Professor Khelfi Mohamed Faycal, Head of the Higher School of Electrical and Energy Engineering in Oran, Algeria, recently visited SEGi University. The purpose of the visit was to discuss potential research and student exchange collaborations between the two institutions.
Representatives from SEGi University who took part in the discussions included Associate Professor Dr. Madhubala Bava Harji, Acting Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Computing, and Science, Ir. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Tan Yong Chai, Dean of Engineering, Business, and Built Environment, and Dr. Chan Mieow Kee, Deputy Dean of Engineering, Business, and Built Environment.
SEGi University and the Higher School of Electrical and Energy Engineering in Oran have a lot of potential for collaboration. It may allow students from both institutions to benefit from a broader range of educational opportunities, as well as allow academics and researchers to share knowledge and resources.
Algeria has seen a significant increase in demand for higher education over the last few decades, according to the UNESCO Institute of Statistics. In 2018, over 1.6 million students were enrolled in Algerian higher education institutions. The country has made significant investments in education, and it is expected that demand for higher education will increase in the coming years.
This visit from the Higher School of Electrical and Energy Engineering in Oran reflects this trend, and it demonstrates the growing interest in cross-border collaboration among universities and higher education institutions.
SEGi University is well-known for its engineering programmes, and the possibility of collaborating with the Higher School of Electrical and Energy Engineering in Oran could lead to new and exciting research projects in areas such as renewable energy, power systems, and energy management.
In today’s rapidly changing world, collaboration between institutions is becoming increasingly important. Institutions can address complex problems and make meaningful contributions to their communities by leveraging their respective strengths and expertise.
SEGi University and Oran’s Higher School of Electrical and Energy Engineering have the potential to form a strong and mutually beneficial collaboration. The discussions that took place during the visit were a promising start, and it will be exciting to see where this collaboration goes in the future.