The University of Nottingham
The University of Nottingham is consistently ranked among the top ten British Universities. It is one of UK’s most popular Universities and has a tradition of academic excellence.
It undertakes research of international importance and is recognized throughout the world for the excellence of its teaching.
The university’s student facilities are of the highest quality and the University comprehensive range of services to support students, whatever their background and specific needs are. Nottingham is perfectly located at the heart of England, less than two hours from London. It offers excellent transport links to the capital, the rest of the UK and Europe.
Forms of Collaboration
Study Abroad Program (IOP01):
A program offered to all MIU students except for the Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine students. Students who join this program are offered special scholarships and are also entitled to receive Alumni scholarships if they return to get a postgraduate degree.
Double Degree Program (IOP02):
The program is offered for Computer Science students. Students spend two and half years at MIU and one and half year at the University of Nottingham. The result will be a bachelor’s degree from MIU and a bachelor degree from The University of Nottingham.
Academic Advice/ Curriculum Development (IOP03):
This is applicable to the faculty of Computer Science only (CS). The Faculty of Computer Science, MIU, is under the continuous academic advice of the School of Computer Science and Information Technology at the University of Nottingham. Accordingly, the following will be stated on all MIU CS students’ transcripts:
“The degree of BSc in the Faculty of Computer Science is offered with the continuing academic advice of the School of Computer Science and Information Technology at the University of Nottingham, England”
CS graduation projects are jointly supervised by MIU and the University of Nottingham; as such, MIU students receive certificates, signed by University of Nottingham projects' advisors, indicating that they have completed their Graduation Projects under the guidance and advice of the School of Computer Science and Information Technology at the University of Nottingham.
Visiting Professors Program (IOP04):
Participating faculties: Computer Science, Business Administration & International Trade, and Engineering (Architecture Department). Sixteen visits have taken place so far. Dr. Graham Kendall, Dr. Colin A Higgins, Dr. Mohamed Gadi, Dr. Christine Ennew, and Ms. Sue Beesley were among the visiting professors from the University of Nottingham.
Staff Advancement Program (IOP07):
Several training sessions have been held for MIU Computer Science staff. A number of Computer Science and Engineering staff are currently enrolled in the Ph.D. program at the University of Nottingham.