Children University Students at Kafrelsheikh University participate in the Training Camp in China


Prof. Dr. Abdelrazek Desouky, University President, congratulates Malak Mahmoud Ramadan, a student at Children's University in Kafrelsheikh for being selected among the students nominated to participate in the "The Belt and Road Teenager Maker Camp" training camp, in partnership with CYSC of the Chinese Academy of Science and Technology.

The president indicates that the activities of the training camp extend for a period of three months, from June 2023 to September 2023, in two stages, the first remotely, and the second will be held in a Chinese province during the month of September.

Prof. Dr. Abdelrazek Desouky explains that all the Egyptian state agencies and institutions pay great attention to the educational system and strive to upgrade it. It also pays special attention to the Egyptian child with the aim of graduating him/her with the skills and knowledge that enables him/her to deal with the various developments of life, especially within the tremendous technological progress and the changing requirements of the labor market, which will certainly change dramatically in the future, and therefore the Egyptian state gives the child a special priority.

He adds that the Child University aims to discover and embrace distinguished children in the early stages of education, and it is one of the creative education programs that the Academy produces for all students for free and in successful partnership with Egyptian public and private universities.

Dr. Amira Okasha, Coordinator of the Children's University, says that the Children's University program is a program funded by the Academy of Scientific Research and Technology of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research. The Academy supports the program from a technical point of view, financial financing, developing scientific curriculum to suit each age group, and following up the implementation of discovering and embracing scientific talents, innovators, and inventors in the early stages of their life.