Kafrelsheikh University

Kafrelshikh University is one of the most advanced universities in the local and international rankings for 2012. The university has nineteen faculties and three higher institutes: five scientific faculties: Agriculture, Engineering, Science, Fisheries and Computers and information, in addition to seven health faculties: Medicine, Pharmacy, Dentistry, Physical Therapy, Nursing, Medical and Applied Sciences as well as Veterinary Medicine. The university also includes six faculties for humanitarian sciences: Education, Specific Education, Physical Education, Arts, Commerce, Languages and Law.

Scientific institutes include Nano Science and Technology Institute, Institute of Drug Discovery and Development and Technical Institute of Nursing. The university has a hospital equipped with the latest medical devices to provide health service for all categories of society.

Kafrelshikh University has succeeded in entering the list of the 100 top universities in Arab and African countries after the university's site exceeded more than six thousand Arab and African universities sites in 2011. The University has signed several cooperation agreements with foreign universities in Hungary, Germany, China, Italy, Russia, Romania, Japan and Spain. The university also called on foreign professors to benefit from their scientific experience and to give joint lectures with the members of the university teaching and workshops for postgraduate students in scientific colleges so that the university can keep pace with scientific development in all scientific fields and promote the university to the world level.