The British University in Egypt

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The British University in Egypt
الجامعة البريطانية فى مصر
Motto"Learn How to Think not What to Think"
EstablishedSeptember 2005
PresidentDr. Mostafa El-Feki (2005-2008)
Prof. Ahmed Hamza (2008-2013)
Prof. Mostafa Gouda (2013-2015)
Prof. Ahmed Hamad (2015-Present)
Vice-presidentProf. Leslie Croxford,
Prof. David A. Kirby
CampusEl Sherouk
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The British University in Egypt is a private Egyptian university in El Sherouk, Cairo Governorate, Egypt. Founded in September 2005, through an inter governmental agreement, the University provides a British style of education and awards degrees validated by its partner UK universities and the Egyptian Supreme Council of Universities. Located some 30 km from downtown Cairo, the campus covers approximately 40 acres (feddans) of land with some 27000 m² space of modern purpose-built teaching facilities.[1]

University faculties[edit]

- Faculty of Business Administration & Economics & Political Science
- Faculty of Dentistry
- Faculty of Engineering
- Faculty of Energy and Environmental Engineering
- Faculty of Information & Computer Science
- Faculty of Mass Communication
- Faculty of Nursing
- Faculty of Pharmacy
- Faculty of Arts and humanities
- Faculty of Law

Board of Trustees[edit]

See also[edit]

  1. ^ "BUE History". History.

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 30°7′4″N 31°36′23″E / 30.11778°N 31.60639°E / 30.11778; 31.60639