Cairo University

 
 
Cairo University (Arabic: جامعة القاهرة, romanized: Jāmi‘a al-Qāhira), also known as the Egyptian University from 1908 to 1940, and King Fuad I University and Fu'ād al-Awwal University from 1940 to 1952, is Egypt's premier public university. Its main campus is in Giza, immediately across the Nile from Cairo. It was founded on 21 December 1908; however, after being housed in various parts of Cairo, its faculties, beginning with the Faculty of Arts, were established on its current main campus in Giza in October 1929. It is the second oldest institution of higher education in Egypt after Al Azhar University, notwithstanding the pre-existing higher professional schools that later became constituent colleges of the university. It was founded and funded as the Egyptian University by a committee of private citizens with royal patronage in 1908 and became a state institution under King Fuad I in 1925. In 1940, four years following his death, the University was renamed King Fuad I University in his honor. It was renamed a second time after the Egyptian revolution of 1952. The University currently enrolls approximately 155,000 students in 20 faculties and 3 institutions. It counts three Nobel Laureates among its graduates and is one of the 50 largest institutions of higher education in the world by enrollment. Concerning the faculty of Engineering, In 2006, the college began implementing the credit hour system in specialties: Construction Engineering, Computer and Telecommunications engineering In 2007, more programs were developed: mechanical design engineering, architecture, engineering, construction, technology, and petrochemical engineering. Following in 2008, the Construction Engineering program was introduced. In 2009, the Water and Environmental Engineering Program was implemented. ..More on Wikipedia

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Program Scientific Scientific/Math Literature
Medicine 405.0
General Medicine
Veterinary Medicine and Surgery 398.5
Dentistry 403.0
General Dentistry
Physiotherapy 400.5
Engineering 395.0
Computer Engineering
Civil Engineering
Architecture
Communications Engineering
Biomedical Engineering
Chemical Engineering
Power and Control Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Electronics Engineering
Aeronautical Engineering
Medical Informatics Engineering
Bioengineering
Spatial and Urban Planning
Mining Engineering
Material and Metallurgical Engineering
Production and Machinery Engineering
Nursing 385.5
Maternal and Child Health Nursing
Information Technology 381.5
Computer Science
Software Engineering
Intelligence and Decision Support Systems
Computer Information Systems
Computer Networks
Science 394.0 365.0
Mathematics
Animal Science
Biochemistry
Biophysics
Chemistry
Geology
Geophysics
Insects Science
Microbiology
Physics
Geographic Information Systems
Statistics
Business 351.5
Accounting
Business Administration
Insurance and Risk Mangement
Music
Languages
Spanish Language
Applied English Language
Translation
Chinese Language
French Language
Educational Sciences
Child Education 323.5
Law 276.5
Tourism and Hospitality
Specific Education 290.0
Music Education 233.5
Art Education 248.5
Economics and Political Science 398.5 380.5
Political Science
Economics
Archaeology 381.0
Literature 337.5
Psychology
Agriculture 373.5 350.0
Plant Protection
Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness
Land, Water and Environment Management
Landscaping and Floriculture
Animal Production
Journalism and Advertising 370.5 360.5
Digital media
Public Relations and Advertising
Radio and Television
Journalism

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