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30 June: Great Achievements of Education Ministry since 2014

Tue 30 Jun 2020 | 01:33 PM
Mai Shaheen

On 30 June 2014, Egypt started a historic step towards a great future; the political leadership, headed by President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, understood that Egypt’s future lies in education and health.

Egypt has several education institutions as Higher Education and Scientific Research Ministry, which take responsibility of facilitating the graduation of youth generations who will build the future.

The ministry’s achievements over the past 6 years "On 30 June 2014" came as follows:

* The public universities number reached 27 by increasing 4 universities since 2014/2015, of which 3 were established in the last two years in New Valley, Matruh and Luxor.

*The colleges and institutes number reached 494 by increasing 93 colleges since 2014/2015.

*188 new program has been launched which serving the needs of the labor market and the national development process by increasing 70 programs since 2014/2015.

*The private universities number reached 35, by increasing 17 university since 2014/2015, which include 168 colleges by increasing 32 college since 2014/2015.

* In addition 8 technological colleges which include 45 technical institutes, as well as 3 new technological universities which began its academic year in 2019/2020.

They include Technological University in New Cairo, Quesna and Beni Suef, as well as upcoming 5 technological universities in the following cities ''East Port Said, 6 October, Borg El Arab, New Luxor and Assiut.

This in addition to 4 new private universities established by the Higher Education Ministry in cooperation with state institutions number, such as; El Galala University , King Salman bin Abdulaziz University in South Sinai with its three branches in the Sharm El-Sheikh, Al-Tur and Ras Sidr.

It is worthy to note that Al-Alamein International University, new Mansoura University, and the Egyptian University of Information Technology is being established in the new administrative capital.

As for universities with international agreements, the Egyptian-Japanese University of Science and Technology has launched the Islaska University branch in Egypt and the German International University.

The agreement include 3 branches for foreign universities such as; the Canadian Universities Foundation in Egypt which hosting the Prince Edward Island University branch, the Knowledge University International Foundation hosting the British Coventry University branch and the Global Foundation that hosting the British Hertfordshire branch.