Nile University

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Nile University
جامعة النيل
Jāmiʿat al-Nil
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First National, Research Non-Governmental & Non-Profit University
TypeNational University
Established2006
PresidentTarek Khalil
Location,
30°04′04″N 31°01′13″E / 30.0677°N 31.0202°E / 30.0677; 31.0202Coordinates: 30°04′04″N 31°01′13″E / 30.0677°N 31.0202°E / 30.0677; 31.0202
CampusNU Main Campus: 26th of July Corridor, Sheikh Zayed City
Websitewww.nu.edu.eg

Nile University is the first non-profit, research university in Egypt. Founded in July 2006 with the support of the Egyptian Ministry of Communications and Information Technology. It is located in Juhayna Square on 26 July Corridor, Sheikh Zayed, Giza. The university has undergraduate programs and graduate programs alongside its research centers.

Undergraduate programs[edit]

  • School of Information Technology and Computer Science (ITCS), (Formerly known as School of Communication Engineering and Information Technology, CIT)

-Program of Biomedical Informatics (135 Credit Hours) -Program of Computer Science (122 Credit Hours)

  • School Of Business Administration
  • School Of Engineering

Graduate programs[edit]

  • School of Information Technology and Computer Science (ITCS), (Formerly known as School of Communication Engineering and Information Technology, CIT)

-Master of Science in Software Engineering -Master of Science in Information Security -Master of Science in Informatics -Professional Master in Software Engineering -Professional Master in Information Security -Professional Master in Informatics -PhD in Computer Science

  • School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (EAS)
  • School of Management of Technology (MOT)
  • School of Business

Research centers[edit]

  • Smart Engineering Systems Center
  • Center for Informatics Science
  • Wireless Intelligent Networks Center
  • Center for Nanotechnology
  • Center for Intelligent Transportation Systems
  • Nano-Electronics Integrated Systems Center
  • Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Competitiveness Center