Future University in Egypt signs a cooperation agreement with Schlumberger Egypt for training in “Petroleum Engineering”
In pursuit of the scientific approach taken by the Future University in Egypt (FUE) under the auspices of Khalid Azazy, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, which aims at creating a new generation of graduates eligible to enter the labor market in a scientific manner, a joint cooperation agreement was signed between Future University in Egypt and Schlumberger Egypt. The aim is to provide a training program that qualifies and trains students of the Petroleum Engineering Department at the Faculty of Engineering and Technology by employing the various expertise and capabilities of the company in this field.
The signing ceremony for this agreement took place through Zoom technology in the presence of Eng. Tarek El-Molla, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Eng. Karim Badawi, Managing Director of Schlumberger Egypt, Sudan and East Mediterranean, Prof. Ebada Sarhan, President of FUE and Prof. Hesham Arafat, Vice-Chairman of the Board of Trustees and former Minister of Transport.
Prof. Hesham Arafat stated that the importance of the agreement lies in the fact that it aims at the distinct rehabilitation of the human race and the development of young calibers, an aspect that not only is FUE keen on, but is rather currently at the top of its priorities.
Prof. Ebada Sarhan pointed out that this step by the University is a major development in its ambitious program to contribute practically to the modernization of Egyptian industry and to start doing so by reducing the gap between academic and practical aspects, and by linking scientific aspects to the application and knowledge of the labor market needs, and students acquiring many skills through the living of applied reality, the modern scientific method used in all major educational institutions around the world.
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