The Faculty of Urban and Regional Planning is the only integrated Faculty in Egypt and the Middle East at Cairo University in the field of urban and regional planning, and includes four specialized departments in this field:
The college graduate gets the title of engineer and becomes a registered member of
the Engineering Syndicate in the Architecture Department
Cairo University is the second oldest Egyptian university and the third in the Arab world, after Al-Azhar University and the University of Quoraouion.
With the intensification of the assistance of the Egyptian National Movement in the earlytwentieth century, elite leaders of the national action and pioneers of the Enlightenment and Social Thought movement in Egypt, such as Mohammed Abdo, Mustafa Kamel, Mohammed Farid, Qasim Amin, and Saad Zaghloul, announced the establishment of the university on December 21, 1908 with the goal of realizing a dream that has long appealed to the imagination of the people of this country, which is the establishment of a university that will advance the country in various aspects of life, and be a beacon to the basis of free thought and a basis for scientific renaissance and a bridge connecting the country with the sources of science.
On March 11, 1925, a decree was issued to establish the State University in the name of the Egyptian University. It was later renamed Fouad I University then Cairo University after the July 23, 1952 revolution.
Initially, the university consisted of four faculties:
In the same year, the School of Pharmacy in the Faculty of Medicine. On August 22, 1935, a Royal Decree-Law No. 91 was issued integrating the Schools of Engineering, Agriculture, Higher Commerce and Veterinary Medicine in the Egyptian University.
In 1955, the Departments of Pharmacy and Oral and Dental Medicine were separated from the Faculty of Medicine, making them independent Faculties.
Three Cairo University graduates won Nobel Prize.
In 2004 the University was listed among the best 500 universities in the world.
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