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President of the National Investment Bank and Chairperson of the Sustainable Development Committee of the Union of Egyptian Banks also attended the meeting.
We only received EGP 99bn, despite requesting EGP 138 bn, said Shawky
‘Unfortunately, teachers are poor, desperate, frustrated over their conditions,’ says researcher
Cochlear implants cost EGP 160,000 – 200,000 which add burden on low-income families
President Al-Sisi previously warned of rumours’ consequences on pace of development
Conference to include Egyptian scientists living abroad: Makram
Human capital is our most prised resource—an almost infinite resource, if we are capable of developing it to its full potential
“Egyptian education not free of charge, I want it free,” says minister
Al-Sisi advocates, supports major reforms uphauling education system, says report
Massive reforms will support the economy, says education minister
Investment in Egyptian youth is investment in Egypt’s future, says ambassador
Minister to meet Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry, says embassy
Many years ago, people started looking for online learning solutions to replace or complement their on-campus education. However, there are some trends that started to rise in the past 10 years that worsens the status even more.
‘Nasalak’ mobile application whereby users ask, answer questions through it
President Al-Sisi called on Egyptians to support him in implementing new health system
Expenditure on education, vocational training will be tax-exempt
Economic reform policies top issues, political reform hoped for
Allocations increase of EGP 40-45bn expected
‘Our children’s education is red line,’ parents say at demonstration to reject ‘curriculum Arabisation’
The German conglomerate Siemens announced that it will be offering the largest grant of its kind to support education in Egypt. The grant is estimated to be worth $120m and includes a package of the most modern digital industrial software. The grant aims to support training, higher education, and scientific research at the Faculties of …
Could the Egyptian school system be ignoring a fundamental aspect of teaching?
Over 700,000 female students enrolled in TSE in academic year 2015/16, says Population Council country director
Startups have narrowed gap between high-growth markets, emerging markets
Nasr and Shawky discuss available investment opportunities in education in their meeting
Companies look forward to facilitating procedure of land allocation and easing controls, creating flexibility, deciding fees
How could the Egyptian educational system be linked to the labor market?
EGP 7.57bn is the targeted investments in health care programmes
“We now work with 127 schools in Egypt, and our education services team is collaborating with the Egyptian government to develop the new Nile International Education System,” says chief executive
Solutions for Arab nations’ turmoil called for by leaders at 28th Arab Summit
After the outstanding success of its first round, faculties of fine arts, art education, and music education in Zamalek organise their second annual arts carnival that hosts hundreds of students, art fans, and public audience. The carnival will be held on 24 February and will showcase various kinds of arts for the interested attendees. “This …