Graduation Ceremony 2016
For the last years, Future University in Egypt, has been celebrating an iconic event in our students' history,
Graduation Ceremony 2016For the last years, Future University in Egypt, has been celebrating an iconic event in our students' history, the graduation ceremony. This Year it was a Ceremony to remember, not only because of the Graduation Ceremony but also because of the 10 years anniversary celebration.In a Grand three-day Event, FUE held its annual Graduation Ceremony for its Seventh batch of students. The Event took place at the Grand Theatre, Cairo Opera House. Class of 2016 Graduates as well as a number of Masters and PhD students have all officially graduated from FUE in a Ceremony that they will surely remember for the rest of their lives. The Ceremony started with the Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine on Tuesday 6th of September, Professor Hussien Abdel Hady, Head of the Dentists Syndicate and Prof. Dr. Mostafa El Sayyed attended the first day. Followed by Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmaceutical Industries on Wednesday 7th of September, Doctor Mostafa El Wakil, Vice Head of the Pharmacists Syndicate attended the second day. Ending with the Faculties of Engineering and Technology, Commerce and Business Administration, Computers and Information Technology and Economics and Political Science, on Thursday 8th of September, Eng. Tarek El Nabrawy, Head of the Engineers Syndicate, Dr. Ahmed Mosaad Kasem Vice Head of Commercial Professions Syndicate, Prof. Eileen Strempel – Senior Vice Provost – University of Cincinnati, USA, and Prof. Ralph Flori – Head of Petroleum Engineering – Missouri University of Science and Technology Attended the final Ceremony . The Proceedings of each of the three days were basically the same. Graduates waited for calling their names to be handled their certificates, each Graduate was congratulated by Mr. Khaled Azazy, Chairman, Board of Trustees and the University Board as well. Mr. Azazy also handled Prof. Dr. Adel Sakr, Board of Trustees Chair Advisor for Graduate Studies, Research & International Affairs, Prof. Dr. Anthony Perzigian, Board of Trustees Chair Advisor for Quality Assurance & Academic Affairs, Professor Eileen Strempel – Senior Vice Provost – University of Cincinnati and Professor Ralph Flori – Head of Petroleum Engineering – Missouri University of Science and Technology, University Shields on the occasion of celebrating FUE’s Ten Years Anniversary. Dr. Ebada Sarhan and the Heads of Syndicates gave speeches followed by the Pledge and the Graduates repeated it after them. Omar Khairat and his Orchestra amazed the audience with his refined music during the three days. Dr. Ebada Sarhan handled the University Shield to Omar Khairat. Congratulations Class 2016 on this remarkable event.
23 Sep 2016
UCC-FUE Summer Program
UCC and FUE have an existing cooperation agreement whereby UCC supports...
UCC-FUE Summer ProgramThe Egyptian Ambassador to Ireland, Soha Gendi, visited UCC to mark the completion of the School of Pharmacy's first Clinical Pharmacy Summer School, organised in association with Future University in Egypt (FUE).UCC and FUE have an existing cooperation agreement whereby UCC supports the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmaceutical Industries, FUE, in the delivery of an enhanced Pharmacy degree programme by FUE in Cairo. The cooperation agreement, signed in 2014, was considered a first step leading to an improved international standing of FUE’s pharmacy degree programme, particularly in the areas of clinical pharmacy and pharmacy practice. As an extension of this cooperation agreement, and with a view to further enhancing internationalisation activities at both universities, the School of Pharmacy (UCC) has designed an intensive two-week Summer School in Clinical Pharmacy.The Summer School, delivered by academic staff in the School of Pharmacy and providing specialist lectures and training in Clinical Pharmacy, saw 20 undergraduate pharmacy students from FUE travel to UCC to partake in this programme. They studied a range of topics related to the practice of clinical pharmacy, including cardiology, diabetes and respiratory diseases and visited Cork’s Mercy University Hospital and local community pharmacies experience pharmacy practice in Ireland.Students were accompanied by academic staff from FUE including Prof Ebtissam Darweesh, Professor of Clinical Pharmacy at FUE. During the 2 weeks, staff from FUE and UCC discussed ongoing collaborations in research and teaching between FUE and UCC.Speaking at the opening of the Summer School, Professor Caroline Fennell, Senior Vice President Academic and Registrar, UCC, highlighted to students the immense learning opportunities that attendance would offer, not only on the advanced academic content provided through the programme, but also the experience that would be gained as an international student travelling to attend this course at UCC. Professor Stephen Byrne, Head of School of Pharmacy, UCC, said “the Clinical Pharmacy Summer School represents the next step in extending the internationalisation activities available at School of Pharmacy UCC. “An intensive education and training programme was delivered by academic staff within the School, led by Dr Margaret Bermingham, Lecturer in Clinical Pharmacy, UCC. The content of the course was highly relevant to the practice of Pharmacy both in Ireland and Egypt and classes remained interactive, taking the form of small seminar groups and encouraging a student-centred learning approach.”
20 Sep 2016