HICIT in Shorouk Academy

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The Higher Institute Of Computer Science & Information Technology
المعهد العالي للحاسبات و تكنولوجيه المعلومات بلشروق
Type Private
Established June, 2004
Chairman Farouk Shabaan
President Ahmed Gaber
Location Shorouk city, Cairo, Egypt
Campus Shorouk Academy
Programs

Software engineering
System analysis
System design

Programming and SE development
Sports Football
Website www.sha.edu.eg

The Higher Institute Of Computer Science & Information Technology (Arabic: المعهد العالي للحاسبات و تكنولوجيه المعلومات بلشروق‎‎) in El Shorouk City is officially licensed by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research of the Arab Republic of Egypt. The Higher Institute of Computer & Information Technology in El Shorouk was granted its original accreditation according to the decree of the Supreme Council of Universities No. 79 on June 5, 2004.

Academic study[edit]

Academic fields[edit]

Academic degrees[edit]

The Higher Institute of Computer Science provide the Egyptian Bachelors in computer science that is equal to the Egyptian Bachelors in computer science provided by Egyptian universities.[2]

Testing centers[edit]

Prometic testing center[edit]

In March 2008 an agreement between the Institute and Prometric company was signed, these agreement give the institute the right to start his own testing center that provides all Microsoft exams as well as sun and Apple.[3]

ICDL testing center[edit]

In January 2010 another agreement between the Institute and UNESCO, was signed, these agreement give the institute the right to start his own testing center that provide the International ICDL and the Egyptian version of ICDL.[4]

Student activities[edit]

Microsoft student partners[edit]

2011 MSPs[edit]

President Ahmed Fouad

GDG Shorouk[edit]

Formerly known as Shorouk GTUG (Google Technology User Group) is the Google Developers Group in shorouk academy, founded in 2011 by the following students of HICIT:

  1. Ahmed Mahmoud
  2. Ahmed Farid
  3. Ashraf Hesham
  4. Nasser Ali

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