Hall Of Fame
Sami Al-Ahmad is Syrian entrepreneur helping youth in the Region by his 2 startups.
The first one "Khatwa" founded from 2013 to help syrian students to continue their studies in Egypt
The second one called "MARJ3" which it Online platform provide information and consultancy about Scholarships for people in the MENA Region.
Sami has been featured in CBC TV Show "Hona Al Assema" and awarded to be one of 30 young entrepreneurs chosen by AMENDS (American Middle Eastern Network for Dialogue at Stanford)
Our talented student helped hundreds of Syrian students to get scholarships and to make it easier for them to apply in universities around the world.
Sami is an example that deserved to be recognized and cheered for!
Hats off, Sami!
Our biotechnology student Nancy Karem have stunned the medical community in the world after developing a new way that involves nano technology to target only cancer cells and leave normal cells harmless.
Nancy's project is one of the best top 10 projects chosen by Cancéropôle Grand Sud-Ouest Foundation to participate in "Young Scientists Workshop" held in Paris.
It should be noted that Nancy is the only participant from Egypt and the Arab world.
As active members in the American association of blood banks, Hadi Shahin the LA at the faculty of Biotechnology and the team from cell safe cord blood bank participated in the american association of blood banks annual meeting, for advancing transfusion and cellular therapies, San Diego 17.
During their participation, a random selection process enabled the complimentary registration to the 16 International cord blood symposium that will be held in June 2018 in San Diego, while having a random selection process accounts for coincidence, recognition as a participating team globally to cord blood banking from Egypt is in itself an noteworthy award.
On April 28, 2011, MSAs Computer Sciences students won the Best Project Award in the festival of Zayed University to build the web application for Zayed Institute for Software Engineering (ZISE). There were great inputs to this web application that's why it was accepted and won the award.
MSA University is proud to announce that its excelling Biotechnology students Cherine Amr and Fatma El Zahraa Salama were awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry and Medical Sciences at the Asian Science Camp which was held in Daejon, Korea from the 7th to the 13th of August 2011. Their project was a great piece of work under the title “Targeting a specific receptor in the brain tumor to facilitate the passage of the drug through the blood brain barrier.”
There were more than 52 participating schools and universities and the competition was very high but the MSA delegation not only won the “Best Delegation" award, but also dominated the individual awards. Yousra Shawki was awarded “Best Delegate of the Economic & Social Council”. Sherif El-Ashiry received the “Best Delegate of the International Criminal Court” award. Also Mohamed Ali got the “Best Delegate of the University Level BIMUN”.
MSA’s Adham Mohamed Saeed competed amongst 2000 registered teams and was able to win 1st place in the Citizenship category for his project. The project was aimed at solving the garbage problem in the world by creating a mobile application that has features such as locating the nearest garbage bins and their recycling category, statistics about garbage dump locations, and smart navigating solutions for the cleaning companies.
Aicha Massrali, the assistant lecturer at faculty of Biotechnology, has traveled to the United Kingdom to attend her Msc Graduation Ceremony at Rochester Cathedral, University of Greenwich, UK on 26th July 2013. Aicha was graduated from Faculty of Biotechnology in 2009. Aicha has a great input in the faculty, she is one the quality assurance team and she has awarded the best TA
Omar El Kady was MSA Pharmacy graduate of class 2011. He achieved his one year Master of Science at University of Greenwich and his programme was MSc Formulation Science Now. Back to MSA after one year he became an assistant lecturer in Department of Pharmaceutics, Faculty of Pharmacy. Congratulations Omar for the good achievement and welcome back.
It is with great pride to announce the distinctive achievement of MSA Team3 who won the 3rd place on the Regional level which included entries from universities from all Arab States, and 2nd place jointly with MSA Team1 on the National level which included entries from Egyptian universities.
When October University for Modern Sciences and Arts organized yet another successful science fair, MSA picked the three of the best young inventors from schools across the country to represent Egypt at the I-SWEEEP International Olympiad in Houston Texas, USA. MSA is pleased to announce that two students walked away with the Gold and Bronze medals in Engineering Category and Environmental Category. Dr. Gehan Safwat of Faculty of Biotechnolog, served as their supervisor and advisor throughout the experience.
Faculty of Management Sciences is proud to host a group of senior students under the supervision of Prof. Doaa Abdou, Economics Department, published a chapter 12 in the International Handbook of Research on Developing Sustainable Value in Economics, Finance, and Marketing. The handbook is published in United States of America by the IGI. The team consisted of Alia Farouk, Donia Kamal, Farah Tarkhan, and Nada Mohamed who provided the latest empirical research findings on how sustainable development can work not just for organizations, but for the global economy as a whole.
MSAian awarded 1st place in international contest.Faculty of Management Sciences of Modern Sciences and Arts University selected the talented Mirna Mohamed Shehab of accounting discipline to represent Egypt in a contest for best accountants of "Taxation System", among worldwide universities.Mirna Shehab got the first place in that contest which made her eligible to be nominated to represent Egypt in Netherlands which will be held tentatively between November 30th : December 4th, 2014
A sweeping success and great impact were the share of two of MSA Grad students; Aliaa Asaad and Khaled Mohamed, of ESE Department, Faculty of Engineering, who have submitted a paper, titled “Wide Band High Selective Compact Metamaterial Antenna for 2 GHz Wireless Applications", to the 10th InternationalLoughborough Antennas & Propagation Conference (LAPC) 2014, where it was successfully accepted.