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Banque Misr Foundation for Community Development and Welfare signs Cooperation Protocol with Nile University to Support Students

​Upon its belief in the importance of science and supporting the new generation of scientists, ​​Banque Misr Foundation for Community Development and Welfare (BMFCDW) has signed a protocol on cooperation with Nile University. Mr. Mohamed El-Etreby – Chairman of BMFCDW Board of Trustees has inked the protocol with Dr. Tarek Khalil - President of Nile University, in the presence of Dr. Ali El‐Saeydi - Deputy Chairman of BMFCDW Board of Trustees; and Dr. Ibrahim Badran – Chairman of Nile University Board of Trustees.

The protocol aims to finance the education scholarships for 20 Bachelor students; including 10 scholarships for engineering students, 10 for business management, and five for researchers at post-graduate level in Nile University, and for Bachelor and postgraduate students who have excellent academic records.

It is noteworthy to mention that Banque Misr is highly concerned with the social responsibility, representing a key core in the bank’s principles, supporting it both directly or indirectly, through its Banque Misr Foundation for Community Development and Welfare. This protocol is  a tool to encourage science and support the Egyptian youth’s scientific competencies; it would eventually contribute to develop and upgrade the society and push the wheel of progress forward. Banque Misr has also granted donations to support and develop the universities in Egypt and to patronise the national project for illiteracy in cooperation with Ain Shams University.  Banque Misr Foundation’s role was also illuminated in supporting the development works for a number of schools nationwide.

​​Furthermore, Banque Misr is always seeking to back all the projects related to developing and bolstering the skills of the scientific calibres in the country, stemming from its concern about providing outstanding and highly-technical education that adheres to the international standards.