Founded 1983 as Beni-Suef Branch of Cairo University. Acquired present status and title 2005.

Through self- evaluation of its educational programs, Beni-Suef University seeks to advance a permanent development in its educational process, promote the quality of performance, and obtain an outstanding position among local, regional and international universities.

–Preparing qualified graduates fully equipped with scientific knowledge and experiences in different fields of specialization. Enabling them to offer, create, and compete in labor market whether locally, regionally or internationally.
—Providing a new generations of remarkable scientists, intellectuals, and men of letters who can make an effective participation in society by promoting its culture and environment.
–Reinforcing the sectors of production for universal competition through distinguished academic programs and standards.


Ain Shams University Vision (2018-2023)
It aspires to achieve a global competitive advantage in managing innovation system in education, research, knowledge and community.

Mission (2018-2023)
Ain Shams University is a research, educational and service institution that adopts innovation and qualifies as a graduate capable of competing in the labor market and community service in accordance with international developments and standards.


In 1968, at the request of the then Cultural Counselor of the Embassy of Spain in Cairo, Mr. Ángel Ballesteros, the Association of Hispanists of Egypt was created. Then it consisted of about 15 members all students of Spanish and some already had doctorate in Spain. The President was Dr. Mahmud Ali Makki but given the situation of the majority of the members occupied with their studies, few activities were carried out. In 1999 and due to changes in the statutes of the NGOs in Egypt, and since the Association is one more for the Egyptian Government, they were forced to normalize their situation to be able to work.
Once normalization was completed, there were new elections to elect the new administration that has 9 members, two of them Spanish, as well as the election of the new President that turned out to be Dr. NAGWA GAMAL MEHREZ who has been reelected again in 2007 after having gone through another readjustment to the new norms of The Egyptian State … Today the Association has approximately 90 faculty members from the four State Universities of the Country: Ein-Shams, Cairo, AL Azhar, Helwan and El Minia. In 2008, the professors who teach Spanish language classes in the schools adhered.
The Association has three committees: Executive, scientific and social administration. The field of work: Literature, Linguistics and Translation, Organization of conferences with the collaboration of the Cervantes Institute of Cairo, as well as congresses.
One of the main objectives of the Association is to strengthen relations with the Embassy and the Universities of Spain. For this reason, four agreements have been signed with the Universities of; Granada, De La Mancha and Alcalá de Henares, thus getting an exchange of teachers and students to study in both countries and get to know each other better.


The national university, since its emergence until being converted to a government university, managed to provide suitable atmosphere to academic education and achieve scientific and cultural communication between itself and high schools. Therefore, students of high schools joined the university as well as their theoretical study at their schools. Prominent teachers of Dar El-ulum and El-Azhar were mandated to teach at the university. The university also got assistance from scientific competencies of men of law and justice from outside high schools.
Free study system helped in achieving scientific and cultural communication through providing chance of listening to lectures in any sort of knowledge. Therefore, halls of lectures were crowded with students who came to get further knowledge without aspiration to get scientific degree. The university’s library also played an important role in achieving this communication. At the first phase, the university established rigorous rules of secular, rational knowledge; this was shown in Saad Zaghloul’s criticism of Ahmed Zaky’s sermon, in which he exaggerated in talking about Islam’s glory, at the occasion of inaugurating the university, Saad Zaghloul considered that incompatible with the occasion of inaugurating the university which has no religion, but science. A look to the programs of study at the university makes it obvious that the university’s trend is merely secular and that it is committed to instill values of science and scientific thinking among its students and train them on the assets of scientific research and its curricula at the hands of Egyptian and foreign teachers.
This does not mean that the secular attitude of the university was not met by criticism from conservative elements; Egyptian press was full of articles that attacked the university and invited to make the study ((Islamic)), and other articles that questioned the feasibility of this type of education in Egypt, however, the university has been able be careful not to get involved in a clash with the conservative trend which may have cost the university its very existence.
This scientific and cultural communication that the university achieved in the first phase of its lifetime and this accumulation of academic experience made the National Egyptian University a corner stone to establish a government university in 1925.


In 1975, Faculty of Education in Fayoum was established as one of the faculties affiliated to Cairo University. Faculty of Agriculture followed in 1976. After that, Faculty of Engineering was established in 1981. In 1983, the presidential decree was issued declaring Fayoum branch as an independent branch of Cairo University.
Finally, the dream of Fayoum people became true with issuing the presidential decree N. 84 dated in 2005 to establish Fayoum University. Then, the presidential decree N.193 dated in 2005 was issued to establish faculties of Medicine and Archeology. Both decrees were crowned with the appointment of Prof. Galal M. Said as a president of Fayoum University.

*Institutionalize and develop a distinguished core academy and diversify its educational services.
*Create a cadre of highly employable graduates imbued with scientific and technical knowledge and ethics.
* Contribute to scientific research nationally and internationally.
* Contribute to community outreach and help enhance the local community.


University Vision :

Suez Canal University is looking forward to occupy a prominent place among higher education institutions based on its contribution to university education development and its interaction with its community through pioneering research associated with its community.

University Mission :

It is a university heading for its community aims to provide opportunities to its student for learning and education which capable of competition and provide work opportunities in its wide field at globalization era responding its community needs and eager to develop values within it without compromised to abandon our identity

University Objects:
To ensure the quality of outputs, activities and processes of the university.
To create new scientific programs for graduate and postgraduate studies.
Enforce the university achievements on the national, regional, and international levels.
To switch to the electronic administration governance and to increase the potential of excellence present in the university.
Maximize the utilization of learning resources and information.
Increase the collaboration between SCU and the international centers of Excellence.
Innovate new modalities of learning and teaching.
Increase the capacity for students without compromising the quality.


Kafrelsheikh University is an Egyptian university established in 2006, located at Kafr Elsheikh, in the middle of the Nile Delta. The University has a number of faculties (or colleges) such as: Engineering, Medicine, Physiotherapy and Nursing, Pharmacy, Veterinary Medicine, Science, Education, Agriculture, Arts, Specific Education, Commerce, Physical Education.


Founded 1976, incorporating Faculties of Agriculture, Education, Humanities, Science, and Engineering which were previously part of the University of Assiut. A State Institution enjoying administrative autonomy. Financed by the Government.

Minia University is an international, comprehensive organization, its core mission is summarised in :

Implementing programs that meet learners’ personal aspirations and career needs across the life span.
Developing the academic programs for under / post studies to keep pace with rapidly changing and the scientific and technical progress
Generating new knowledge to benefit society and serve Environment
Using Science and Technology to achieve the goals of solving society problems through sustainable improvements of human resources in the region by providing superior education to its students, and to offer pragmatic and innovative solutions to address human needs through outstanding products and services.
Supporting the scientific and cultural connections between Minia University and other scientific organizations in the Arab world and internationally.
Enhancing the noble human values, and deepening the value of national loyalty.