Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology Announces starting three vocational diplomas

Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology Announces starting three vocational diplomas

Prof. Amr Eltawil, Dean of the School of Innovative Design Engineering at Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology and Secretary-General of the Board of Trustees, confirmed that the Board approved the initiation of three professional diplomas including the Professional Diploma in Food Safety and Quality Management, the Professional Diploma in Embedded Systems, and the Professional Diploma in Data Engineering. He also stated the Board of Trustees formed a committee under the leadership of Prof. Hany Helal, former Minister of Higher Education, to study technological education in compliance with the Japanese KOSEN system. This committee includes field experts from both the Egyptian and Japanese sides.

On the other hand, Eng. Mohamad Abdel-Gayed EL-Araby, presented the experience of the technical school in Quesna, which was established by El-Araby Group in cooperation with the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). Furthermore, he stated that every year more than 1000 students apply to the school, but only 140 students get accepted. Teaching at this school is undertaken by adjunct specialized teachers from the Ministry of Education and engineers from El-Araby Group. In addition, the students spend 3 days at school and 3 days at the factory for three years which leads to graduating students who are well-equipped with practical experience; thus, the graduates are far more proficient than their counterparts. He also, affirmed that the graduates of this school receive high salaries due to their high proficiency and technical abilities and skills.