NRU MGSU and Ain Shams University (Egypt) have signed a Cooperation Agreement
On October 24, 2017, Prof. Dr A.A. Volkov, Rector, NRU MGSU, and Prof. Dr Abdelwahab Mohamed Ezzat Abdelwahab Abuali, Rector, Ain Shams University, signed a cooperation agreement between the universities. The cooperation between the universities was initiated in the April of 2017 within the framework of the international projects, implemented by the State Atomic Energy Corporation ROSATOM (“ROSATOM”). NRU MGSU is a member university of the consortium of the flagship universities, established by ROSATOM. The university trains specialists who will implement ROSATOM’s international projects. Following the visits to the partner countries, paid by the delegation, composed of the ROSATOM specialists and representatives of the Russian universities, NRU MGSU established cooperation with the leading universities of Egypt and Jordan.
The universities collaborate in the training of foreign specialists who will make their contribution to the construction of atomic power stations in these countries. E.S. Gogina, Vice-Rector, N.V.Samotesova, Head of Department for Coordination of International Cooperation, K.Yu. Okhotnikova, Head of Department for Development and Organization of International Cooperation, NRU MGSU, and V.V. Mitinskaya, representative of ROSATOM, attended the ceremony, marking the signing of the Cooperation Agreement between NRU MGSU and Ain Shams University, and participated in the discussion of the joint plan of actions. The foreign delegation was composed of Prof. Dr Nona Fouad Hassan Mohamed, Dean, Faculty of Languages, Dr Mohamed Sherif Alkotb Mohamed Ahmed, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Science, and Dr Esraa Abdelsayed Hassan Mohamed, Professor, Faculty of Languages.
The Cooperation Agreement between the universities contemplates the development and implementation of joint educational programmes, high-quality training, professional development and advanced vocational training of specialists at both universities, as well as the implementation of international academic mobility programmes and the exchange of professors and lecturers. The signing of the Cooperation Agreement serves as the starting point for a new mutually beneficial union between the two universities. They will navigate towards a common goal or the development of international relations.