Prof. Dr. Gaber Nassar, Cairo University President, started the activities of his visit to Japan on Saturday, February 20, 2016, being invited by Hiroshima University, continuing for five days to sign scientific and academic cooperation agreement with Hiroshima University. The agreement includes partnership fields between Cairo University and Hiroshima University in science, technology, and training and professor exchange. Additionally, common programs in some academic specialties are being discussed and taught in English at some faculties of Cairo University. During his visit to Japan, Prof. Dr. Gaber Nassar was accompanied by Prof. Dr. Hany El-Shimy, Faculty of Agriculture Dean.
In December, 2015, Cairo University President was invited by Hiroshima University President to sign an agreement that was discussed and defined in terms of its understanding parameters.
The agenda of Cairo University President visit to Japan included his meeting with the Mayor of Hiroshima in the context of a fraternity protocol signed between Giza and Hiroshima in December 2015, besides meeting Egyptian scholars in Hiroshima University. Cairo University President visits, accompanied by Faculty of Agriculture Dean, Ajinomoto, the laboratories of global food company, to study the possibility of cooperation with Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo University, in food technology and manufacturing field.
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