Alexandria Higher Institute of Engineering and Technology

Alexandria Higher Institute of Engineering and Technology (AIET) is a private institute of higher education founded in 1996 and owned by "Mohamed Ragab Foundation for social Development" which is an organization registered under No. SR 1075 with the Egyptian Government. It was Named "Alexandria Institute Of Technology (AIT)" until 2007 then Changed to "Alexandria Institute Of Engineering and Technology" and The Student graduate from the institute carry A Bachelor's of Engineering in One Of The Institute Field, graduates can also can be a member in Egyptian Engineering Syndicate.

The main objectives of the Institute are to take part in the education of the Egyptian youth as well as those from other countries, and in the advancement of knowledge. The undergraduate curricula are well designed to keep up with the latest developments in each particular field of study so that the engineer will be able to make appropriate decisions based on sound engineering academic and technical principles.

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