In the presence of 88 Egyptian and African students, Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology organizes a session for new masters and doctoral students

Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology organized an orientation session for new graduate students at the university, giving them an introductory presentation about the university and its facilities as a research university with research laboratories of international standards. Also, they were introduced to the study programs in the faculties of engineering, basic and applied sciences, and business.

 

The meeting was attended by Prof. Ahmed El-Gohary, President of the University, Prof. Amr Adly, Professor of Electrical Power and Coordinator of the Strategic Plan at the university, Prof. Masaki Suzuki, Vice President for International and Regional Affairs, and Prof. Sameh Nada, Vice President for Educational and Academic Affairs, and the deans of faculties, with the participation of 88 students: 33 international students and 55 Egyptian students.

During the meeting, the President of the university welcomed the new Egyptian and African graduate students, who joined the master’s and doctoral studies program at Egypt-Japan University, and mentioned the university’s features and its establishment philosophy, which is the use of educational systems and Japanese academic concepts that are built on laboratory methods in learning and teaching based on research projects.

The President of the university directed graduate students to study diligently and to benefit from the huge capabilities that the university provides to support scientific research, explaining that the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has equipped the university’s laboratories with the latest technological equipment in the world, and JICA funds research projects and scientific programs at the university.

He explained that the Egypt-Japan University is the first Egyptian government research university wholly owned by the state, pointing out that it is the first university to bear the name of Japan outside its borders, and was established under a cultural cooperation agreement between Egypt and Japan, signed in 1983, explaining that the university relies in its policy on taking advantage of the Japanese model in active learning based on experimentation, innovation and scientific research.