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Overview
Dean’s Message

The pursuit of graduate education is an exciting and life changing experience. It provides students with an opportunity to explore areas of interest through research and interaction with highly qualified faculty members. Graduate education challenges students to think differently and develop both intellectually and professionally. 

One of my first accomplishments as a Dean of the Faculty of Engineering at Misr University for Science and Technology [MUST] was to refocus the University’s mission and vision, and lay out a number of goals to guide the Faculty of Engineering’s graduate programs into; academic excellence, student centered teaching, integrity, and innovation, .

One of my first accomplishments as a Dean of the Faculty of Engineering at Misr University for Science and Technology [MUST] was to refocus the University’s mission and vision, and lay out a number of goals to guide the Faculty of Engineering’s graduate programs into; academic excellence, student centered teaching, integrity, and innovation, .
The graduate program at MUST starting in September 2016 offers both Diploma and Master of Science degrees in the Mechanical Power Engineering.
It is planned to launch a Ph.D. program by 2018, together with Diploma and Master of Science for other Engineering disciplines such as Construction Engineering, Electrical Power and Machines Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Mechatronics, Industrial and Systems Engineering, and Computer Engineering.
Our target is to reach by 2020, recognition by international accreditation agencies, the academic community, and the general public, as a leading private University of high quality education.
The goals of graduate education at the Faculty of Engineering are derived from the University’s strategic plan and vision.
First Goal: Deliver a high quality education to be ranked among the best in the Country.
Second Goal: Sustain and enhance the Faculty’s excellence in research with innovative programs and exemplary students. For MUST to push the frontiers of knowledge forward, bright, creative students must be engaged in the effort.
Third Goal: Ensure that innovation, entrepreneurship, and public service are fundamental characteristics of our graduates. College’s graduates, both master’s and diploma, should have the ability to think and act strategically when it comes to challenges in their fields and be able to identify problems they can contribute to solving.
Fourth Goal : Expand our global footprint and influence to ensure that we are graduating good global citizens. Graduate education at MUST is already expanding our global footprint through national and international joint programs and through the foreign students enrolled in courses at MUST.
Fifth Goal: Relentlessly pursue University effectiveness. Quality of life for faculty and graduate students alike depends on simple, effective administration of graduate programs. Whether the matter at hand is admissions, registration, fellowship administration, thesis/dissertation support, or graduation, processes should be electronically accessible, easy to understand, and simple to use.
Sixth Goal: Maximize the accessibility and affordability of graduate education at MUST. In graduate education, the college is creating the future leadership teams for global industry, government, and academe. It is essential that our graduates are as diverse as the environments with which they will engage.
Our faculty and staff are committed to providing you with a unique education experience that meets your needs of today and challenges of the future.