Al-Ahram Electronic Website
July 23rd, 2019
E-JUST organizes Open Campus Day for High School Students
Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology is organizing an Open Campus Day for High School Students and its equivalent degrees as well as their parents. This event is scheduled to be held this Saturday at the University’s headquarters in Borg El-Arab city, Alexandria.
The program includes presenting a lecture on Technology Development in the coming years and how to cope with it. Simultaneously, introducing the students to some activities and academic experiences. In addition, the students met with Faculty staff members to learn about E-JUST studying disciplines and applicable Japanese education methods. The Japanese education system depends on practical applications and innovation.
The University organized a tour for the presene to visit E-JUST permanent headquarters first phase and E-JUST campus. Afterwards, the esteemed guests visited E-JUST Activities Hub Building which includes an indoor swimming pool, billiard game, squash court, football fields, tennis courts and a handball playground.
Students participate in some recreational activities, sports and Japanese culture, and students test personal analysis, which helps them determine their choice of college to join them by identifying their potential and abilities and talents.
Dr. Ahmed El-Gohary, President of the University, said that the university’s permanent campus, which is located on 200 acres with a cost of over 4 billion pounds, is funded by the Egyptian government. The campus includes the educational buildings of the colleges, the laboratories, the building of excellence, the central library, As a model for fruitful cooperation between the governments of Egypt and Japan, which will have a significant impact in promoting the system of university education in Egypt.
The university, the first Japanese university outside Japan, aims to build human resource capacity and development in the field of science and technology in Egypt and African countries, and the university began receiving applications for admission to the new academic year in the two faculties of engineering and international business management.