Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology (E-JUST) signed an MoU with Chiba Institute of Technology, Chiba, Japan, 5th February, 2020
Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology (E-JUST) signed an MoU with Chiba Institute of Technology (CIT), Chiba, Japan. E-JUST was established in 2010 in New Borg El Arab City, Alexandria, Egypt based on the bilateral agreement between the governments of Egypt and Japan. The Japanese government has been implementing the technical cooperation project through Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA). With the cooperation of Japanese universities, JICA has been supporting to establish, operate and enhance the academic programs as well as the governance of E-JUST. E-JUST has been receiving international students from African countries with the aim to be the center of excellence of higher education and advanced research not only in Egypt but also in the Middle East and Africa. Chiba Institute of Technology was established in 1942 and is the oldest private technical university in Japan.
Prof. Ahmed El-Gohary signed the MoU during his visit to CIT on February 5th 2020, in presence of his Excellency Ambassador Ayman Kamel, Egypt Ambassador to Japan. E-JUST delegation was welcomed at CIT by the Board of Trustees (BoT) Chairman Mr. Osamu SETOKUMA, and CIT president Professor Kazuhito KOMIYA. The MoU covered possible means of collaboration between both institutions in the fields of Education, Science and Technology, including: Joint research activities and publications, cooperation on programs of basic and applied research and technology transfer, exchange of invitations to scholars for lectures, talks and sharing of experience, exchange of invitations to scholars to participate in conferences, colloquia and symposia, exchange of information in fields of interest to both institutions, exchange of faculty members and students for study and research, and exchange of administrative staffs for capacity building.
E-JUST delegation was also escorted in a tour around CIT campus which hosts close to 10,000 students.