The Knowledge Hub campus will host branches of world-class universities, each to participate with programmes in their areas of strength.
The Knowledge Hub will provide innovative offerings that address rapidly changing industries to enhance students’ opportunities and equip them with the needed lifelong learning skills.
Spread over 50 feddans, The Knowledge Hub is strategically located in Egypt’s New Administrative Capital: a modern, smart city designed to meet global needs and trends.
The Knowledge Hub is designed by Gensler, #1 architecture and design firm in the world with extensive experience in higher education.
The Knowledge Hub’s education model is designed to bridge the gap between Business, academia, and society and encourage a culture of innovation.
The Knowledge Hub has extensive connections with regional and international industry networks ranging all the way from Africa and the Middle East to Europe.
By enrolling in any of the programmes offered by the international universities at The Knowledge Hub, students will graduate with the same international degree awarded at the university's home campus.
Students at The Knowledge Hub will receive the highest quality of education, through innovative learning techniques, up-to-date curricula, and advanced teaching methodologies.
Our partnerships with universities from around the world will enable students to attend a semester or more abroad at the university's home campus.
Our flipped classrooms are designed to encourage interaction among students and stimulate discussions with professors. Their unique design also facilitates collaboration and group work; skills actively sought by today’s employers and expected to be in demand for the foreseeable future.
We foster a diverse academic environment with professors from our partner universities all over the world.
The first phase of The Knowledge Hub campus consists of a 2,100-square-metre, five-floor building with a total built-up area of 13,700 square metres and a multi sports field of 2,100 square metres.
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