European partnership project ISIS-Tempus

The project aims to dedicate a common Master's degree in Euro-Mediterranean in neuroscience, and biotechnology, in the framework of the ISIS-Tempus project, and funded by the European Union and in partnership with the 6 countries in North and South Mediterranean (France, Italy, Spain, Morocco, Lebanon, Egypt).


Allowed to register for this degree for students who obtained the degree of Bachelor of Science in disciplines (Zoology, Botany, Microbiology, Biochemistry) from the Egyptian or foreign universities such as (Bachelor of Medicine, Pharmacy or agriculture ....), provided that it has been more than ten years on their access to bachelor's degree.


This degree qualifies their recipients for:


1- Specialists in laboratory neuroscience and applied biotechnology

2- Registration for a PhD in the same disciplines, whether in Egypt or in foreign universities participating in the project.


Future vision


Upon approval of Alexandria University on dedicating this degree, will be required from Zoology Department an internationally assessment for the quality of courses to enable them to obtain the consent of all the universities involved in the project to make it a common certificate between the southern universities firstly and then the Northern.


Details of study


1- Duration of the study two years (four semesters at least) and the academic year consists of two semesters (autumn and spring) and the duration of the semester 15-week and all study in English language.

2- Courses are taught in the first three seasons; both electronically or by presence in various universities in parallel and study include scientific research experiments experience for thesis and writing and providing it not less than six months from the beginning.

3- Courses of the third semester contain four different scientific courses but simultaneous and equal in credit hours, thus students enrolled in this program may choose one of it at the beginning of the second year.

4- When student passes courses in the first three seasons successfully, should perform experiments (laboratory or practical or medical) not less than 24 weeks (six months) in the subject which determined by the supervising professor in his university in the origin country with the academic overseeing committee which nominated by overseeing committee, in this case the student submits a proposal for scientific research as one of the attachments.

5- The student discusses the obtained results in the origin country or remotely.


* Calculation of credit hours and school fees:


1- Number of credit hours needed to obtain the degree of Master of Science is 120 credit hours in European system (ECTS) or the equivalent of 30 credit hours (ECTS) in each semester of the first three seasons and is allocated 30 credit hours for the thesis.


2- Courses will be taught either electronically or by presence at various universities in parallel so that each university is considering the specialty in which excels.


* Proposed courses:


Details of the courses that start with code number from NSB 601 to NSB 698, and following is course outline:

Course outline

 (Semester 1 (NSB 601 to NSB 613 core = 30 ECTS


Course Title


NSB 601

Language and Communication


NSB 605

Biotechnology and bioinformatics


NSB 609

Functional and cognitive neuroanatomy


NSB 613

Cellular neurobiology/physiology


 Semester 2 (NSB 602 to NSB 610 core = 18 ECTS):


Course Title


NSB 602

Tools and Methodologies in Neuroscience


NSB 606

Experimental approaches of neuropathology


NSB 610

Behavior, emotion and cognition


Semester 2 (NSB 614 to NSB 626 elective = 12 ECTS):


Course Title


NSB 614



NSB 618

Genomics and proteomics


NSB 622

Developmental biology & ageing


NSB 626



Semester 3 (NSB 617 to NSB 625 core = 18 ECTS):


Course Title


NSB 617



NSB 621

Regulations, laws and Bioethics


NSB 625

Drug development


 Semester 3: Track 1 - Molecular and cellular Neuroscience

(NSB 629 to NSB 637 elective = 12 ECTS):


Course Title


NSB 629

Plasticity and cell communication


NSB 633

Neurogenesis, Stem cells and transplantation


NSB 637

Case study in Biotechnology


Semester 3: Track 2 - Integrative and system biology

(NSB 641 to NSB 653 elective = 12 ECTS):


Course Title


NSB 641

From sensation to perception


NSB 645

From perception to action


NSB 649

Integrative physiology


NSB 653

Computational neuroscience and neural network




Semester 3: Track 3 - Medical neuroscience and neuroimaging

(NSB 657 to NSB 665 elective = 12 ECTS):


Course Title


NSB 657

Morpho-Functional Imaging


NSB 661



NSB 665

Diagnostic and therapeutic tools development


 Semester 3: Track 4 - Neuropharmacology and Innovative therapeutics

(NSB 669 to NSB 677 elective = 12 ECTS):


Course Title


NSB 669

Neurotransmitters and their pharmacology


NSB 673

Neuropharmacological mechanisms of Pathophysiology


NSB 677

Recent advances in Neuropharmacology


 Semester 4: Core Practical Training = 30 ECTS:


Course Title


NSB 698

Long training period (Thesis)


Course Description:

 First year / First semester / Core courses (30 ECTS):

1. NSB 601: Language and Communication (3 credits):

Linguistic Remediation, communication, public expression, summary, abstract, presentations preparation, introduction of scientific communication, evaluation of a scientific document, how to extract information from a scientific document, evaluation of use of information impact, impact of scientific communication on Research and development.

 2. NSB 605: Biotechnology and bioinformatics (9 credits):

Cell cultures, cloning and eucaryotic expression vectors’ constructions, morphological approaches and cellular imaging, biochemical approaches, principles of bioinformatics, nature of data bases, data bases practical use.

 3. NSB 609: Functional and cognitive neuroanatomy (9 credits):

Basic principles of neural processing: global vs serial processing, macrocircuits and microcircuits, short vs long term processing, membrane processes, synaptic plastic changes, basic architecture of the nervous system, basic methods for studying functional anatomy; Main divisions and subdivisions of the nervous system: anatomic vs functional systems, main structures of the peripheral nervous system, spinal cord, brainstem and cerebellum, diencephalon, telencephalon; Major pathways of sensory processing: somatosensory system, visual system, auditory and vestibular systems, chemosensory systems; Major pathways of sensory integration: sensory integration along the ascending systems, multisensory reflexes, cortical integration; Major pathways of cognitive processing: the cortico-entorhinal-hippocampal reciprocal pathways, the prefrontal-amygdala-hippocampal pathway, subcortical modulation of cortical pathways; Major motor and vegetative pathways: basic circuits of sleep-wake mechanisms, homeostatic integration and modulation, motor pathways (Motor spinal reflexes, the pyramidal pathway, cortico-subcortical motor processing).

 4. NSB 613: Cellular neurobiology/physiology (9 credits):

Nerve cell electrophysiology : membrane biophysics, rest potentiel, action potential, excitation kinetics, signal intracellular propagation mechanisms (action potential genesis and propagation); Synaptic transmission : neurones’ classifications, chemical excitatory and inhibitory synaptic transmission, advanced study of mediator liberation mechanism, neuron synaptic message integration; Membrane receptors : neurotransmitters’ characteristics and liberation mechanisms, neurotransmitters’ receptors and signal transduction mechanisms, neurons intrinsic properties.


First year / Second semester / Core courses (18 ECTS):


1. NSB 602: Tools and Methodologies in Neuroscience (6 credits):

Techniques used in Neuroscience Research: Techniques for Morphofunctional studies of neuromediators and techniques of neuro-anatomical labelling (microscopic techniques: optic, transmission and scanning electronic), techniques of in situdetection (histochemistry, fluorescence, radioactivity heavy metals, enzymes), immunohistochemical techniques (antibodies, labelling stains, in situ hybridization techniques, cerebral tracks identification techniques (labelling, decline),membranous biophysics techniques: liposome synthesis, liquid vein micro-electrophoresis, measure of surface potential, superficial pressure, superficial tension and DSC (differential scanning calorimetry), Extraction of different plant natural substances (alkaloids, flavonoids, saponins): separation techniques (CPG, HPLC, CCM), revealing methods, biological tests (anti-depressor, antalgic, antipsychotic …),Intracellular signal collection: electrophysiological techniques (gain current, gain voltage, saccharose double partition, patch clamp), techniques of intracellular calcium movements measure, ionic channels and membrane receptors expression; Biostatistics and data treatment: Statistics and essential probability laws: Estimation and confidence interval, hypothesis test, analysis of factor variance (Tukey test), non parametric sample comparison tests (Wilcoxon–Mann–Wiley: two independent samples, Wilcoxon: related samples), methods of regression and two-factor variance analysis.

2. NSB 606: Experimental approaches of neuropathology (6 credits):

Molecular and cellular approaches of nervous system diseases: genetic, cell biology and Neuropharmacology approaches; Experimental models, methods, mechanisms and therapeutic strategies: animal models, experimental analogues of human pathologies, Legitimacy of procedures, interpretation limits, towards new therapeutic targets.


 3. NSB 610: Behaviour, emotion and cognition (6 credits):

Part 1: Emotion: I-Introduction to emotion, II- Neurobiology of emotion (First example: aggression and aggressive behaviour, Second example: pleasure and addictive behaviour, Third example: fear and aversive behaviour); Part 2: Cognitive functions: I- Introduction to cognition, II- Neurobiology of cognitive functions (First example: visual recognition and agnosia, Second example: speech and related disorders (aphasia and apraxia), Third example: declarative memory and amnesia); Part 3: Interactions between emotion and cognition: I- Introduction to emotion-cognition interactions, II- Neurobiology of emotion-cognition interactions (First example: memory, Second example: decision-making, Third example: emotional regulation and emotional intelligence).


First year / Second semester / elective courses (12 ECTS):


  1. 1.NSB 614)Biophysics (6 credits)

Molecular and cellular biophysics: structure of macromolecules in solution, forces of interactions and stabilisations of macromolecular ultrastructures, organised systems and biological membranes, dynamics of biological pairs: modelization and theory, flux cytometry; Techniques of spectroscopic and sensory analysis and separation of biomolecules: visible-UV spectroscopy, spectroscopy of middle infrared, Raman spectroscopy, emission spectroscopy: fluorometry (FRET, FLIM, FRAP…), radioactivity and biomolecules.

  1. 1.2.NSB 618Genomics and proteomics

Structure of the genome and its modifications (additive and targeted transgenesis), comparative Genomic (evo-devo concepts), Transcriptome analyses (microarray, qRT-PCR,…), study of the proteome (expression and differential expression analyses, protein-protein interactions), use of bioinformatics databases (NCBI, Ensembl, Expasy,…).

  1. 1.31. Developmental biology

Neural induction and pattern formation, cell lineage and fate determination, neuronal migration, axon guidance, synapse formation and stabilization, development of neuroendocrine systems, molecular tools in developmental biology and biotechnology, evolution and development, mechanisms of somatic selection, biological aging processes and age-related diseases affecting the nervous system.

  1. 1.4.NSB 626: Neuropharmacology (6 credits

Biosynthesis, liberation and inactivation of classical neurotransmitters (glutamate, GABA, dopamine, noradrenalin, serotonin, acetylcholine, neuropeptides), receptors and transporters, potential neuro-pharmacological targets for drug development; approaches to study system functioning: in vitro (biochemistry, molecular biology, cerebral distribution study by immunohistochemistry), in vivo(measurement of liberation, behavioural studies) in a neuro-pharmacological frame (ligand-receptor link); techniques to be used: molecular/cellular methods to study Neuro-Psychopharmacology, new approaches: transcriptomic, proteomic - Knock-out, anti-sense, RNAi, pharmaco-genetics, models of behavioural studies; mechanisms of action of main classes of psychotropes, examples of perspective pharmaco-therapies for central dysfunctions, the big steps of development of a psychotrope/neurotrope drug from a professional point of view.





Second year / First semester / Core courses (18 ECTS):


  1. 1.1.NSB 617: Economy (6 credits

Economy laws; Application in research domain: in national environment, in an environment of globalization; Principles of quality control; Methods of quality control; Intellectual properties in an environment of globalization: theoretical studies, practical methods.

  1. 1.2.NSB 621: Regulations, laws and Bioethics (6 credits

General notes on morality and bioethics, review of international and national texts, analysis of ethical challenges in the different steps of research, real and virtual case studies.

  1. 1.3.NSB 625Drugdevelopment (6 credits

Pharmacology and drug study, Justification of clinical research, main drug classes, drug development: preclinical and clinical phases, methodology of clinical trials and statistical reminder, protocols and their conception, regulations, pharmacovigilance

Second year / First semester / Track 1 - Molecular and cellular Neuroscience Optional courses (12 ECTS):

  1. 1.1.NSB 629: Plasticity and cell communication (9 credits

     Neuronal plasticity: long-term potentiation, long-term depression; Molecular mechanisms of synaptic plasticity: activity-dependent changes in gene expression, post-translational modifications of proteins, membrane receptor trafficking; Neuron-glia interactions; Anatomical plasticity during in physiological conditions and after nerve injury; Pathophysiological roles of neuronal plasticity: memory, pain.

  1. 1.2.NSB 633: Neurogenesis, Stem cells and transplantation (6 (credits)

Neurogenesis and regeneration of the CNS: Defining neural stem cells, progenitors and precursors, Neurogenic (olfactory bulb, dentate gyrus) versus non-neurogenic regions in the adult brain, Neurogenesis and migration, Neuronal cell death, Control of Differentiation, Neural development; Stem cells and therapy engineering: Haematopoiesis (progenitors, stem cells and micro-environment), myogenesis (determination genes and myogenesis), normal and pathological angiogenesis, visualization of transplanted cellsin vivo using super paramagnetic nanoparticles and magnetic resonance.

  1. 1.3.NSB 637: Case study in Biotechnology (6 credits

     Virtually realization of different molecular expression vector constructs including: full length proteins, truncated proteins, GFP-protein or a TAG-protein at the N or C terminus, detailed projection of the constructs of molecular plasmids and transfection protocols, careful discussion of technical problems.



Second year / First semester / Track 2 - Integrative and system biology / Optional courses (12 ECTS):

  1. 1.1.NSB 641: From sensation to perception (6 credits)

Perception psychology: introduction to perception, perceptions (visual perception, interpretation of the visual perception, hearing, taste, olfactory and proprioceptive perceptions); Sensory treatments (Ex: somaesthetic and visual sensibility): receptors of somaesthesia (cutaneous and subcutaneous somaesthetic receptors, touch mechanoreceptors, differential sensibility of the body surface to mechanical stimuli, proprioceptive mechanoreceptors, active tactile exploration,  dorso-lemnesic median column system, principal ways of the mechanical sensibility, trigeminal division of the mechanical sensibility system, the  somaesthetic thalamus, the somaesthetic cortex, cortical representations), receptors and visual ways (visual receptors, transduction and light message coding, different levels of visual information treatment, dorsal thalamus, primary visual cortex, cortical representations of the visual information).

  1. 1.2.NSB 645: From perception to action (6 credits

Cortico-cortical management of: decision making circuits, working memory, explicit and implicit responses; The emotional response: intra-amygdaline connections, stress response, PAG, brainstem, hypothalamus, vegetative nervous system; The spinal circuits: the motor units, the basic circuits in the ventral horn, main reflexes, the inferior neuron syndrome; The cortico-spinal pathway: the motor cortex, the pyramidal pathway, crossed and uncrossed fibre, the superior neuron syndrome; The cortico-basal pathways: the organization of basal ganglia, subthalamus, motor thalamus and substantia nigra, direct and undirect pathways, Parkinson’s and Huntington’s syndromes; The cerebellar pathways: basic circuits in the cerebellum, main divisions of the cerebellum and pathways, the cerebellar syndrome.

  1. 1.(6creditsIntegrative physiologyNSB 649

     Biological rhythms: main concepts, diversity, emergence of chronobiology; Circadian rhythms: the master daily biological clock (the suprachiasmatic nuclei of the hypothalamus), “clock genes” (molecular basis of the endogenous pacemaker, a new retinal photopigment for entrainment of the central clock by light, other daily clocks in the body, feeding and other non-photic cues as synchronizers of circadian rhythms, control of daily physiology by the suprachiasmatic nuclei (autonomous, melatonin and other neuroendocrine outputs); Seasonal rhythms: photoperiodism, a circadian clock for the detection of seasons, an endogenous circannual clock, neuroendocrine control of gonadal activity, seasonal plasticity, surviving the bad season (hibernation, daily torpor, metabolic depression); Rhythms in Human: circadian and homeostatic control of the sleep/wake cycle, circadian rhythm disturbances (jet lag, shift work, seasonal depression), chronotherapy.

  1. 1.4.NSB 653: Computational neuroscience and neural network (3 credits)

Introduction to Computational Neuroscience; neural spike train analysis and modeling; from single neuron to large scale networks, ionic models; computational and dynamical approaches to motor control

Second year / First semester / Track 3 - Medical neuroscience and neuroimaging / Optional courses (12 ECTS):

  1. 1.1.NSB 657: Morpho-Functional Imaging (9 credits

     Neuroanthropology & Neuroimaging: Cephalic reference lines suitable for morphofunctional & interventional brain neuroimaging, in human & mammals, in vivo as in cadaver; Neuromorphology, Neuromorphometry & Neuroimaging: Overview of fissural & gyral pattern of the brain cortex, brain mapping, using in vivo 3D-MRI, interindividual variability of sulcal patterns in normal and patients with chromosomal aberrations or cognitive disorders; Morphofunctional brain neuroimaging: Topographical & functional cortical anatomy of the Central region, the Perisylvian cognitive region, the Limbic lobe & mesial temporal region using in vivo 3D-MRI & f-MRI, topographical & functional cortical anatomy of the Striate cortex & visual pathways; Topographical & functional brain anatomy & imaging: white matter core & major tracts using in vivo MR-tractography with anatomical correlations; Regional brain neuroimaging: Topographical anatomy of the basal forebrain, diencephalon, basal ganglia, brainstem & cerebellum

  1. 1.2.NSB 661: Pathophysiology (6 credits

     Neurodegenerative: Alzheimer & allied dementias (Neuropathology, Neurochemistry, functional imaging and cellular hypothesis of AD, LBD, FTD & VaD and mixed dementias); Parkinson’s diseases & Gait disorders: Neuropathology, Neurochemistry, functional imaging and cellular hypothesis of PD & pathophysiology and analysis of Gait disorders; Epilepsy: Neurophysiology & cellular mechanisms of epileptic seizures, recording procedures, major etiologies & classifications; Pain: Neurophysiology, cellular mechanisms and classification of pain syndromes, clinical applications in treatment choice; Stroke & anoxia: Neurophysiology & cellular mechanisms of brain ischemia and anoxia, functional imaging, critical situations (diving & high altitude etc…); Traumatic CNS and PNS injuries: Cellular mechanisms of commotion, concussion & diffuse axonal injury, spinal cord and peripheral nerve injuries, advances in functional imaging & neural repair; MS & Inflammatory diseases: Neuropathology, functional imaging and cellular mechanisms of MS, ADEM & infectious diseases (CJD, brucellosis, TB, parasitic disorders).

  1. 1.3.NSB 665: Diagnostic and therapeutic tools development (6 credits))

     Neuro-Electrophysiology: Polysomnography, VEP, SEP, AEP, EEG, video–EEG, EMG; Computational neuroimaging & image processing: V-CT, f-MRI, MRS, DWI, PWI, SPECT, PET, MEG; Neurostimulation: Intra-operative procedures & cortical stimulations, vagus nerve stimulation, spinal cord stimulation; Interventional neuroradiology & allied procedures: Vascular neuroangiography, biopsy & stereotactic procedures; Radiosurgery & stereotactic radiotherapy: Gamma knife, cyberknife, IMRT, brachytherapy.

Second year / First semester / Track 4 Neuropharmacology and Innovative therapeutics / Optional courses (12 ECTS):

  1. 1.1.NSB 669: Neurotransmitters and their pharmacology (9 credits))

     Biochemistry of neurotransmitters: Identification criteria, synthesis, liberation, fixation, capture and degradation, transmission and co-transmission, interaction neurotransmitter–receptor, inotropic and metabotropic neurotransmitters; Classification of neurotransmitters: Acetylcholine, biogenic amines, amino acids, neuropeptides; Dose-effect relation, interaction between neurotransmitters, neuromodulation; Action of neurotransmitters: Command mechanisms, neuromuscular junction, neurovegetative system, transmission mechanisms (neuron to neuron); Pathology linked to neurotransmission anomalies: Alzheimer disease, Parkinson disease, pain, epilepsy; Drugs action: Action sites, action modes, receptors, receptor-ligand Reaction.

  1. 1.2.NSB 673: Neuropharmacological mechanisms of Pathophysiology (6 credits))

     Transmission ways implicated in neurological diseases: signalling pathways disturbance, associations of neurotransmitters secreted during these diseases, receptors implicated in signal transduction; Modern therapeutic tools: drug approaches, pharmacology of neuronal systems, receptors activation, concentration of available neurotransmitters, non-drug approaches (stimulations, global approaches), consequences on the transmission systems; New therapeutic approaches: tools to define new therapeutic targets and new drug associations through recent development of pharmacological research, evolution towards neuroprotection in neurodegenerative diseases.

  1. 1.3.NSB 677: Recent advances in Neuropharmacology (6 credits))

Diseases and drug rhythms: rhythms in pharmacokinetics and drug metabolism, rhythms and drug renal excretion, rhythms and nocturnal asthma drugs, rhythms, allergies and antihistaminic H1, rhythms, inflammations and non-steroids anti-inflammatory drugs, rhythms, gastric ulcers and H2 receptors blockers.

Second year / Second semester / Core elective Training (30 ECTS):


v NSB 698: Long Training Period (Thesis: 30 credits):

Students will perform a research and development project (thesis) in Neuroscience and Biotechnology domains. The practical placement will constitute all semestre 4. It will take place in a research laboratory or in a private R&D research laboratory. The subject and the supervisor of the scientific research will be previously discussed with the laboratory or enterprise. The pedagogical advisor will visit or contact the student and the supervisor to make sure of the good functioning of the training. In conjunction with his / her supervisor, the student will be in charge of determining the scientific objectives of the practical placement, choosing the adapted methods and available tools to answer the scientific question, applying these methods, analyzing the experimental results, suggesting an interpretation taking the existing bibliographic data into consideration, writing a descriptive dissertation, orally defending the thesis using adapted teaching tools.







Names of universities participating in the project




(1) Université Victor Segalen Bordeaux 2,146 rue Léo Saignat, F-33076 Bordeaux Cedex, France


(2) Alexandria University,22 El Gueish Ave; Al Shatby, Alexandria, EGYPT


(3) Université Francophone de Senghor,1 place Ahmed Orabi, Alexandria, EGYPT


(4)Université Caddi Ayyad,Avenue Prince Moulay Abdellah, BP 511 - 40000 Marrakech, MOROCCO


(5)Université Abdelmalek Essaadi,Avenue Moulay Al Hassan, PP.211, 93150 Martil, MOROCCO


(6)Université Saint-Joseph,Rectorat, Rue de Damas, BP17-5208 Mar Mikahel, Beyrouth 1104 2020, LEBANON


(7)Université Saint-Esprit of Kaslik,PO Box: 446 Jounieh, LEBANON


(8)Université de Turin,Via Verdi 8, 10124 Torino, ITALY


(9)Université  de Valencia Estudi general,Av Blasco Ibañez 13, 46010 Valencia, SPAIN


 (10)Université Aix-Marseille2,Jardins du Pharo 58, bvd Charles Livon, 13007 Marseille Cedex 07, FRANCE


(11)UniversityofNice– Sophia Antipolis,28 avenue Valrose, BP2135, F-06103 Nice Cedex 2, FRANCE



Associated Partners : 

(12)Association NEUREX Alsace (NEUREX),Parc de l’innovation, 9 bvd Gonthier d’Andernach, F-67 400 Illkrich-Graffenstaden, FRANCE


(13) Groupement de Recherche International de Neurosciences Fondamentales et Cliniques (GDRI neuro), CNRS/CNRST,INCM-CNRS, 31 chemin Joseph Aiguier, 13042 Marseille Cedex 20


(14)Landau Network au Centro di Cultura Scientifica “A.Volta” (LNCV),Villa Olmo, Via Cantoni 1, 22100 Como, Italy

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1 -  60%of points are allocatedfor final exam and the rest of the points(40%)are devoted for the periodic tests and continuous assessment. In case of applying this rule can not be applied on some certain disciplines at faculties and institutes, it should be submitted to faculty Board and of Graduate Studies and Research Council and the University Council to put a special rule for each discipline.   2 -    Points calculation system for each credit hour should be as follows:





Very high graduate caliber







Satisfactory Performance









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Arabic Language Department

French Language Department

English Language Department

Geography and GIS Department

Philosophy Department

Sociology Department

Psychology Department

Anthropology Department

Archaeology, Greek and Romanian Studies Department

Archaeology Department

Phonetics Department

Theatre Studies Department

Library and Information Department

Oriental Languages Department

Department of History, Egyptian & Islamic Antiquities

Arabic and Eastern Languages (Turkish, Persian and Hebrew)

Applied Languages

Diploma of Public Opinion  

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The academic program of Alexandria University offers a lot of distinguished programs, as the university including the medical complex (Faculty  of Medicine, Pharmacy, and Dentistry), Theoretical complex (Faculty of Arts, Education, Law, Commerce and Tourism and Hotels )and scientific complex ( faculty of science and agriculture )and Faculty of Fine Arts - Veterinary Medicine - Nursing – Specific Education - Kindergartens - Agriculture “Sababasha “- Physical Education “Boys” - Physical Education “Girls “, Medical Research Institute ,the Institute of Postgraduate Studies and Research , the High Institute of Public Health.

Alexandria University serves [ ... ]

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Diploma of Art History

Master of Art History

PhD of Art History

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AU Graduate Register

Graduate Register Management System

Alexandria University is keen to communicate with their graduates by organizing regular meetings with them to transfer their expertise to students and to link the graduate with university, also Alexandria University provided through its long march many of outstanding figures in the fields of politics, economy, culture, art, sports and all scientific and social activities, as the university is seeking to organize a conference featuring outstanding graduates from workers in international institutions and owners of prestigious positions to strengthen relations between the university graduates in different parts of the world.

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ِِAU Libraries

There is at Alexandria University a central library and a library in each faculty and institute at the university; in addition to a library at university hostel and some university centers and units.

-Central Library

-Digital Library

-Faculty Libraries

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 Faculty of Agriculture

               Faculty of Arts                    BA in fourteen disciplines – Diploma in six disciplines               Faculty of Law Bachelor of law (L.L.B) Diploma in the field of (Public law, Private law, Economics and Public Finace, Administrative sciences, Islamic law, Fiscal & tax low, criminal law ) Master of law (L.L.M) Doctorate of law (L.L.D)

Master of International Business Law from the Faculty of Law, University of Indiana

 Faculty of Engineering

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Centers of excellence and accredited and central labs

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General Administration for Libraries Affairs

- Historical Background

TheCentral Libraryis one section of the general administration for libraries affairs in Alexandria University. TheCentral Libraryis the major source of information at Alexandria University and was inaugurated in 1985 at distinguished location central to the majority of university faculties and institutes.

The need to establish the Central Library rose in the late seventies due to the overlapping needs for different faculties and institutes with regard to academic periodicals.

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Level 1 (code 100)

First semester

Compulsory courses only



Course Name

Course Code



Introduction to Business and Finance

101/ د



Introduction to Accounting Information Systems

101/ م



Microeconomic principles

101/ ص



Business studies in English

101/ د+م+ص



Business and Finance Mathematics (1)

101/ ر



Political Systems and life

101/ س



Legal Studies

101/ ق

Second semester:

Compulsory courses only



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The Fourth Level (Code 400)

First Semester:

Firstly: Core Courses:

Previous requirements

Number of Hours

Name of Course

Number of Course (Code)



Control and audit

401   / م



Operations Research in Management and Accounting

401   / د+م



Specialized facilities management

401   / د


Second Semester:



Human Resources Management

402   / د



Economic development and planning

402   /ص



Specialized accounting systems

402   / م


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The Third Level (Code 300)

First Semester:

Firstly: Core Courses:

Previous requirements

Number of Hours

Name of Course

Number of Course (Code)



Accounting in the administrative area

301   / م



International economics

301   / ص



Operations Management

301   / د



Taxes and the business sector

301   / ل

Secondly: Elective Courses:

The student chooses three of the following courses:

Previous requirements

Number of Hours

Name of Course

Number of Course (Code)



Analysis of securities

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The second level (code 200)

First semester:

Firstly: core courses

Previous requirements

Number of Hours

Name of Course

Number of Course (Code)




201   / د



Measurement &

Accounting analysis

 / 201 م



Economic Analysis

 / 201 ص



Public Finance

 / 201 ل

Secondly: Elective Courses

The student chooses one of the following courses:

Previous requirements

Number of Hours

Name of Course

Number of Course (Code)



Supervision and leadership

 / 201 د \ ق



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Diploma of Interior Architecture

Diploma of Performing Arts

Master of Interior Architecture

Master of Performing Arts

PhD of Interior Architecture

PhD of Performing Arts

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Digital Library

Digital Library

General Data

Library address: Digital Library of Alexandria University

Phone number: 035928033

Fax number: 035928033

Postal code: 21527

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Registration requirements:

It is required for student's registration to obtain any of the graduate diplomas in addition to the conditions contained in Article (5) that:

Student must have obtained a bachelor's degree from one of the universities or institutes recognized by the Supreme Council of Universities. Faculty Council can accept student's registration who has obtained a Bachelor's degree in a different specialization up on a recommendation from Department Board after passing a number of supplementary courses defined by the Board of the concerned department in such a manner that the number of those courses does not exceed four courses provided that it is not a prerequisite for the [ ... ]

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Directory of Cultural Relations 2019

Cultural Relations Models 2019

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16 May 2019 11:17

Directory of Digital Library Unit

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13 May 2019 10:41

Directory of ethics of care and use of experimental animals in education and scientific research

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13 May 2019 10:41

Directory of Scientific Publications and Classifications

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13 May 2019 10:41

Directory of University Libraries

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26 Dec 2015 12:02
E-Learning at AU

Electronic Learning at Alexandria University seeks to achieve fast communication between student and professor and to provide more learning opportunities for more students to learn in responding to present day demands. Electronic Learning Center of Alexandria University was established in 2005 as one of the projects of the Development Projects Management Unit in the university. This project aims at producing number of electronic courses with electronic learning centers at Egyptian universities, besides to dissemination of electronic learning culture in governmental and special learning institutions. In addition, teaching staff members and students are being trained on the methods and models [ ... ]

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European partnership project ISIS-Tempus

The project aims to dedicate a common Master's degree in Euro-Mediterranean in neuroscience, and biotechnology, in the framework of the ISIS-Tempus project, and funded by the European Union and in partnership with the 6 countries in North and South Mediterranean (France, Italy, Spain, Morocco, Lebanon, Egypt).


Allowed to register for this degree for students who obtained the degree of Bachelor of Science in disciplines (Zoology, Botany, Microbiology, Biochemistry) from the Egyptian or foreign universities such as (Bachelor of Medicine, Pharmacy or agriculture ....), provided that it has been more than ten years on their access to bachelor's degree.


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It should be noted that the College of Arts, which is on the path of evolution, introduced a computer system in a stand-alone unit to monitor the results of examinations and store student data into account to achieve maximum precision and order, one of the pioneering experiences at the University of Alexandria that were not in the universities of Egypt as a whole, which has been hailed by Council of the University of Alexandria in July 1991, and called for the circulation in the rest of the university colleges, which called for the introduction of computers currently in some branches of study. 


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26 Dec 2015 12:13

Each faculty or institute has a list for the undergraduate or bachelor, next to the list of graduate studies for reviewing courses and its descriptions, cumulative grades and methods of teaching and assessment and the number of hours for the various academic years, and these regulations seek to discuss the objectives and procedures for acceptance and steps to register new students and situations to stop enrollment and excuses and all elements of the educational process and the laws governing them in each faculty or institute.

Faculty of Arts

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

Faculty of Dentistry

Faculty of Physical Education for Boys

Faculty of Engineering

Medical Research Institute

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26 Dec 2015 12:06

1. Library of Faculty of Physical Education (Girls) 

2. Library of Faculty of Physical Education (Boys) 

3. Library of Faculty of Medicine 

4.  Library of Faculty of Engineering 

5.  Library of Faculty of Fine Arts 

6.  Library of Faculty of Tourism and Hotels 

7.  Library of Faculty of Pharmacy 

8.  Library of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine 

9.  Library of Faculty of Science 

10. Library of Faculty of Law 

11. Library of Faculty of Agriculture (Saba Pasha)   12. Library of Faculty of Arts

13- Library of Faculty of Dentistry

14- Library of Faculty of Nursing

15- Library of the Faculty of Commerce

16- Library of the Faculty of Agriculture

17- Library Faculty of Specific Education

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26 Dec 2015 10:58

 Alexandria University is a beacon of science and is the most important features of the city of Alexandria, is also a ray of science and knowledge. Where graduated each year crowds of university in the various disciplines contributing to in the cultural, social, industrial and agricultural renaissance for Egypt, Arab countries, African and others, and Alexandria University is considered a symbol of the city of Alexandria, which was built in 232 BC. To become the capital of Egypt at the time, and named Alexandria relative to the Great Alexander, the Macedonian, and Alexandria is the bride of the Mediterranean and the largest ports of Egypt and for a long period of time Alexandria is become beam [ ... ]

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Home Economics

 Postgraduate Studies' Laboratory

Students' Laboratory

Nutrition's Laboratory

Animal experiments' Laboratory


Amphitheater No.114

Clothing and textile’s  Laboratory / Arts & Housing

Equipment 's Laboratory

Animal Production

Dr./ Mostafa Hamada's Laboratory (wool Education)

Plant disease

Plant disease's Laboratory

Fungal diseases Laboratory

Vegetable diseases' Laboratory

Fruits diseases' Laboratory


Tescologi Laboratory

Enzyme studies Laboratory

Bio-Evaluation  Laboratory

Pesticides Testing Laboratory

Students’ Laboratory  for  descriptive analyzes

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Subjects – construction engineering



Concrete – construction engineering department



Soil and foundations - construction engineering department



hydrolics – irrigation and hydrolics department



Researches- irrigation and hydrolics department



Computer - irrigation and hydrolics department



Area lab- transportation engineering department



Roads lab - transportation engineering department



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10 Jul 2016 12:49

Faculty library provides many books, encyclopedias, legal references, periodicals and Theses (MA and PhD) in various branches of law where has a huge collection of numbers of the Official Gazette and judicial rulings of the Supreme Constitutional Court, where the library holdings include Egyptian and Arabic versions in addition to French, English and Italian references.

Faculty library offers its services to students of scientific research, faculty members and graduate students at the faculty (Diploma - Master - PhD) and first-grade students; also provides services to faculty members from outside the faculty, researchers from other universities; therefore the library seeks constantly to enrich [ ... ]

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10 Jul 2016 12:35


The library of Alexandria faculty of Medicine is located in the 6th floor of the academic building of the faculty of Medicine.
 The working hours are from 9 a.m. till 5 p.m. from Saturday to Wednesday and from 9 a.m. till 2 p.m. on Thursday.


The library and all its electronic services are free for all University members, postgraduate and undergraduate students,Unified Medical Dictionary.

The library contains more than 4500 books in all fields of Medicine, these books are very useful for undergraduate as well as post graduate students of the faculty of Medicine as well as other medical faculties as Pharmacy, Nursing, etc. You can access through our e-library.

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Computer labs:

1. Outpatient clinics: 4 labs

2. New teaching hospital:  1 laboratory

3. Information Center at patrols building: 3 labs

4. Conference Center: 2 labs

5. Shatby Hospital: 3 labs

6. El-Mowasa Hospital: 1 laboratory

7. New students’ Hospital:

Nursing Laboratories and Centers

The faculty has 11 labs and center for nursing skills education and training, equipped with modern equipment and educational equipment such as international nursing laboratories as follows:

- Two Labs for Fundamentals of nursing.

- Medical and Surgical Nursing Laboratory.

- Critical Care and Emergency Nursing Laboratory.

- Gynecology and Obstetrics Nursing.

- Babies Nursing Lab.

- Newborns Lab.

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About the Library

Faculty of Nursing library works on the development of the educational process in various areas to promote students' abilities and develop their theoretical and scientific cognitive and as its objectives is the development of the educational academicpath.

Since the establishment of the Higher Institute of Nursing in 1954, the library was established. In 1994, the Higher Institute of Nursing was converted to the Faculty of Nursing and since that time a continuous work has been done to build and develop the infrastructure for a modern library and latest technology in using the library and to be based on the basis of utilizing the latest systems (technological) to display and [ ... ]

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10 Jul 2016 12:32

Physical Education Library (Boys) plays an important and prominent role in the process of scientific research, where its activity extends for serving large numbers in various scientific specializations starting from faculty members and their auxiliary bodies, undergraduate and graduate students from faculties of Physical Education in Arab republic of Egypt and faculty staff, where the library includes all scientific disciplines and that so out of her important role in enriching the process of scientific research.


- Physical Education Library receives the largest number of researchers from inside and outside the faculty for benefit from what it contains of multiple references of high [ ... ]

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26 Dec 2015 11:00

The Faculty of Physical Education for Girls- it is an environmental educational institution, presents learning, educational and cultural requirements for students and graduates, through  a group of programs and courses, it grants a Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree, PHD in Physical Education fields.

 The faculty is a Higher Education institution  , it concerns with setting a mechanism organizing for managing and developing human resources  , to contribute effectively in presenting a graduate owned  distinguished knowledge and skills in all educational programs , search activities and social services to be able to compete on the local and national level, through the continuous improvement [ ... ]

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07 Feb 2019 11:01

Unified Directory of Graduate Studies 2019

Directory of Graduate Studies Programs at Alexandria University Faculties and Institutes

Graduate Models 

Proposal for research plan - Thesis form

Postgraduate courses for expatriates

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10 Jul 2016 12:54

Libraries are the mind of the educational institution and its memory; thus If the institution mind elevated, everything elevated, and researcher can’t provide any new unless he wasn’t aware and knowledgeable of further research and theories through research and study in order to start from where others have ended.

Library site and space:

The library is located in the third floor of the administrative building on an area of ​​35 m × 10 m which is a one room divided into three spaces (reading - hall for shelves of books and periodicals - the third hall for meetings of scientific committees and theses).

Units and shelves:

The library contains 28 tables and about 65 chairs and has been [ ... ]

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10 Jul 2016 14:00

The laboratory exists at Faculty of science in El-Shatby Building, First floor.


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Central Laboratory:

The Central Laboratory of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine exists in the ancient university hostel; about 1 km from the headquarters of the faculty, and this central laboratory is equipped with modern scientific equipment


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Library’s Message  

The message of Faculty of Engineering derive from the message of Alexandria University which is provide rich and diversified learning environment, to become a center for the quality of education and scientific research in the community, through the following: 
- Provision of information services with high quality, to achieve the university’s agenda which related to teaching, learning and research.
- The leadership of the academic community and help its members to make use of information sources and manage it also.
- To ensure the continuous improvement in the work within the library, to provide the finest services, possible information and then achieve the satisfaction [ ... ]

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10 Jul 2016 12:52

Digital Library of the Faculty of Agriculture

 Library of Faculty of Agriculture consists of the main library and other libraries, and the main library contains only on computers and information network.

Has been indexed large parts of the main library by a group of specialists who are:

1 - Hassan Ahmed Hassan.

2 - Taher Abdel Qader Ismail.

3 - Mohamed Adel Seror.

4 - Tariq Mohammed Fouad.

5 - Sameh Saad Eskander.

The number of registered on the Digital Library: -


Assistant Professor


Assistant Teacher


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10 Jul 2016 12:50

The library consists of 6 halls:

- Hall of Arabic and foreign periodicals

- Hall for library student

- Hall of foreign books

- Hall of Arabic books

- Reading Hall

- References Hall

- Hall for multimedia library

The library includes many Arabic and foreign books and periodicals and foreign Theses, in addition to 13787 Arabic and foreign bulletins and recent statistics in the agricultural field.

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Faculty Library:

Library of Faculty of Arts includes many textbooks, references and scientific journals in both Arabic and foreign languages and all of them are available to students enrolled in the faculty for borrowing. Faculty is sparing no effort to serve science and students of our brotherly Arab countries; thus the library is working on the acquisition of the latest books and scientific references whether from inside or by importing them from abroad as it includes among its holdings manuscripts.  And in order to facilitate on the professors and students; has been set up branches libraries at faculty departments and providing them by many specialized books.

library of Faculty of Arts

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Library of Faculty of Dentistry was opened in 1974.

The library aims to provide various information sources, after processing it to facilitate the maximum benefit for each of the faculty members, students and researchers.

Library sections:

Library Books:

Containing approximately 8415 book in different disciplines, and are updated references and books through book fairs.


Containing 91 periodical in various scientific disciplines until 1999 and are available through databases on Digital Library site.

Theses Library:

The library contains 1424 Thesis of MA and Ph.D. in various disciplines.

Digital Library:

Is a future management system of university libraries, which [ ... ]

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Detailed description of faculty library

The library is located at the sixth floor of the old building of the faculty, as it is a specialized scientific library, thus it contains four main departments detailed as follows:

1- Student Library Department

Contains many of scientific books for students at Faculty, as well as some ofscientific references, periodicals and photocopier of the library which cover an area of 120 m x 12 m (144 Square meters)

 2- Professor Library Department

 Containing scientific books for faculty members, researchers from inside and outside the faculty and graduate students, which cover an area of 10.5 m x 8 m (84 square meters).

 3- Management Department

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Faculty library

Library is an important part of the administrative body at the Faculty, and its primary objective to provide library services to the faculty community and other faculties, students of graduate studies, faculty and staff in the faculty. This is an acquisition process for library components from books, periodicals, letters, conferences and references by two ways: the manual method and the automated way.

 Data of library

Library space Library building is an independent building, consists of:

Firstly: Ground floor: Library of Graduate studies: It consists of a number (4) Halls - Hall of references, dictionaries, public services (Arab and foreign), as well as staff offices (17:00 [ ... ]

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10 Jul 2016 12:48

Faculty libraries consist of:   Firstly: Main Library (Moharram Bek)

Consists of two floors - the first floor has several halls: A. Students Hall: has open shelves, which contain:

- Books of Biochemistry Department and contains 3381 books. - Books of Zoology Department and contains 1909 books. - Books of Biotechnology Department and contains 3483 books. - Books of Botany Department and contains 2567 books. - Books of Geology Department and contains 2579 books. - Theses Hall and contains 4598 theses.   B. Upper floor halls at the Main Library:

It is divided into two parts; one for periodicals & research, and the other has departments of Mathematics and Computer Science, which [ ... ]

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10 Jul 2016 12:43

Faculty library is working hard to provide all library services for professors, students and researchers represented in books, periodicals and audio-visual theses, in line with the scientific departments of the faculty, also the faculty library tracking systems and technical procedures.


Supplying System at the library

 Is allocated annually amount to buy new contents from books that serve the educational process at the faculty in addition to special collection of books in foreign languages that taught at the faculty, and some books that received by the Library as a gift from some libraries inside and outside the university.


Cataloging system and classification

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10 Jul 2016 12:47

Digital Library of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

Library of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine was established in 1975 to include a small number of scientific books, references in addition to theses as a gift, and this for the service of students and faculty members at the faculty..... And its role began increasing day after day through the development and modernization of the library to keep pace with scientific developments of information technology in modern era.

Then the library became within the system of digital libraries of Alexandria University, which is within the system of digital libraries of the Supreme Council of Universities and through data entry of books, scientific references and [ ... ]

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10 Jul 2016 12:41


Firstly: Main Library:

Main Library activities:


Includes the purchase of books with faculty members, under the supervision of Prof.Dr. / Vice Dean for Graduate Studies and Research, and includes detailed lists of publishers and requested books for the library, where the library dedicate books needed by faculty members and students, taking into account that it must arrive before the beginning of the academic year to serve the educational process.

And also the library provides its branches with books, references, periodicals and encyclopedias.


Includes each type of information, periodicals, theses and preparation, processing and using retaining files of authors name, [ ... ]

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10 Jul 2016 12:53

Alexandria University

Faculty of Specific Education

Library Department


About the Library


- Library of the Faculty of Specific Education is located in the first floor of the faculty's administration building

- The library consists of two halls (reading hall – graduate studies hall).

- The library contains collections of Arabic and English books, in addition to dictionaries, encyclopedias andperiodicals   


Library sections


-      Section for Artistic Education

-      Section for Musical Education

-      Section of social and psychological sciences.

-      Home economic collections sections

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Registration requirements:

It is required for student's registration to obtain Master's degree of Interior Architecture in addition to the conditions contained in Article (5) that:

Student must have obtained a bachelor's degree in Fine Arts or corresponding disciplines in other colleges from one of the universities or institutes recognized by the Supreme Council of Universities with a grade of at least good (C +). Faculty Board can accept student's registration who has obtained a Bachelor's degree in a different specialization up on a proposal from Department Board after passing a number of supplementary courses of Bachelor's level which the department considers important. This should be [ ... ]

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26 Dec 2015 12:01
New Distinct Programs

Programs of Faculty of Science - Petroleum Geology Program

Programs of Faculty of Science - Industrial Microbiology & Applied Chemistry IMAC

Programs of Faculty of Agriculture - Master's program in "Water Resources and Environmental Management"

Programs of Faculty of Dentistry - Program Specification

Programs of Faculty of Medicine–Program of medicine and surgery in French Language 

Programs of Faculty of Medicine–Program of medicine and surgery in English Language (International Education) for Graduate Studies

Programs of Dentistry - Dental Surgery program (Credit hours)

Programs of Faculty of Pharmacy - Clinical Pharmacy Program

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29 Jul 2016 14:16


Alexandria University Council agreed at its meeting held on Tuesday, July 26, 2016, headed by Dr. Rushdi Zahran, president of the university, to approve a new Master's degree in "techniques and materials of renewable energy" - credit hours system at the Institute of Graduate Studies and Research.

In another context, the university president praised the experience of the Faculty of Science in the application of solar-lights, and called for the dissemination of this experience at faculties and institutes of the university to provide electrical power

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               Faculty of Arts                    BA in fourteen disciplines – Diploma in six disciplines               Faculty of Law Bachelor of law (L.L.B) Diploma in the field of (Public law, Private law, Economics and Public Finace, Administrative sciences, Islamic law, Fiscal & tax low, criminal law ) Master of law (L.L.M) Doctorate of law (L.L.D)

Master of International Business Law from the Faculty of Law, University of Indiana

 Faculty of Engineering

Bachelor of Science [ ... ]

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26 Dec 2015 12:04

Open Education system provides opportunity to achieve the aspirations of many students who wish to develop their cultural and educational level. Open learning system is based on the principle of freedom of choice and continuing education in the selection of training programs and courses at the appropriate time and place.

Conditions of registration in open Education 

- Student must have obtained high school or Al Azhar  secondary school or equivalent Arab or foreign secondary schools; as well as technical secondary schools with a condition of passing a period of  five years at least from the date of obtaining the certificate except university certificate.     

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Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Level 4

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Council of Open Education Unit decided in its session held on February 8, 2012 to open the door for acceptance of a new batch of holders of General Certificate of Secondary Education and equivalent from technical diplomas, and is required 5 years for admission after obtaining the qualification.

For those interested in applying, please fill out the attached form and choose the second foreign language, as of March 1, 2012 for a period of 15 days.

Noting that the start of the second semester for open education start as of March 17, 2013 and the deadline for the payment of tuition fees May 31, 2012.

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11 Jul 2016 11:05

Alexandria petroleum Geology program is the first new program at the Faculty of Science - Alexandria University, and has been added the program within the Bylaws of the Faculty of Science and according to the Ministerial Decree No. 2805 dated 16/10/2007, according to the credit hours system.



Alexandria petroleum Geology program (APGP) aim to provide high level of education in the field of geology and geophysics of oil and supply of labor market with distinct graduates characterized by their ability to think and innovate and communicate with groups working in this area and in light of the urgent need for the labor market to hire graduates with a high level of skill and proficiency [ ... ]

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26 Dec 2015 11:54
Post Graduate Programs

General rules for Graduate Studies at Alexandria University Faculty of Dentistry Faculty of Science Institute of Graduate Studies and Research faculty of Agriculture Faculty of Agriculture (Saba Basha) Faculty of Arts Faculty of Commerce Faculty of Education Faculty of Engineering faculty of fine Arts Faculty of Kindergarten Faculty of Law Faculty of Medicine Faculty of Nursing Faculty of Pharmacy Faculty of Physical Education for Girls Faculty of Physical Education for Men Faculty of Specific Education Faculty of Tourism and Hotels Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Medical Research Institute Higher Institute of Public Health programs    

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Programs & Courses

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Industrial Microbiology&Applied Chemistry


The Faculty of Science, Alexandria University aspires to be a leading institution in teaching and research for basic and applied sciences for serving the community and to be a center of excellence, locally and regionally.

IMAC is a B.Sc. Program that focuses on achieving national, regional and international distinction. IMAC is a high quality undergraduate program that maximizes the students’ abilities to pursue their goals, by being socially responsible and globally aware self- learners

IMAC aims to integrate educational resources across the participation of Microbiology and Chemistry staff members and Industry Experts to train talented [ ... ]

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1- Never count general science course or Arabic language, religion or physical education or military science materials within the core or elective courses unless it isn't mentioned in the admission rules of all certificates described after.

2- The need to obtain a certificate of completion of basic education (prep) or its equivalent and must be passed three years after obtained.

3- Exempt students who are studying in a foreign country in where study duration is eleven years, and has been equivalent its final certificates with Egyptian high school certificate, provided passing three years after the date of obtaining the certificate of completion basic education or its equivalent (that is, those [ ... ]

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12 Jul 2017 08:21
Scientific Laboratories & Equipment Unit of Alexandria University

The Supreme Council of Universities in 28-2-2015 approved the establishment of a special unit in all universities under the name of Scientific Laboratories and Equipment Unit. The new unit is headed by one of faculty members and is linked to the National Bank for Scientific Laboratories and Equipment. It is reporting to the university vice-president for Graduate Studies and Research in each university. The Laboratories and Scientific Equipment Unit of Alexandria University was established in November 2016. The unit is following the National Bank for Scientific Laboratories and Equipment, which in turn is reporting to the Electronic Services Center in the Supreme Council of Universities. The [ ... ]

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13 Jul 2017 13:58

The National Bank for Scientific Laboratories and Equipment in Egyptian universities

The Supreme Council of Universities issued a decision in 15-12-2014 to assign Prof. Dr. Tarif Shawki the Vice President of Beni Suef University for Graduate Studies and Research to lead work committee to establish the National Bank for Scientific Laboratories and Equipment inside Egyptian universities as a new affiliate of the Supreme Council of Universities. The committee was composed of a number of specialists from the Electronic and Knowledge Service Center of the Supreme Council of Universities, in addition to one professor from every Egyptian university as a representative in the Bank. The National Bank [ ... ]

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26 Dec 2015 12:12

 Faculty of engineering

 Faculty of Nursing

 Faculty of Agriculture

 Faculty of Sciences

 Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

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