Faculty of Physical Therapy Cairo University organizes graduation ceremony for class 2016 and 3rd class of physical therapy practitioner degree developed by the faculty to meet professional physical therapy global development. The ceremony also honors classes 1984, 1985 and celebrates the faculty international accreditation. The ceremony is sponsored by Cairo University President Mohamed Osman Elkhosht.
Faculty of Therapy Dean Alaa Balbaa said that ،،Faculty of Physical Therapy obtained international accreditation from World Confederation for Physical Therapy. It is the first Egyptian faculty to obtain international accreditation.,, He pointed out that ،،Physical Therapy Practitioner Degree is established to develop the profession. Cooperation agreement is concluded with Winston-Salem State University (WSSU), at North Carolina, USA, for lecturing in this program.,,
Faculty of Physical Therapy Vice-Dean for Education and Students Gihan Elmeniawy said that ،،The faculty developed study bylaws and laboratories and updated substructure to cope with global development in physical therapy studies.,,
Cairo University President Mohamed Osman Elkhosht, Cairo University Vice-Presidents, Faculty of Physical Therapy Deans and Vice-Deans, professors, students, graduates, and elite of physical therapists witness Faculty of Physical Therapy Cairo University ceremony.
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