Hoda Al Saati
Posted on: Saturday 3 September 2022 – 1:15 PM | Last update: Saturday 3 September 2022 – 1:15 PM
Abdel Aziz Kansowa, President of Alexandria University, witnessed the meeting of the Engineering Sector Committee of the Supreme Council of Universities, which was hosted by the Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University, today, Saturday. Governmental, civil and private sectors, former university presidents, planning committee members, engineering education experts, and the engineering sector office body.
In his speech, Dr. Abdel Aziz Qanswa, President of Alexandria University, reviewed the latest developments within the Faculty of Engineering in terms of restoring heritage buildings of a historical nature, stressing that it is carried out with the utmost precision, so that the Faculty of Engineering returns the crown in the facilities and faculties of Alexandria University as its predecessor.
He added that the university is always striving to provide modern and advanced educational and training programs, as well as continuous updating of the undergraduate and postgraduate programs to improve their skills. He pointed out that the Faculty of Engineering at Alexandria University is the first college to switch to the credit hour system at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Dr. Muhammad Shaira, head of the Engineering Sector Committee at the Supreme Council of Universities, confirmed that the meeting will discuss topics related to the development of engineering education in Egypt and evaluation systems for students, as well as discussing general topics related to scientific committees, promotions, the development of university education and scientific research in the field of engineering sciences, and topics related to regulations. The interior and study of colleges affiliated with the sector in both the undergraduate and postgraduate study stages for government, private and private universities and other universities, in addition to discussing reports evaluating field visits to newly established engineering colleges during the past ten years in both governmental, private and private sectors.
Dr. Said Allam, Dean of the College of Engineering, explained that the construction work at the College of Engineering is in full swing, in conformity with engineering specifications, and is carried out according to a prepared and studied work plan, adding that there is daily follow-up that comes within the framework of implementing the university’s strategic plan for the development and upgrading of the educational and construction process in the college.