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Dr. Sedeek Abdul Salam, Vice President of Alexandria University for Graduate Studies and Research pointed to the statement of the Supreme Council of Universities on scholarships provided by the Czech government; note that the deadline to apply is September 30, 2016.

Abdul Salam" said that the Czech government granted the Arab Republic of Egypt 3 scientific grants in the following disciplines:

(Economy - Commerce - Computers and information - Agriculture - Energetics – Environment)

For more information and registration, please visit the following link:

http://registr.dzs.cz/registr.nsf

 

 

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For the past decade, addressing Societal Challenges has been always the core of EU-Egypt Cooperation in Higher Education and Scientific Research. The EU-Egypt Higher Education, Research and Innovation Road-Show is a new initiative that aims at stepping up the collaboration between the EU and Egypt through enhancing Higher Education, Research and Innovation partnership. The Roadshow is designed to showcase results and promote EU Funding Programmes with special focus on Horizon 2020 and ERASMUS+ calls as well as highlight other bilateral agreements and initiatives with the EU countries.

 

EU-Egypt Higher Education, Research and Innovation Roadshow is an initiative under the patronage of H.E. Prof. Dr. Ashraf El Shihy, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research and H.E. Ambassador James Moran, Head of the European Union Delegation to Egypt.

 

On this occasion, the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research in collaboration with the European Commissionare cordially inviting you to the

 

 

1st Information Session of the 

EU-Egypt Higher Education, Research and Innovation Roadshow

on the 4th of May 2016 at Alexandria University

Faculty of Medicine Conference Centre – VIP Small Hall

From 10:00 – 16:00

 

 

 

 

Dr. Sedeek Abdul Salam, Vice President of Alexandria University for Graduate Studies and Research, announced for scholarships from the Shanghai government for graduate students.

In the following areas:

- Renewable energy

- Sustainable food production

- Sustainable management of water and health care

Those wishing to apply for these grants through the following link:

http://www.studyshanghai.org/controller.asp?action=ScholarShip_2_en

http://www.study-shanghai.org/Scholarship_en.asp

Abdul Salam" added that the Tongji University launches scholarships in the specialty of traffic safety, which cover living expenses and study completely.

You can get a form of the information through the following link:

http://www.csc.edu.cn/studyinchina/scholarshipdetailen.aspx?cid=97&id=2070

Pointing out that the Mission and Structure of the Office of Management and Budget shall not bear any costs for these scholarships