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The Egyptian E-Learning University participates at Arab world Leadership preparation program

Under the slogan LEADERS 2030, the National Egyptian E-Learning University took part in the training program Preparing Leaders of the Arab World, which was held at the Conference Center in Luxor under the auspices of the Leadership Development Institute in collaboration with the Association of Arab Universities and Luxor University. The program peruses till February 1, 2024, and involves 200 male and female students From Egyptian colleges as well as 20 Arab nations.

Under the patronage of Dr. Ayman Ashour, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Dr. Ashraf Sobhi, Minister of Youth and Sports,  Dr. Amr Ezzat Salama, Secretary-General of the Association of Arab Universities, Dr. Hamdy Mohamed Hussein, President of Luxor University, and Dr. Karim Hammam, Advisor to the Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research for student activities, the program has started . Additionally, Dr. Adel Zein, President of the University of Technology in Luxor, Dr. Laila Al-Bitar, Director General of Arab Universities in the Union of Arab Universities, and Dr. Mona Rizk, Coordinator of Student Activities in the Union of Arab Universities, are the directors of the Institute for Leadership Preparation.

Prof. Hisham Abdel Salam, the university's president, expressed his pleasure with the students' participation in the Egyptian-Arab forum and emphasized that students from Arab and Egyptian universities will benefit from this event as it helps them with developing the leadership qualities that are essential to developing their personalities. The self-paced workshops will help students develop their innovative thinking, entrepreneurship, and leadership skills. In addition to some tourist visits to Luxor's most significant landmarks, discussions about initiatives aimed at developing Arab societies will foster student cohesion and help them come up with recommendations for these initiatives. Arab youth represent a live model for the development of societies in accordance with scientific foundations and standards.

He clarified that since education is ranked highest among priorities by the government, His Excellency President Sisi, and the Minister of Higher Education, these activities mark a qualitative shift in the idea of education as a soft force intended to develop and advance societies. The President's ongoing emphasis on producing knowledge to contribute to economic and societal development, as well as the advancement of university, technical, and technological education that places these institutions among the best in the world, are evidence of this issue. This forum also attests to the ongoing efforts of Egyptian universities and institutes to rehabilitate Arab and Egyptian youth who are seeking employment opportunities. This helps with narrowing the employment gap and gives people the opportunity to actively engage in accomplishing sustainable development goals.

Abdel Salam expressed appreciation to Dr. Hamdy Mohamed Hassanein the president of Luxor University for organizing this program and for its commendable conclusion. Additionally, he recognized the importance of the Leadership Development Institute, led by Professor Dr. Karim Hammam, and the excellent services and programs that offers the training of the next generation of leaders and the future of Egypt, the Arab world, and all nations.

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