EUI welcomes an academic delegation from the Faculty of Computers and AI at Fayoum University
Egypt University of Informatics, with its premises in the Knowledge City at the New Administrative Capital, welcomed Prof. Mohamed Helmy Khafagy, Dean of the Faculty of Computers and Artificial Intelligence at Fayoum University, and his accompanying delegation, in the framework of enhancing cooperation between the non-profit universities and their governmental counterparts take advantage of their potential strengths as well as visiting the Knowledge City with the specialized institutes affiliated to the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology.
Prof. Reem Bahgat, President of Egypt University of Informatics, and Prof. Hoda Mokhtar, Dean of the Faculty of Computing and Information Sciences, welcomed Prof. Mohamed Helmy Abdelaziz Khafagy, Dean of the Faculty of Computers and Artificial Intelligence at Fayoum university and his accompanying academic delegation of faculty members and several students.
Prof. Bahgat stressed that the exchange of visits between the two universities would contribute to strengthening the specialized ICT-related education system and relationships between the non-profit and governmental higher education systems, as this cooperation represents a fertile scientific environment that enriches universities as well as students and faculty.
To learn about the university's potential, Prof. Hoda Mokhtar, Dean of the Faculty of Computing and Information Sciences, escorted the academic delegation of the Faculty of Computers and Artificial Intelligence at Fayoum University, which included Prof. Mohamed Helmy Khafagy, Dr. Mustafa Rabie, AI Program Coordinator and the dean's assistant for academic and students affairs, Dr. Ahmed Salama, Assistant Professor at the Information Systems Department, and Student Activities Coordinator, Dr. Angie Ragaei, Assistant Professor at the Department of Basic Sciences, and Mrs. Hala Sayed Hafez, Director of the Student Life Department of the faculty, in the presence of Prof. Mohammed El-Sharkawi, Professor at the Faculty of Computing and Information Sciences, Dr. Amal El-Gammal, Head of the Department of Software Engineering, Faculty of Computing and Information Sciences and Head of International relations department and Dr. Basma Hassan, Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Computing and Information Sciences at EUI, and a number of students from both faculties.
Prof. Mokhtar, Dean of the Faculty of Computing and Information Sciences at Egypt University of Informatics, introduced the University's potential and academic programs and the agreements and partnerships with significant top-ranked international universities. Stressing that the exchange of visits with the Faculty of Computers and Artificial Intelligence at Fayoum university centered on establishing a framework for the development of cooperative relations between Egypt University of Informatics as a non-profit university and governmental universities, on identifying the most significant developments in universities and define frameworks for cooperation and coordination to foster fruitful and constructive scientific and research exchange. "
Prof. Mokhtar added: "The aim of the exchange of visits between the two universities is to enhance the use of academic, educational, and research potential through the exchange of academic programs and experiences and research, the establishment of joint research projects, the organization of scientific seminars and conferences, and the organization of students exchange programs at the level of training or summer visits."
Prof. Mohamed Helmy Khafagy, Dean of the Faculty of Computers and Artificial Intelligence of Fayoum university, confirmed that the exchange of visits with Egypt University of Informatics is a step to the future outlining the stages and prospects of the work between them; In addition to benefiting from the areas of excellence from both sides ", which seeks to realize the aspirations of the government and looks to the future, by supporting the development of education and access to advanced centers, especially since education is crucial for any government that aspires to be at the forefront of nations.
Prof. Khafagy added: "The world is undergoing a high-speed global knowledge, technology, and digital transformation and changes, which requires us to qualify our students for future jobs and the skills required. This is our role in preparing the youth, the strongest and most important link for this stage, as the real investment in the future."
Egypt University of Informatics is the first specialized university in the Middle East and Africa in Communications, Information Technology, and affected fields. It was established by the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology in cooperation with the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research to become a leading academic institution offering specialized educational programs to meet the needs of the labor market of state-of-the-art ICT specialists and is located in the Knowledge City at the new Administrative Capital.
Egypt University of Informatics has four faculties (Computing and Information Sciences, Engineering, Business Informatics, Digital Arts, and Design), offering 16 specialized educational programs to meet the labor market's needs from specialists in the latest fields of ICT, such as Artificial Intelligence, Data Science and Engineering, Electronics and Communications Engineering, Business Analytics, Digital Marketing and E-Commerce, Animation Arts, User Experience and Game Design.