By: Mai Shaheen:
CAIRO, Dec. 3 (SEE) – The Egyptian-Japanese University for Science and Technology (E-JUST), opened yesterday a center to support industrial sector at Egypt.
The opening was attended by Ambassador Fayza Abul Naga, presidential advisor for national security and head of board of trustees at the E-JUST, the Japanese Ambassador Masaki Nike, Dr. Ahmed El Gohary, president of the E-JUST, Dr. Hany Helal, former High Education minister and Dr. Yousry ELgamal, former Education minister.
For his part, Saleh Gomaa, general secretary of E-JUST said that the center aims to support the Egyptian industry through training workers at Egyptian factories via the teaching staff members at the university who are Egyptian as well as Japanese.
He noted that the opening of this center comes within the framework of the agreement upon which the E-JUST was founded, and which stated that Egypt will provide lands and facilities while Japan will provide the laboratory equipments as well as technical support through training some of the teaching staff who, in return, will train number of Egyptian workers.
He added that the university has 15 partnership agreements with Japanese universities, all focus on Engineering and Entrepreneurship.