-Egypt's education sector attempts at creating and serving the largest workforce in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). It includes many investment opportunities, which is its defining characteristic. Recently, Egypt witness many opportunities that would develop the whole education sector including the private education; the public-private educational partnerships (from kindergarten to 12th grade); the private, technical and vocational education; and other corporate training programs.
- The Governorate aims to provide and expand educational services through establishment of new public universities in several Governorates, increasing the national Universities such as King Salman international University, Jalala University and El Alamin international University... etc. (studying started in 2020/2021) also international Universities will be established at new Capital City which will include Canadian, European and Hungarian Universities. As well as Establishment of 8 technological universities at “new Cairo", “Quesna" and “Beni suef".
-By the inauguration of New Valley and Matrouh Universities the number of public Universities reached 27 Universities.
- By the inauguration of Merit and Sphinx and HUE Universities the number of Private Universities reached 26 Universities.
- In Q119, the Egyptian Ministry of Finance signed 30-year deals with eight Arab and Egyptian firms for the construction of 24 language schools in the country. The schools, worth EGP650mn, will offer a total of 1,000 classrooms and will be established in seven governorates: Cairo, Giza, Damietta, Gharbeya, Sharqeya, Qaliubiya and Menoufiya. The public-private partnership scheme marks the initial phase of a national project for the construction and operation of schools that will help to boost skills development in the medium-to-long term.
-While businesses will see an increasing availability of workers with basic skills because of the country's strong primary and secondary school enrolment rates, with the greatest progress being witnessed in urban areas
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