Classes started September 22nd.
September 22nd saw the official opening of Coventry University's The Knowledge Hub (TKH) located in Cairo’s New Administrative Capital, and the first day of classes in all three schools of Engineering, Design & Media, and Computing. Ranked among the top fifteen universities in the UK, Coventry University’s branch in Cairo is giving Egyptians the chance to enroll in highly rated courses that have been featured in The Guardian’s University Guide 2020.
The inauguration was held by the Minister of Higher Education, Dr. Khaled Abdel Ghaffar, Vice Chancellor of Coventry University, John Latham, and Founder & Chairman of El Sewedy Education, Eng. Ahmed El Sewedy, and El Sewedy Electric CEO, Eng. Sadek El Sewedy, where they gave welcome speeches to the students, cut the ribbon, and took a tour around the campus to meet and greet the first class of Coventry University students in Egypt Branch.
Professor Mahmoud Allam, President of TKH Universities, holds an extensive 35-year career in academia, industrial consultation, and financial acumen. Prior to joining TKH, Prof. Allam's long career includes acting as the Associate Dean for Industrial Partnerships and Extended Education in the School of Sciences and Engineering at the American University in Cairo, as well as the Founding Chairman of Information Systems Department at Universite Francaise d'Egypte.
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