E-JUST SDGs Ranking
The Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology ranked fifth amongst Egyptian universities in the British Times Higher Education Impact Rankings that assess universities against the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for 2020.
The university’s sustainable development committee, chaired by Prof. Mona Gamal El Din Ibrahim, Dean of the School of Energy Resources, Environment, Chemical and Petrochemical Engineering (EECE), prepared the university’s sustainable development file for the year 2020, which includes 11 of the 17 sustainable development goals E-JUST seeks to achieve. E-JUST held a distinguished position in four goals: “Clean Water and Sanitation”, “Affordable and Clean Energy”, “Partnerships to Achieve the Goal” and “Climate Action”; whereby the university ranked 40th worldwide.
E-JUST is a university owned by the Egyptian government in partnership with the Japanese government. It is a research-oriented university which started its work from the new city of Borg El-Arab in 2010 with the admission of the first batch of graduate students for master’s and doctoral degrees in the Faculties of Engineering and Basic and Applied Sciences. The undergraduate stage started in 2017 in the Faculty of Engineering, in addition to the Faculty of International Business and Humanities.