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Type: Private Institution
Motto: The people make the place
Established: 2006
No of Students: 5,000
President: Dr. Ebada Sarhan
Campuses: New Cairo City
Website: https://www.fue.edu.eg/
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Future University in Egypt is a private university located in Cairo, Egypt. Future University was founded in 2006 by Presidential decree, making it one of the newest private universities in Egypt. Future University is dedicated to excellence in teaching, research and service. The university owes its existence to Dr Hassan Azazy, a lifelong educator and visionary who left a mark on Egyptian education; he served as the first Chairman of the Boar.. more

Future University in Egypt is a private university located in Cairo, Egypt. Future University was founded in 2006 by Presidential decree, making it one of the newest private universities in Egypt. Future University is dedicated to excellence in teaching, research and service. The university owes its existence to Dr Hassan Azazy, a lifelong educator and visionary who left a mark on Egyptian education; he served as the first Chairman of the Board of Trustees. The university counts a campus in New Cairo City, comprising 6 faculties.

Future University in Egypt has signed many academic cooperation agreements with some of the most distinguished universities in the world, agreements ranging from faculty and student exchange to mutual accreditation of degrees, as well as continuing education and distance learning. It also has partnerships with various corporations in order to provide its students with hands-on experience and workplace opportunities. These partnerships include agreements with companies involved in IT, the automobile industry and manufacturing, as well as electrical equipment. The university is home to over 5000 students and over 600 teaching staff.

The university prides itself in providing students with exceptional facilities that ensure a comfortable and inspiring academic atmosphere. Characterised by impressive architectural designs, the facilities at Future University are equipped with modern amenities that comprise a complete state-of-the-art learning environment. From a world-class dental hospital and pharmaceutical factory to a fully equipped library, with electronic research capability, the university has spared no cost or effort to provide the best facilities in its commitment to support services for students. The university provides comfortable and convenient accommodation, which allows students to concentrate on their challenging studies without any distractions. It also offers a modern fleet of buses for the safety and comfort of the university community.

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Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences & Pharmaceutical Industries

Undergraduate Studies

  • Department of Microbiology and Immunology
  • Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  • Department of Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology
  • Department of Pharmacy Practice and Clinical Pharm.. more

Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences & Pharmaceutical Industries

Undergraduate Studies

  • Department of Microbiology and Immunology
  • Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  • Department of Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology
  • Department of Pharmacy Practice and Clinical Pharmacy
  • Department of Pharmacognosy and Medicinal Plants
  • Department of Pharmacology, Toxicology and Biochemistry

Postgraduate Studies

  • Department of Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology
  • Department of Medicinal Chemistry
  • Department of Pharmaceutical Analytical Chemistry

Faculty of Oral & Dental Medicine

Undergraduate Studies

  • Department of Oral Biology and Oral Pathology
  • Department of Prosthodontics
  • Department of Conservative Dentistry
  • Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Department of Orthodontics and Pedodontics
  • Department of Oral Medicine, Periodontology, Diagnosis and Oral Radiology
  • Department of Supplementary General Sciences

Postgraduate Studies

  • Department of Prosthetic Dentistry
  • Department of Fixed Prosthodontics
  • Department of Operative Dentistry
  • Department of Properties of biomaterials
  • Department of Pedodontics
  • Department of Public Health & Community Dentistry Dental
  • Department of Endodontics
  • Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Department of Orthodontics

Faculty of Engineering & Technology

  • Department of Architectural Engineering
  • Department of Biomedical Engineering
  • Department of Electrical Engineering
  • Department of Mechanical Engineering
  • Department of Engineering Mathematics and Physics
  • Department of Petroleum Engineering
  • Department of Structural Engineering and Construction Management

Faculty of Economics & Political Science

  • Department of Economics
  • Department of Political Science
  • Department of Public Administration
  • Department of Political Mass Media

Faculty of Computers & Information Technology

  • Department of Computer Science
  • Department of Information Systems
  • Department of Digital Media Technology

Faculty of Commerce & Business Administration

Majors:

  • Accounting
  • Marketing
  • Finance
  • Human Resources Management
  • Management Information Systems

English Language Department

  • Academic English Language Programme (AELP)
  • General English Language Programme (GELP)
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UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Future University in Egypt welcomes applications for undergraduate degrees for both the Fall and Spring Semesters. Students are eligible to apply through any of the following methods:

Early Admissions
Because of the limited number of students admitted to Future University in Egypt, students in their final .. more

UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Future University in Egypt welcomes applications for undergraduate degrees for both the Fall and Spring Semesters. Students are eligible to apply through any of the following methods:

Early Admissions
Because of the limited number of students admitted to Future University in Egypt, students in their final secondary school year are encouraged to apply for an early admission. This reserves a place at Future University in Egypt as early as ten days after receiving secondary school results. Students must fulfill all secondary school graduation requirements and meet all the University’s admission requirements for final admission.

Regular Admissions
All students are welcome to apply through the regular admission process. Non-Egyptian, or Egyptian students with international certificates, whose exam results are announced late, will be permitted to apply after the regular admission deadline, depending on the dates of their examination results. However, it is advised that these students reserve a place through early admission. For deadlines and procedures, please refer to the Admissions Office.

Acceptance Criteria
The University accepts students holding the following certificates:

  • The Egyptian General Secondary Certificate of Education (Thanawiya Amma) (Arts, Math or Sciences) and the Thanawiya Amma from other Arab countries.
  • The American High School Diploma.
  • The French Secondary School Certificate (Baccalauréat de L’Enseignement Secondaire) .
  • The German Secondary School Certificate (Abitur).
  • The British Secondary School Certificates (IGCSE, GCSE, ASL or AL.)
  • The International Baccalaureate.
  • Canadian High School Diploma.

Application Requirements
The University’s admission requirements comply fully with the regulations established by the Egyptian Council of Private Universities (CPU). Applicants must have attained the Egyptian Secondary School General Certificate (Thanawiya Amma) or approved equivalent certificates (see above).

Cambridge English Placement Test
All new students applying for admission to the University must sit for the Cambridge English Placement Test (CEPT). Students will be placed in an English language course according to their scores. Students should be aware that the English Placement Test is a provisional assessment.

Required General Documents

  • Original Secondary school certificate(s). (Certified photocopies are not accepted)
  • Original birth certificate
  • Copy of national ID (Egyptian students only) or Passport
  • A photocopy of legal guardian’s national ID or passport
  • New Twelve passport-size photos with white background
  • Proof of twelve years of schooling has been required since 2010. Three of the years must be completed after Preparatory School Certificate (Grade 9). If the schooling has been undertaken in a foreign country, the stamp of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Cairo is required along with the school stamp, the stamp of the educational zone, and the stamp of the Egyptian Embassy in that foreign country.
  • Military form Istimara 2, 6 Gond (Egyptian males only)
  • Official university transcript with stamped course description (Transfer applicants only).

The University will not be held responsible for the registration of students with missing original documents submitted after the announced deadlines.

Equivalent School Certificate Requirement

British Secondary School Certificate (IGCSE,GCSE, ASL or AL)

  • The official transcript must include a minimum of eight IGSCE/GCSE Ordinary Level (OL) subjects.
  • The Faculties of Engineering and Informatics and Computer Science require one ‘AS’ Level or an ‘A’ Level in mathematics.

The maximum number of ‘AS’ Level or ‘A’ Level subjects that are counted are:

  • Two ‘A’ Level subjects or
  • Four ‘AS’ Level subjects or
  • One ‘A’ Level subject and two ‘AS’ Level subjects.

Note: General Science, Physical Education, Military Sciences, Music, Classical Arabic, and Arabic as a Second Language are not accepted as one of the eight required subjects for admission.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. Certificates of completion of eight OL subjects with a minimum grade of C or seven subjects at OL at a minimum grade of C plus one subject at AL or ASL with a minimum grade of D.

2. IGCSE slips that must be stamped and verified by the British Council only (No other stamp can replace the British Council stamp) and certified by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Cairo.

3. Preparatory Certificate, or other proof of nine years of education, stamped by the school, and certified by the educational zone to which the school belongs, If the verification of twelve years of schooling is obtained from a foreign country, the stamp of the Egyptian embassy in that country is required and the stamp of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Cairo  in addition to the stamp of the General Directorate for Examinations.

American High School Diploma

  • The official transcript must include eight subjects of at least one credit each.
  • A maximum of four subjects must have been passed in Grade 12 and a maximum of two subjects may have been passed in Grade 10.
  • SAT I with a minimum score of 800.
  • SAT II with a minimum score of 900 is optional.

The applicant must provide the following:

  • Final high school transcript stamped by the school and certified by the Egyptian Embassy or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Cairo.
  • The official transcript must show a minimum of eight courses (one credit each), including the qualifying subjects for a chosen faculty.
  • Diploma stamped by the school (Relevant US institution) and certified by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Cairo and for Egyptian schools must be stamp from the General Directorate for Examinations.
  • Official SAT I scores stamped by AMID-EAST and foreign affairs.
  • Preparatory Certificate and evidence that the student has attended three years of schooling after grade 10 or comparable proof of 12 years of schooling.
  • An accreditation letter from AMID-EAST is required for an American Diploma obtained from any country other than Egypt or the US.
  • SAT I with minimum score of 800 (new system).
  • SAT II is optional with a minimum score of 900.

German Abitur

  • Grade 12 must have been completed.
  • The official transcript must include seven subjects, one of which is English language, with a minimum score of 3.

Canadian High School Diploma

  • The official transcript must include eight subjects with a maximum of three subjects passed in Grade 11 and the remainder passed in Grade 12.
  • SAT II with a minimum score of 900 is optional.

The French Secondary School (Baccalauréat de l’Enseignement Secondaire)

  • The official transcript must include seven subjects, one of which is English language.
  • Applicants must submit the certificate showing scores obtained (at least the minimum pass rate) and must satisfy the qualifying subjects required by each faculty. Applications will be processed according to the University’s general admission evaluation criteria.

International Baccalaureate (IB)

  • The official transcript must include six subjects, one of which is English language.
  • Applicants must have completed and satisfied the general requirements of the Baccalaureate. The applicant must also have obtained the qualifying subjects for admission to the University’s various faculties.
  • “The Extended Essay” and “Theory of Knowledge” must have been completed (not counted as one of the six subjects) with a minimum of twenty-four points.

Other Foreign Certificates
Future University accepts other equivalent secondary school certificates accredited by The Supreme Council of Egyptian Universities and other relevant authorities. Please contact the  niversity Admissions Office for any related inquiries.

Faculty Subject Requirements
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences & Pharmaceutical Industries, Faculty of Oral & Dental Medicine:

  • English language or English literature
  • Mathematics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Physics
  • Any three additional subjects

Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Faculty of Computers and Information Technology:

  • English language or English literature
  • Mathematics
  • Advanced mathematics
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Any four additional subjects

Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration and Faculty of Economics and Political Science:

  • English language or English literature
  • Five Basic subjects, selected from economics, business studies, French, German, mathematics, sociology, psychology, consumer mathematics, accounting, statistics, chemistry, physics, biology, geography, global studies, history, philosophy, logic, social studies, U.S. government, and computer studies.
  • Any additional two other subjects.

English Placement Test
All new students applying for admission to the University must sit for the English Placement Test (EPT). Students will be placed in an English language course according to their scores. Students should be aware that the English Placement Test (EPT) is a provisional assessment only, and students may be asked to move up or down a level at the discretion of an instructor.

Students holding a valid international TOEFL certificate with an equivalent score of 550 and above are exempt from the EPT.

Requirements for Transfer Students

Transfer from other universities

  • Transfer students must fulfill FUE admission requirements, including having attained the High School Certificate with a score complying with the regulations of the Supreme Council of Egyptian Private Universities for the year during which the certificate was obtained.
  • Students must submit official transcripts of completed courses taken at an accredited university, with detailed course descriptions and verification of the credit hours and grades achieved.
  • Upon final acceptance at FUE, students will be requested to submit a letter from their previous university confirming their withdrawal.
  • Courses that are to be transferred must be substantially the same in both content and quality to the FUE courses, subject to the approval of the Ministry of Higher Education.

Transferring from one FUE Faculty to Another

  • Transfer from any FUE faculty to another is available only within the first two weeks of the semester during the Drop/Add period.
  • Students who wish to transfer from one faculty to another must obtain the approval of both the Dean and the academic advisor. The student’s score should be compatible with the score required by the faculty he or she wants to join.

 

POSTGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

M.SC Pharmaceutical Sciences & Pharmaceutical Industries

In addition to the minimum requirements, mentioned page (1), applicants to M. Sc. degrees should meet the following program requirements:

  • They should be holders of Baccalaureates in Pharmaceutical Sciences (B. Ph. Sc.) with a minimum grade “Good” from any Faculty of Pharmacy affiliated to the EU or an equivalent degree granted by any institute recognized by the SCU. In addition to a minimum average grade “Very Good” in the undergraduate courses related to the area of specialization as determined by the concerned Departmental Board.
  • The Faculty Board, relying on Departmental Boards recommendations, may admit to the program holders of B. Ph. Sc. with grade “Acceptable” if they have successfully achieved a specialized Diploma with a final grade “Very Good” at any Faculty of Pharmacy affiliated to the EU or an equivalent degree granted by any institute recognized by the SCU.
  • The student should present the TOEFL certificate with a grade not less than 450, PET, IELTS, or any other international certificates. Also, the student should present his/her ICDL certificate.
  • The applicant should be wholly engaged in his study for a minimum of 2 days / week for 2 years.

M.SC Oral & Dental Medicine

  • Applicants shall have obtained a bachelor’s degree in oral and dental medicine from one of the faculties of dentistry in Egypt or an equivalent certificate from the Supreme Council of Universities with the minimum grade of “Good” as an accumulated grade. They shall also have been awarded the grade “Good” in the subject of desired specialization. Students, who have only obtained diplomas in the grade “Good” in the accumulated grade and “Very good” in their subject of specialization, may be accepted to study in the university.
  • The same criteria shall apply to students wishing to join departments for an academic qualification.
    • Those wishing to study for a master’s in pathology and oral biology must have a diploma in oral medicine and periodontics
    • Those wishing to study for a master’s in biomaterials must have a diploma in prosthetic dentistry or operative dentistry, or endodontics.
  • Applicants shall have at least two years of experience since graduation, including the obligatory year of training (Internship)
  • The agreement of the employer to let the applicant join for studying the master’s degree
  • The acceptance of the specialty department board.
  • An application including all the documents mentioned therein on behalf of the dean of the faculty within the period from the first of July until the end of the year in which a student wishes to apply. No exceptions are accepted after this date. For foreign students, the applicable rules of the Supreme Council of Universities apply.
  • The student should not be registered in any grade of graduate studies.

Application is done online by accessing the application portal available on the university’s website.

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Cairo, known in Arabic as Al-Qāhirah (The Victorious), is the capital of Egypt and one of the largest cities in Africa. The city is more than 1,000 years old, existing on the banks of the Nile throughout all that time. It is the gateway to the Nile delta, where the lower Nile separates into the Rosetta and Damietta branches. The City was founded by the Fatimid Dynasty in 969 AD and has survive.. more

Cairo, known in Arabic as Al-Qāhirah (The Victorious), is the capital of Egypt and one of the largest cities in Africa. The city is more than 1,000 years old, existing on the banks of the Nile throughout all that time. It is the gateway to the Nile delta, where the lower Nile separates into the Rosetta and Damietta branches. The City was founded by the Fatimid Dynasty in 969 AD and has survived both the Bubonic Plague and several occupations by invaders. The City came under the Ottoman rule in the 16th Century, but by the early 18th Century it came under the control of Muhammad Ali Pasha, who founded the dynasty that ruled in Egypt until the 1952 Egyptian Revolution. Cairo experienced rapid growth throughout all this turmoil, emerging as a political and economic hub for North Africa and the Arab World. The city was the theatre of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution against Hosni Mubarak.
Cairo’s has a hot desert climate with annual average temperatures between 27 and 15 degrees Celsius respectively, experiencing frequent windstorms from March to May, with little rainfall throughout the year, mostly during winter. The weather is hot in the summer and chilly in winter. The warmer temperatures in the spring season are sometimes accompanied by the Khamaseen, a hot, dry wind from the south which fills the air with fine dust.

Cairo is part of the largest metropolitan area in Africa, Greater Cairo. With a population of over 9 million, the city is the centre of the region’s political and cultural life. It has the oldest and largest film and music industries in the Middle East and North Africa. It has Opera houses and hosts the annual Cairo International Film Festival. It is home to several international media and organisations. The Arab League has been headquartered in the City for most of its existence. Cairo accounts for 11% of Egypt’s population and 22% of its economy, with most of the nation’s commerce generated within its walls. Its economy ranks first in the Middle East. On the flipside, like many other megacities, Cairo suffers from high levels of pollution and traffic.

Cairo is a prime example of hyper-urbanization – its constant growth has sometimes surpassed the capacity of city services. It is a megacity in every sense of the word. Its metro ranks among the 15 busiest metros in the world. This rapid expansion creates a constant need for new infrastructure in the city. The city boasts an extensive road network – facilitated by personal vehicles, taxi cabs, privately owned public buses and Cairo microbuses – as well as a rail system, a subway system and maritime services. It is the centre of almost the entire Egyptian transportation network. Plans for the construction of two monorail systems were announced in 2017 in a bid to cater to the ever-growing transportation demands. Cairo International Airport is one of the largest in Africa. The city is home to several historical sites and landmarks like Tahrir Square, the Egyptian Museum, Cairo Tower and Old Cairo. The Islamic architecture available in Cairo is counted as one of the greatest concentrations of historical monuments in the world. The areas around the Citadel are characterised by hundreds of mosques, tombs, madrasas, mansions, caravanserais and fortifications dating from the Islamic era, and are often referred to as Islamic Cairo. The city is the hub of Egypt’s medical sector, boasting the most advanced healthcare facilities in the country. It is fertile ground for education as well, with the largest number of universities and higher institutes in Egypt.

Cairo is the birthplace of the Arab League, a regional organisation in the Arab World whose main goal is “to draw closer the relations between member states and co-ordinate collaboration between them, to safeguard their independence and sovereignty, and to consider in a general way the affairs and interests of the Arab countries”. Positioned as the headquarters of the Arab League, Cairo is at the nexus of the MENA regional block; it stands to reason that it has over the years become the centre of the regions political and cultural life.
The population of Cairo is predominantly Muslim, although it used to be ethnically and religiously diverse. This is evidenced by the remnants of old Italian, Greek, Syrian and Sudanese Communities still found in the same locations. Half of the city’s population lives in the city proper, with the other half living in the suburbs, and the difference in status within the Egyptian population depends largely on one’s place of origin, class and degree of modernity.
Cairo’s economy is largely based on governmental functions, trade, commerce and industrial production. Since the 1952 revolution, large-scale industrialization has established itself in the city, built on the foundations laid by previous developments in textile and food processing; Egypt, in general, is famous for its long-staple cotton, which is a hallmark of Cairo’s textile industry, and the fertile delta provides the food processing plants with a wide variety of fruits and vegetables for canning and freezing. Also, Cairo counts iron and steel, consumer goods, and appliances manufacturing factories.
The city is the country’s primary centre for economic production and financial control; it contains many of Egypt’s more important banks and hotels, as well as restaurants and other entertainment venues.
Cairo is regarded as a student city thanks to the presence of some of the most prestigious African universities in the city. Al-Azhar University, for example, is the chief centre of Islamic and Arabic learning in the world, and it is found in Cairo. The University of Cairo on its part boasts perhaps the largest number of graduates and specialized professionals in the country, including doctors, lawyers and engineers. Private-run universities as well carry a certain appeal, for example, the Future University in Egypt, Badr University in Cairo, the American University in Cairo and the German University in Cairo. All of these contribute to Cairo’s appeal as a prime venue for education, attracting more and more students from across the world.
The cost of living in Cairo tends to be generally high, especially in the city centre. However, for students there exist a number of affordable options, be it for restaurants, markets, utilities or transportation, as well as sports and leisure. On average the monthly cost of living for a single person is 6000 Egyptian pounds, without rent. Rent goes for about 3500 EG £ in the city centre, and 1800 EG £ outside of the city centre.
Cairo is home to prime cultural events and festivals. The Cairo International Film Festival, for example, is a renowned cultural attraction. The Cairo Opera House as well stands as a prominent cultural feature in Cairo. The city is an enticing prospect for students looking to discover life in a megacity that is constantly growing.

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Motto: The people make the place
Established: 2006
No of Students: 5,000
President: Dr. Ebada Sarhan
Campuses: New Cairo City
Website: https://www.fue.edu.eg/
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