Cairo University

Cairo University (previously known as the Egyptian University 1908–1940, then King Fuad I University 1940–1952) is Egypt's premier public university with its main campus in Giza, immediately across the Nile from Cairo. The University currently enrolls approximately 155,000 students in 22 faculties. It counts three Nobel Laureates among its graduates and is one of the 50 largest institutions of higher education in the world by enrollment.

Cairo University hosts the following faculties:

  1. Faculty of Engineering - News
  2. Faculty of Medicine News
  3. Faculty of Computers and Information System - News
  4. Faculty of Pharmcy - News
  5. Faculty of Agriculture  - News
  6. Faculty of Science News
  7. Faculty of Economics and Political Science
  8. Faculty of Mass Communication - News
  9. Faculty of Archaeology - News
  10. Faculty of Arts - News
  11. Faculty of Commerce - News
  12. Faculty of Specialized Education - News
  13. Faculty of Nursing - News
  14. Faculty of Law - News
  15. Faculty of Physiotherapy - News
  16. Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine - News
  17. Faculty of Veterinary Medicine - News
  18. Faculty of Dar El-Ulum - News
  19. Faculty of Kindergarten - News
  20. Institute of Statistical Studies and Research   - News
  21. Institute of African Studies and Research - News
  22. National Cancer Institute
  23. Faculty of Regional and Urban Planning - News
  24. Institute of Educational Studies and Research - News
  25. National Institute of Laser Enhanced Sciences (NILES) News
  26. Center of Open Education
  27. Cairo university center for Languages and Arabic Culture