The German Ambassador H.E. Julius George Luy visit
General Secretary of Arab League H.E. Ahmed Aboul Gheit Visit
Welcome to The British University in Egypt!
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The British University in Egypt is a model that has proved success in achieving the international quality standards in higher education and scientific research compatible with our beloved Egypt.
The British University in Egypt aims to spread the spirit of challenge to the youth of Egypt by arming them with extraordinary knowledge and creations of thought in different fields.
The British University students and alumni affirmed their scientific excellence by winning many awards and success stories locally and internationally.
The British University in Egypt welcomes students and researchers by incubating their projects and ideas and works to develop them in the BUE Science and Innovation Park.
Academic Partnership between London South Bank University and the British University in Egypt
London South Bank University (LSBU) and The British University in Egypt (BUE) are delighted to announce their in principle agreement to form a major new partnership in British-Egyptian Higher Education, Research and Enterprise. This will include validation of graduate and undergraduate programmes in Business, Economics, and Political Science and the new programme in Mass Communication, together with those in Engineering and Informatics and Computer Science, for students joining the BUE from September 2014 onwards, as well as for those entering its new programme in Construction Engineering and Management.
Qualified Students, of both institutions, might be eligible for study abroad and/or exchange programmes at the partner University. In addition, staff exchanges enhancing teaching and mutual research collaborations between both institutions will be encouraged. A fundamental aspect of the collaboration will be joint international Research and Enterprise projects to address global issues with a strong focus on sustainability, energy and related matters.
Establishing a collaborative agreement in Egypt to develop a Nursing College with Queen Margaret University in Scotland (QMU) follows as a result of Dr. Akef Maghrabi – Chairman, Magrabi Group and Al Noor Magrabi Foundation – approaching QMU to be a partner in developing a Nursing Faculty within the British University in Egypt (BUE).
The overall aim of this programme is to enable undergraduate nurses to develop intellectual, professional and personal skills, required to promote health, prevent illness and provide care nationally and internationally.The graduate will contribute to the development of the profession through leadership, evidence based practice and the transfer of knowledge. During this process the students will achieve the competencies/outcomes required by current Nursing Sector at the Supreme Council of Universities and the Ministry of Health as well as the quality assurance requirements of the BUE and QMU.
Arrangements for quality assurance of the award of BSc (Hons) Nursing from QMU are set out in the Memorandum of Agreement for the partnership.
A Joint Board of Studies, Programme Committee and Student-Staff Committee will operate for the Programme in accordance with QMU requirements.
A Joint Board of Examiners, Convened by the Head of Subject, Nursing, QMU, will consider all student results and make recommendations on progression and award to the Senate of QMU and the Senate of BUE. The Joint Board of Examiners acts with delegated authority on behalf of the QMU Senate and BUE Senate. It will operate in accordance with the regulations of the QMU Quality.
An annual report and action plan will be prepared by the programme team for consideration by the Joint Board of Studies, School Academic Board at QMU and BUE Senate according to the guidelines published
An annual monitoring process is also carried out by the profession’s regulatory body in Egypt.