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A high-level delegation headed by Sir Geoffrey Adams the British Ambassador to Egypt visited The Knowledge Hub Universities Campus which hosts Coventry University branch at Egypt’s New Administrative Capital. The British Delegation included the British Consular as well as the Director of the British Council and representatives from several Departments, namely the Department of International Trade, Communications, Political, Defense, CTPLO and Regional Affairs offices. The Delegation was welcomed by Mr. Ihab Salama; CEO of El Sewedy Education and Prof. Mahmoud Allam; President of The Knowledge Hub Universities.

During the visit, the Delegation toured the campus tour checking out the facilities of TKH including learning spaces, workshops, and labs. Sir Geoffrey Adams also met with representatives from the Student Union where they talked about their student experience at Coventry University and TKH in general.

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“Today was my second visit to Coventry University at The New Administrative Capital. One of the UK’s priorities is to provide high quality education in Egypt, and today I was delighted to see the headway Coventry has made with the support of El Sewedy Education, especially STEM subjects. This comes to no surprise given Coventry’s impressive track-record and their standing as one of the top 15 UK universities over the past five years”
The British Ambassador to Egypt | Sir Geoffrey Adams

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Ihab Salama mentioned that “The Knowledge Hub Universities contribute to encouraging Egyptian students who wish to study abroad to complete their university education inside Egypt, as well as attracting numbers of foreign students, pointing out that the Board of Directors of “El Sewedy Education” is keen to present a unique model of global education in Egypt.


Prof. Mahmoud Allam added that the educational process of Coventry University branch in Egypt matches exactly the educational and administrative processes of the mother university in UK, indicating that this visit comes within the framework of cooperation between The Knowledge Hub Universities and the educational institutions and universities in UK, as he emphasized the keenness of TKH in providing the best modern education methods, in line with the country’s strategy for 2030 and its vision for the advancement of education.
Prof. Allam | TKH President

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