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50 schools to be established in New Administrative Capital

CAIRO – 17 September 2018: The New Administrative Capital will feature 50 schools for all categories, including four Japanese schools, an experimental school, a public school and 44 language schools.

Chairman of New Administrative Capital Company Ahmed Zaki Abdeen told Egypt Today that the 40,000-feddan first phase of the new capital will include 50 schools, which will be finished within a year, referring that the government seeks to create real social mobility inside the capital.

Abdeen stressed that a public school will be established inside the new capital at the expense of the company for the categories that cannot afford to register in private and international schools, in addition to an experimental school and four Japanese schools.

Additionally, six international universities as well as the Knowledge City, which will host branches of foreign universities, research, innovation and entrepreneurship centres and a science park, will be founded, Abdeen added.

With an area of 170,000 feddans (176,460 acres), the new capital will include 20 residential areas expected to accommodate 6.5 million people and a 650-kilometer road network. The capital will include an international airport and an electric train to link it with the 10th of Ramadan and El-Salam cities.

It will feature 1,250 mosques and churches, a 5,000-seat conference center, nearly 2,000 schools and colleges, over 600 medical facilities, and a park that is projected to be the world’s largest.

It has been confirmed that the New Administrative Capital will include six international universities from the United States, Britain, Hungary, Canada, Sweden and France, said Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Khaled Abdel Ghaffar early November 2017.

This was during the International Education Conference held in the United Kingdom on Nov.1, 2017, entitled “Cross Boundary Education in Egypt and the Chances of Investment in the Higher Education”.

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