Newgiza University (NGU) has launched the admission for its new School of Economics and Politics for fall 2019/20.
The school seeks to become the leading educational institution for economics and politics in the MENA region; it aims at preparing its graduates to be both economists, and political scientists to face recent ongoing international changes, be active political actors, lead countries, and shape their futures.
This stems from the belief that strong educational background, good management of soft skills and analytical tools, as well as continuous interaction with experts and professionals, through extracurricular activities, are all important in shaping a successful generation.
NGU’s School of Economics and Politics is to be a hub for developing a distinguished group of professors, researchers, and students in the various economic and political disciplines, who can innovate and lead the society towards further academic, scientific and applied progress in Egypt and the Arab region.
Also, the school aims to graduate students capable of keeping abreast of the ongoing changes in the economic and political arena and representing Egypt in international organizations and forums as well as participating actively in political life.
The school seeks to develop the educational process in the fields of economics and politics in line with the successive changes in these fields at the local and global levels.
Moreover, it seeks to increase the level of practical training of the school’s students to enable them to get the best job opportunities domestically and internationally and to create a generation of students who has the energy, talent, and ability to think critically and to find solutions to economic, political and cultural problems.
The school council determined the number of accepted students in the program annually to ensure the implementation of the educational plan with the required standards and quality while complying with the rules of the Supreme Council of Private and National Universities.
Students with Egyptian general secondary school degrees or the equivalent degrees of foreign certificates, who wish to join the School of Economics and Politics, according to the admission procedures of the Office of the Coordination of Private Universities, should meet and fulfill the following requirements:
– The English Language Examination (IELTS) with a score of at least 6.5.
– A personal interview with the committee appointed by the school council.
– A statement of purpose of 450-500 words to be submitted.