Faculty of Tourism and Hotels, Fayoum University, Egypt

Faculty of Tourism and Hotels, Fayoum University, Egypt

icoth@fayoum.edu.eg  |  +20 842154844 | Prof AshrafGhareeb, Faculty Dean

http://www.fayoum.edu.eg/english/tour/Bylaws.aspx

We are a governmental tourism higher education Faculty at Fayoum University in Egypt.

We believe in the necessity of partnership and collaboration between educational bodies and private sectors as well for the sake to improve the tourism industry in the world generally and in Africa especially as we are in an African State Egypt. Scientific cooperation and joint meetings and discussions, exchange of staff members and students too is important to narrow the point of view and break the culture barriers.

The main two objectives of the faculty are to produce a well-trained and qualified graduate ready to work in the field of tourism facing the market challenges and to provide high-quality research in tourism, hospitality, and Heritage.

About the Faculty:

The Faculty of Tourism and Hotels is one of the eighteen faculties of Fayoum University, which is a public Egyptian University. The University was established in 1975 as a branch of Cairo University in the city of Fayoum (100 km southwest of Cairo).

The Cairo University Fayoum Branch became the Fayoum University by a presidential decree in 2005. The Faculty of Tourism and Hotels established in 1993 inside the main campus of the university in the heart of Fayoum city.

There are 3 departments in the faculty:

1- Tourism Studies

2- Hotels Management/ Hospitality

3- Tourism Guidance

Each department has 4 programs of Bachelor, Postgraduate Diploma, Master Degree, and Ph.D. Degree. It is worth saying that the faculty was accredited for education quality by the National Authority for Quality Assurance and Accreditation in Education in 2016 as the first Faculty of tourism in Egypt. Our graduates are working in all fields of the tourism industry like tourist companies, airlines, travel agencies, all departments in the hotels and resorts, and tourist guides.

 

 

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