In Universities Honoring Ceremony Attended by Minister of Higher Education and Minister of Education… Egypt-Japan University is Ranked Second in International Publication

Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology won second place at the level of national universities in international publishing, as it contributed to a high total impact of scientific publishing, on the “Web of Science” website, during the previous three years in international publishing.
Prof. Khaled Abdel Ghaffar, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, and Prof. Tarek Shawky, Minister of Education and Technical Education, handed the award to Prof. Ahmed El-Gohary, President of Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology, during a ceremony honoring distinguished Egyptian universities in international publishing. This comes within the framework of cooperation between the Supreme Council of Universities and the Egyptian Knowledge Bank, and the publisher’s international sponsor “Clarivate”. The ceremony was held in a hotel in Cairo in the presence of Prof. Mohamed Latif, Secretary of the Supreme Council of Universities, Prof. Mahmoud Sakr, President of the Academy of Scientific Research and Technology, and several presidents and vice presidents of Egyptian universities, deans of colleges, and a group of faculty members and public figures. Prof. El-Gohary stated that achieving second place in international publishing is the culmination of the university’s efforts to support and develop the scientific research system, support researchers, encourage international publishing in journals with a high impact factor, and support the international publication of its scholars’ research in major international journals and the quality of scientific production.
He added that Egypt-Japan University has made a leap in its ranking locally and globally, as it won 2nd place locally and 11th regionally last July, according to the first edition of the British Times Classification of the Universities of the Arab World, in which 31 Egyptian universities and 125 Arab universities from 14 different countries participated.