A group of 15 distinguished MSA University Architectural Students will travel to the U.K. to visit Greenwich University for a week starting May 6 till May 13 as the first Student Exchange. During their visit, the students will manage to experience first hand the jury process in a different environment, and compare presented projects by their counterparts at Greenwich with their own.
The benefits from this visit will be multifold. Academically, those who participate will gain from observing Greenwich students' project presentations, and will benefit culturally from site visits of important buildings and museums,as well as socially from the interaction with British and international students with different backgrounds.
MSA University is grateful for the tremendous efforts of Mrs. Mona Affifi, the Head of the Quality Assurance Unit, since she has reflected much professionalism in organization this event.
The following is a list of the distinguished students from MSA University:
Dalia Fouad Mahmoud El Sherif, Fady Hany Matta Beshay, Kareem Tarek Anis Samy, Karim Samy Ahmed Abd El Aziz, Marc wagih Ishak Ramzy, Moataz Bellah MohamedMohamed Kotait, Mohamed Hussein Mohamed Nasser, Nader Hassan Abd El Karim, Oliver Adel Yousef Wassily, Peter Amir Girgis Fouad, Ramez Saied Youssef Tawfik., and Bedour Ahmad Abdallah Hemeid (TA Supervisor).
- Wednesday, 07 May 2008 00:00
October University for Modern Sciences & Arts in association with Greenwich University initiated a very successful student exchange programme last November (2007) where 21 students and 7 instructors from MSA visited Greenwich University. In continuation of the spirit of cooperation between these two great universities a second student exchange is taking place this May (2008) where MSA Students and Professors will be visiting Greenwich University. Two faculty members from the architecture department were invited by Greenwich University as external critics for their final crits. Drs. Omar Fawzy and Omar Nagati, renowned professors in the Faculty of Architecture Engineering at MSA University, will attend two crits on May 7 and May 9, 2008 as part of the continuing collaboration between MSA University and Greenwich University.