The Institute of Aviation Engineering and Technology is an Egyptian private educational institute established in 1997 with five years of study in English. Cairo University is developing the study regulations and participating in teaching and supervision of the educational process under an agreement signed on 12/10/1997. The Institute is under the supervision of the Ministry of Higher Education under Decree No. 925 for the year 2000. The institute is located at Airport Road in Bambaba - Giza - Egypt. The Institute is awarded a bachelor's degree in engineering accredited by the Ministry of Higher Education and an equivalent from the Supreme Council of Universities in one of the following disciplines (aeronautical engineering, electronic engineering and electrical communications department, electrical engineering and electrical engineering department, mechanical engineering department, civil engineering, architecture)
The Aviation Engineering and Technology Institute aspires to achieve leadership and excellence and to occupy a prominent position locally and regionally in the fields of engineering and aviation technology in teaching, learning and community service
The aeronautical engineering and technology institute seeks to prepare qualified and skilled graduates who will be able to compete locally and regionally to keep pace with the needs of the labor market and scientific and technological developments. This will enable them to work and serve the society and meet its requirements while ensuring that values are upheld.
History of the Institute
Due to the continuous development in the fields of engineering and aviation technology, which coincided with the development of the electronics industry, computers and the use of satellites in navigation and air communication, it was necessary to develop curricula and educational programs to cope with this development in order to graduate qualified engineering cadres in these fields. In order to achieve this, the Institute of Engineering and Aeronautics Technology has concluded a cooperation agreement with the Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, for the purpose of developing the study regulations, participating in teaching and supervision of the educational process and examinations. The agreement was signed on 12 October 1997.
The study began in accordance with the new curriculum under this agreement in the academic year 1997/1998 in two scientific sections:
Electronics and Communication Engineering
In 2000, the Institute's administration submitted to the Ministry of Higher Education a request to put the Institute under its supervision. The Ministerial Decision No. 925 of 2000 was issued by the Institute of Engineering and Aviation Technology under the supervision of the Ministry of Higher Education. The acceptance of students through the Office of the Coordination of Admission to Universities and Institutes, 2001. The first batch was issued from the aeronautical, electronics and communications engineering departments in May 2002. The ministerial decree No. 53 of 2002 was issued by the Supreme Council of Universities by comparing the certificate granted by the institute to the bachelor degree granted by the Egyptian universities. The ministerial decision of the Minister of Higher Education and the State for Scientific Research No. 715 of 2003 was issued by establishing two sections:
And were included in the guide of the Office for the Coordination of Admission to Universities and Higher Institutes and began their studies at the Institute. As of the academic year 2003/2004 and to complete the required disciplines, the management of the Institute of Engineering and Technology of Aviation established two new sections:
Electrical Power and Machinery Engineering
Then, after the revolution of January 25, the institute's dependence on the Ministry of Civil Aviation was transferred to the Ministry of Higher Education under the decisions of the Minister of Higher Education and the State of Scientific Research No. 978, 1030 of 2011.
Deans of the Institute
The current dean of the institute, Dr. Ahmed M. Salah Eddin Auf, Professor of Architecture at the Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, since September 2013, and reminds him that he restored calm and regular study after three years in which the Institute suffered from strikes and irregularity. He established a new administrative structure and adopted an open door approach for all students, staff, and teaching staff. He reiterated the importance of the laboratories and workshops as the most important feature of the Institute and re-activated the cooperation agreement with Cairo Engineering and the cooperation agreement with the Aviation Academy to raise the academic level of the Institute. The Institute was headed by Dr. Eng. Ali El Gendy from 1997 to 2011 in 2011. After the success of the revolution of 25 January, a number of demonstrations took place at the Institute. Ali al-Jundi, which exceeded his dismissal from the presidency of the Institute and the dismissal of all the board of directors was appointed d. Qadri al-Badawi to succeed him until September 2011 and then was appointed by Dr. Said Mujahid for a year then was appointed Dr. Kadawi Badawi until mid 2013
The Institute is housed
The main building (the Dean Building) (Building 6000) contains six stands, a Dean's office, a secretarial office, a security desk, two teaching rooms and a rest room for the recruits.
Al-Hanjar Building (Building 4000). It contains chapters and rooms for the reciter, workshops, lathe, carpentry, metal casting, welding, painting halls, engine factories and workshops.
The new building (building 3000) is specially designed with three stands, classrooms, a laboratory and rooms for teachers.
The administration building (building 2000) contains the administration of the institute, namely students affairs, education affairs, control, safe and printing press.
Library and cafeteria building