LETI Signed Agreements on Cooperation with Universities in Egypt
The universities of Cairo, Alexandria, and Benha became participants in the project "African Engineers Training," implemented by LETI with the support of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of Russia.
Within the project "African Engineers Training" implemented by ETU "LETI" with the support of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation, schoolchildren and students from African countries will be able to participate in preparatory courses in mathematics, computer science, and physics in English and French online on the LETIteach educational platform, and teachers will be able to receive advanced training. In addition, students will be able to study the Russian language. The classes will start on September 15, 2022.
At the end of the preparatory courses, participants will receive certificates of successful completion, and the best graduates will be recommended for admission to LETI and other Russian universities.
"During the meetings, our colleagues expressed their interest and the need of Egyptian universities for full-cycle programs, from undergraduate to postgraduate degrees, which LETI implements together with representatives of major business industries; professional development programs for university and school teachers in physics, mathematics, and computer science, and for teachers of Russian for engineering."
Agreements between LETI and Ain Shams University, Alexandria University, and Benha University involve the possibility of Egyptian universities participating in a program of additional professional education for teachers and a two-week school for students.
During the visit of the LETI delegation, participants discussed future cooperation with Egyptian universities, including both immediate joint projects and large-scale ambitions of the universities.
On November 10, within the framework of the International Interdisciplinary Week, LETI plans to hold an engineering and technical conference for African teachers "Teaching fundamental engineering disciplines: traditions and innovations."
Starting in 2023, joint master's degree programs will be launched with Egyptian universities in such priority areas as radio electronics, information and telecommunications, information and control systems, artificial intelligence, bioengineering, healthcare, and environmental protection.