The E-Just organized an Open Campus Event


The Egypt Japan University for Science and Technology organized an Open Campus event yesterday at its campus in Borg El Arab Alexandria. The event hosted high school students, American Diploma students, English Secondary students, and their parents.

Dr. Amr Adly, the President of the E-Just, explained that the university was established based on an agreement between the Egyptian and Japanese governments to serve as a unique model in higher education and scientific research in Egypt. It offers curriculum aligned with Japanese universities to benefit the Arab world and African countries.

Dr. Hashimoto, the Vice President for International Relations, welcomed the participating students in his speech and discussed the university's scientific partnerships with leading Japanese universities.

Dr. Samah Nada, the Vice President for Academic and Educational Affairs, elaborated on the university's educational philosophy and the advantages of the Japanese model in education. He emphasized that the academic programs offered by the university qualify graduates to compete in the local, regional, and international job markets.

During the open day, an introductory presentation was given about the establishment of the university through the partnership between the Egyptian and Japanese governments. An overview of the academic programs offered by the university, available scholarships, and details about fees and payment methods were also provided.

Outstanding students who received scholarships from Japan shared their experiences during their studies at the Egyptian-Japanese University.

At the end of the open day, the students took a tour of the university, visiting the Prof. Ahmed El-Gohary Center for Excellence in Research, as well as several laboratories including the Materials Science Lab, Physics and Chemistry Lab, Mechanical Workshops, and the Art Studio. They also visited the central library H.E. Ambassador Faiza Abu El-Naga Central Library, and the Student Activities Building.