All undergraduates have to present ONE of the following:
- Applicants who score 600 and above in the ITP (Institutional testing program TOEFL) or 100 or above in the IBT, or 7 or above in the IELTS, will be exempted from ENGL 101 and may take ENGL 102 directly.
- Applicants who score 400 to 499 in the ITP (Institutional testing program TOEFL administered by AMIDEAST), or 29 to 60 in the IBT, or 4 to 5 in the IELTS, will join the Intensive English Course(s).
ENGLISH TEST CUT-OFF SCORES
||Eng. Entry Level
|100 or above
||7 or above
|| 600 or above
|61 or above
|| 500 or above
|29 - 60
||4 - 5
||400 - 499
||Intensive English courses
The undergraduate programs offer unique features and specializations. The curricula are benchmarked against top universities worldwide and tailored to the needs of the Egyptian market. Undergraduate programs opening in 2011/2012 are:
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
بكالوريوس إدارة الأعمال بكلية إدارة الأعمال
The BBA program aims to create a new generation of business leaders that would have an active role in their communities and contribute to the management of the technology driven economies in Egypt and the region. The program focuses on developing knowledge and skills in core areas of management applicable to manufacturing and service industries. The curriculum is designed to equip the students with the competencies and attitudes needed for success in the local and global workplace. It also provides the students with a unique learning experience where they can acquire different skills that help them adapt to a continuously evolving business environment. Major offerings include: Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management; Operations and Supply Chain Management; Management of Information Technology and General Business.
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Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering (CE)
بكالوريوس هندسة الحاسبات بكلية الإتصالات و تكنولوجيا المعلومات
The CE program involves the design and engineering of computers including hardware and software design. It is a carefully chosen synthesis of electrical and computer engineering and computer science courses to train students in the engineering of computers and computer systems and in the use of computers in many engineering applications. Computer engineering is a broad area involving many possible areas of specialization. These include Computer Architecture, Software Design, Robotics and Computer Vision, Embedded Systems (i.e., the use of digital equipment to monitor and control physical systems).
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Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Communications Engineering (ECE)
بكالوريوس هندسة الإلكترونيات و الإتصالات بكلية الإتصالات و تكنولوجيا المعلومات
Electronics and Communications Engineering involves the development and application of electronic and optical technologies for generating, communicating, and processing information. NU Electronics and Communications Engineering curriculum includes courses in electronic circuits, solid-state electronics, electromagnetics, optics, lasers, controls, digital signal processing, communications, and networks. The program focuses on the design and analysis of electronic devices and circuits, photonics, electromagnetics, and analog and digital systems, including control, communication, and information systems. It encompasses several broad areas and a core of fundamental knowledge, as well as many subfields of specialization.
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Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Service Engineering and Management (ISEM)
بكالوريوس الهندسة و الإدارة الصناعية و الخدمية بكلية الهندسة و العلوم التطبيقية
The curriculum in Industrial and Service Engineering and Management emphasizes understanding of industrial systems and service systems. Industrial systems include ,but are not limited to : Automotive, Aerospace, Apparel, Basic metals, Beverages, Building materials, Chemicals, Computers, Appliances, Electronics, Equipment, Fabricated metals, Food processing, Glass, Ceramics, heavy machinery, Paper, petroleum refining, Pharmaceuticals, Plastics, Power utilities, Publishing, Textiles, Tire and rubber, Wood and furniture. Service Systems include, but are not limited to: Banking, Education, Communication, Financial services, Government, Health and medical, Hotel, Information, Communication, Insurance, Repair and maintenance, Restaurant, Retail trade, Transportation, Wholesale trade, and Warehousing. Two tracks are offered: Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering and Service Engineering and Management Systems
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