The President of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow Jackie Taylor proudly announced that her institute has recently signed a cooperation protocol with the Egyptian Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research.
This move will enhance the efforts of the Royal College in supporting education, training and professional assessment in Egypt’s medical sector, thus helping to follow the highest possible standards of health care.
During a meeting with President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, during his participation in the climate summit held in the UK, she expressed the college’s intent to establish an extended cooperation partnership with Egypt’s specialized authorities. The aim is to share the college’s experience in Egypt’s medical and health care, the official spokesperson for the Presidency said.
Taylor hailed Egypt’s remarkable developments, saying it provides a promising environment for the establishment of that partnership and enhances the chances of its success.
Sisi affirmed Egypt’s interest in developing the education sector in its various areas and scientific research, as well as upgrading the medical sector, through establishing partnership relations with high-level international institutions, including prestigious British institutions.
Sisi praised the cooperation protocol with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow as one of the most important bilateral cooperation projects between the two countries, which opens up prospects for cooperation with other British universities and research bodies in various fields in accordance to the highest international standards, as well as increasing scholarship opportunities for Egyptian students in the UK.
Edited translation from Al-Masry Al-Youm