Recording the wishes of 152 students in coordination labs 






Electronic coordination at the South Valley University’s labs, under the auspices of the university president, Prof. Dr. Abbas Mansour receiving the first phase students to record their wishes in its labs allocated by the university, both at the university in Qena and its branches in Luxor and the Red Sea.
Director of the University Information Center, Ali Fikry pointed out that the coordination process is witnessing a great calm at this stage, where the students register their wishes with easily and conveniently, the number of who have register their wishes until Saturday at the University of Qena reached about 96 students, 33 students at the Faculty of Fine Arts and 23 students at the Faculty of Education in Hurghada. This stage will continue until seven pm on the first Monday of August.










The faculty looks forward to provide educational chances on high level, develop creative skills, develop staff members' skills through veterinary services, use all scientific and technological ways in education for its students through active participation with society's institutions and organizations


The faculty looks forward to be distinguished and leader on the local, national and international level in Veterinary Medicine faculty through graduating sufficient veterinarians who are capable of the professional practice ,continuous education and doing researches to serve society and developing environment according to the general quality standards