The aim of this programme is to strengthen the Egyptian entrepreneurial ecosystem through a capacity building programme that empowers students with the relevant business skills; theoretically and practically; and spreads awareness regarding the importance of sustainable development.
The University of Hertfordshire in Egypt has officially welcomed its new students (or as we like to call them, “Freshers”) in an exciting, lively and dynamic two-day Induction. The new students had the opportunity to meet the university’s deans and academic staff, receive useful sessions about the university’s tools and systems, learn about student life and UH’s student organizations, as well as enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities.
From attending welcome speeches by UH’s President, Provost, Dean of Student Life and IFP Director, to immersive workshops and sessions, our freshers surely took their first steps of becoming official university students. They also got a glimpse of student life and activities by enjoying the numerous ice-breaking games, face-painting, temporary-tattoo inking, dancing to live music and meeting their classmates to be.It was certainly a successful and dynamic Induction, and we look forward to a long semester full of achievements, new friendships and success.
The University of Hertfordshire in Egypt hosted a one-of-a-kind welcome party, featuring Disco Misr and Marwan Moussa, who carried off entertaining and successful performances attended by over 5,000 people. UH’s community celebrated a night that had an unmatched atmosphere, an abundance of fun and everlasting memories.
Our UH Makers Carnival was definitely a success! Our students enjoyed a packed day that was full of entertainment, music, stand-up comedy, artists, and a local brands bazaar! Our students and guests created unforgettable memories and here are some snippets from this spectacular day.