AlAlamein International University and University of Louisville are launching two joint programmes: a bioengineering programme, and a computer science and engineering programme.
AlAlamein International University and the University of Louisville have signed a cooperation deal to create two joint programmes for engineering students: a bioengineering programme, and a computer science and engineering programme.
Students will be asked to complete the first three years at AlAlamein International University. Afterwards, they will be given the option to spend the next two years at the University of Louisville, or be taught by University of Louisville professors at AlAlamein International University.
After graduation, students will receive a double degree; a Bachelor's degree from the University of Louisville, and a mirrored Bachelor's degree from AlAlamein International University. Outstanding students will be eligible for a training opportunity, as well as a job offer in the United States.