Cairo University, Egypt's number one university, is one of the country's oldest educational institutions. It was established in 1908 and is based in Giza. Up until 1940, it was known as the Egyptian University. It is regarded as the forerunner among Egypt's more modern and flourishing universities. The university offers 27 Faculties and Institutes, including Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Political Science, Faculty of Engineering, and more.
Ain Shams University
Ain Shams University, founded in July 1950 and located in El-Abbaseya, is one of Egypt's best public universities. The University of Ain Shams has 17 faculties, three postgraduate institutes, and 48 credit hour programs. The university employs approximately 20,000 people and has over 200,000 students. Ain Shams University is an educational, research, and administration institution that values progress and prepares its graduates academically and skillfully to compete in the labour market and provide community service in accordance with international developments.
American University in Cairo
The American University in Cairo (AUC) was founded in 1919 and is Egypt's top private education institution, with academics who are fluent in English. It can be found in New Cairo. The AUC is an American-accredited higher education institution that serves as a hub for the Arab world's intellectual, social, and cultural life. The university offers 38 undergraduate programs, 45 master's programs, and two PhD dissertations. The university's adherence to international guidelines has reaffirmed its global accreditation and positioning, ensuring that its students' certificates are recognized and valued around the globe.
Future University in Egypt
One of Egypt's most prestigious private universities is the Future University in Egypt (FUE). It was established in 2006 and is based in New Cairo. Six accredited faculties and two postgraduate programs are available at the university. The FUE has one of Egypt's best on-campus dental hospitals, and it was the country's first private university to have one in the first place. The FUE's primary goal is to provide its students with the highest level of intellectual learning and preparation possible, while also striving to update, develop, and improve its programs. The FUE provides full support to its students at all levels of education. It provides a positive and healthy environment for its students to pursue whatever studies they desire.
Alexandria University is an Egyptian public university located in Alexandria. It was founded in 1938. It has 24 faculties and institutes to choose from. In the 2010–2011 Times Higher Education World University Rankings, Alexandria University was ranked 147th in the world. More than 150 thousand students attend the university. Through the university's own resources, it provides opportunities for participation in academic conferences both locally and internationally, as well as at research centres.
Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport
The Arab Academy for Science, Technology, and Maritime Transport was founded in 1972 as a private university. El Alamein, Alexandria, Cairo, Aswan, Smart Village, and Port Said are among the six locations in Egypt. The university has 13 prestigious colleges that offer a diverse range of high-quality academic programs, with Maritime Transport and Technology being the most popular. Their mission is to contribute to the Arab region's social and economic development by providing distinguished agents who have been trained through comprehensive educational programs, top-notch faculty, and research centers of excellence.
The British University in Egypt
The British University in Egypt (BUE) opened its doors in El Sherouk, Cairo, in 2005. The BUE is without a doubt one of Egypt's most beloved and admired universities. It offers a variety of services to assist students on campus in reaching their full learning and social potential. It offers a variety of services to assist students on campus in reaching their full learning and social potential. The BUE opened a new “State-Of-The-Art” purpose-built Library building in April 2015, which offers a variety of services to students and academic staff. There are 11 faculties and two postgraduate programmes available. The BUE offers the highest academic standards in the United Kingdom. It was founded as a result of an agreement between the Egyptian and British governments to establish a university in Egypt that would adhere to British higher education standards and culture while also offering UK-validated degrees.
German University in Cairo
In 2002, the German University in Cairo (GUC) was established in New Cairo. One of Egypt's most prestigious private universities is the German University in Cairo. The university is a private, non-profit advanced education institution. It is the only integrated German university with three Bologna cycles outside of Germany. There are 31 undergraduate programs and 40 postgraduate institutes at the university. The university has a one-of-a-kind student exchange program that allows Egyptian students to study in Germany and complete their bachelor's and master's theses at German partner universities.
Misr International University
Misr International University (MIU) is a private university in Al Obour, Cairo, founded in 1996. Misr International University is a for-profit private institution of higher learning. The university has a student population of over 7,000 students. There are eight faculties at the university, including Computer Science. Alsun, Pharmacy, and others. By establishing a postgraduate program and presenting new fields of specialization in various faculties, the university is attempting to broaden its focus.
Mansoura University is an Egyptian public university in Mansoura, Egypt, that was founded in 1972. It has 18 different faculties with a total enrolment of over 180 thousand students and a workforce of around 25 thousand people. Mansoura University is eager to provide all types of educational advice and counselling to its students.