October University for Modern Sciences and Arts

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October University for Modern Sciences and Arts (MSA)
جامعة أكتوبر للعلوم الحديثة والآداب
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MottoThe Best of British Higher Education in Egypt
TypePrivate University
Established1996; 25 years ago (1996)
FounderDr. Nawal El-Degwi
PresidentDr. Khayri AbdelHamid
PrincipalDr. Nawal El-Degwi
26 July Mehwar Road intersection with Wahat Road, 6th October City. Egypt.
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Campus6th of October, Dokki
ColorsGold , White
AthleticsFootball, Volleyball, Boxing, American Football
NicknameMSA University
WebsiteOfficial website

October University for Modern Sciences and Arts (Arabic: جامعة أكتوبر للعلوم الحديثة والآداب‎) is located in Cairo, Egypt.[1][2] It was founded in 1996 by Dr. Nawal El-Degwi, a pioneer of the Egyptian private education. The university is accredited by the Egyptian and British ministry of education and a graduate student can study in Britain without any equivalence.


MSA was established in 1996.


Pharmacy students at MSA attend drug design lab.

The university has 9 faculties:

  1. Computer Science
  2. Pharmacy
  3. Mass Communication
  4. Management Sciences
  5. Engineering
  6. Biotechnology
  7. Arts and Design
  8. Oral and Dental Medicine
  9. Languages

British Validation[edit]

MSA was the pioneer in Egypt to validate its programs with British Universities in 2002.

It is the first Egyptian university to grant its graduates a dual-origin bachelor's degree; namely a British degree from Middlesex (2002-2014), Bedfordshire (2014-present) or Greenwich (2002–present) universities, and another Egyptian degree which is accredited by the Egyptian Supreme Council for Universities. Thus, MSA University graduates enjoy the privilege of attaining scholarships and have the chance to pursue their MA and PhD studies in the United Kingdom.


  1. ^ "Modern Sciences and Arts University". www.4icu.org. Retrieved 26 October 2014.
  2. ^ "List of Egyptian Public, Private Universities and Egyptian Research Institutes" (PDF). www.rdi.eg.net. Retrieved 26 October 2014.

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