Suez Canal University

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Suez Canal University
جامعة قناة السويس
TypePublic university
PresidentDr. Mamdouh Mostafa Ghorab
30°37′22″N 32°16′30″E / 30.62278°N 32.27500°E / 30.62278; 32.27500Coordinates: 30°37′22″N 32°16′30″E / 30.62278°N 32.27500°E / 30.62278; 32.27500

The Suez Canal University is an Egyptian university serving the Suez Canal area, having its faculties divided among the Suez Canal governorates (Port Said, Suez & Ismailia Governorates). It was established in 1964. It is notable for its non-classic research. It has 48 faculties (16 in Ismaïlia, 13 in Port Said, 10 in Suez and 9 in Arish[1]) with a total number of students reaching 21,325.[2]

The University has about 53 special units for research, education and community development.[3]

The university also includes number of centers and units which offer different types of services which are:

The Center Of Open Education

Which aim to provide an opportunity of continuing education for anyone who is holding a high school degree or a technical diploma who desires to raise their educational and cultural level and achieve a bachelor's degree grant by the faculties which participates in center's program as well as to give specializations to the bachelor's degree holders who want to have a specialization degrees in the areas which are taught by the Center

Suez Canal University Hospitals

Accredited Suez Canal University Hospitals provides evidence-based health care services that utilize top-notch technologies to serve the Egyptian community

Faculty members and leaders Development Center

which aim to provide continuing professional development opportunities for faculty members and leaders at the university

Information and Communication Technology Center

Which provides all the information about the university and its educational systems and the various details on programs of study various colleges


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