MSA University joined Splash of Hope Activity to draw nice characters on the walls of Abu EL-Reesh Hospital. We hope that we can put a smile on the children's face and make the hospital environment a warmer, friendlier place.
Headed by Dr Doaa Abdou, students from pharmacy and management join Cosmos Little Egypt, which is a village encompassing replicas of the country’s major tourist attractions, from Qaitbey Citadel in Alexandria, passing through Giza’s Pyramids and Sphinx, the Delta, Egypt’s waterways, the Red Sea mountains, and reaching the Luxor Temple in the south.
Professor Dr. Ayman Diab "Dean of the Faculty of Biotechnology", and Professor Dr. Mohammed Mahmoud "The Director of the Horticultural Research Institute" signed a Partnership and Collaborative Agreement contract . The benefits of it would aid the exchange of experiences between the Faculty and the Institute while training the students in various fields with extensive laboratory work every year.
“Freedom of Speech means nothing when it comes within Ethical Deterioration. Youngsters should participate in serving the community”
These meaningful words were the beginning of Mohamed Sobhi the famous actor in his speech which her delivered at the meeting hosted by Professor/ Dr Nawal El Degwi, MSA Head of the Board of Trustees to announce the initiative taken by the actor to contribute to the social and humanitarian projects carried out by “Lebaladna Social Foundation”.
MSA Architecture Department of Faculty of Engineering organised a conference and a workshop titled “The Urban Architectural Complexity of The Heritage Areas” and the endeavours to save it from mixed modernization. Professor/ Dr Nawal El Degwi Head of the Board of Trustees, stated that the main prospective of this conference was to raise awareness of protecting the Heritage Areas from the over whelming modern constructions that prevailed these areas haphazardly and smeared the Historic Heritage of Old Cairo.
In the fully-packed Hall of the SSB, students, parents, along with the judging jury, intently paid attention to the graduation projects presented by our remarkable graduating Biotechnology students.
The projects were expertly presented and engaged crucial topics and problems. The students focused on solutions that can be implemented in real-life applications in Egypt to effectively alter the quality of life of Egyptians across several demographics in the medical, industrial and commercial fields.
MSA Sports and Social Administration headed by Dr Salah Abdel Hady and in collaboration of the Students’ Union, organised a trip to Luxor and Aswan where 43 MSA students participated. The trip activities programme included visits of several attractive sites and a variety of recreational input.
IBM Egypt has organized for a 4-day Hackathon during November 2014. A Hackathon is an event in which computer programmers collaborate intensively on software projects. The IBM Egypt Hackathon was intended to address pressing problems on Egypt’s national agenda and strategic development plans through innovation and cutting-edge technologies. The Hackathon theme is Smarter Cities with focus on energy, water management, and health domains.
Glare and Glory of MSA 15th Class Graduation Ceremony Made the University's Worldwide Recognition a Reality
Modern Science and Arts University's graduation ceremony this year combined glare and glory as graduates will be receiving a Greenwich degree alongside the Egyptian one. MSA Graduates had undoubtedly taken a leap and had an edge over their peers' counterparts. MSAU graduates included Faculty of Dental & Oral Hygiene, Faculty of Pharmacy, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Biotechnology, Faculty of Management Sciences, Faculty of Mass Com, Faculty of Computer Sciences and Faculty of Languages. Thousand of parents witnessed the ceremony where Professor Dr Nawal El Degwi Head of Board of Trustees and Professor Dr Khairy Abdel Hamid MSAU President welcomed them, who in turn expressed their gratitude and commended the cherished care of their sons and daughters which prepared them to the challenge of the ever changing and demanding job market. Outstanding graduates received fifteen free scholarships to study Masters Degree in United Kingdom's Universities.
The Faculty of Languages at MSAU guided and supervised a second group of ENG90 students to visit the historical site of Al Hussein Mosque of Old Cairo on Thursday, December 4, 2014. The trip was amazing and everybody enjoyed it.
Ms. Mai Mamdouh a staff member at the Faculty of Languages has been recognized by Cairo University as one of the best MBAs candidates. During a ceremony that took place in the presence of Cairo University president and top management administration of both the university and the Faculty of Commerce, Ms. Mai Mamdouh proudly received her award on Thursday, December 4, 2014.
The best Thesis award of Cairo University was granted to MSA's Ghada Mohamed Ali Alakhdar of Faculty of Languages for her thesis titled: "Cyber Text Morality Online and the Promotion of Cultural Diversity". Under the supervision of Prof.Dr. Sahar Sobhi Abdel Hakim. The valuable and unique thesis was summed up in the 'Diversity of the World Cultures which have the potential for development through "reactivating solidarity networks and reinventing a lost mode of social interaction." The study in that respect picks up the rhizomes of war machine which present a free model for collective action and production, as it also analyses the nomad and its strategy of mobility and vigour communicated in its weaponry. Heartily congratulations to Ms Ghada M. Ali Akhdar for her achieved unique thesis which earned her the 'Best Theses Awards of Cairo University'.
Two visiting students of Arabic as a Foreign Language, undertook a touristic visit to the old site of EL Moeez Street in Old Cairo with their teachers under the supervision of the Faculty of Languages on Wednesday, November 19, 2014.
On the occasion of Aid El Adha Feast, the Faculty of Languages' students paid a visit to 6th October El Orman Orphanage on Thursday, October 2, 2014. The Students' Activities would like to thank all those who actively participated and helped gathering the toys to make these little angels' hearts sing.