Prof. Ahmed El-Gohary: The strategic plan of Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology supports Egypt Vision 2030 and Africa’s Agenda 2063

Prof. Ahmed El-Gohary: The strategic plan of Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology supports Egypt Vision 2030 and Africa’s Agenda 2063

Our academic programs qualify graduates to overcome the challenges of the local and international labor market.

During his speech at the University’s Board of Trustees meeting, Prof. El-Gohary confirmed that the proposed strategic plan of the university 2021-2025 supports Egypt’s Vision 2030, Africa’s Agenda 2063 and the United Nations goals for sustainable development. They take into consideration the Fourth Industrial Revolution, its realities and the changes that will occur in the labor market locally and globally and the consequent emerging disciplines that will be in great demand.

The President of the University added that the strategic plan will also discuss the future required skills for the international labor market.

Prof. El-Gohary explained that the academic programs of the university qualify graduates to cope with the challenges of the labor market and provide them with skills which are in line with the recommendations of the World Economic Forum, through a set of liberal arts courses that refine students’ skills and experiences and develop their personality before and after graduation.