Under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Essam Elkordi- President of Alamein International University and Prof. Dr. Hesham Gaber- Vice President of the University for Academic Affairs , and in the presence of Prof. Dr. Ayman El-Baz, Head of the Department of Bio-engineering at the University of Louisville and a member of the University’s Board of Trustees, Alamein International University celebrated honoring its students who spent 3 months of summer training at the University of Louisville within the cooperation agreement concluded between Alamein International University and the University of Louisville, and those are:
- Moamen Ayman Mohamed – Student at Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering
- Khaled Baha-elddin Ahmed – Student at Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering
- Abdul Rahman Namir Ahmed – Student at Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering
- Yasmine Mahmoud Ahmed Al-Sabban – Student at Faculty of Pharmacy
During the ceremony, it was also announced that application for summer training scholarships at the American University of Louisville is now open for students of Alamein International University for the current academic year ( 7 scholarships ). In addition a full explanation of the scholarship application system was provided, as well as the requirements for obtaining the scholarship.
Also, during the celebration, certificates were handed over to students who finished courses on “Coursera” platform, in the presence of Prof. Dr. Mustafa ElNainay- Dean of the Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering, and the deans of Faculties and program directors at the university.
It is worth noting that there is an agreement signed between Alamein International University and “Coursera” platform, which is one of the largest online learning platforms in the world, providing more than 4,500 courses, 355 majors, and 1,000 directed projects from more than 170 leading companies and universities around the world, including: premium courses from companies such as Google, Facebook, Boston Consulting Group (BCG), IBM, and Microsoft.