President of Beni Suef University: International publication rates and quality of researches and international partnerships lead University's superiority in Times' classification, 1st locally and 114 globally

16 May 2018

Prof. Dr. Mansour Hassan, President of Beni-Suef University, said that the secret of university's superiority in the classification launched by Times entitled ''Merging Economics for 2018''. The university topped all Egyptian universities and occupied the first position and it was ranked 114 out of 378 universities from 25 countries with emerging economies, Due to several factors, the most important of them are the high rates of international publishing for a number of faculty members, the high quality of researches published in the name of university, and the university's distinction in the fields of mathematics, physics, chemistry and inter-science, International partnerships in publishing, research projects, student exchange, and teaching staff, high production rates and performance compared to the financial resources, fair policies and good academic reputation, University's relationship with society and serving the surrounding environment.

He explained that the emerging economies include the country of Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, Czech Republic, Egypt, Greece, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, Morocco, Qatar, Peru, Philippines, Poland, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates. The ranking of Beni Suef University is 114 as the first Egyptian university ahead of universities of Alexandria, Cairo, Mansoura, Ain Shams, Suez Canal, Assiut, and South Valley.

Dr. Mansour Hassan, President of Beni Suef University, said that the university's achievement of the highest rank at the level of all Egyptian universities came as a result of a clear plan and objectives adopted by the university as a way of excellence and harnessed all its energies and potentials in order to achieve them. The University of Beni Suef has established an international classification office affiliated with the university's scientific research development unit, which in turn analyzed strengths and weaknesses and worked on strategies to raise the international classification of the university, which resulted in the university's progress in this classification.