The word “engineering” comes from a Latin word meaning “to create”, which describes accurately the major attribute of that fascinating profession. Engineering is defined as “the art of directing the great sources of power in nature for the use and convenience of man”.
Engineers shape our everyday lives by creatively converting ideas into reality. They work in a technology-driven, fast-moving world, finding more efficient ways of producing food, shelter, energy, transportation, communications, healthcare, and a clean environment. Engineers helped turn the 20th century into the communications century by designing and building everything from cars to bridges to computer chips to artificial limbs.
In the 21st century, the world needs a new generation of engineers, one that reflects the vast potential and rich diversity required in a demanding workplace and that will help science and technology continue to make its mark in enterprise at many levels. New technological applications have already started to emerge, such as SMART Materials SMART Buildings, ROBOTICS, NANO TECHNOLOGY, and ADVANCED COMMUNCATION Technologies.
This generation will map out as yet uncharted paths of learning and innovation in the process of improving living standards throughout Egypt, the Middle East and the whole world.
BUE faculty of Engineering has :
- Compared with same calibre universities, we have the most diverse specialisms in Egypt.
- Our curriculum emphasizes both theoretical and practical aspects such as design and implementation criteria.
- We offer intensive industrial training programmes at the end of the second and third year in Egypt and abroad to familiarize students with the needs of the industry.
- BUE’s close partnership with industry in Egypt and the UK.
- Our laboratories are state-of-the-art.
- BUE offers two certificates to our graduates, who qualify, an Egyptian B.Sc. And a British B.Eng.
- Architectural Engineering
- Chemical Engineering (Petrochemicals – Environmental)
- Civil Engineering (General Civil)
- Construction Engineering & Management
- Computer Systems Engineering
- Electronics & Communication Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Mechatronics and Robotics Engineering