The university president meets with the Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA) team

Dr. Youssef Gharbawy, President of South Valley University, met with the ITIDA team and the German Cultural Institute “Goethe “, who supervised the German language conducted at the University’s Career Development Center (CDC).

The university president praised the fruitful cooperation with the ITIDA and Goethe Institute, which resulted in the development of German language skills with the aim of providing job opportunities in new fields.

Dr. Muhammad Omran, Director of CDC, indicated that this program is the first of its kind in Egyptian universities to develop German speaking skills, qualify young people for the labor market, and create new opportunities in various fields. He also explained that the center seeks to continue cooperation in order to become a home for Goethe Institute exams in the near future.

At the end of the meeting, the university president thanked the ITIDA and Goethe Institute, , as well as the members and volunteers of CDC who play an active role in developing the skills of the labor market among young people.