Faculties and Academic Departments
Egypt Japan University of Science and Technology (E-JUST) welcomes applicants to its undergraduate program for Fall 2017 semester (academic year 2017/2018) through E-JUST website and online admission system.
The E-JUST undergraduate admission policy ensures equal opportunity to all applicants who meet the given criteria to succeed.
The undergraduate admission for Fall 2017 semester is available for:
Faculty of Engineering
1- School of Electronics, Communications and Computer Engineering (ECCE)
The School of Electronics, Communications and Computer aims at providing up-to-date theoretical and technological knowledge in various areas related to Electronics Communications, and Computer hardware and software systems. The program includes a number of core as well as elective courses, which permit the students to specialize in a particular area while covering a broad scope of various engineering fields.
School of Electronics, Communications and Computer Engineering has following Programs:
2- School of Innovative Design Engineering (IDE)
The School of Innovative Design Engineering aims to establish an environment which encourages the understanding and curiosity and inspire the creativity to provide innovative and sustainable solutions for the global challenges that leads to the improved quality of life
School of Innovative Design Engineering has following Programs:
3- School of Energy, Environment, Chemicals and Petrochemicals Engineering (EECE)
The School of Energy, Environment, Chemicals and Petrochemicals Engineering aims to provide students with relevant and efficient education, learning and research by adapting the Japanese style of education in the EECE school, as well as impacting the society through professionalism and ethics.
School of Energy, Environment, Chemicals and Petrochemicals Engineering has following Programs:
Faculty of International Business and Humanities
FIBH main goal is to fill in that gap and to create the leaders of tomorrow, given the rapid advances in ICT and the new structure of world economy. FIBH helps students to gain such leadership capacities by providing necessary knowledge, skills and dispositions. Japanese education method, which partly described earlier, and the liberal arts will be the core of this process.
The Faculty of International Business and Humanities consists of two schools:
(1) School of International Business
(2) School of Humanities.
Both schools are planned to include undergraduate and graduate tracks of multidisciplinary specializations. It is planned to start with the School of International Business in the fall of 2017, followed by the School of Humanities in future years.
The School of International Business is planning to offer an undergraduate degree in different tracks, in addition to graduate programs in the same fields. The tracks are: