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With the rapid developments in the field of technology in general in recent times, the need for graduating engineers who can keep up with these developments is of paramount importance. Engineers should be familiar with these developments and their use in their fields of specialization, linking them with humanitarian or societal needs, as well as participating in driving these developments. Our aim from establishing the Faculty of Engineering at Newgiza University is to design programs that encourage interdisciplinary approaches to learn and to provide students with theoretical knowledge and the ability to apply it in practical applications. We also focus on the knowledge they need in social and economic fields that qualify them to participate in the labor market efficiently, as well as expand the labor market with new ideas.

The main principle of the programs offered under the School of Engineering is to provide an integrated approach to the development of professional engineers where core subjects are not taught separately but are integrated into applied engineering topics, and students are not only challenged to develop their theoretical knowledge but also to apply that knowledge simultaneously while developing professional skills and exploring creativity through a series of semester projects (called “challenges” and “scenarios”).

The School of Engineering is committed to providing students with excellent educational services that allow them to keep pace with the rapid developments in all engineering fields; equip them with the knowledge, skills, and professional attitude necessary to contribute to those developments. The School of Engineering prepares a graduate who is active in community service; able to conduct scientific and applied research in their field, prepared for lifelong learning; able to succeed and excel in their chosen field of work, research, or advanced professional areas, and exploit new technologies in different market sectors, local, emerging or global.

Dr. Aly Gabr
Dean of the School of Engineering

Prof. Dr. Aly Gabr is the Dean of the School of Engineering at Newgiza University (NGU). Dr. Aly Gabr is also a Professor of Architecture at Cairo University and was recently appointed Vice Dean for Education and Student Affairs at the Faculty of Engineering for a six-year term. With over 35 years of teaching experience, he received his MA in Architectural Engineering in 1989 with a thesis on Color and Form in Egyptian Vernacular Architecture. He obtained his Doctorate Degree from the University of Edinburgh in 1992 with a thesis on meaning in traditional Bahri Mamluk Architecture.

Since returning to Egypt, he has co-authored four books documenting the architectural styles of two 19th-century palaces, Abdin and el-Tahra, the famous Club Mohamed Ali, and the Bicentennial Anniversary of the Engineering School. In 2002, Dr. Gabr was appointed Commissar of the Egyptian Pavilion in the Architecture Biennale in Venice, and his work has been mentioned in several contemporary art books since then. He has also served on the jury for several national and international events and has audited several architecture programs in both private and governmental universities. Additionally, he was a member of the promotion committee for associate professors and professors in the fields of architecture and urban design and planning for six years. For ten years, he was involved in the scientific committee of NMEC, the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat.

 

Hear it from the leaders of our academic partner, University College London (UCL), for the CCAS and Architectural Engineering programs.

Prof. John Mitchell, Professor of Communications Systems Engineering, Vice-Dean Education, UCL, talking about the renowned CCAS program.

 

Prof. Emanuela Tilley, Director of UCL’s Integrated Engineering Program, talking about the renowned Architectural Engineering program.

Accreditation:

Newgiza University (NGU) was established as a private university by Presidential Decree “93” in April 2010. NGU schools are acknowledged by the Ministry of Higher Education (MHE) and the Supreme Council of Universities (SCU).

The School of Engineering (SOE) was established following Ministerial Decree “1951” issued in June 2021. The SOE will apply for accreditation by the National Authority for Quality Assurance and Accreditation in Education (NAQAAE) after the graduation of the first cohort.

 

Academic Collaboration with UCL:

The School of Engineering (SOE) has an academic collaboration with University College London (UCL) – for the CCAS and Architectural Engineering programs only – enhancing NGU’s academic capabilities and offering world-renowned undergraduate programs, providing both the school and students with ample opportunities for development on an academic and personal level.

NGU has entered into an academic collaboration with UCL to support the development and delivery of high-quality and contemporary undergraduate programs. This collaboration ensured that the highest international standards in teaching and research are met at NGU, with highly qualified faculty members providing instruction and supervision.

As part of this collaboration, senior faculty and staff from UCL worked with their NGU colleagues in strategic planning and organization of the new programs, setting up appropriate infrastructure and education governance structures, developing curricula and learning resources, faculty and senior staff recruitment, faculty development, course evaluation and education quality assurance. Where appropriate, NGU utilizes existing UCL teaching and assessment resources to deliver its programs.

Having currently ranked 9th on the QS World University Rankings 2024, and consistently placing in the top 20 of various global university rankings, UCL is widely recognized for its research capabilities and contributions to scholarships and innovations. It was rated 2nd in the UK for research power in the Research Excellence Framework 2021. Moreover, the university boasts 30 Nobel Prize winners, and was recently selected as University of the Year 2024 (The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2024).

Being London’s global university, University College London (UCL) has a distinguished presence in Australia and Qatar, as well as partnerships around the world with a host of leading educational bodies, from Berkeley to Yale, and Peking University to the University of Sydney. UCL’s influence spans the globe, and it brought its worldwide expertise to NGU.

For over 190 years, UCL Engineering has been at the cutting-edge of the discipline, home to some of the most successful engineering departments in the UK.

 

The graduation requirements include 146-149 credit hours. These can be completed in 4 years.

The Engineering programs at NGU provide an integrated approach to the development of professional engineers. Fundamental topics are not taught separately but integrated into applied engineering topics. Students are challenged to not only develop their theoretical knowledge but also to simultaneously put that knowledge into practice, while developing professional skills, through a series of projects (termed challenges and scenarios). These authentic and industry-inspired activities help students connect their learning, and practice the skills that will be critical for their future professional success.

The first part of the program provides a fundamental grounding in the basic concepts of Mathematics, Physics. It is complemented by laboratory sessions to develop fundamental skills in each of these areas and to prepare students for their first project experiences. Most of the first-year courses are offered to all the Engineering programs, with a few specialized courses.

The School offers initially three programs:

  1. Computers, Communications and Autonomous Systems Engineering (CCAS)
  2. Architectural Engineering (AE)
  3. Mechanical Engineering (ME)

For the CCAS, and after the fundamental grounding in the first year that includes introduction to programming, the students then deepen their software/programming knowledge and gain experience in the theory and practice of electronics and electronic systems. Then in the next part of the programme the applications-led themes of the programme: computers, communications systems and autonomous systems start to emerge. The emphasis is introducing these key applications while also developing further knowledge in the fundamental areas introduced earlier. Students will engage in a range of technical modules that connect the applications themes of the programme. Students then begin to be able to choose their specific paths with routes in communications and autonomous systems. The programme is arranged in two streams with one core module that connects these streams. The Communications Theme develops in-depth knowledge of communications networks and technologies with an emphasis on the internet and cloud applications. The Autonomous Systems Theme focuses on advanced principles and practice of machine learning systems and the development of intelligent systems in software and the interaction of hardware and software control. Students can seek the option of an industrial placement, an international exchange or a research project in one of the specialist research areas of NGU for a whole semester.

In the final year, students select elective modules to match with the research expertise of the faculty at NGU and their chosen track. These modules will cover advanced topics applicable to communications and autonomous systems. Student also undertake a significant dissertation relating to a major design project.

For AE, and in the first year students study an introduction module which gives students a glimpse into the practice of architecture, precision of engineering, practicalities of construction and the necessary considerations of the environment. A design studio is also included in the year 1 studies so that the students may be able to explore abstract theories of architecture as well as start to develop their understanding of design and its digital and visual communication tools. Year 1 will also introduce the students to history of local art, architecture and heritage which will serve as a basis for their own design projects.

The students then study a combination of Architectural Theory I and Design Studio which is aimed at introducing students to the abstract theories of design including, light, volume, colour and texture, so that the students can start to develop their ability to develop a poetic and visually artistic narrative around their design ideas. This will help students transition from the abstract of architecture to the practicalities of building small scale buildings. Here is where the students will start to understand the relationship between creating beauty through artistic design and engineering a structure that will embody their visions. Material exploration, structural and environmental design studies, as well as sustainability and user studies in the Integrated Building Design modules are all part of the second-year curriculum.

Studies in contemporary cities and urban planning, integrated building design, sensing and controls, advanced civil engineering, and structures are the major studies that will propel students into the technical realm of Architectural Engineering. The Design Studio and Architectural Theory modules at will be the catalyst for students to integrate their developing engineering knowledge and skills, into their architectural ideas and designs. These are all designed to support Architecture as a front-facing discipline in their learning and will be underpinned by the accompanying engineering studies to make their design ideas of larger buildings and small cities become a reality.

Later year studios in this year are supported by Architectural Bids, Briefs and Planning so that students get experience of working on the practicalities of architectural engineering workplace practice. Construction and construction management is also central to their studies. Additionally, in the final year students, the program is designed such that they can choose a specific pathway with options such as advanced sustainable architecture, urban and landscape design, interior design, and architectural technology. In their final year, the students choose electives to fill out their chosen track alongside their graduation project, advanced project management, building economics, and research methods modules.

For Mechanical engineering is the most diverse of the engineering fields. NGU’s ME program prepares students for careers in a wide range of industries including automotive, aerospace, energy, robotics and automation, product development, microelectromechanical systems, and manufacturing. The first five semesters cover the fundamentals of Mechanical engineering, including mechanics, dynamics, material science, manufacturing, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, design, system dynamics and controls. The Automation theme develops more in-depth knowledge in the areas of mechatronics, control, industrial engineering, and autonomous systems. Students can seek the option of pursuing an industrial placement, an international exchange, or a research project in one of the specialist research areas of NGU for a whole semester.

Graduation Requirements are as follows:

  1. CCAS program graduates should study at least 146 credit hours and AE program graduates at least 149 credit hours
  2. Students must successfully submit and defend a graduation project
  3. Students must spend at least 8 weeks internship

University Requirements, Faculty Requirements,  CCAS Program, AE Program:

University Requirements
Mandatory General Requirements (15-18  credit hours) 
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
AHCS.1 Arts, History, Culture and Society I 3
AHCS.2 Arts, History, Culture and Society II 3
AHCS.3 Arts, History, Culture and Society III 3
BME.1 Business, Management and Entrepreneurship I 3
BME.3 Business, Management and, Entrepreneurship II 3
Elective  Course (3 credits)
BME.4 Business, Management and Entrepreneurship III 3
Faculty Requirements 38-41 credits
Mathematics  and Physics (21 credit hours) Mandatory
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MMA.1.1 Mathematical Modelling and Analysis I: Calculus I 3
MMA.1.2 Mathematical Modelling and Analysis I: Calculus II 3
MMA.1.3 Mathematical Modelling and Analysis I: Functions and Transforms 3
MMA.2.1 Mathematical Modelling and Analysis II 3
MMA.2.2 Mathematical Modelling and Analysis III 3
ENG.1.1 Physics I: Forces, Energy and Motion 3
ENG.1.2 Physics II: Electricity and Magnetism 3
Mandatory Courses (17credits)
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
PS.1.1 Professional Skills I 3
PS.1.2 Professional Skills II 3
PS.2 Professional Skills III 3
EDP.1.1 Engineering Design and Practice I: Challenge I 1
EDP.1.2 Engineering Design and Practice I: Scenario 1 & 2 1
EDP.2.1 Engineering Design and Practice II: Scenario 3 1
EDP.2.2 Engineering Design and Practice II: Challenge 2 1
EDP.3.1 Engineering Design and Practice III: Scenario 4 1
EDP.3.2 Engineering Design and Practice III: Scenario 5 1
EDP.4 Engineering Design and Practice IV: Engineering in Society Scenario 2
 

Elective  Course (3 credits)

PS.3 Professional Skills IV 3
General Elective Courses (3 credit hours) with PASS/FAIL grades
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ENG.4.2 Industry Internship 0
ENG.4.3 International Exchange 0
ENG.4.4 Research Project 0

 

Computers, Communications and Autonomous Systems Department

Specialization Requirements for the CCAS Department 57 credits
Mandatory Courses (57 credit hours)
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MMA.3.1 Mathematical Modelling and Analysis IV 3
MMA.3.2 Mathematical Modelling and Analysis V 3
CCAS.1.1 Programming I 3
CCAS.1.2 Software System Design 4
CCAS.2.1 Programming II 3
CCAS.2.2 Electronic Circuits 3
CCAS.2.3 Electronic Systems Design 3
CCAS.2.4 Digital and Microprocessor Systems 3
CCAS.2.5 Communications Signals and Systems 3
CCAS.2.6 Intelligent System Design 4
CCAS.2.7 Physics of Semiconductors 3
CCAS.3.1 Digital Design 3
CCAS.3.2 Embedded Systems and the Internet of Things 3
CCAS.3.3 Physics of Fields and Electromagnetics 3
CCAS.3.4 Computer Architectures and Operating Systems 3
CCAS.3.5 Autonomous Systems Design 4
CCAS.3.6 Sensing and Control Systems 3
CCAS.4.3 Software Engineering 3
Major Requirements for both the Communications and Autonomous Systems Tracks 36-39 credits
Mandatory Courses for both the Communications and Autonomous Systems Tracks (18 credit hours)
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
CCAS.4.1 Communications Signals and Systems II 3
CCAS.4.2 Digital Signal Processing 3
CCAS.4.4 Communications and Data Networking 3
CCAS.5.1 Major Design Project 3
CCAS.5.2 Wireless Systems 3
CCAS.5.9 Cyber Security and Privacy 3
Track Courses for the Communications Track(15-18 credit hours)
Core Elective courses (At least 6 credit hours) to be selected from the following courses:
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
CCAS.5.3 Communications Network Design 3
CCAS.5.4 Networks and the Web 3
CCAS.5.7 Electronic Circuits II 3
CCAS.5.8 VLSI Design 3
CCAS.5.10 Antennas and Propagation 3
CCAS.5.11 Digital Signal Processing Applications 3
CCAS.5.12 Advanced Control Systems 3
CCAS.5.13 Mobile application design 3
CCAS.5.14 Cloud and Edge Computing 3
CCAS.5.20 Selected Topics in Communications 3
CCAS.5.21 Selected Topics in Electromagnetics 3
CCAS.5.23 Selected Topics in Electronics 3
CCAS.5.26 Information Theory 3
Cross specialization elective courses (12 credit hours) to be selected from any of the other track  core/elective courses (or from this track’s elective courses) or up to 3 credits from Faculty Requirements and University Requirement Elective courses
Elective Courses for the Autonomous Systems Track(15-18 credit hours)
Core Elective courses (At least 6 credit hours) to be selected from the following courses:
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
CCAS.5.5 Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence 3
CCAS.5.6 Robotics and Automation Design 3
CCAS.5.13 Mobile application design 3
CCAS.5.14 Cloud and Edge Computing 3
CCAS.5.15 Computer Vision 3
CCAS.5.16 Neural and Deep Learning Models 3
CCAS.5.17 Deep Reinforcement Learning 3
CCAS.5.18 Data Analytics and Big Data 3
CCAS.5.19 Natural Language Processing 3
CCAS.5.22 Selected Topics in Control 3
CCAS.5.24 Selected Topics in Computers 3
CCAS.5.25 Selected Topics in Autonomous Systems 3
Cross specialization elective courses (12 credit hours) to be selected from any of the other track  core/elective courses (or from this track’s elective courses) or up to 3 credits from Faculty Requirements and University Requirement Elective courses

Architectural Engineering Department

Specialization Requirements for the AE Department 58 credits
Mandatory Courses (58 credit hours)
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
AE.1.1 Introduction to Architecture, Construction and, the Environment 3
AE.1.2 Architectural Design and Design Studio I 4
AE.2.1 Architectural Design and Design Studio II 4
AE.2.2 Architectural Design and Design Studio III 4
AE.2.3 Architectural Engineering History and Theory I 2
AE.2.4 Civil Engineering and Structures I 3
AE.2.5 Integrated Building 
Design I 3
AE.2.6 Integrated Building 
Design II 3
AE.2.7 Materials and Building Construction 3
AE.3.1 Architectural Design and Design Studio IV 3
AE.3.2 Architectural Design and Design Studio V 3
AE.3.3 Urban Design 3
AE.3.4 Contemporary Cities and Urban Planning 3
AE.3.5 Integrated Building Design III 3
AE.3.6 Architectural Engineering History and Theory II 2

 

AE.3.7 Sensing, Controls and the Digital Build Environment 3
AE.3.8 Civil Engineering and Structures II 3
AE.4.2 Architectural Bids, Briefs and, Planning 3
AE.4.3 Construction and Construction Management 3
Major Requirements for All Four Tracks
Mandatory Courses for four tracks (18 credit hours)
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
CEN.3.1 Creativity Enhancement 1: Visual Tools Techniques for Community Participation 2
AE.4.1 Architectural Design and Design Studio VI 6
AE.5.1 6
CEN.5.1 Creativity Enhancement 2: Creative Use of Light and Acoustic in Design 2
CEN.5.2 Creativity Enhancement 3: The Music of Architecture 2

 

Track Courses for Advanced Sustainable Architectural Design Track (17-20 credit hours) 
Core courses (3 credit hours ) mandatory:
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
AE.4.4 Global Culture and Sustainable Architectural design

 

3
Elective courses (at least 14 credits hours) to be chosen from:
AE.5.6 Building Material Reclamation and Reuse 3
AE.5.7 BIM & GIS for Design and Retrofit 3
AE.5.8 Mixed-use building Design 3
AE.5.9 Tall Building Design and Habitat 3
AE.5.10 Integrated Technology for Smart Building Design

 

3
AE.5.11 Transport and Urban Planning 3
AE.5.3 Advanced Project Management 2
AE.5.4 Design & Building Economics 3
AE.5.5 Research Methods: Design of Thesis Research 3
AE.5.19 Special Topics in Advanced Sustainable Architectural Design 3
AE.5.20 Independent Studies in Architectural Engineering 3
Up to 3 credits can be taken from Faculty Requirements and University Requirement Elective courses

 

Track Courses for Urban Design, City Planning and Mobility Track (17-20 credit hours) 
Core courses (3 credit hours ) mandatory:

 

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
AE.4.5 Urban Design, City Planning and Mobility 3
Elective courses (at least 14 credits hours) to be chosen from:
AE.5.11 Transport and Urban Planning 3
AE.5.12

 

Space Syntax for Urban Design and Planning 3
AE.5.10 Integrated Technology for Smart Building Design 3
AE.5.3 Advanced Project Management 2
AE.5.4 Design & Building Economics 3
AE.5.5 Research Methods: Design of Thesis Research 3
AE.5.7 BIM & GIS for Design and Retrofit 3
AE.5.9 Tall Building Design and Habitat 3
AE.5.8 Mixed-use Building Design 3
AE.5.13 Special Topics in Urban Planning and Development 3
AE.5.20 Independent Studies in Architectural Engineering 3
Up to 3 credits can be taken from Faculty Requirements and University Requirement Elective courses

 

Track Courses for Interior Architecture Design Track (17-20 credit hours) 
Core courses (3 credit hours ) mandatory:
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
AE.4.6 Interior Design 3
Elective courses (at least 14 credits hours) to be chosen from:
AE.5.14 Interior Design for Commercial, Residential and Public Buildings 3
AE.5.15 Future Thinking in Interior Design 3
AE.5.16 Computer-Aided Interior Design 3
AE.5.10 Integrated Technology for Smart Building Design 3
AE.5.3 Advanced Project Management 2
AE.5.4 Design & Building Economics 3
AE.5.5 Research Methods: Design of Thesis Research 3
AE.5.7 BIM & GIS for Design and Retrofit 3
AE.5.8 Mixed use Building Design 3
AE.5.9 Tall Building Design and habitat 3
AE.5.18 Special Topics in Interior Design 3
AE.5.20 Independent Studies in Architectural Engineering 3
Up to 3 credits can be taken from Faculty Requirements and University Requirement Elective courses

 

Track Courses for Smart Buildings: Technology and Integration Track (17-20 credit hours) 
Core courses (3 credit hours ) mandatory:

 

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
AE.4.7 Programming for Architectural Engineering 3
Elective courses (at least 14 credits hours) to be chosen from:
CCAS.1.2 Software System Design

 

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CCAS.2.6 Intelligent System Design 4
AE.5.10 Integrated Technology for Smart Building Design 3
AE.5.3 Advanced Project Management 2
AE.5.4 Design & Building Economics 3
AE.5.5 Research Methods: Design of Thesis Research 3
AE.5.7 BIM & GIS for Design and Retrofit 3
AE.5.8 Mixed-use Building Design 3
AE.5.8 Tall Building Design and Habitat 3
AE.5.17 Special Topics in the Technology and Integration of Smart Buildings 3
AE.5.20 Independent Studies in Architectural Engineering 3
Up to 3 credits can be taken from Faculty Requirements and University Requirement Elective courses

Mechanical Engineering  Department

Specializations  Requirements for the Mechanical Engineering Department (54 credits)
Mandatory Courses (54 credit hours)
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
CCAS.1.1 Programming I 3
CCAS.2.2 Electronic Circuits 3
ME.1.10 Introduction to Manufacturing Processes 2
ME.1.11 Mechanics I: Statics 3
ME.2.10 Material Science 3
ME.2.11 Product Engineering 3
ME.2.12 Mechanics of Material 3
ME.2.20 Mechanics II: Dynamics 3
ME.2.21 Dynamics of Machinery 3
ME.2.40 Thermo‐Fluids 1 3
ME.2.41 Thermo‐Fluids 2 3
ME.3.10 Machine Design 3
ME.3.20 System Dynamics and Vibrations 3
ME.3.30 Fundamentals of Industrial Engineering 3
ME.3.31 Engineering Economy and Cost Accounting 3
ME.3.40 Thermo‐Fluids 3 2
ME.4.00 Engineering Seminar 1
ME.4.01 Project 4
MMA.3.2 Mathematical Modelling and Analysis V 3

 

Automation Specialization Requirements (39 credits)
Mandatory Courses (27 credit hours)
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
CCAS.2.4 Digital and Microprocessor Systems 3
CCAS.3.6 Sensing and Control Systems 3
CCAS.5.6 Robotics and Automation Design 3
MEA.3.21 Electric and Hydraulic Machines 3
MEA.4.20 Automatic Control Theory and Applications 3
MEA.4.21 Industrial Automation 3
MEA.4.22 Mechatronics System Design 3
CCAS.2.3 Electronics Systems Design 3
MEA.4.23 Industry 4.0 Manufacturing 3

 

Elective Courses (12 credit hours)
Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MEA.5.10 Product Design Engineering 3
MEA.5.11 Design Optimization 3
MEA.5.12 Computer-integrated manufacturing 3
MEA.5.13 Introduction to Microelectromechanical Systems 3
MEA.5.14 Design for X 3
MEA.5.15 Mechanisms Design 3
MEA.5.16 Computer-aided Engineering 3
MEA.5.21 Applied Mechanical Vibrations and Diagnostics 3
MEA.5.22 Modern Automotive Engineering 3
MEA.5.23 Biomechanics 3
MEA.5.24 Fundamentals of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence 3
MEA.5.25 Selected Topics in Automation Engineering 3
MEA.5.26 Selected Topics in Mechatronics 3
MEA.5.30 Quality Management 3
CCAS.3.2 Embedded Systems and the Internet of Things 3
CCAS.5.5 Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence 3
CCAS.5.18 Data Analytics and Big Data 3
CCAS.5.22 Selected Areas in Control systems 3
CCAS.5.25 Selected Areas in Autonomous Systems 3

 

Vertical Module Descriptions

  • These are modules taught and assessed in all years of the programmes. The aims of the Vertical Modules overall are to enable students to:
  • Understand the cross-cutting skills involved in being a professional engineer.
  • Understand how theory and practice link together to allow innovative problem-solving.
  • Understanding content’, background, and culture of engineering.
  • Integrate knowledge of core engineering into the design process.
  • Develop and demonstrate their professionalism and professional practice through commitment to the duties of engineering, people-centered design, and an understanding of the impact of engineering on society.

The Vertical Modules are:

  • Mathematical Modelling and Analysis
  • History, Culture, and Society
  • Professional Skills
  • Engineering Design and Practice
  • Business, Management, and Entrepreneurship

Although linked where possible to the Horizontal Modules in which the majority of the core discipline-specific teaching takes place, they have their own internal coherence end outcomes over the course of the program. The Vertical! Modules vary in size and nature and levels of integration Into the Horizontal Modules.

To apply to the School of Engineering (Fall 2024/25), fill out our online application form.

For admissions inquiry, please contact 16623, or email enrollment@ngu.edu.eg

Tuition Fees:

The School of Engineering tuition fees for the academic year (2023-2024): EGP 152,250 + 750USD for Egyptian students. For more information, please click here.

 

Deadlines:

The deadline for the academic year 2023/2024 will be announced soon.

Prof. Aly Gabr

Dean of the School of Engineering
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Prof. Ayman M. Ismail

Program Director, Architectural Engineering
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Prof. Mohammed Nafie

Program Director, CCAS Engineering
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Prof. Yasser Anis

Program Director, Mechanical Engineering
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Dr. Haitham Samir

Associate Professor, Architectural Engineering
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Dr. Mamdouh Salem

Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering
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Dr. Ahmed Ashraf

Assistant Professor, Architectural Engineering
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Dr. Aya Aboudina

Assistant Professor, CCAS Engineering
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Dr. Heba Mourad

Assistant Professor, Architectural Engineering
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Dr. Mariam Makramalla

Assistant Professor, CCAS Engineering
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Dr. Mariam Mohamed Nabil Aboelwafa

Assistant Professor, CCAS Engineering
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Maram Salaheldin

Assistant Lecturer, Mechanical Engineering
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Aya Elshahed

Teaching Assistant, CCAS Engineering
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Aya Moustafa

Teaching Assistant, Architectural Engineering
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Esraa Elareef

Teaching Assistant, Architectural Engineering
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Khaled M.Naguib

Teaching Assistant, CCAS Engineering
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Mayar Sanad

Teaching Assistant, Mechanical Engineering
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Yousef Abo El Ela

Teaching Assistant, Mechanical Engineering
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