TKH-Coventry School of Engineering is always keen to prepare its students for the job market and its needs.
Our Civil Engineering and Electric and Electronic Professors discussed with Coventry UK Engineering Professors discussed what are Civil engineering and Electric and Electronic graduates’ prospects in Egypt and the UK, job opportunities, career paths, and skills that young graduates are expected to have. Furthermore, it was discussed how Coventry University in the UK could support our Cairo campus students and the other way around through joint projects, mobility activities, and placements.
Professor Mohamed El Shafey added “Working closely with CU staff not only helped mirroring CU students’ experience but also shaping graduates’ qualifications and excellence aligning with Egypt 2030 vision. TKH-CU-Cairo campus learning journey is dedicated to providing a dynamic learning environment that emphasizes on Project-based learning, problem-solving skills, teamwork, communication, and leadership skills.”
Professor Sahar Hamed stated that “Electrical & Electronics Engineering is a diverse course, which empowers the students to select between numerous career paths. The different career paths are Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Embedded Systems, and Control Systems. In addition to the proper theoretical background, we make sure the students get the practical skills and qualifications that allow them to be employable. Moreover, following Coventry approach, we enrich their knowledge with hands-on experiences, different projects, and collaboration with different companies. In our meeting, we discussed the different joint activities between Coventry (UK campus) and (Cairo campus); including the Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL). Furthermore, we agreed that exchanging short visits for the students will be beneficial for both UK & Cairo students.”