Discover Heliopolis University’s Events
Mon18Feb201914:30Ibn Rushd Hall, Business BuildingShow further details
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.
Mon25Feb201914:30Hoda Shaarawy Theater, Business BuildingShow further details
Kandil is seeking truth, justice, and Gaballand to help his country when he returns home. So, he starts traveling through different countries, political systems, lifestyles, and beliefs. He has to face hard times on this journey.
The story of Ibn Fatum is a story of a seeker and Naguib Mahfouz gives as an insight of his journey. But Mahfouz is also putting something essential into our focus without naming it. He is genius in describing a political system without naming it.
“Ibn Fatouma” is adapted by Mohamed Mamdouh in cooperation with the Speech, Poetry, and Acting Department of the Core Program.
Mon15Apr201918:00Ibn Rushd HallShow further details
We are honored to invite you to attend the wonderful concert "Yalla Music" and enjoy a distinctive collection of songs that will surprise the concert .. Singing beloved German artist Andreas and emerging artist Hajar with a very special musical orchestra ...
Singing: Andreas Kalbhin, Hajar Muslim
Guitar: Felipe Fingolo
Piano: Sherif Mostafa
Guitar: Nourhan Hamdy
Drum: Ashraf Mohammed Abu Saleh
Bass: Stephen Simon
Dave: Abdel Wahab Walid
Mon22Apr201911:00 am - 12:00 pmShow further details
The Alumni Unit is organizing a workshop on the importance of papyrus and its history and the village of Qaramous leading in its manufacture with practical activity provided by Amal Mahmoud from Zagazig University.
The workshop is held at the House of Arts in the basic program
Mon22Apr20192:30pm - 4:00pmFaculty of Physical TherapyShow further details
AMIDEAST Cairo orientation will be facilitated by Yasmine El-Roweiny, Omnia Abdalla and Youmna Khalil, Education USA advisers- AMIDEAST Cairo. They will elaborate on grants and scholarships by Fullbright, Onsi Sawiris Foundation, and Education AMIDEAST USA.
Mon24Jun201914:30Ibn Rushd HallShow further details
The Space of Culture has the pleasure to invite you to listen to 13-year-old piano player Dana Mohsen. Dana learned to play the piano by Braille music notation. She won two rewards in the International Chopin Piano Competition at the Cairo Conservatoire. She will play pieces by Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, and Chopin.
Sun07Jul2019Sun14Jul201909:00SEKEM FarmShow further details
The SEKEM Development Foundation (SDF), Heliopolis University for Sustainable Development (HU) and Centre for Arab-West Understanding (CAWU) are organising a summer school : ‘Intercultural Dialogue for a Sustainable Future’ from July 7 until July 14 to foster the understanding of cultural diversity and international friendship, thus promoting peaceful and sustainable development.
During the Summer School, participants will explore different ways of meeting each other beyond the boundaries of different cultures, languages, nations, religions and gender.
Inspiring lecturers from CAWU (Center for Arab-West Understanding) will lead a journey through Egyptian history and the roots of different religions. Facilitators from the core program at Heliopolis University will guide us to interact with each other in a creative way with different arts: painting, movement, acting and singing. We will also have self-organised time where we explore emerging topics, share perspectives from our different countries and cultures and practice peaceful and constructive dialogue. There will be also space for participants to be actively leading a session themselves. Through this, we will explore important topics such as cultural relations between Europe and the Middle East, interreligious dialogue, the role of the arts in intercultural dialogue and Interfaith cooperation.
The workshop will be completed with a certificate of participation.
The Summer School is an offer to open-minded students or young persons interested to engage in interreligious and international exchange. The program will be held in English. Applications should be sent until June 27.
The Summer School will be held at the SEKEM Farm.
The standard fee is 120€ including accommodation and food and LE800 for students enrolled in a Egyptian university. If you want to participate, but you can’t afford these fees you can explain this in the application. We will find a way to support you.
Costs for travel, visa, insurance are not included.
For more questions contact : email@example.com
Traveling to Egypt
Tue03Sep2019Wed04Sep201909:00Ibn Rushd HallShow further details
Global Health Emerging Leaders Program is an innovative course set to bring global health learning to future generation of leaders in health. It is run by the Global Health Focus Africa international organization in cooperation with Heliopolis University Student Union which will initiate the conference for the first time in Egypt.
Registration is open for both Heliopolis University students and external students. Registration fees include meals and education program.
For Heliopolis university students 150 L.E
For other universities' students 300 L.E .
For registration please submit your application through the following google form:
For inquiries, please contact Youssry Mohamed
Thank you for being interested in joining Global Health Emerging Leaders Program 2019.
Wed11Sep201910:00Faculty of Organic AgricultureShow further details
We have the pleasure to host the Australian agronomist Tony Rinaudo, who has received the Right Livelihood Award (The Alternative Nobel Prize) last year. Having lived and worked in Africa for several decades,
he has discovered and put in practice a solution to the extreme deforestation and desertification of the Sahel region.
Do not miss his session on Wednesday, September 11 at 10 am to tell
his story in the Faculty of Organic Agriculture.
Photo Credit: Wolfgang Schmidt
Thu12Sep201910:30Ibn Rushd HallShow further details
Transitioning to sustainable food and agriculture systems is critical to tackle malnutrition, social injustice, land degradation, water scarcity, climate change, loss of biodiversity, and agroecology plays a key role therein. In 2018, the World Future Council awarded, in partnership with the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and IFOAM – Organics International, exemplary policies that scale up agroecology, and recognized, in collaboration with the Startup TAGS, effective practices that empower small-scale food producers. Also a number of award-winning experts promote scaling up agroecology. At this event we take a closer look at World Champions advancing the much needed transformation of our food systems and will discuss especially solutions from Africa.
Mon16Sep201911:00Faculty of Business and EconomicsShow further details
Prof. Herbert Girardet is a cultural ecologist, working as an international consultant and author. He is a member of the Club of Rome, the World Future Council and the World Academy of Art and Science, and an honorary fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects. He is a former chairman of the Bristol-based Schumacher Society. He is a recipient of a UN Global 500 Award for outstanding environmental achievements. He has developed sustainability strategies for London and, as ‘Thinker in Residence’, for Adelaide, South Australia. He produced 50 TV documentaries on environmental topics for major broadcasters. His 13 books include EARTHRISE (1992), THE GAIA ATLAS OF CITIES (1992 and 1996); CITIES, PEOPLE, PLANET – Urban Development and Climate Change (2004 and 2008); A RENEWABLE WORLD – Energy, Ecology, Equality (2009), and CREATING REGENERATIVE CITIES (2014).
Mon16Sep201914:30Ibn Rushd HallShow further details
We have the pleasure to invite you to meet World Future Councillors
Co-founder, Women's Environment and Development Organization and founder of Sinal Do Vale,
Anna R. Oposa,
Co-Founder, Save Philippine Seas and Global Shaper, Manila Hub, World Economic Forum, and
CEO of Sekem Group, and Chair of the Board of Trustees, Heliopolis University
As part of the Women’s Global Movement, Thais Corral was one of the leaders who actively participated in the Earth Summit in 1992. Together with American Congress representative, Bella Abzug, and Nobel Award winner, Wangari Mathaai, she founded WEDO (Women’s Environment and Development Organization). Ms. Corral is the founder and current director of two established and nationally recognized non-profit organizations in Brasil, REDEH (Network of Human Development) and CEMINA (Communication, Education, Information and Adaptation). Her current most important initiative is SINAL do Vale, a 400 acres agro-forestry farm, near Rio de Janeiro. SINAL is a platform which encompasses several initiatives geared to educate young entrepreneurs to embrace resilience at the local level. SINAL Retreat is also a space where leaders from around the world come to cultivate their wellbeing and refine their strategies.
Anna R. Oposa is the Co-Founder and Chief Mermaid of Save Philippine Seas (SPS), to conserve and restore the Philippines’ coastal and marine resources through information, education, and communication activities and community-based projects. In 2012, Anna founded the Shark Shelter Project, which builds the capacity of local communities in Daanbantayan, Cebu, to protect thresher sharks and their coastal and marine resources. In 2015, she founded the Sea and Earth Advocates Camp in partnership with the U.S. Embassy in the Philippines, an environmental education and leadership program that empowers young Filipinos to be leaders in conservation. To date, the SEA Camp has trained over 200 youth leaders in the Philippines and Southeast Asia.
Mon23Sep201914:30Ibn Rushd HallShow further details
"Start with Art"to inspire you and allow you to immerse yourself in various kinds of art performances. There will be music, acting, fine arts, and movement.
So please do join us!
Mon30Sep201914:30The Garden next to ISI CafeShow further details
The Space of Culture has the pleasure to invite you to attend a performance by the "Acrobatic Group" from the National Circus. There will be juggling, balancing act, unicycle ride and more Monday, 30 September 2019 2:30 pm In the garden next to ISICafe
Mon21Oct20192:30 pm - 3:30 pmIsiCafe GardenThe Space of Culture has the pleasure to invite you to attend a music concert by the Egyptian brass band El Nafikha.You will get to enjoy a variety of oriental music.Mohamed Sawwah - TrumpetMoustafa Gamal - TrumpetAmir Ibrahim - TromboneAhmed Ismael - TromboneMasai Okajima - TubaKhaled El Sayes - PercussionSameh Shaaban - Drums
Mon21Oct20198:30 am - 11:30 amShow further details
The competition launch will be accompanied by a number of awareness sessions about four main topics that are: obesity causes and hazards, different diets, exercise programs, and fat burning methods.
All these approaches will be achieved by the physical therapy staff with the participation of students
Dr. Doaa Tammam
Dr. Ismail Hosny
Dr. Alshaimaa Alsayed
Dr. Hind Elsherif
Dr. Khalid Safawt
Vice Dean for Students Affairs
Ass.prof/ Engy El Nahass
Dean of the faculty of physical therapy
Prof. Samir Elgazzar
Mon28Oct20192:00 pm - 5:30 pm Ibn Rushd HallShow further details
Agenda for the Seminar of Prof. Fickert Lothar
2:30 – 3:30 PM Austrian Choir (Or tour visit to the faculty of Engineering, Heliopolis University if you come later than 2:30)
3:30 – 4:30 PM Lecture of Prof. Fickert
4:30 – 4:45 PM Coffee Break
4:45 – 5:30 PM Open Discussion
5:30 PM End of the Seminar
Looking forward to see you
Mon28Oct20192:30 pm - 3:30 pmIbn Rushd Hall
Mon04Nov20192:30 pm - 3:30 pmIbn Rushd HallHow to Uncover Your True Purpose - Heaven on Earth"Ms. Refa'at teaches ‘Internship in Community Psychology’ and ‘Consultation for Non-profit Organizations’ for M.A. graduate students at the Psychology Department at the American University in Cairo (AUC); she herself graduated from the AUC with a B.A. in Psychology. Her topic will be about finding your quest, your purpose your passion. Three questions that we are going to answer together and share.
Mon04Nov20192:30 pm - 3:30 pmIbn Rushd Hall
"How to Uncover Your True Purpose - Heaven on Earth"Ms. Refa'at teaches ‘Internship in Community Psychology’ and ‘Consultation for Non-profit Organizations’ for M.A. graduate students at the Psychology Department at the American University in Cairo (AUC); he herself graduated from the AUC with a B.A. in Psychology. Her topic will be about finding your quest, your purpose your passion. Three questions that we are going to answer together and share.
Mon18Nov201902:30Ibn Rushd Hall
Connections Made VisibleShe's currently a teacher at the Academy of Anthroposophic Healthcare in Driebergen. She will give "two social movement exercises (with thread and ropes) in which participants in various ways make visible their connections with other people. When we are in a meeting, we are related to each other in a different way, as when we are in some joint activity."
Faculty of Physical Therapy - World Diabetes Day
Under the supervision of Prof. Samir El-Gazzar, Dean of the Faculty of Physical Therapy
Community Service Committee, Faculty of Physical Therapy Inviting you to attend the celebration of the World Diabetes Day
Through the provision of awareness lectures on diabetes and its side effects and methods of prevention and nutrition of diabetics and the role of physical therapy in avoiding complications Blood sugar, blood pressure and body mass rate will also be measured Waiting for you
Mon02Dec20192:30:pm - 4:00pmHeliopolis University Campus
7th Anniversary of Heliopolis University
In 2012 Heliopolis University for Sustainable Development was inaugurated,
and to mark this very special occasion we will be touring with the Drum Light Marching Band across the campus of Heliopolis University and there will be a Talent show by the students of Heliopolis University who will share with us their hidden talents.
Mon09Dec20192:30:pm - 4:00pmIbn Rushd Hall
Money as a path of self-knowledge and personal and social transformation
lecture by Joan Antoni Melé Cartañá
Mr.Cartañá has been a member of the Anthroposophical Society in Spain since the early 1980s before becoming the Society's president. He has over 40 years of experience in the banking sector, and he's currently the president of the "Dinero y Conciencia Foundation" in Spain, promoting, developing and providing training in ethical banking in Latin America.His lecture will be about self-knowledge, and personal transformation and about how the "disconnection of the human being from its transcendental spiritual essence has led to the behavior of incoherent and destructive life. Only reconnecting it with this spiritual essence will allow mankind to face and solve the problems and challenges we confront on an individual, social and environmental level."
Thu12Dec2019Sun15Dec201912:00Show further details
In this Forum, we set camp in SEKEM, where educators, social workers, social innovators from all over the world with different social backgrounds share challenges we face in the 21st century and ideas on creative pedagogical practices for individual & holistic potential-unfolding that can help build a sustainable future.
SIF Egypt 2019: Unfolding Individual Potential for the Future will focus on enhancing the Self to engage in community development through an integral, socially-relevant & artistic approach — where we include education on different levels (formal schooling, higher education, informal skills training & the practice of self-development), as well as potential-unfolding activities within economic, agricultural & cultural settings.
More information: https://www.sif-egypt.org/
Mon16Dec201918:00Hoda Shaarawy Theater
Abou El Fenoon- Arts
The play dives into art and artists, questioning what is arts? why arts? How does it Serve the society?
Directed by Effat Yehia
Actors in order of appearance:
Mon23Dec201918:00Hoda Shaarawy Theater
Ghada Samman meets Nizar Qabbani
Two icons of Arabic love poetry and combatants for the
liberation of women
Beit el Hekma Productions sees its task to preserve Arabic Poetry – one of the largest in the world. The House of Wisdom (Arabic: بيت الحكمة; Bayt al-Hikma) was a major intellectual center during the Islamic Golden Age. It was founded as a library for private use by Caliph Harun al-Rashid (reigned 786 – 809). By the middle of the ninth century, the House of Wisdom had the largest selection of books in the world.
Nancy Elhadidy, Tamer Elgazzar, Hamada Shousha
Idea and Arrangement by Dorothea Walter