School of Engineering
The Computers, Communications and Autonomous Systems programme at Newgiza University will provide highly-skill and interdisciplinary graduates with expertise in the design of both the software and hardware required to build the systems of the future. The programme focuses on the electronic, computing, networking, and control systems that will drive the next generation of cloud computing, the internet of things, communications systems, and autonomous machines. Graduates will understand both the hardware and software that are required to design and develop intelligent and autonomous systems. They will have the knowledge, understanding, and skills to be world leaders in designing systems for a wide range of high-value systems in the context of multi-disciplinary project teams.
Students will be able to choose modules that allow them to focus on either a Communications or an Autonomous Systems track. The NGU Engineer will be equipped with technical knowledge and skills, and the professional, business, and leadership skills to play a central role in shaping new technologies and markets in Egypt and the wider region.
The NGU Architectural Engineering program sets out to inspire design innovation. The program conceives of architecture as a diverse and complex set of practices that move beyond traditional distinctions and limits in the field. The vision of this new program is to provide a well-rounded breed of future-oriented creative architects equipped with the know-how that draws together the artistic creativity of architecture, technical and digital skills of other engineering disciplines to help forge a better living environment for their clients, the community and the world at large.
Our program is designed to entrench professional architectural practice with artistic Islamic influences of the past and present, rich Egyptian history, heritage, and artifacts as well as the cultural progress of Islamic and Arab civilizations so that these are rooted in the ideas, critique, and designs of our graduate students.
Architecture, Computer Engineering, Engineering & Technology, General Engineering & Technology, Industrial & Systems Engineering, Telecommunications Engineering
4 years | Full time
- Computers, Communications and Autonomous Systems Engineering (CCAS).
- Architectural Engineering (AE).
The graduation requirements include 146-149 credit hours. These can be completed in 4 years.
The Engineering programs at NGU provide an integrated approach to the development of professional engineers. Fundamental topics are not taught separately but integrated into applied engineering topics. Students are challenged to not only develop their theoretical knowledge but also to simultaneously put that knowledge into practice, while developing professional skills, through a series of projects (termed challenges and scenarios). These authentic and industry-inspired activities help students connect their learning, and practice the skills that will be critical for their future professional success.
Only one is required
-American diploma: 8 main subjects required from the school transcript including Chemistry, Physics, English, and Math, SAT I /ACT I/EST I, and SAT II/ACT II/EST II (Math subject is required in SAT II) are mandatory OR 9 main subjects required from the school transcript including Chemistry, Physics, English, Math, and Advanced Math, SAT I /ACT I/EST I is mandatory and SAT II, ACT II, EST II is not mandatory in this case.
-IGCSE: 8 O Levels including Chemistry, Physics, English, and Math and 1 AS or AL Math.
-IB: Physics and Math High Level and the Chemistry and English High or Standard level.
NGU is offering a large number of generous merit scholarships for bright students interested in studying Engineering.
Admitted students meeting the scholarship criteria will enjoy tuition waivers varying from 100% to 25% based on their high school grades, English proficiency, interview, and extracurricular activities.
To celebrate the inauguration of the school of Engineering, a significant percentage of the first cohort will receive merit scholarships.
To be eligible for the scholarship scheme offered by NGU:
Students must fulfill the requirements of the supreme council of universities for admission.
Students should fulfill NGU admission requirements.
The deadline for applying for the scholarship is July 18, 2021.
How to Apply
Complete the online admission steps.
Fill NGU online application.
When you pass the interview, you automatically qualify as a candidate for this scholarship.
You will be notified of your scholarship by August 15.