The Minister of Higher Education holds a meeting to discuss the establishment of a private technological university in Badr City

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contract d. Khaled Abdel Ghaffar, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, held a meeting yesterday, in the presence of Dr. Muhammad Abdul Hamid Shaira, Chairman of the Engineering Sector Committee of the Supreme Council of Universities, and Dr. Hassan Al-Qalla, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Badr University, and Dr. Mostafa Kamal, President of Badr University, in the Special Education Building in New Cairo.

The meeting discussed the establishment of a private technological university in Badr City in cooperation with the Saxony Institute of Technology, which is one of the largest institutions of higher technological education in Germany. It is planned that the university will be established on an area of ​​80 acres in Badr City, which is considered one of the important industrial cities in East Cairo.

The private university of technology will grant students dual university degrees in cooperation with German educational institutions. The university aims to provide distinguished technical and technological education, and to qualify graduates well to meet the requirements of the local and international labor market.

Badr University of Technology will offer 13 distinct fields of study, including (civil engineering technology, electrical engineering technology, computer and information technology, mechanical engineering technology, electromechanical systems technology, chemical and environmental engineering technology, applied science technology, agricultural technology, food technology, and health care technology). Arts and media technology, creative industries technology, management technology).

Several other educational institutions also intend to submit their files during the coming period, to establish private technological universities in many industrial areas spread throughout the Republic, and the ministry’s interest in technological universities comes in line with the state’s plan for sustainable development 2030, by developing technical and technological education to meet the requirements of the local and international labor market for graduates. Technological universities.

The article was written in Al Borsa newspaper, the Minister of Higher Education holding a meeting to discuss the establishment of a private technological university in Badr City.