On Monday, July 26, 2021, the Arab Academy of Sciences, Technology and Maritime Sciences signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN-UK) via video conference. The agreement was signed by Professor Ismail Al Kafar Ismail Barak, President of the Arab Academy of Sciences, Technology and Maritime Transport.
And Professor Graham Baldwin, President of the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN-UK).
A Memorandum of Understanding between the College of Engineering at the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN-UK) and the College of Engineering and Technology at the Arab Academy Branch in the new city of El Alamein is offering a dual degree in Bachelor of Engineering. The contract covers the following fields: Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electronic and Communication Engineering, Electrical and Energy Engineering, Structural Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Petrochemicals.
At the signing ceremony of the agreement via video conference, the Secretary General of the League of Arab States, Mr. Ahmed Abul Gaid, Ambassador Jeffrey Adams, British Ambassador to the Arab Republic of Egypt, Tarek Adele, Dr. Elizabeth White, Director of the British Council in the United Arab Emirates, Egypt. Aina Ellisin, Dean of the Faculty of Science and Technology from the University of Yoklon and Professor. Maria Marie, Dean and Professor of the Faculty of Engineering. Paul Rowe, Director of International Partnerships and Dr. Ahmed Helmi Onci, Deputy Dean of the College of Engineering for Projects and Partnerships.
Attending the signing ceremony of the agreement, the Secretary General of the League of Arab States, Mr. Ahmed Abol Gaid expressed his delight and added: On this occasion, I would like to congratulate the Academy and the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN-UK) on the many fields of science and research.
In his speech, Abul Gaid added: “I hope that such cooperation will enhance the Arab Academy’s capabilities to serve the youth of the Arab world, pointing out that the Academy is a bright model for joint Arab action. Miracles in various fields.”
For his part, Jeffrey Adams, the British Ambassador to Cairo, expressed his heartfelt gratitude for being invited to participate in the deal via video conference, adding, “I am delighted to be present at this special event in the presence of a special galaxy, and this collaboration helps to exchange experiences between the two sides. . “
Adams stressed the depth of Egyptian-British relations, and they have made significant progress in the past, pointing to the close cooperation of the two countries in the fields of education.
“We are working to further strengthen our relationship,” Adams said, adding that co-operation in higher education is one of the most important areas of cooperation between Britain and Egypt, which has seen a quality leap in the field of higher education. In Egypt.
For his part, I would like to take this opportunity to welcome His Excellency the Secretary-General of the United Arab Emirates, Mr. Ahmed Abul Gaid, and the Assistant Secretary-General of the United Arab Emirates to the United Arab Emirates.
I congratulate Dr. Ismail Abdel Kafar, the Arab Academy of Sciences, Technology and Sea Transport and the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN-UK) for signing this agreement.
The Ambassador of Egypt to the United Kingdom expressed his delight at the signing of several agreements between Egyptian and English universities over the past two years so that Egyptian universities could exchange science and expertise.
He expressed his delight at the signing of this agreement between the Arab Academy and the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN-UK), which confirms the interest enjoyed by the Department of Higher Education in Egypt during this period and will benefit both parties.
Professor Ismail al-Kafar, President of the Academy, expressed his delight at the signing of the Agreement, as it is a continuation of the joint success process between the Arab Academy and the University of Yoklon, which began seven years ago, and includes various aspects of collaboration: Etc. Today international programs as a degree in international education offer simultaneous certifications from both the Arab Academy and the University of Yuklan. University President Dr. The project is a success for Ahmed Helmi Onci, Vice Dean of the College of Engineering, who is responsible for implementing the collaboration between the Arab Academy and the University of Yoklon, Dr. Iman Morsi, Assistant President of the Student Training Academy, and all those who worked to do so.
Prof. Graham Baldwin, President of the University of Yoklon, thanked and congratulated Dr. Ismail Abdel Kafar, President of the Academy and the faculty members of the Academy. He expressed his delight at being ranked first in the Academy in this year’s QS Stars Rating, which is a huge nod. He expressed his hope that this collaboration would give further progress to both the universities and thanked Dr. Ahmed Onci, Dr. Ahmed L-Chapati and the support team from both the universities who have worked for 3 years to implement the dual degree program. All Engineering Departments at the Academy Branch in New Alameda City.
In the same context, Dr. Ahmed Helmi Onci said that the collaboration of the Yoklon University with the Arab Academy of Sciences, Technology and Maritime Transport is a success story that will last from 2014 onwards. It has been planned and implemented in stages to achieve the vision of the Egyptian government. The Sustainable Development Goals for 2030, including the quality of education through the implementation of genuine partnerships touched by children, are already on the parents’ floor before it was announced. Egyptian pounds cost. From the first year onwards the student will receive a discount of up to 50% on the cost of the programs as well as through the annual international training that the student receives annually in the UK at the University of Yoklon, companies and factories. New Alamein Engineering Branch of the Academy and a student at Yoklon University in Egypt. As well as the potential for student travel.
Studying an academic semester or academic year in the UK at the University of Yoklon, with tuition fees equal to the cost of an English student, not higher international costs, in addition to a bachelor’s degree, in addition to several full scholarships equivalent to 50 50 million. And PhDs for study in the UK and awarded by the University of Yoklon in collaboration with the European Union. I would like to thank my colleagues for this success, my staff from the University of Yoklon and the Arab Academy, led by Prof. Iman Morsi, Assistant President of the Academy, the Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Prof. Ahmed El-Safdi Al-Alamin Branch, Prof. Mohammad Qadir, and Dr. Hadley Brooks and Dr. Ali Haridi and Associate Professor Department Heads. Thanks to everyone for the teamwork.
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