Scholarships will be awarded to a number of outstanding high school students covering 100%* of the recipient’s tuition and aiming to encourage and promote academic excellence.

*The percentage of the merit scholarship (25% to 100%) is determined by the academic excellence of the student

Eligibility requirements

  • Be a student in Grade Tunisian Baccalaureate or its equivalent
  • Achieve excellent academic performance in high school
  • Demonstrate extra-curricular involvement and leadership skills

Fill the: Merit scholarship application form and submit it to the Admissions Office

To maintain the scholarship, the student must meet some conditions:

  • Register on a full-time basis with a minimum of 15 credits per semester
  • Maintain a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.5 at the end of each semester
  • Must not withdraw from or repeat more than 6 credits during the undergraduate tenure at AUNA
  • Respect University and Financial Aid rules and regulations and sustain an exemplary behavior

To apply for the Merit Scholarship

  1. Download The Form Graduate Scholarship form or Undergraduate Scholarship Form.
  2. Print The Application Form.
  3. Fill the Form with the requiered informations.
  4. Scan the Application form.
  5. Send to admission@auna.com.tn (in the object field, input “Scholarship Application” ) or deliver the printed and filled Application Form by hand at our address:

Villa n°5, rue Haroun El Rachid Mutuelleville - Tunis*

(*Techcare operates as the recruiting admission office for the AUNA)