Egypt Universities

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Ain Shams University

Ain Shams University (Arabic: جامعة عين شمس) is an institute of higher education located in Cairo, Egypt. Founded in 1950, the university provides studies at the undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate levels.

Al-Azhar University

Al-Azhar University (Arabic: الأزهر الشريف‎; Al-ʾAzhar al-Šarīf, "the Noble Azhar"), is an Egyptian institution of higher learning.

Alexandria University

Alexandria University (Arabic: جامعة الإسكندرية ) is a university in Alexandria, Egypt. It was established in 1938 as a satellite of Fouad I University, becoming an independent entity in 1942. It was known as Farouk University until it became the University of Alexandria in 1952. Taha Hussein was the founding rector of Alexandria University.

American University in Cairo

American University in Cairo (AUC) is a private university located in Cairo, Egypt. The university provides high quality educational opportunities to students largely from the well-off segments of Egyptian society, as well as from other countries, and contributes to Egypt's cultural and intellectual life.

Assiut University

Assiut University is a public university in Asyut, Egypt. The University was established in 1957 to encourage research, education and community services in Upper Egypt. It is located in Assiut City, 375 km south of Cairo. The University comprises sixteen faculties and two higher institutes.

Cairo University

Cairo University (Arabic: جامعة القاهرة‎, previously Egyptian University and later Fuʾād I University) is an institute of higher education located in Giza, Egypt. The university was founded on December 21, 1908, as the result of an effort to establish a national center for liberal thought. Several constituent colleges preceded the establishment of the university.

Fayoum University

Fayoum University (Arabic: جامعة الفيوم‎, Jame'at al-fayum) is a public university located in the Egyptian city of Al Fayyum in northern Egypt.

The university was established in 1983 as a branch of Cairo University with the colleges of Education (1975), Agriculture (1976), and Engineering (1981).

German University in Cairo (GUC)

The German University in Cairo (GUC) (Arabic: الجامعة الألمانية بالقاهرة‎), is an Egyptian Private University established in cooperation with some German state universities. It is the first German university outside Germany.

Helwan University

Helwan University (established in July 26, 1975) is a public university based in Helwan, a southern part of the Cairo Governorate in Egypt. It comprises 18 faculties as well as 50 research centers.

Mansoura University

Mansoura University was founded in 1972 in Mansoura city, Egypt. Now, it also has a smaller branch in Damietta. It is one of the biggest Egyptian universities and has contributed much to the cultural and scientific life in Mansoura and Egypt. The faculty of medicine was founded in 1962 as a branch of Cairo University.

Minufiya University

Minufiya University (Arabic:جامعة المنوفية) is a public university in Egypt.

Misr University for Science and Technology (MUST)

Misr University for Science and Technology is a private university that was established in 1996. All the university's academic programs have been accredited by the Supreme Council of Universities.

Modern Sciences and Arts University (MSA)

MSA University is one of the first private universities in Egypt, established in 1996 per the presidential decree #244. MSA University enjoys a unique standing in higher education among Egyptian and Middle Eastern universities.

October 6 University

The university is built on an area of more than 40 acres. Comprises different kinds of academic, administrative and social facilities that cater to and serve the 14 different faculties.

Suez Canal University

Is an Egyptian University serving the Suez Canal area, having its faculties divided among the Suez Canal governerates (Port Said, Suez & Ismailia Governorates). It was established in 1975. It is notable for its non-classic research.