IBM protocol with MSA University

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IBM protocol with MSA University

The Faculty of Engineering at MSA University and IBM International signed a protocol of scientific and technical cooperation

 

Within the framework of implementing the university’s vision and strategic plan to achieve leadership in the field of digital transformation and the introduction of modern technology sciences such as artificial intelligence, internet thinking and various areas of modern digital transformation, The Faculty of Engineering signed a cooperation protocol with IBM Egypt with the presence of Prof. Dr. Nahed Sobhi, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, and Eng. Wael Abdosh, General Manager of the company.

 

The protocol aims to annually provide training to all students during the training periods approved by the company, and to allow students to enter the international test approved by IBM free of charge for all students in various areas of digital transformation, in addition to giving the access to faculty members to enter training programs.

 

The protocol also deals with the Student Practical Applications initiative, which aims to have the students implement projects through the use of IBM digital systems in more than one field of digital transformation, in order to support student projects related to artificial intelligence, internet thinking, cloud computing, etc.

 

The protocol signing ceremony was attended by IBM, Engineer Orit Niall and on the behalf of the Faculty of Engineering at MSA University, Prof. Hisham Aref, Vice Dean of the Faculty, Heads of Departments, and the Director of the Faculty’s Training Committee.

 

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