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Dr. Abdelaziz Konsowa, President of Alexandria University, announced that the university is among the top 6% of the world’s universities in the Spanish Webometrics assessment for the year 2022, advancing 32 global centers from last year, which confirms that Alexandria University’s presence on the global map, and its efforts In the expansion of international partnerships and programs in cooperation with major international universities in many disciplines, and their interest in the specializations of future jobs and the development of programs in line with global trends towards emerging technology, the university president added that Alexandria University, according to this assessment, ranked second at the level of Egyptian universities, and sixth rank. At the level of 1,346 Arab universities, ranked seventh at the level of 2049 African universities, and ranked 731 at the level of 11,998 international universities.




In light of the joint cooperation between Alexandria University, the International University of El Alamein and the American University of Louisville, 6 students from Alexandria University were granted a training grant in the summer of 2022 for a period of three months at the American University of Louisville, provided that the funding will be entirely by the University of Louisville with the University of Alexandria bearing the travel expenses.
This comes within the framework of fruitful cooperation and signed agreements, including the 2+2 program between Louisville University and 6 prestigious Egyptian universities (Alexandria University, El Alamein International University, Mansoura University, Assiut University, Benha University and Helwan University).




Under the patronage of Dr. Abdelaziz Konsowa, President of Alexandria University, and under the supervision of Dr. Mohamed Abdel Azim Abul Naga, Acting Vice President for Community Service and Environmental Development, the Faculty of Economic Studies and Political Science held its fifth scientific conference headed by Dr. Ahmed Wahban, Dean of the Faculty, Dr. Osama Al-Adly and Dr. Sherine Nassir As Vice-Presidents, and Dr. Nabil Salah Al-Arabi, rapporteur of the conference, in the large and small conference rooms in the faculty building.
Dr. Ahmed Wahban, Dean of the faculty, indicated that the conference discussed economic and political issues during its sessions, as it discussed on the economic side the issue of “digital transformation in light of the global pandemic, opportunities and challenges” and related issues, such as the Corona pandemic and the overlap between them, the issue of e-learning, the digital divide and ways to confront it, The conference also discussed the development and future of the digital economy in Egypt, the ethics of the digital economy, and discussed some aspects related to the Corona pandemic, such as its impact on the tourism sector in Egypt, and the impact of Corona on digital transformation and e-commerce, while addressing the role of financial technology in reducing the digital divide between rural and urban in Egypt. On the political side, the Dean of the College indicated that the conference discussed the topic of “The World Twenty Years After the September 11th events,” as it touched upon many topics related to the changes that international politics witnessed during the twenty years, such as the growing international interest in the idea of ​​the war on terrorism, and the decline in ideas and endeavors Globalization and democratization with the flourishing of populist ideas and systems, the growth of Islamophobia ideas, and the formation of a new international format that includes, along with the United States, There are two other polar powers, the Russian Federation and China, with some important changes at the level of international law in light of the decline in the concept of sovereignty, as many types of interference in the internal affairs of countries have emerged, such as international humanitarian intervention, international intervention to combat terrorism, and international intervention to disarm weapons of mass destruction. .and others.
The conference included five sessions, during which 22 papers were presented on the political and economic axes, with the participation of researchers from several Egyptian and Arab universities, namely Alexandria, Cairo, Zayed Emirates, Suez, Damanhour and 6th of October, in addition to researchers representing the Maat Center for Development, Democracy and Human Rights, and the Dialogue Center for Political and Media Studies.




Under the patronage of Dr. Abdelaziz Konsowa, President of Alexandria University, and Dr. Wael Nabil, Vice President for Education and Student Affairs, the Faculty of Physical Education for Girls organized the first student conference for the faculties of Alexandria University under the title “Reality Challenges and Future Prospects.. Create.. Go.. Distinguish.” In the presence of faculty members and university students.
Dr. Maha Amin, Dean of the Faculty and President of the Conference, indicated that Alexandria University students participate in the conference with ideas and research, explaining that the conference was prepared based on the university’s belief in the creative abilities within each student, and the need to focus on, motivate and refine these capabilities, encourage students, support them continuously and integrate them In various societal activities for the development and development of society, it also confirmed the college’s intention to continue holding this conference annually in support of our students and to show the work of researchers and present it in a manner befitting the history and heritage of Alexandria University.
Dr. Donia Adel Abdel Aziz, Vice Dean for Education and Student Affairs, indicated that the conference was based on Egypt’s vision (2030) and the national youth conferences under the auspices of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, which focused on the education system and its development to keep pace with technological innovations, adding that Alexandria University and the Faculty of Physical Education for Girls are supportive of university students Believing that creativity and innovation are the nucleus of scientific progress and development in all fields, which will only be achieved through the launch and support of young people, and indicated that this conference aims to provide an opportunity for all students of Alexandria University faculties to present projects, research, creative ideas and their pioneering initiatives through its various axes to reach capable students. To compete and excel, and to set out to create a conscious and educated generation that keeps pace with the challenges and difficulties of the labor market.
The conference included a presentation of distinguished student research and projects for participating students at the university, followed by an exhibition of student products, and the distribution of certificates and shields. The conference sessions discussed important topics about future jobs and challenges of human resources under artificial intelligence, the challenges of current difficulties in various fields and creative solutions to them, and the challenges expected in the future in The global trend towards digital transformation, modern innovations for sustainable development in various fields, future jobs and human resource challenges under artificial intelligence.
The sessions were attended by Dr. Yousry El-Gamal, the former Minister of Education, Dr. Hania El-Kashef, full-time professor and former dean of the faculty, Dr. Ihab Mohamed Fawzy, professor at the Faculty of Physical Education, Tanta University, Dr. Ghada El-Khayat, Head of Information Systems Department at the Faculty of Commerce, and Dr. Sameh Fawzy Nakhleh, Executive Director of the Measurement Center The calendar, Alexandria University.






Dr. Ashraf Elghandour, Vice President of Alexandria University for Graduate Studies and Research Affairs, received  Wednesday, 3/30/2022, a delegation from Piraeus University in Greece, in the presence of Dr. Abeer Attia, Dean of Tourism and Hotels, and Dr. Rasha Al-Shenety, Director of the Project Management Unit at the university. And Dr. Dina Ezz, Professor at the Faculty of Tourism and Hotels.
In his speech, Dr. Ashraf Al-Ghandour stressed that this visit comes in order to support international cooperation and open horizons for partnership with universities and international research and educational institutions, and to activate research and educational cooperation activities between Alexandria University and Greek universities through granting the exchange of faculty members and the supporting body funded by the European Union.
While the delegation welcomed cooperation with Alexandria University as it is one of the leading universities in the Middle East, the delegation affirmed Greece's aspiration to increase scientific and academic cooperation between Alexandria University and Greek universities during the coming period.