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Important & Activated Agreements

 

The important and activated agreements are listed below: Students and teaching faculty may benefit from these agreements as indicated by the related provisions as follows:

 

 

Cooperation Agreement between O6U, Egypt and the University of Limoges, France Signed in (2004)

 

 

Objective of the agreement:

 

  1. Establishment of preferential links in the field of scientific research and teaching.
  2. Organization of teaching actions.
  3. Initiation and development of common research projects.
  4. The agreement could benefit students through the teaching missions by lectures from the contracting parties, within the framework of the regulation in force.
  5. Organization of regular exchanges for information and of scientific and teaching documents and developing exchanges of students and all the actions within the framework of the agreement.
  6. Since the signing of this agreement about 20 students benefitted from training opportunities provided by this agreement, about the same number is expected to get similar training this year 2011.

 

For more information please contact:

 

 

Dr. Ashraf Al Rakabawy-Agreement Coordinator

 

Mobile:  (002) 012 3999363

Agreement on partnership and cooperation between O6U and Kodolany University College, Hungary (Signed in 2005)

 

 

This agreement may benefit students through:

 

  1. In framework of an exchange program, student groups from the Tourism Department of Kodolany University College can visit the Faculty of Tourism and Hotel Management of October 6 University in Egypt to study Egyptian best practice. In exchange, student groups from the Faculty of Tourism and Hotel Management of October 6 University can visit Kodolany University College to study Hungarian best practice.
  2. In a tutorial system, visiting student groups will have a responsible member of faculty of the receiving institution to help students. Students group will be accompanied by a lecturer of faculty.
  3. Besides theoretical education, each host institution finds way to offer internship emplacement for the students from the other institution on the basis of exchange. Students should fulfill a part of their internship period (1-2 months) in the country of the other institution and this period of practice will be duly recognized by the home institution.
  4. Besides the studies in the field of their specialization, both Kodolany and October 6 University can offer the visiting Egyptian and Hungarian students, Hungarian or Arabic Language Courses respectively, and also Hungarian or Egyptian Country and Culture Studies respectively. In addition, English, or French, or German Language Training will be provided for students of the other institution.
  5. Both institutions accept the academic performance of students from the other institution on the basis of their credit systems that are made compatible to ensure transferability of credits from Egypt and Hungary.
  6. In implementation of this agreement 5 students visited Hungary and received training.
  7. It is possible for Egyptian students to come to kodolany University College after two years of their studies to spend one semester according to the Egyptian curriculum and do their practice in Hungary after finishing semester for two months.
  8. Egyptian students pay a tuition fee for theirs studies in Hungary and also pay for hostel accommodation and catering. The actual fees for the semester is determined every year in May.
  9. There is a possibility for Hungarian students to spend a semester in Egypt in the Department of Tourism Guidance and do their practice for two months after finishing their semester in Egypt. The tuition fee will be discussed and approved later.

 

For more information please contact:

 

 

Prof. Adel Hamam-Dean of Tourism and Hotel Management Faculty

 

 

Tel: (00202) 38362132

 

 

Memorandum of Understanding between O6U and Winona State University (WSU), USA (Signed in 2006)

 

 

Students may benefit from the implementation of this agreement through:

 

  1. Help in securing validation for O6U undergraduate degrees from the USA accrediting agencies and organizations.
  2. Collaboration program for exchanging students. O6U and WSU encourage student exchange in different common fields short courses and/or whole semester on the basis that courses in each university should be accredited by the other.
  3. Collaboration program for training staff members. O6U intends to send staff members to WSU for a few weeks on training of the latest techniques used in different areas.
  4. Collaboration program in postgraduate projects and research.WSA will supervise, participate, and approve O6U postgraduate degrees, and will also accept O6U graduates to pursue their post graduate studies in different fields.
  5. Collaboration program for visiting professors. Exchanging professors and experts in the common or different fields for short periods (1-4 weeks).
  6. Collaboration program in research projects. Encouraging scientific research in different specializations.

 

For more information please contact:

 

 

Dr. Samar Al Mofty – Agreement Coordinator

 

Mobile:  (002) 0101833883

 

Memorandum of Understanding between O6U and Chiang Mai Rajabhat University (CMRU) Thailand (Signed in 2007)

 

 

Article two of this agreement relates to services that may benefit students as follows:

 

  1. Students exchange focuses on, but not limited to, Tourism and Hotel Management, and covers 4 aspects: academic, research, training, and cultural activities. In order to promote beneficial cooperation between Chiang Mai Rajabhat University , the Student Exchange Program on Tourism and Hotel Management will be a major cooperation as detailed below:
  • Chiang Mai University will select (3-4) students to undertake the exchange program with duration of one month, but which can be extended to two months upon agreement. Theses students will be responsible for their own travelling expenses, whereas the Chiang Mai Rajabhat University will provide accommodation, local transportation and pocket money, at amount to be agreed upon.
  • For students from October 6 University, the Exchange Program will be held during the summer period between July and September, and between March and May for students from Chiang Mai Rajabhat University (CMRU).

 

For more information please contact:

 

 

Prof. Adel Hamam-Dean of Tourism and Hotel Management Faculty

 

 

Tel: (00202) 38362132

 

 

Agreement of Co-operation in Masters of Business Administration, MBA Program in Modern Health Care Quality Management between O6U and Vaxjo (Linnaeus) University, Sweden (Signed in 2007)

 

  • The aim of the agreement:
  1. The aim of this agreement is to deliver Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs at O6U and jointly develop a set of objectives, a group of course modules and curriculum, together with related teaching materials, in subjects within the competence of SMEV/MENA. The parties have agreed to start their cooperation by jointly launching MBA programs in Egypt and other Arab countries.
  • According to provisions of the agreement students may benefit as follows:
  1. O6U will be in providing all facilities needed for delivering the MBA program including the computer labs and library services as well as being in charge of administration and day to day contact with students, premises and other resources needed to deliver the programs.
  2. This agreement allow for student exchange. MBA students can optionally attend (free of tuition fees) some courses at Vaxjo (Linnaeus) University. SMEV students have also the same opportunity to free of tuition fees attend some courses at O6U.
  3. The exchange students or their organizations are responsible for their international and local travel and accommodation coasts during their stay in Sweden or Egypt. The host institution will facilitate the students stay.

 

For more information please contact:

 

 

Dr. Kamel Omran –Dean of the Economics and Management Faculty

 

 

Mobile: (00202) 38362150

 

 

Memorandum of Understanding between O6U and British Columbia Okanagan (UBCO), Canada (Signed in 2008)

 

  • A meeting took place at O6U between two parties and it was agreed to launch a cooperation programs that encompasses 3 major areas: Nursing, Tourism and Education. Implementation steps will be taken during the summer of 2011.

For more information please contact:

Prof. Helmy Al Beshbeshy -Vice President of Postgraduate Studies and Research

Tel: (00202) 38353382

 

 

Cooperation agreement between O6U and Andrzeja Frycza Modrzewskiego Krakow University (KSW), Poland (Signed in 2008)

 

  • Provides for Student Exchange as follows:
  1. October 6 University and Andrzeja Frycza Modrzewskiego Krakow University (KSW) are interested in enrolling students from each other for a period of one semester or an academic year.
  2. The host institution will provide accommodation to these students and will exempt them from maintenance costs as well as tuition fees.
  3. Both Parties agree to exchange summer schools composed of approximately 20 students from each side in addition to a supervisor for around three weeks.
  4. The scope of the summer school is development economics, international economic relations and cooperation, and the languages of the two countries.
  5. During the summer school the trip and convenient accommodation for the exchanged students as well as for their academic supervisor will be provided and paid for by the host university. There will be a separation between the boys and girls in terms of bedrooms, bathrooms and toilettes.

For more information please contact:

Ms. Yousra Ahmed - Director of International Affairs

Phone: 0020238353987

 

Agreement on academic cooperation between O6U and Bansomdejshaopraya Rajabhat University (BRU), Thailand (Signed in 2009)

 

  • In order to promote friendship, mutual understanding and educational cooperation, October 6 University and Bansomdejshaopraya Rajabhat University of Thailand agree to facilitate the following activities:
  1. Exchange qualified teachers and students to promote Arabic-Thai Languages program.
  2. Exchange research information.
  3. Exchange faculty members when appropriate.
  4. Exchange cultural activities.
  5. Bansomdejshaopraya Rajabhat University (BRU) will select (3-4) students to undertake the exchange program with duration of one month.

For more information please contact:

Prof. Adel Hamam-Dean of Tourism and Hotel Management Faculty

Tel: (00202) 38362132  

Memorandum of Understanding between O6U and Suratthani Rajabhat University (SRU), Thailand (Signed in 2010)

 

  • Suratthani Rajabhat University (SRU) and October 6 University agree to enter into a formal partnership agreement based on the promotion of international understanding and goodwill.
  • The two institutions resolve to exercise reasonable efforts to promote the following programs:
  1. Exchange students.
  2. Exchange of faculty and/or staff.
  3. Exchange of academic information and publications.
  4. Joint research activities.
  5. Other exchanges of an academic nature agreed upon by both parties.
  6. Suratthani Rajabhat University (SRU) will select (3-4) students to undertake the exchange program with duration of one month.

For more information please contact:

Prof. Adel Hamam-Dean of Tourism and Hotel Management Faculty

Tel: (00202) 38362132

 

 

Memorandum of Understanding between O6U and the Academy of Applied Pharmaceutical Sciences (AAPS), Canada (Signed in 2010)

 

  • The two parties have agreed on a collaboration partnership in the following areas:
  1. (O6U) will validate and offer (AAPS) programs. Students who satisfy the academic requirements set forth by both academic institutions will receive a joint certificate, diploma or degree depending on their program of study.
  2. (O6U) to offer (AAPS) courses as part of their elective course selection to students enrolled in the 3rd, 4th & 5th year of pharmacy program at (O6U). Upon graduation students will receive a joint diploma and degree from (AAPS) and (O6U).
  3. (AAPS) and (O6U) to introduce and jointly offer “Pharmacy Assistant” program. The program is to be of at least 12 weeks duration and aimed at incoming students who wish to get a certificate/diploma in “Pharmacy Assistant”. (AAPS) to provide the curriculum and course content and train (O6U) Staff to carry instruction and teaching.
  4. (AAPS) and (O6U) to establish “School of Continuing Education – Pharmaceutical Studies” with the goal of providing short term professional and skills development courses to the following groups:
    1. Pharmaceutical and Allied Industries.
    2. Graduated students who wish to further specialize and enhance their skills.
  5. (AAPS) and (O6U) to introduce and jointly offer “Pharmacy Licensing  Preparation” program aimed at students who wish to get a pharmacy license in Canada. (AAPS) to provide the curriculum and course content and train (O6U) Staff to carry instruction and teaching.

For more information please contact:

Prof. Mahmoud Kohail- Dean of Pharmacy Faculty

Tel: (00202) 38354275

 

 

Cooperation Agreement between O6U and Troy University Library, 

USA (Signed in 2010)

 

  • This agreement will enhance library services for the benefit of students, faculty, staff members and the general public.

For more information please contact:

Dr. Mores Abo El Saad Mekhael – Sixth of October University Library (SOUL) Consultant

Tel: (00202) 38376282

 

 

Education agreement between O6U Fontys University, The Netherlands (Signed in 2011)

 

  • Parties desire an educational partnership which has the intention to:
  1. Offer October 6 University students the opportunity to obtain a certificate for a bachelor provided by Fontys University of Applied Sciences as a double degree next to the diploma already obtained at October 6 University.
  2. Students will be allowed to follow the final examination of the agreed bachelor course by the respective directors of Fontys University of Applied Sciences as an external student. Students must meet all requirements stated in the curriculum of the relevant Bachelor course.

For more information please contact:

Prof. Ismail Hegazy-Dean of Apllied Medical Sciences Faculty

Tel: (00202) 38362498

 

 

Cooperation agreement between O6U and Cairo University (Signed in 2011)

 

  • A landwork agreement signed on 13/4/2011 between O6U and Cairo University covering academic cooperation in post-graduate studies.

For more information please contact:

Prof. Talaat Rihan-Vice President of Postgraduate Studies and Research

Tel: (00202) 38353382

 

 

Agreement between O6U and American Chamber of Commerce, Egypt (Signed in 2011)

 

  • O6U and the American Chamber of Commerce signed an agreement on 26/1/2011 with the aim of providing training opportunities to graduates to upgrades their efficiency and competitiveness in job markets.

For more information please contact:

Ms. Mai Eladawy-University Program Coordinator

Tel: (00202) 38363084- Mob: (0020) 0107657151

E-mail: cdc-o6uni@amacham.org.eg

 

 

Cooperation agreement between O6U and Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics, Egypt (Signed in 2011)

 

  • O6U and the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics signed an agreement on 8/3/2011 providing training to students, teaching faculty and staff.

For more information please contact:

Prof. Mosa Ibrahim Mousa-Dean of Informations Systems and Computer Sciences Faculty

Tel: (00202) 38353275

 

 

Agreement for Testing Services between O6U and Amideast, Egypt (Signed in 2011)

 

  • O6U signed an agreement with Amideast on 11/4/2011 by which TOEIC and TOEFL testing services shall be provided by Amideast at O6U premises.

For more information please contact:

Prof. Mona Ahmed El Halawany-Dean of Languages and Translation Faculty

 

Tel: (00202) 38354280