Higher Education Ministry announces results of evaluation exams for students returning from Ukraine



Wed, 08 Jun 2022 - 10:50 GMT


Wed, 08 Jun 2022 - 10:50 GMT

Greek universities are ranked among the lowest in the European Union

Greek universities are ranked among the lowest in the European Union

CAIRO - 8 June 2022: The Higher Education Ministry and the Emigration Ministry have announced the results of evaluation exams for Egyptian students returning from Ukraine.

Egyptian students of medicine, dentistry, pharmacy and engineering colleges in Ukraine took the exams on May 24-25 to be able to enroll in private or community universities in Egypt.

The Emigration Ministry, in a statement Wednesday, said that the exams were conducted in coordination with the Higher Education Ministry and in implementation of directives by President Abdel Fattah El Sisi.

Sisi’s directives are meant to help Egyptians studying at Ukrainian universities to complete their education in Egypt in the wake of the operation going on in the European country.

Higher Education Minister Khaled Abdel Ghaffar said students who pass the evaluation test will be able to enroll in private and community universities.

Emigration Minister Nabila Makram said Egypt is keen on protecting the interests of nationals studying abroad. She greatly appreciated the efforts exerted by the Higher Education Ministry to help students returning from Ukraine.

The Russia-Ukraine crisis, which broke out in late February, has had negative economic ramifications for the entire world. The conflict has added to mounting concerns of a sharp global slowdown, and surging inflation.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) also said that this conflict will also have a substantial impact on the global economy and financial markets. The conflict is already having considerable economic consequences in all world countries, including Egypt.

Consequently, the Egyptian government was keen on taking all necessary measures and policies to ensure macroeconomic stability, sustain its ability to flexibly deal with unprecedented global challenges, and reduce the impact of this global crisis on the most affected segments of citizens and sectors.



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