Informatics and Computer Science is one of the most important pillars of any modern country. Our Faculty is at the forefront of the efforts to have creative …
Message from the Dean
Dear ICS Students,
Informatics and Computer Science is one of the most important pillars of any modern country. Our Faculty is at the forefront of the efforts to have creative, innovative, vigorous and thriving software and informatics industries. The BUE’s role is to provide you with the knowledge, the skills and the tools necessary to continue your learning journey and to start serving our country and our people.
Education is a lifelong endeavor. Make it your adventure.
Prof. Omar H. Karam
Dean of Informatics and Computer Science
The Faculty of Informatics and Computer Science seeks to be the centre of excellence for knowledge creation and dissemination and a model for academic cooperation across boundaries.
- To provide the highest calibre education and to graduate leaders of the information and communication technology in Egypt and the world.
- To provide an environment of scientific industriousness that promotes research, innovation and creativity.
- To establish, maintain and strengthen ties with the community, industry, universities and research centres – both nationally and internationally.
Strategic Objectives & Targets
First Objective: A distinct educational environment achieving competitive abilities for the faculty graduates.
- To acquire academic accreditation and continuous development.
- To develop advanced educational programmes that provide the necessary knowledge and skills for the work market.
- To raise the performance of the academic staff, assisting staff and administrators.
Second Objective: Special postgraduate studies and develop the scientific research.
- To enhance the scientific research at the faculty as to keep up with the technological progress.
- To increase the number of postgraduate studies programmes.
Third Objective: Mutual cooperation between the faculty and society.
- To enhance the role of the faculty in serving and developing the society.
- To create effective entities for serving society.
Why Study Informatics & Computer Science?
The Faculty of Informatics and Computer Science at the British University in Egypt is an effective and modern Faculty offering a diverse range of specialisms. The overall mission of the Faculty is to provide Egypt, and the Middle East, with a British style of education of the highest quality, and to supply graduates that feed and stimulate industry and commercial activities.
Informatics and Computer Science is concerned with the scientific, technical and human dimensions of information technology, in which computers feature to a substantial degree. Informatics and Computer Science is also concerned with the study, applications and social consequences of information technology.
The real purpose of informatics is to create novel and effective solutions to such problems as:
- How information technology can be used to solve business problems
- What is best way to design and build an information technology solution
- How to make sure that a proposed information system meets its requirements
- How we increase the effectiveness of information technology solutions
Informatics and Computer Science involves knowledge derived from many disciplines; Science, Engineering, Economics, Management, Sociology, Law, and Psychology.
The Faculty maintains close partnerships with industry in Egypt and beyond. The future of our society depends on individuals who are disciplined and organised, as well as creative and multi-skilled. No profession or organisation nowadays can afford to function without effective information technology solutions, and creating them requires individuals educated in an innovative and adaptive manner.
Students in the Faculty study in an environment that encourages diversity and innovation. Staff members are not just academic experts in their fields, they often have real life practical experience which are brought to their subjects, as well as close contacts with the ‘world of work’.
Students in the Faculty learn not just “what to think but how to think.”
In autumn 2009, the British University in Egypt celebrated the graduation of its first cohort. Among them were the first graduates of Informatics and Computer Science. They were nine graduates – six in Computer Science specialization and 3 in Information Systems specialization.
Today, ICS has more than 700 students. There are four active specializations; Computer Science, Software Engineering & Information Systems launched in 2009 and Computer Networks launched in 2010. In addition the ICS Master of Science degree programme started in September 2012. Currently, the Faculty has 30 Teaching Assistants and 15 full time Academic Staff members.
Student Union of ICS
|Faculty President||Mohamed Amr Nazeem||160630||Y2|
|Faculty Vice President||Natally Safwat William||156377||Y2|
|1.||159959||Ahmed Mohamed Hamed||Y2||President|
|2.||159436||Youssef Hamdy Hassanien||Y2||Vice President|
|4.||187393||Khaled Ashraf ElSayed||Prep.|
|5.||165132||Said Tarek El Maghraby||Y1|
|6.||169011||Ezzat Mahmoud ElShazly||Y1|
|7.||139596||Ahmed Mohamed Abdel Fattah||Y3|
|1.||161852||Ahmed Usama Hamed||Y2||President|
|2.||160292||Hisham Ahmed Ibrahimi||Y2||Vice President|
|3.||179242||Mohamed Hazem Mohamed||Prep.|
|4.||183839||Mohab Osama Abdel Khalek||Prep.|
|5.||177372||Ahmed Sayed Mohammed Ibrahim||Y1|
|6.||175487||Ahmed Mohamed Salah||Y1|
|2.||173377||Seif Mahdi||Y1||Vice President|
|3.||186081||Ahmed AbdulAziz ELSayed||Prep.|
|4.||184081||Seif Ahmed Lotfy||Prep.|
|5.||165937||Seif Tarek Mohamed Mahs Nassar||Y1|
|6.||153509||Aya Hesham Abo El-Rejal||Y2|
|7.||144711||Ragy Hosni Ahmed||Y3|
|1.||160630||Mohamed Amr Nazeem||Y2||President|
|2.||166536||Mayar AbdelFattah Samir Eladl||Y1||Vice President|
|4.||179404||Mohamed Taha Sawaf||Prep.|
|5.||167270||Nada Amr Mohamed Eltaji||Y1|
|6.||159128||Zaynab Essam Shawky||Y1|
|2.||168509||Ahmed Magdy El-mansi||Y2||Vice President|
|4.||182081||Haya Gamal Abdel Mohsen||Prep.|
|5.||163294||Sohaiel Yahia Salem||Y1|
|6.||168509||Ahmed Magdy El-mansi||Y2|
|7.||146074||Ahmed Hossam ElDin||Y3|
|2.||156377||Natally Safwat William||Y2||Vice President|
|4.||178975||Amr Ahmed Abdelrahman||Prep.|
|5.||176651||Mahmoud Reda Araky||Y1|
|7.||147650||Omar Ahmed Elgabry||Y3|
|8.||150750||Nour Nabil Gad||Y3|
SSLC is a ‘committee is made up of selected student representatives from 4 years and members of academic staff. It provides the opportunity for students and academic staff to discuss all matters related to teaching, learning process as well as students support. Also, it is a channel for the students to express their opinion, and for the staff to receive feedback from the students