Prof. Dr. Gaber Nassar, President of Cairo University, hosted the US aid delegation which visited Cairo University on Sunday, October 25, 2015, headed by Chery Caroline, Head of US aid. During the meeting, fields of cooperation between US aid and Cairo University have been discussed in many fields related to training and joint research projects with American Universities and forming a joint committee between Cairo University and US aid to study specified files and fields of cooperation between the two sides, so as to contribute to building bridges of cooperation between the university and the aid in education, research and training, with the potential of developing a plan and specified time frame for the fields of this cooperation.
Prof. Dr. Gaber Nassar, President of Cairo University, has illustrated to the US aid delegation the accreditation of Cairo University programs, enlisting the university in global universities ranking and the aspiration of the university to develop programs of cooperation with the aid. This will be available through running joint projects that serve the educational and research process in the university, forming a partnership with American Universities in joint scientific researches related to societal services, as well as the fields Cairo University is currently caring for; such as, raising the efficiency of the administrative apparatus and the applied researches associated with society.
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