The Postgraduate Studies and Research Council of Alexandria University met on the morning of Tuesday the 23rd of May 2023 headed by Dr. Ashraf El-Ghandour, Vice President for Graduate Studies and Research. The council discussed the tasks of the International Scientific Publishing Centre, which was inaugurated yesterday, as El-Ghandour stressed that the opening of the centre is an important step towards the globalization that Alexandria University seeks to reach, and to contribute to raising the ranking of Alexandria University in all international classifications, as well as supporting and honouring researchers with distinguished research. He added that three workshops will be held in the field of international publishing over three Consecutive days, starting from Sunday the 11th of June 2023. They are directed to the medical, science, engineering, agricultural, and humanities sectors. El-Ghandour said that the centre will also hold training courses for researchers, pointing to the update of the scientific publishing site on the university's website. He called on all researchers to enter the scientific publishing site to get acquainted with everything new regarding the rules of scientific publishing.
- The Council also approved the memorandum of understanding between the University of South Ural in Russia and the Faculty of Agriculture, Alexandria University, in the field of functional foods and nutrition. The council approved the renewal of the memorandum of understanding between Northern Illinois University in the USA and Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University, the renewal of the memorandum of understanding between Alexandria University and Moi University in Kenya, and the memorandum of understanding between Alexandria University and the Faculty of Nursing at University of Mosul in Iraq. The council also approved the student exchange agreement between Alexandria University and Shanghai University for International Studies, and the proposed agreement to establish and operate the King Sunjong Institute between Alexandria University and the Korean Cultural Centre in Egypt.