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الملكية الفكرية وبراءات الاختراع

من المعلوم أن براءات الاختراع ترتبط بابداعات فكرية ينتجها أهم عضو ميز الله عز وجل به الانسان عن سائر المخلوقات ألا وهو العقل. تلك الابداعات.

اقراء المزيد
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مكتب المنح والدعم الدولي

يعتبر المكتب مبادرة طموحة تهدف إلى تعزيز أنشطة البحوث من قبل الباحثين والحصول على الدعم المالي الكافي من قبل الجامعة.

اقراء المزيد

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مكتب نقل وتسويق التكنولوجيا

لا شك أننا نؤمن جميعًا بأن العالم أجمع فى تطور وتقدم دائم مضطرد فى مختلف المجالات العلمية والاقتصادية والتجارية هذا التقدم يحتم على الدول ..

اقراء المزيد

Program Goal

Provides fully funded Master’s degree for university graduates, to study in the U.S. for a maximum of two years.

Eligible Fields

All fields are eligible.

  • Applicants in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM), Agriculture and Economics are encouraged to apply.
  • (Students applying in the fields of medicine, veterinary medicine, and dentistry should be aware that their master’s programs cannot include clinical studies or direct patient contact).

Eligibility Criteria

  • Egyptian citizenship. Holders of U.S. green cards and/or passports are ineligible.
  • Applicants must reside in Egypt starting the application process till the travel date (in case of selection)
  • Bachelor’s degree. Minimum of “Good” for applicants in American studies, humanities, and social sciences.  Minimum of “Very Good” for applicants in the sciences.
  • Minimum Institutional TOEFL from AMIDEAST Egypt or any of the below ETS Authorized Distributors and/or ITP Testing Centers of 550 or its equivalent iBT (80), or IELTS (6.5).
AMIDEAST/ETS Approved Centers Designated Governorates
AMIDEAST Egypt – Cairo Cairo
AMIDEAST Egypt – Alexandria Alexandria
American Canadian Center Menoufia , Kafr El Sheikh, Qalubiya, & Gharbia.
The American Language Center Damietta
Nile Academy Mansoura
MASRYA Sohag, Menia, Assiut, New Valley, Qena, Luxor, & Aswan.

Grant Benefits:

  • Travel Allowance
  • Stipend
  • Other allowances
  • Health benefits coverage
  • University tuition

 FULBRIGHT EGYPTIAN STUDENT PROGRAM – VISITING STUDENT RESEARCHER

Program Goal

Provides fully funded grants for students registered in Master’s or PhD programs in Egyptian universities to collect data or conduct research for six to nine months in the U.S.

Eligible Fields

All fields are eligible.

(Students applying in the fields of medicine, veterinary medicine, and dentistry should be aware that research activities must not involve direct clinical patient contact).

Eligibility Criteria 

  • Egyptian citizenship. Holders of U.S. green cards and/or passports are ineligible.
  • Applicants must reside in Egypt starting the application process till the travel date (in case of selection).
  • Strong academic record.
  • Proof of registered masters or doctoral thesis at an Egyptian university.

Grant Benefits

  • Travel Allowance
  • Stipend
  • Other allowances
  • Health benefits coverage
  • University fees

All applications and required supporting documents should be submitted via the online system only.

FULBRIGHT EGYPTIAN STUDENT PROGRAM – APPLIED, FINE AND PERFORMING ARTS

Program Goal

Provides fully funded grants for young professionals and artists who wish to conduct field research or attend master classes for six to nine months with professionals in the U.S.

Eligible Fields

  • Applied Arts
  • Fine Arts
  • Performing Arts

Eligibility Criteria

  • Egyptian citizenship. Holders of U.S. green cards and/or passports are ineligible.
  • Applicants must reside in Egypt starting the application process till the travel date (in case of selection).
  • Proof of participation in at least three post-graduate artistic activities or exhibitions.
  • No TOEFL score required.

Grant Benefits

  • Travel Allowance
  • Stipend
  • Other allowances
  • Health benefits coverage
  • Up to $5,000 contribution to tuition

SCHOLAR-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM

Program Goal

This program sends scholars and professionals from Egypt and other countries to universities in the United States to internationalize the institutions’ campuses and curricula.  Scholar-in-Residence (SIR) participants typically spend three to ten months teaching and consulting in area studies programs, in interdisciplinary programs that focus on global issues, or in courses where participation of a foreign scholar can provide a cross-cultural or international perspective.  Preference is given to institutions that infrequently host visiting scholars and that serve student populations underrepresented in international exchange programs.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Egyptian citizenship; holders of U.S. green cards and/or passports are ineligible.
  • Scholar preferably holding Ph.D. with relevant teaching experience in the field requested by the U.S. host institution with specialization in Middle Eastern and North African (MENA) studies.
  • English language proficiency.
  • Minimal or no prior experience living in the United States.
  • Credentials and ability to achieve the goals of the host institution.

Program Duration/Dates

9 months (08/21/2018 – 05/25/2019)

Grant Benefits:

  • International travel for grantee
  • Living stipend
  • Health benefits coverage
  • Other allowances

 

In AY2018-2019 the Commission is entertaining applications on behalf of the below U.S. institution:

Lewis & Clark College, Portland, Oregon

Eligible Field: History

Program Duration/Dates: 9 months (August 21, 2018 – May 25, 2019)

Special Eligibility Criteria:

–  Ph.D. with relevant teaching experience is preferred

Special Notes:

  • Lewis & Clark College seeks a historian on the Middle East to extend course offerings related to MENA studies. In Fall 2018, the Scholar-in-Residence will teach a lower-level history course on the country or region to which the scholar’s research is focused. In Spring 2019, the scholar will teach a lower-level survey on the history of the Modern Middle East and an upper-level course on the scholar’s area of specialty.
  • The visiting scholar will also be invited to contribute guest teaching in MENA program core courses.
  • The visiting scholar will participate in History and MENA program faculty meetings and retreats to advise on how Lewis & Clark College might best plan and integrate history courses within the MENA program and MENA-themed courses within the history program.
  • The scholar will work with MENA faculty and Lewis & Clark college administrators, including the Dean of the College and the Director of Overseas and Off Campus Programs, in the possible development of a program in the scholar’s home country.
  • The scholar will also participate in the college’s annual Middle East Studies symposium scheduled for spring 2019 and will give at least one public lecture on his or her area of research that will be co-sponsored by the history department and MENA program.
  • In addition to the above duties, the S-I-R will conduct one-on-one meetings with students and advise them on their course reading and research projects. The scholar will also meet with students of the Arabic Language Club and participate in the annual International Fair. The scholar may also be invited to serve as a faculty advisor or reader for a senior honors thesis in history and/or for independent capstone projects in the MENA minor.

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