Fayza Abul-Naga: Students from 11 countries enrolled in the Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology for September 2021
Ambassador Fayza Abul-Naga, National Security Adviser to the President of the Republic and Chairwoman of the Board of Trustees of Egyptian-Japan University of Science and Technology (E-JUST), said that the University has received 40 M.Sc. students and four PhD students from 10 African countries to study at the University by a joint Egyptian-Japanese funding; 59 students from 11 countries will join the University in September 2021.
Ambas. Abul-Naga explained during the University’s Board of Trustees meeting, on Tuesday, that accepting foreign students to study at E-JUST comes within the framework of the grants offered to the university from the TICAD 7 conference. One hundred and fifty grants were allocated to African students aiming to prepare a trained academic staff for Africa and to refine their expertise in the fields of science, technology and scientific research, and contributing to support students of faculties of engineering and basic and applied sciences of the African continent.
Ambas. Abul-Naga chaired the Board of Trustees meeting in its twenty-second session, which started Tuesday, in the presence of Prof. Ahmed El-Gohary the President of the University, Prof. Masaki Suzuki, Vice President of Regional and International Affairs, Prof. Goto Satoshi, Vice President for Research and Prof. Sameh Nada, Vice President for Education and Academic Affairs along with members of the Board of Trustees from the Egyptian and Japanese sides.