Yesterday, Dr. Ayman Ashour, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, convened a meeting to discuss the transfer of Japanese experience in technical and technological education to Egypt.
At the beginning of the meeting, the minister stressed the importance of benefiting from Japanese experience, particularly in technological , emphasising the importance of transferring that expertise in technical and technological education in Egypt, which would contribute to the development of technical education and vocational training, in addition to positively reflect on preparing students for the labour market.
Dr. Ayman Ashour mentioned areas of cooperation with the Japanese side, including the Egyptian-Japanese University of Science and Technology (E-JUST), praising this massive educational project as one of the fruitful models of cooperation between the two countries, pointing to the university's constructive contribution to the advancement of Egypt's university education system and scientific research.
The meeting also discussed the Japanese delegation's visit to Egypt in October. To debate the use of this educational system in Egypt.