The British University Egypt cohosted the TEDxYouth@EBIS.

In an attempt to help students explore various opportunities, the Faculty of law at the British University in Egypt co-hosted the TEDxYouth@EBIS event in the BUE auditorium, Saturday 1st of September 2018.

This was viewed as one of the biggest summits that were facilitated by the BUE, where over 400 International High School Students from all over Egypt were gathered in a one-day event under the name of TEDxYouth@EBIS.

The TEDxYouth@EBIS is a community-driven event that attracts millions of people worldwide, where its Programme is designed to help communities, organizations and individuals. It is organized by a group of local youth volunteers. The goal is to be a catalyst to get the community talking, dreaming, and growing together.

BUE provided all of its resources and facilities for the students and helped in obtaining the perfect environment that made them more knowledgeable and aware during the event.

Many influencers were introduced to the students, who shared their life experiences, to show them the difference between insistence and persistence, how to face their fears and be motivated.
Speakers were:
  • Mahynour El Okda: Regional Trainer at Emerald Publishing
  •  Dr Nourhan Kandil famous blogger and nutritionist
  • Mohammed Saddek: author of best –selling book and movie Hepta, Taha El Gahareeb and other books.
  • Nada El Ashoumy: founder of Elite female‘s community “Miss Basket ”
  • Yasmine Yousri: Cancer Survivor who became one of the most reputable entrepreneurs in the Middle East.
  • Mohamed Nagy: Mental Health Awareness
  • Abdelrahman Moustafa: Teleportation and how a person should use this term in his daily life.
  • Maya Ashraf.
  • Ahmed Magdy: a famous athlete who is on a mission to revolutionize the sports' industry in Egypt as a whole through the use of technology.
  • Reham Medhat: a speech about the difference between selflessness and self-lessens
  • Randa Samir: the first ever gamification experience in Egypt
  • Mazen Kazem: History of intelligence
  • Maria Maged
  • Yahya Ghobashy
  • Mohamed Kilany: Famous athlete the first and Arab and Egyptian amputee to get all these achievements and medals since he lost his leg in a train accident.
Professor Hassan Abdelhamid, Faculty of Law Dean, attended part of the event, pointing out the importance for students to develop their skills to introduce them to real life, and emphasizing to continuous support of the BUE.

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