Egyptian Bureau for Cultural and Educational Affairs
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VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT FOR ALL POSITIONS IN THE NEW INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITIES



The Egyptian Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research announces the vacancy opening for positions at the four new international universities as per the announcement. The Universities are Galala University, Al-Alamein International University, King Salman International University and New Mansoura University

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GLOBAL FORUM FOR HIGHER EDUCATION AND SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH – APRIL 2019



 The Global Forum for Higher Education and Scientific Research is organized under the auspices of H.E. President Abdel Fattah El Sisi at Al-Masa Capital premises on the 4th-6th of April 2019, the year that was officially announced to be the “Year of Education” in Egypt. 

Gathering more than 500 leaders, influencers, and practitioners from all over the world in the fields of scientific research, innovation, government, higher education, and philanthropy with the intention of conducting insightful action-oriented discussions and attaining wide-ranging perspectives for the purpose of envisioning the next 10 years of Higher Education and Scientific Research in a global, interconnected, and borderless world context.

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THE COPTIC MUSIC: FROM THE NILE TO THE THAMES




 The Cultural Bureau in London arranged a cultural evening on Tuesday 26th of February 2019 titled ‘The Coptic Music: From the Nile to the Thames’ where Professor Michael Henein - Consultant Cardiologist in UK and PhD researcher in Coptic music – gave a lecture tackling the history of the Coptic music and used the available evidence to provide more recent liturgical music analysis performed at Canterbury Christ Church University-UK including the use of Pharaonic musical instruments’ (nays) replicas.

Three experts have contributed and commented in the discussion Prof. Martin Stokes -King Edward Professor of music at king’s college London, Eng. Tarik Beshir -The Founder and Director of Oxford Maqam o

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THE COPTIC MUSIC: FROM THE NILE TO THE THAMES




 

The Cultural Bureau in London arranged a cultural evening on Tuesday 26th of February 2019 titled ‘The Coptic Music: From the Nile to the Thames’ where Professor Michael Henein - Consultant Cardiologist in UK and PhD researcher in Coptic music – gave a lecture tackling the history of the Coptic music and used the available evidence to provide more recent liturgical music analysis performed at Canterbury Christ Church University-UK including the use of Pharaonic musical instruments’ (nays) replicas.

 

Three experts have contributed and commented in the discussion Prof. Martin Stokes -King Edward Professor of music at king’s college London, Eng. Tarik Beshir -The Founder and Di

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