An Overview About Cairo University

The University of Cairo is located in Cairo's Giza neighborhood, across the Nile from Giza, Egypt's largest city. Although it was established on December 21, 1908, its main campus and faculties were not built until 1929. Several medical students attend the University of Cairo each year for their studies. The name "mother of universities" was given to this institution because it is one of Egypt's oldest universities.

Egypt's Cairo University Faculty of Medicine is dedicated to preparing the next generation of world-class doctors who will serve their communities and take the globe by storm. The institution aims to bring out the best in its students through well-organized instruction and state-of-the-art research facilities. Interactive learning methods are taught to students so they to overcome obstacles in the future.

 

It has 20 faculties and three institutes, and over 155,000 students are currently enrolled. Students accepted to the program can be certain that they will be housed in reputable hospitals and enjoy a certain quality of life during their stay. Every day, the university works to improve the lives of its neighbors. To keep up with the ever-changing technological landscape, the school's teaching team conducts regular training sessions.

 

Hospitals connected with Cairo University's Faculty of Medicine, the region's major medical institution, have a combined capacity of more than 5200 beds. Students have opportunities to engage in practical learning and get real-world experience throughout their academic careers. The university supports a variety of events throughout the year to maintain a level of competitiveness with other educational institutions. To put it another way, this university equips its students with all they require to be successful in their chosen fields.

 

At Cairo University, there are several reasons to pursue an MBBS degree.

 

The following are some of the benefits of obtaining an MBBS at Cairo University:

 

The faculty of medicine at Cairo University is dedicated to producing medical professionals capable of working in recognized institutions in the future.

 

  • The university's research initiatives aim to benefit the local community.

  • This institution has been approved by the Indian Medical Council and World Health Organization (WHO).

  • All students, regardless of race, creed, or status, are treated equally on campus.

  • Medical research groups and student unions are available to university students.

  • It is one of Egypt's most prestigious universities and the nation's oldest educational establishment.

  • A high-quality infrastructure ensures that students have a pleasant learning experience.

  • Students benefit from exposure to a wide range of backgrounds and viewpoints because of the school's emphasis on diversity.

  • Hostels are available for international students.

Benefits of an MBBS from Cairo University:

 

  • Students at Cairo University have access to a vast library.

  • Graduates of Cairo University have the opportunity to find work in one of the hospitals that are affiliated with the university.

  • Several scholarships are available at Cairo University.

  • Egypt's Cairo University is located in Gaza, a well-known Egyptian city that charges modest tuition costs.

  • When students come from diverse backgrounds, they can study and interact with others with various values and customs.

  • In addition to classroom instruction, the university provides students with real-world medical experiences through field training.

Cairo University's MBBS program lasts for the following number of years:

 

Cairo University's MBBS program lasts five years. Colleges and departments at Cairo University include the Medical School, the Pharmacy School, the School of Arts and Sciences, the School of Dentistry and the School of Physiotherapy.

 

Cairo University's MBBS Admission Requirements:

 

  • Cairo University has an accredited MBBS/MD degree program.

  • Students must earn their secondary and high school diplomas (10+2) from an officially authorized state board.

  • Biology, physics, and chemistry should all be studied at the high school level.

  • Applicants must have received at least a 70% on their HSC examinations administered by a reputable examination board.

  • Applicant must clear NEET examination.

An Overview of the Admissions Process at Cairo University:

 

  • Step 1: Complete the university's online application form. Scanned copy of high school graduation results (12th grade) A scanned copy of one's high school graduation certificate (10th grade) The NEET scorecard. Passport snagged from the internet

  • Step 2: Print off the form in its entirety for use. Send a scanned copy of the form and the required papers to the institution by signing and returning the form.

  • Step 3: "Application for Admission" in the subject line of your email should be enough to indicate your desire.

  • Step4. Ensure that all documents are submitted on the due date for all submissions.

  • Step 5: The student will receive an admission or rejection letter from the university when the university has verified the documents.

  • Step 6:  Fee Acknowledgement Letters will then be sent to them.

  • Step 7: If accepted, the candidate must apply for an Egyptian student visa immediately. Students will receive their official invitations in the mail.

 

Cairo University's Hostel and Accommodation:

 

Hostels are available to all international students at Cairo University.  Many restaurants are close to the university, making it easy for students to eat out. Electricity and a security system are in place at the hostel, which is well-equipped.

 

Facilities and Services:

 

Students, teachers, employees, and visitors have access to a wide range of essential services in Cairo.

 

ATMs:

 

Three automated teller machines (ATMs) are currently available on the New Cairo CIB branch campus. The first one can be found on the administration building's garden level. One is in the main cafeteria of the campus center; the other is in front of the Center for the Arts. The garden level of the administration building houses one ATM for the National Bank of Egypt.

 

Bank:

 

The plaza level of the administration building has a branch of the Commercial International Bank (CIB). Sunday through Thursday, CIB is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

 

Baikie is a short-term Bike Sharing service in which bikes are provided for short-term usage for a fee or for free to individuals. A borrower can pick up a bike at one station and return it to either that same station or another station after their trip is complete.

 

Bookstores:

 

With more than 20,000 English-language volumes, a long history of international bookselling, and a highly trained staff, the Cairo Press is one of Cairo's five bookshops.

C students, teachers, and staff, as well as visitors visiting Egypt, can expect the best service from the Cairo Bookstores.

 

Transportation via bus:

 

All members of the AUC community can make use of Cairo's comprehensive bus service. Between the New Cairo and Tahrir Square campuses of AUC and areas throughout Cairo, our buses run 13 different routes. Five days a week, buses run according to a scheduled timetable with some local service on Saturday. Free wi-fi, reclining seats, and window curtains are all standard features on our luxurious coach buses.

To ensure the safety of everyone on Cairo’s bus routes, the following procedures have been put in place:

Before boarding the bus, all passengers must have their Cairo University ID checked and scanned by AUC security staff. When the bus has reached either its next stop or its final destination, the driver will no longer be permitted to stop the vehicle or open the door. No parcels not accompanied by their owners will be allowed to be transported to either school; however, passengers on campus buses may continue to bring other necessary items.

There are no longer any logos or emblems on the buses used to transport members of the AUC community.

 

Students, faculty, and staff who want a visitor to travel the bus to or from Cairo must comply with the following requirements:

 

Send a scanned copy of the visitor's national ID or passport, along with the visitor's full name and national ID or passport number, to the Cairo transportation and safety and security offices at least one working day before their visit.  Before boarding the bus, visitors must present a valid government-issued ID or passport to security personnel. The transport is free for employees and faculty members. Spouses, relatives, friends, and guests must purchase a separate ticket. 

 

Subscribing to a bus service:

 

The cheapest way for students who frequently take the bus to save money is to sign up for a full year of service or semester by semester. Bus fees, subscription deadlines, refund policies and ID activation for the pass may all be found on the website.

AUC's Academic Calendar specifies a "Late payment deadline with extra expenses" each semester for students who want to sign up for the bus service. Students who don't sign up in time will be charged a one-time fare. To avoid being charged a fee for each ride, scholarship/fellowship students must complete their subscriptions by the deadline.

 

Automation in the bus service for the sale of tickets on a per-ride basis:

 

You don't have to deal with the trouble of carrying around cash when you utilize our ticket-per-ride service. To use the bus service, you must swipe your student ID at the turnstiles, which charge you (USD 3.5). Once the tickets have been charged, they are all delivered to the student banner for payment.

 

How does this work?

 

To resolve ticket issues, students must contact us immediately via email and send us the ticket notification email with a brief description of their issue;

 

The Timetable for the Bus Service:

 

This link will take you to the bus schedules. We'll keep you updated all year long on the bus timetable and any changes.

 

A wi-fi hotspot:

 

All of our buses have free wi-fi, with the password "Cairo transport" being the default. There is no charge for using the wi-fi, but you should be aware that: • Internet service quality and speed vary regionally; • You are sharing the internet with other users, which means that the internet is equally distributed to all users; and • High-data-use activities such as streaming movies or performing software updates are not permitted.

 

Ranking:

 

Cairo University is frequently included in lists of Egypt's best schools and the best in Africa. CWUR 2020–21 placed the institution first in Egypt and 558th in the world, according to the Center for World University Rankings 2020–21.

 

Structure:

 

The School of Law and Medicine are both parts of Cairo University. As the first medical school in Africa and the Middle East, Kasr Alaini was a notable institution. Alain Pasha funded the building's original structure. Since then, it has experienced a significant amount of development. Professor Ahmed Lutfi el-Sayed served as the university's first president from 1925 until 1941 when Cairo University was known as Egyptian University.

 

Cairo University's 100 Years of Success in Egypt's History:

In the last century, notable figures have earned degrees from Cairo University and gone on to make a difference in Egypt and the globe. Nobel Prize winners, high-ranking politicians, and academics from all walks of life are just some of the people who have benefited from their work.

 

Cairo University is one of the most esteemed colleges in the Arab world, as well as in the world, thanks to its long and illustrious history and many victories and defeats. King Fouad I of Egypt and President Hosni Mubarak before him both appreciated and strived to promote the university's scientific and cultural achievements.

 

A yearlong commemoration of Egypt's most esteemed institution's centennial began on December 21, 2007, when Nobel Peace Prize winner Mohamed El-Baradei received an honorary doctorate from the university. Sheikh Sultan Al Kasemy, the governor of the United Arab Emirates emirate Al-Sharjah, was given a position as a part-time professor at the university after El-Baradei hailed it as "the breeding ground for Egypt's elite in natural and social sciences elite that carried the torch of rational thinking and modernity." El-Baradei also awarded a position as a part-time professor to another influential alumnus.

 

The university today has a relatively busy campus with an annual intake of almost 213,000 students. At this time, Kamel adds, the institution is working on altering the curriculum and making the coursework available online, allowing students to study at home rather than in class on campus.

 

According to Kamel, a new university campus is also being built west of Cairo on the city of Sixth of October. In addition to a postgraduate dental studies center and an educational research institute, it will feature a variety of new facilities in subjects like nanotechnology and micromechanical systems engineering.

The Ministry of Administrative Development is working with Cairo University to establish an organizational development institute. The so-called "education city" will be built on 740 acres. 

 

All of these things are a part of the commitment that Cairo University has made to the future.  As El-Baradei puts it, "focusing on quality education and scholarly research is the way to our rescue".