Discover Heliopolis University’s Events

  • Mon
    05
    Mar
    2018
    13:30Hoda Shaarway Hall

    Words can speak and listen - Words can give and take
    Words can move between me and you
    I can be a word

    Adventure the great verses of Khalil Gibran and Nazik Al-Malaika

    And be inspired by the music of

    Nuri El Ruheibany, Abu Bakr Khairat and Stephen Simon

    through Eurythmy.

    Performed by the Eurythmy Ensemble of Heliopolis University

     Monday, 5 March 2018

    Space of Culture at Heliopolis University

    Hoda Shaarawy Theater, 1:30 pm

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  • Mon
    12
    Mar
    2018
    13:30Hoda Shaarway Hall

    Space of Culture Presents

    BEIT EL HEKMA – Heliopolis University Productions

    The Star of Bagdad - Nazik al-Malai’ka –

    The Pioneer of Modern Arabic Lyrics

    A Dedication to one of our greatest poets in the Arab world

    A Poetry Salon

    “What I have written will revolutionize the poetry of the entire Arab world“ (Nazik al-Malai’ka)

    The story is telling her life and the very special moment in 1947 when Nazik al-Malai’ka (1923-2007) had a kind of a spiritual experience, which was the birth of the free verse that was later called “Modern Arabic Poetry”.

    Together with Badr Shakir Al-Sayyab, they broke the rules of the “Quassida,” which was the common rhyme form until mid of the 19th century. Their influence on the young generation of poets was enormous.

    In the beginning of the eighties, Nazik al-Malai’ka fell silent: “I fell silent because my soul could no longer express herself...” Since that time, she started inviting her friends, the poets and writers from all over the world for tea, talking to them – but this happened only in her imagination.

    She died lonely in exile in Cairo in 2007. Her book “The Big Questions of Modern Poetry” is still known until today as an important source for understanding Modern Arabic Poetry.

    Cast (in order of appearance):

    Dorothea Walter

    Marwa Samir

    Maher Elhaggar

    Students from Heliopolis University

    Idea, Text Compilation and Directed by:

    Dorothea Walter

    Special thanks to Hassouna Mosbahi

    Eurythmy-Ensemble Sekem/HU directed by: Martina Dinkel,

    Speech: Esraa Magdy

    Off Voices: Amira Badawy and Aliae Amer

    Lightning: Tamer Elgazzar and Mohamed Abdel Mohsen

    Acoustics: TOMAX Production

    Visual Presentation and Technical Support: Ramy Ahmed

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  • Mon
    19
    Mar
    2018
    13:30Ibn Rushd Hall, Business and Economics Building

    In collaboration with Heliopolis University Students Union, Prof. Dr. Marcelo da Veiga will meet the university students and have a discussion about required skills for the 21st century learners and the expectations for university.

    Prof. Dr. Marcelo da Veiga is a Professor of Philosophy and Social Innovation and the Director of the Institute for Philosophy and Aesthetics. He was the Founding President of Alanus University of Arts and Social Sciences (2002-2017).

    Da Veiga acquired a certification in “Leadership from the Emerging Future” by Presencing Institute of MIT in 2017 and attended the Advanced Management Program by Ashridge Business School in 2012.

    His areas of expertise include social entrepreneurship and philosophy of social innovation, ethics of business, social impact of digitization, block-chain technology, and management in higher education.

    In addition to being a member of the supervisory board of Heliopolis University for Sustainable Development, he is member of the board of VPH- Germany.

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  • Wed
    21
    Mar
    2018
    13:00Ibrahim Abouleish Theater

    As we listen to her fairy tales, Masha Dimitri will perform one of the most fascinating and even breakneck acrobatic shows "Le Fil Rouge" (The Red Thread). The Swiss artist will capture our hearts by her magical balance on the slack wire and inspire us that we can always keep a balanced and therefore a creative life.

    Born in 1964, Masha Dimitri started her professional artistic education at the age of 15 at the National Circus School in Budapest, with the slack wire as her area of specialization.  After two years, she transferred to the Scuola Teatro Dimitri where she studied theatre and continued her training on the slack wire under the guidance of Szilard Székely.

    The show will be at Ibrahim Abouleish Theater, Space of Culture at Heliopolis University on March 21, 2018 at 1:00 pm.

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  • Mon
    26
    Mar
    2018
    13:00Ibn Rushd Hall, Business and Economics Building

    The Space of Culture at Heliopolis University in collaboration with the Center for Arab West Understanding (CAWU) are hosting HE Ambassador Amr Moussa, the former Secretary General of the League of Arab States (LAS) and HE Ambassador Mona Omar, the former General Secretary of the National Council for Women to discuss how internships and academic publishing contribute to the future of sustainable development in Egypt.

    Internships and Academic Publishing is a unique program of the Centre of Arab West Understanding and will be presented by Drs. Cornelis Hulsman, the Academic Supervisor for CAWU Internship Program. It is an excellent example of how intercultural engagement can make a valuable contribution to the success of a sustainable future for Egypt.

    There will also be an opportunity to learn more about CAWU and discuss with students the advantages and options for internships.

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  • Mon
    02
    Apr
    2018
    13:30Hoda Shaarway Hall

    Space of Culture Presents

    BEIT EL HEKMA – Heliopolis University Productions

    In commemoration of the thirtieth anniversary of Mikha’il Na'ima’s Passing:

    A Poetry Salon

    Mikha’il Na'ima (1889-1988 Lebanon) was a poet, novelist, and philosopher. He is also called a spiritual writer because of his remarkable writings about death. He had a unique humanitarian approach. Na’ima is considered as one of the most influential figures in the modern Arabic literature. He wrote 99 books including drama, essays, poetry, criticism, short stories, and biographies. Among his best known books is the “Book of Mirdad“, a mystical text first published in Lebanon in 1948. Besides, he co-founded, along with Khalil Gibran and others, the New York literary society known as the Pen League.

    “In this poetry salon, we chose poems that tackle various topics such as earth, language, silence, imagination, life, ego, death, and justice. We will end by highlighting the importance of spiritual love in our life,” said Hamada Shousha, the event Director.

    Cast

    Tamer Elgazzar

    Students of Heliopolis University

    Music

    Sherif Mostafa

    Light

    Mohamed Abdel Mohsen

    Directed by: Hamada Shousha

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  • Mon
    16
    Apr
    2018
    12:00Ibn Rushd Hall, Business and Economics Building

    Together with Heliopolis University students, Dr. Zahy Hawass will disclose many of the secrets of the pyramids and the ancient Egyptians life. He will also talk about the most recent archaeological discoveries in Egypt.

    Dr. Hawass is an Egyptian archaeologist, an Egyptologist, and former Minister of State for Antiquities Affairs. He has also worked at archaeological sites in the Nile Delta, the Western Desert, and the Upper Nile Valley.

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  • Mon
    23
    Apr
    2018
    13:30Hoda Shaarway Hall

    Space of Culture Presents

    BEIT EL HEKMA – Heliopolis University Productions

    Gibran Khalil Gibran

    A Poetry Salon

     

    April 23rd, 2018

    1.30 pm

    Hoda Shaarawy Hall

    Business and Economics Building

    Second Floor

     

    As a young man, Gibran Khalil Gibran (1883 Lebanon–1931 New York)  emigrated with his family to the United States, where he studied art and began his literary career, writing in both English and Arabic. In the Arab world, Gibran is regarded as a literary and political rebel. His romantic style was at the heart of a renaissance in modern Arabic literature, especially prose poetry, breaking away from the classical school. In Lebanon, he is still celebrated as a literary hero.

    Chiefly known was his 1923 book “The Prophet”, an early example of inspirational fiction including a series of philosophical essays written in poetic English prose.

    The play is telling about Gibran’s life, his art of painting, talent and close friends Mi’khail Na'ima and Elia Abu Madi; two important poets as well whom he met in New York. Moreover, the play gives us an insight in the yearlong relationship with May Ziade, also a writer and poet. This relationship was based on correspondence only. The lovers never met but they were deeply inspired by each other.

     

    Cast (in order of appearance)

    Hamada Shousha

    Mohamed Aboalkheir

    Mohamed Reda

    Students of HU

    Written and directed by

    Tamer El Gazzar

    Music

    Steven Simon

    Light

    Tamer El Gazzar

    Eurythmy

    Nashwa Mostafa, Mohamed Mamdouh, students of HU

    Dance

    Mohamed Ismael Team and Tamer El Sayed

    Special thanks to Menna Rashwan, Felix Abouleish and his team, Team of Fine Art

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  • Tue
    24
    Apr
    2018
    11:00Ibn Rushd Hall, Business and Economics Building

    In cooperation with SEKEM Initiative, Heliopolis University for Sustainable Development and the World Future Council will hold a conference entitled “Solutions for Land, Soils and Food in Africa” at the university campus. The conference will shed light on the world champions in combatting desertification and enhancing food security and sustainable land management in Africa.

    The event will bring together international high-level representatives and experts; among them:

    This event aims to raise awareness about exemplary policies and initiatives that are engaged to support sustainable development of lands, soils, and food production in Africa and create synergies between policymakers of international organizations (for instance the UN Convention to Combat Desertification, International Fund for Agricultural Development or the World Future Council) and national stakeholders (ministries, members of parliament, civil society, academia, and media). Thereby, it shall contribute to the protection of life and livelihoods in drylands and help achieve Sustainable Development Goal 15 “Life on Land”.

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  • Mon
    30
    Apr
    2018
    13:30Ibn Rushd Hall, Business and Economics Building

    The poet and novelist Samir Darwish meets Heliopolis University students in a dialogue about poetry and music. Darwish believes that poetry is a form of musical composition. The modern poet makes a harmony between letters, words, sentences, and passages unlike the classical poet who relied on traditional rhyme.

    Samir Darwish is one of the prominent poetical faces of the 1980s. He has 15 collections of poems. The first of which was "Kutofoha and Sioufi" (1991) and the last one is "Mirrors of New York". He also published two novels and a book on political thought.

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  • Mon
    07
    May
    2018
    13:30Hoda Shaarway Hall

    Locked in a story is based on the musical play “Matilda” that was originally a book by the British writer Roald Dahl. The play depicts the life of Matilda who is locked in an unhealthy environment; a dysfunctional family and a ghastly oppressive school. Can she free herself from all these chains and go into the wide open space?

    The cast of the play is a combination of Heliopolis University students and staff members, visiting volunteering professional actors, and children of “Young Scholars of Egypt”. The play is Egyptianized and directed by Effat Yehia. The play is produced by Heliopolis University and sponsored by Young Scholars and The Caravan Independent Theater group.

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  • Wed
    09
    May
    2018
    13:00Hoda Shaarway Hall

    Locked in a story is based on the musical play “Matilda” that was originally a book by the British writer Roald Dahl. The play depicts the life of Matilda who is locked in an unhealthy environment; a dysfunctional family and a ghastly oppressive school. Can she free herself from all these chains and go into the wide open space?

    The cast of the play is a combination of Heliopolis University students and staff members, visiting volunteering professional actors, and children of “Young Scholars of Egypt”. The play is Egyptianized and directed by Effat Yehia. The play is produced by Heliopolis University and sponsored by Young Scholars and The Caravan Independent Theater group.

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  • Mon
    25
    Jun
    2018
    Sat
    07
    Jul
    2018

     Application deadline extended to  June 10, 2018

    The Centre for Arab-West Understanding (CAWU), Sekem Development Foundation (SDF) and Heliopolis University (HU) are organizing an intercultural and international summer school to foster cultural understanding and international friendship, thus promoting peace and sustainable development.

    Lecturers will include a Member of the European Parliament, senior Dutch and Egyptian lecturers. Excursions will include visits to locations in Egypt where intercultural dialogue is practiced. The summer school will be completed with a certificate of participation.

    If you are an open-minded student or young person interested to engage in interreligious and international exchange, you can apply until June 10 to the CAWU or HU (link to the application form see below).  In the application, please state your motivation and why you think you are suited to participate.  A short CV can be helpful to demonstrate this.

    The Summer-School itself, and accommodation at the Heliopolis Student Hostel is sponsored by SGP.  However, we ask for a small contribution towards these costs.  Furthermore, you have to pay for travel to and from Cairo, cost for visa and insurance as well as entrance fees for museums and sites (like the Pyramids).  The contribution for the summer school is of LE 500,- for students enrolled in a Egyptian university (and residents of any transition state) and € 100 - for students enrolled in a university outside Egypt, and/or resident in Europe, North America, Asia or any other part of the world. If you can’t afford these fees you can explain this in the application and ask for a scholarship (see application form).

    For more information about the summer school, please visit: http://www.sekem.com/en/events/

    Registration under:

    https://goo.gl/forms/UYWVbhZ9qVreWO1O2

    Alternatively, you can send an email to info@cawu.org,  kshulsman@cidtegypt.com, or summerschool@hu.edu.eg

     

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  • Tue
    31
    Jul
    2018
    09:00Business and Economics Building

    Heliopolis University Alumni Association in cooperation with the Egyptian Pharmaceutical Students’ Federation – Heliopolis and the University Library is organizing a book fair on the sidelines of the alumni workshop. The invitation is open for all to participate in the fair or donate books. Unsold books will be on sale in SEKEM outlet and its returns will be allocated for charitable activities.

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  • Tue
    31
    Jul
    2018
    09:00Lecture Hall 108, Business and Economics Building

    Heliopolis University Alumni Association in cooperation with the HU Alumni Unit, Research Center, and Job Land organizes HU Alumni Workshop. The workshop will include sessions about professional CV writing, business interviews, entrepreneurship, and freelancing.

     

    Workshop Timeline

     9:00 - 9:30 - Registration

    9:30 - 12:00 - CV Writing and Job interviews (Rehab El Shahawy, Job Land)

    12:00 -12:30 - Break

    12.30 - 1.30 - Introduction to Entrepreneurship (Abdalla Ashraf, HU Research Center)

    1:40 - 3:00 - Introduction to Freelancing (Mohamed Gamal, Zagazig University)

     

     

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  • Wed
    01
    Aug
    2018
    17:00Opposite to Engineering Building, Heliopolis University

     

    The Egyptian singer, actor, composer, director, and songwriter Tamer Hosny will be performing live at Heliopolis University campus on August 1, 2018.

    Join us and enjoy Tamer Hosny's new album!

    Get your ticket now for 250 LE through TicketsMarche!

    Online: http://bit.ly/TamerHosny-TM

    or at TicketsMarche Nearest Outlet: : http://bit.ly/TM_Outlets

    or Call: 16826

    The concert is organized by Heliopolis University Student Union.

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  • Tue
    28
    Aug
    2018
    10:00Business and Economics Building

    Heliopolis University Alumni Unit and Alumni Association organize a workshop about local and international postgraduate studies. Speakers will discuss post graduate application processes, opportunities, and challenges.

     

     

    Workshop Agenda

    10:00 - 11:00: Applying to Foreign Universities, by Yassin Elsherief.

    11:00 -12.30: Studying in Germany, Challenges and opportunities, by Mohamed Anwar and Omar Eldahan.

    12:30 - 1:00: Coffee Break

    1:00 -1:45: Postgraduate Studies in Business - Helwan University, by Omnia Khalid.

    1:45- 2:30: Master of Engineering - Ain Shams University, by Mohamed Reda.

    2:30 - 3:15: Postgraduate Studies in Pharmacy, Personal Experience, by Hala Helal.

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  • Mon
    24
    Sep
    2018
    09:30Ibn Rushd Hall, Business Building

    In collaboration with the Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (HumanDHS) and its World Dignity University initiative, Heliopolis University for Sustainable Development is pleased to host the 31st Annual Conference of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies from 21st – 24th September 2018. This year the conference will be held under the title “Dignity and Innovation - Strategies for a Sustainable Future, with a Special Focus on Sustainable Agriculture and Water.” The conference aims at encouraging collaboration, sharing achievements, and exchanging views on challenges to promoting dignity.

    The conference’s main goal is to cultivate a unique learning environment, enriched by the diverse experiences, perspectives, and backgrounds of all participants. That is why the conference has been convened in many notable locations around the world since 2003, including in Europe (Paris, Berlin, Oslo, and Dubrovnik), Costa Rica, China, India, Hawai'i, Turkey, New Zealand, South Africa, Rwanda, Chiang Mai in Northern Thailand.

    31st Annual Conference of Human Dignity: 21st – 23rd September, 2018

    Location: Ecovillage, Belbeis, Ard El-Katiba, Galvina - SEKEM, El Sharkia (1 hour from Cairo airport).

    Participants will be joined together as a collaborative community to explore the urgent need for dignity and innovation for a sustainable future with respect to agriculture and water.

        “KARAMA – Dignity is a result of love coming from peace like water comes from a water spring”

    Public Event at Heliopolis University: Monday 24th September, 9:30 – 14:00

    Climate Change, Sustainable Agriculture, and Food Security in relation to Human Dignity

    Location: Ibn Rushd Hall, Heliopolis University

     

    9:30 – 10:00

     

    Welcome and visit to the arts exhibition and experience

     

    10:00 – 10:15

    Opening and Welcome Address, Helmy Abouleish (Chair of the Board of Trustees, Heliopolis University)
     

    10:15 – 10:30

    Welcome Address, Ragnhild Nilsen (SEKEM Scandinavia) and Evelin Lindner (World Dignity University)
     

    10:30 – 10:45

    Introduction to the Open Space Methodology, Mohamed Anwar (Centre of Education for Sustainable Development, Heliopolis University)
     

    10:45 – 11:30

    Open Space Process, facilitated by Dr. Omar Ramzy, Director of Centre of Education for Sustainable Development
     

    11:30 – 13:00

     

    Groups Gathering

     

    13:00 –14:00

     

    Lunch

     

    14:00 – 14:30

     

    Active Interaction

     

    14:30 – 15:30

     

    Groups Presentation

    About Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (HumanDHS)

    Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies is a diverse transdisciplinary network of scholars, researchers, educators, practitioners, creative artists, and others, all devoted to building human dignity, locally and globally. It currently consists of around 1,000 personally invited members from all continents, with more than 7,000 friends. All efforts are a collaborative labor of love and maintained entirely by volunteers who give their time and energy as a gift.

    About World Dignity University initiative (WDUi)

    In 2011, HumanDHS launched the World Dignity University initiative. It is an invitation to all educators and learners who are interested in dignity to contribute with their gifts.

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  • Wed
    26
    Sep
    2018
    17:30Ibrahim Abouleish Theater

    With great pride, we are sending our sustainable development champions into a brighter future.

    Heliopolis University for Sustainable Development is honored to invite you to attend Class of 2018 Graduation Ceremony on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 in Ibrahim Abouleish Theater at the university campus at 5:30 pm.

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  • Mon
    08
    Oct
    2018
    14:30Hoda Shaarawy Theater, Business Building

    Beside lots of entertainment, you will find “Locked in a Story” highlights one of our most important issues: education systems. Ms. Trunchat, the Headmistress in the play, is focused on rigidity and discipline. Her world is sorted into winners and losers and if you follow the rules everything is perfect. We are stressing our children with such old fashioned beliefs which are simply destructive. Heliopolis University is totally in accordance with the movement of renewing education in Egypt. “The next year is devoted to education,“ says our Minister of Education.

    Come and enjoy. We will  let you inspire for a new education system.

    “Locked in a Story“ is a musical based on "Matilda" that was originally a book by the British writer Roald Dahl and directed by Effat Yehia.

     

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  • Wed
    10
    Oct
    2018
    10:00 am - 3:00 pmIbn Rushd Hall, Business Building

    In cooperation with the Austrian Development Agency and SEKEM Energy Sustainable Solutions, Heliopolis University is pleased to host the international conference "PV Applications in Egypt: Strategies to Meet the Challenges of the Future.” International experts
    and researchers will participate in the conference to share interesting experiences and developments about Photovoltaic (PV) projects in Egypt. They will also discuss the potential role of photovoltaic in Egypt and future challenges and chances.

    Since the Photovoltaic sector in Egypt faced a turbulent time in the previous years, participants will discuss innovative strategies for the photovoltaic market in Egypt with an expert delegation from Egypt and Austria.

    Conference Agenda

    09:30 – 10:00 Registration and Welcome Coffee

    10:00 – 10:20 Opening and Welcome Ceremony

                              Mr. Helmy Abouleish (Sekem Foundation)

                             Conference Moderation: Prof. Hani Sewilam (RWTH Aachen University)

    10:20 – 12:00 Session 1: Previous PV applications in Egypt, -Experience gained for the future

    • PV Applications at the Campus. A Holistic Energy Transition at the University.

    Prof. Rasha Elkholy (Heliopolis University, Dean of Engineering)

    • Paving New Ways for Sustainable Photovoltaic Solutions in Egypt

    Bakk. Birgit Birnstingl, Michael Puttinger BSc. (Sekem Energy GmbH)

    • PV Pumping Technologies, Physical Background and Current Research Outputs.

    Prof. Lothar Henry Fickert (Graz University of Technology), Sebastian Ehrmann BSc. (Sekem   Energy)

    • Shaping Photovoltaic Technicians of Tomorrow. PV in the Dual Education System.

                  DI (FH) Rene Bischof (BFI Burgenland)

    • BIPV (Building Integrated PhotoVoltaic), Austrian Technology for Modern Buildings.

    Architect Mohamed El Sokkary, (Summit Solar Energy)

    • Panel discussion: Sustainability of PV Applications. Lessons Learned, Open Research Questions.

    12:00 – 12:15 Handout Ceremony of “PV Technician TOT” Participants

    Group picture (all)

    12:15 – 13:00 Coffee and Snacks; Networking break, Sponsored by PVP, Innovative high performance Glass modules, made in Austria

    13:00 – 14:45 Session 2: General Framework and Policies for PV Projects in Egypt, Strategies for the Future.

    • Schemes to Push PV in Egypt, Previous Experiences, Actual Adaptions and Future Outlook

    NREA

    • Photovoltaic Applications and RE Strategies in the Housing Sector

    Dr. Mohamed Abdellatif Abdelhalim, Director of Central Unit for Sustainable Cities & Renewable Energy at NUCA

    • PV Framework in Egypt, Experiences and Findings for the Future

    Mr. Ashraf Kraidy (Planning Director, RCREEE)

    • Financing Opportunities for PV Projects, Large Scale Experiences

    Mrs. Marlene Merl (Merl Solar Technologies GmbH)

    • Foreign Investments or Domestic Investments? PV in Egypt Seen from Outside

    Dr. Reinhard Schanda, Attorney at Law, Board Member of WEB Windenergie AG (International Developer and Operator of Renewable Energy Plants)

    • Panel Discussion: Framework and Policies for PV in Egypt. Strategies for the Future.

    14:45 – 15:30 Networking Buffet

    The conference is open for public. For registration, please contact Michael Puttinger or Naglaa Ahmed.

     

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  • Mon
    15
    Oct
    2018
    14:30Hoda Shaarawy Theater, Business Building

    Beside lots of entertainment, you will find “Locked in a Story” highlights one of our most important issues: education systems. Ms. Trunchat, the Headmistress in the play, is focused on rigidity and discipline. Her world is sorted into winners and losers and if you follow the rules everything is perfect. We are stressing our children with such old fashioned beliefs which are simply destructive. Heliopolis University is totally in accordance with the movement of renewing education in Egypt. “The next year is devoted to education,“ says our Minister of Education.

    Come and enjoy. We will  let you inspire for a new education system.

    “Locked in a Story“ is a musical based on "Matilda" that was originally a book by the British writer Roald Dahl and directed by Effat Yehia.

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  • Mon
    22
    Oct
    2018
    14:30Ibn Rushd Hall, Business Building

    The Core Program is pleased to invite you to attend the opening of its art exhibition "Impressive," at which you will see how Heliopolis University students could create extraordinary paintings inspired by contemporary Egyptian artists.

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  • Tue
    23
    Oct
    2018
    12:30Faculty of Physical Therapy, Room 303pt

    Heliopolis University Alumni Unit in cooperation with the Faculty of Pharmacy and Drug Technology is pleased to announce October Workshop under the title "How to Write a Research Article?" by Dr. Ahmed Taha, Lecturer of Chemistry at the Faculty of Pharmacy and Drug Technology, Heliopolis University.

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  • Mon
    29
    Oct
    2018
    14:30Ibn Rushd Hall, Business Building

    Learn More about

    LOYAC

    Internship and Volunteering Programs

    with

    Manal Abd Al Rouf

    Managing Director - LOYAC Egypt

    LOYAC is a non-profit organization working towards empowering youth in the Arab region through providing them with local and international opportunities that enhance their professional development and personal growth.

    LOYAC was founded in Kuwait in 2002 and has expanded its operations in Lebanon, Jordan, Yemen, and most recently in Egypt. Our programs are free of charge for students aged from 16 to 23.

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  • Mon
    05
    Nov
    2018
    14:30Ibn Rushd Hall, Business Building

    Space of Culture is pleased to invite to enjoy the oriental music and melodies with Elharamlek Band. Elharamlek Band is one of the leading emerging bands in Egypt and the Middle East, with its unique composition of a highly talented all females musicians and singers. It was established by Dr. Marwa Abdel Momeim in 2017.

    Elharamlek participated, with great success, in several concerts in Beit el Seheimy (whereby the band was initially, publicly, and successfully introduced) followed by several concerts in Saqiet el Sawy, Baheia Hospital, Chidren Cancer Hospital 57357, and several clubs in Egypt.

    During the event, some HU students will share their experience with international internships. Come to listen to their educational adventure stories.

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  • Tue
    06
    Nov
    2018
    13:00Faculty of Physical Therapy, Room 303pt

    Heliopolis University Alumni Unit in cooperation with the Core Program is pleased to organize an "IELTS Orientation Session." IELTS stands for the International English Language Testing System, which is an international standardized test of English language proficiency for non-native English language speakers.

    The session will be presented by Eman Gamal, an EFL Instructor (Teacher of English as a Foreign Language) at HU English Department.

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  • Mon
    19
    Nov
    2018
    14:30Ibn Rushd Hall, Business Building

    In memory of Prophet Muahmmad’s birth, we will listen to Al-Boseiri and Ahmed Shawki’s verses praising Prophet Muhammad.

    Recitaiton:

    Dr. Ahmed Ghobashi

    Hamada Shousha

    Mohamed Mamdouh

    Nashwa Ahmed

    Israa Magdy

    Music: Sherif Mostafa

    Singing: Sherif Kabbani and Hayam Abdu

    Directed by: Tamer Elgazzar

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  • Mon
    26
    Nov
    2018
    14:30Ibn Rushd Hall, Business Building

    Why will Egypt get rid of rice cultivation? .. How does the Ministry of Environment seek to reduce air pollution, especially in Cairo? To what extent have we succeeded in recycling waste? Young people have many questions that revolve around current critical environmental issues.

    Therefore, we are pleased to invite you to attend an open discussion under the title "Get your Questions Answered by Environmental Experts!" The main topics will be about the efforts of the Ministry of Environment related to how to confront acute air pollution within the framework of sustainable development, national water security and its correlation with the rationing of rice cultivation, and the cooperation protocol between the Ministries of Environment and Agriculture towards an optimized reuse of agricultural residues.

    Also, the experts will present a short briefing of the discussions that took place in the UN Biodiversity Conference (COP14) that was held in Sharm El Sheikh this month.

    The experts who will join the discussions are Ms. Azza Hussein Hamdy, Director of the NGO Unit, Greater Cairo Branch and Ministry of Environment and Eng. Abdel Latif Khaled, Head of Irrigation Sector, Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation.

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  • Tue
    27
    Nov
    2018
    12:30Faculty of Physical Therapy, Room 303pt

    Heliopolis University Alumni Unit is pleased to invite you to "Universities' Eminent Role to Establish Environmental Concepts" workshop. Two crucial environmental issues will be discussed in the workshop that are: the role of universities in establishing environmental concepts and the carbon and water footprints.

    The workshop will be presented by Dr. Jihan William, Clean Energy Manager and Eng. Ahmed Mostafa, Sustainable Energy General Manger at the Egyptian Ministry of Environment.

     

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  • Thu
    29
    Nov
    2018
    Thu
    06
    Dec
    2018
    9:00 am - 4:00 pmFaculty of Business Entrance Hall

    In cooperation with the General Egyptian Book Organization (GEBO), Heliopolis University for Sustainable Development organizes the First Book Fair starting Thursday, November 29 for ten days until December 9 from 9 am to 4 pm. The exhibition includes the latest literary works issued by the organization in addition to specialized scientific references in Arabic and English in pharmacy, engineering, medicine, agriculture and business with huge discounts.

    The fair includes more than 1,500 literary and scientific titles with more than 1,000 copies at discounted prices that may not exceed 10 pounds. Visitors also will receive free invitations to Cairo Annual International Book Fair organized by the Ministry of Culture.

    The exhibition will be inaugurated by Prof. Mohammed Yousry Hashem, Heliopolis University President together with Prof. Haitham El-Hajj, Chairman of the General Egyptian Book Organization and a number of the organization and Ministry of Culture’s officials.

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  • Sun
    02
    Dec
    2018
    10:00 am - 4:00 pmEntrepreneurship Center for Social Impact

    In cooperation with HU Entrepreneurship Center for Social Impact, HU Alumni Unit is pleased to invite you to the Entrepreneurship Workshop that will be facilitated by Dr. Jane Hanna, Acting Director of HU Entrepreneurship Center.

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  • Mon
    03
    Dec
    2018
    14:30Hoda Shaarawy Theater, Business Building

    Six women from different time eras tell their stories of how they survived their patriarchal societies. "Scream" is a play where fiction and reality overlap. Adapted and partly written by the Director and Playwright Effat Yehia, "Scream" opens a window for the female voices and screams.

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  • Tue
    04
    Dec
    2018
    14:30Hoda Shaarawy Theater, Business Building

    Six women from different time eras tell their stories of how they survived their patriarchal societies. "Scream" is a play where fiction and reality overlap. Adapted and partly written by the Director and Playwright Effat Yehia, "Scream" opens a window for the female voices and screams.

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  • Sun
    09
    Dec
    2018
    14:30Faculty of Physical Therapy, Room 312pt

    In cooperation with Sona'a Al-Haya Association at 10th of Ramadan, Heliopolis University Alumni Unit is pleased to  hold a workshop about the "Importance of Voluntary Work." The workshop will be presented by Youssef Adel Hamed, Co-Founder of Sona'a Al-Haya Association at 10th of Ramadan and Founder and Chair of the Board of Trustees of Al Masry Be'akhla'ou Foundation.

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  • Mon
    10
    Dec
    2018
    14:30Ibn Rushd Hall, Business Building

    The Space of Culture is hosting Dr. Gehad Ibrahim, a Human Development Lecturer, Member of Parliament, and a Swimming Champion in Egypt and Bassam Elkhory, an Expert on Human Development certified by  Professor Edward De Bono Six Thinking Hats to give a session on how to overcome barriers to achieve your dreams, and how to turn your dreams into real life goals.

     

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  • Mon
    17
    Dec
    2018
    14:30Hoda Shaarawy Theater, Business Building

    The Journey of the Deep End is the journey into the depth and deep feelings of Mahmud Darwish. Darwish was a Palestinian poet and author who was regarded as the Palestinian national poet. He won numerous awards for his works. Darwish used Palestine as a metaphor for the loss of Eden, birth and resurrection, and the anguish of dispossession and exile. And he was writing about love in it’s different meanings. He has been described as the man of action whose action is poetry. When he was reading poetry, he filled entire football stadiums.

    Director: Hamada Shousha

    Speakers: Nashwa Ahmed, Tamer Elgazzar, Esraa Magdy, Nourhan Hamdy, Zeynab, and Sherif Qabbani

    Music: Sherif Mostafa

    Light: Mohamed Abdel Mohsen

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  • Sat
    22
    Dec
    2018
    09:00Ibn Rushd Hall, Business Building

    The Faculty of Pharmacy and Drug Technology at Heliopolis University is pleased to announce its First Annual Conference on Sustainable Development Implementation in Pharmaceutical Research and Education that will be held in the university campus in Cairo on December 22nd, 2018.

    The Conference will provide a forum for sharing ideas, presenting research endings, and discussing professional issues relevant to sustainable development in pharmaceutical science.

    High-profile speakers will join the conference to share most recent updates about sustainable development in many aspects of the pharmaceutical filed including research, education, practice, and legislation.

    Submit Your Poster Now!

    The Scientific Program Committee invites you to submit one or more abstracts for the poster session through the email address quality.pharmacy@hu.edu.eg before December 15, 2018. Please follow the following template to compose your abstarct:

    Title: Times New Roman, size 14, Bold,

    Authors: Authora, Authorb, Author(size 12, Times New Roman)

    Affiliation: (size 10, Times New Roman)

    Abstract: (Bold, size 12)

    Text: regular, size 12, max. 200 words

    Keywords: Bold, size 12, max. 5 words

    Registration is free and we will announce the procedures together with the agenda very soon.

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