Philosophy

Newgiza University (NGU) is creating an extraordinary youthful environment filled with energy, talent, and cultural diversity that redefines the future Egypt. By exploring the unusual, and challenging the ordinary throughout the campus, we establish a synergy of cross cultural and international awareness with driving concepts of creativity and enterprise. NGU will be launching a vibrant community of world class interdisciplinary researchers, professors, and students that foster excellence and encourage innovation.

Vision and Mission

Vision:

Creating a community of interdisciplinary researchers, professors, and students that foster excellence and encourages innovation.  This community’s contributions enable it to spearhead academic and scientific advancement in the region and across the world by building a strong foundation for the 21st century learning.

 

School of Medicine Mission:

The new MBBCh program aims to produce a distinctive NGU Doctor :  a scientifically   literate, research informed, patient-cantered and socially responsible professional who can serve the health needs of individuals and communities both in Egypt and beyond.

School of Dentistry Mission:

The new School of Dentistry will provide the innovation, leadership, structures and practices necessary to deliver a patient-centred and practice-focused model of health science education

 

Word from the president


It gives me great pleasure to introduce NGU, the new temple of knowledge.

We aim to establish a premier academic institution as a catalyst for progressive change in scientific research and technological advancement. This institute comprises an ever evolving set of common courses on classic texts and contemporary issues required of all NGU undergraduates, thereby creating a unique intellectual grounding for critical thinking skills.

To foster and sustain excellence in higher education and scientific research, various collaborations with international universities and programs took place to attract highly accomplished students from abroad and within to prepare for future leaders.

NGU will maintain its stature by relying on the board of trustees to truly set the foundation and pillars of this university.

Prof. A. Sameh Farid, M.D.
University President
Partners

Newgiza University has entered an academic collaboration with two of the world’s top universities, University College London (UCL) and King’s College London, to present unprecedented university education levels in the Middle East and North Africa regions, with a particular focus on the fields of Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Business, Finance, Economics and Politics.

About our partners:

University College London (UCL)

 

University College London (UCL) is a large multi-faculty university located in the heart of London. Described as ‘an intellectual powerhouse with a world-class reputation’, it is currently ranked seventh in the world’s top universities by the QS World University Rankings (2015). More than 6,000 academic and research staff at UCL is dedicated to research and teaching of the highest standards.”

 

King’s College London (KCL)

King’s College London is a global-thinking university located at the heart of Europe’s largest and most cosmopolitan city. Thousands of students from across the world choose to study at King’s every year, and almost 40 per cent of our academic body comes from outside the UK.

As a world top 25 university (QS World Rankings 2016/2017) our high-impact research attracts the best staff and students from across the world to our campuses in central London.

Words from our partners:

Professor Deborah Gill, Director of the UCL Medical School on her return from her initial visit to New Giza University remarked:

“My colleagues and I are delighted to have this unique opportunity to work with the New Giza University in using our expertise, experience and resources to support and mentor an excellent and motivated team to develop and deliver contemporary, world-class health care education for dentists, doctors and pharmacists in Egypt.”

Executive Dean of King’s Business School Professor Stephen Bach said: “We are thrilled to be working with NGU on this proposition which we believe will offer very exciting opportunities for a generation of young, bright people from Egypt and the region to become the business leaders of the future.”

This collaboration is only the beginning of relighting the beacon knowledge. NGU is set to dramatically overturn the current standards of education available, and introduce critical skills as part of NGU’s educational system. The goal is to hone intellects, develop critical thinking skills, and sustain a very strong research system marking NGU as a worldwide acclaimed university.