3alwara2 is an English / Arabic publication for MIU students, staff, and alumni which offers a space for you to display your creative talent. The magazine includes students, drawings, cartoons, photography and writing.
MIU students can participate in various clubs:
- MIU Model United Nations
Model United Nations is a simulation of the UN General Assembly and other multilateral bodies. In model UN, students step into the shoes of ambassadors from UN member states to debate current issues on the organization’s agenda.
While playing their roles as ambassadors, student “delegates” make speeches, prepare draft resolutions, negotiate with allies and adversaries, resolve conflicts and navigate the Model UN conference rules of procedures – all in the interest of mobilizing “international cooperation” to resolve problems that affect countries all over the world. The club aims to raise the youth political awareness by discussing, exchanging and debating political opinions.
- ASCC for Help
This club is responsible for:
- Holding charity work like visiting orphanages and giving MIU students the chance to help these children and make them happy.
- Distributing Ramadan bags.
- Organizing Ramadan iftar in some orphanages.
- Organizing Orphans Day on campus.
- Organizing blood donation campaigns.
- Move Club
The club has the vision of initiating a club who serves both MIU students and the community in terms of human development, awareness and charity based activities that include tangible and intangible aids.
The club has two main programs:
- Community service.
- Student development.
The club aims to become a role model for student activities in Egyptian universities by developing the club members as well as the community.
The club’s mission is development of move members, MIU students and members of the Egyptian community, through shifting their lives to more productive ones and raising their social responsibility towards the community.
- Utopia Club
The club aims to enhance the students’ social skills through participating in organizing the university events, festivals, graduation ceremonies….etc.
- Music Club
The club aims to develop the musical and artistic skills of MIU students through training them to sing, play on musical instruments and setting musical concerts.
Stock Market Simulation “SMS”, is an on campus annual academic event organized by students. It is a 9-day event divided into 5 days of Academic Sessions and 4 days for the Stock Market Simulation. In the academic sessions, delegates gain information about worldwide stock exchanges, role of financial institutions and members, as well as recent global economical events. In addition, the Simulation helps the delegates understand more by applying a real life experience using a computerized system to live the stock market world as a Broker, Investor, Mutual Fund, or a Bank.
- Auditing Simulation
It helps the students apply theoretical knowledge to real life, excel in accounting and auditing fields and live the experience of being a true auditor.
MIU believes that these simulations can change students’ career plans.
- Mass Media Club
It provides opportunity for students at MIU to explore various media outlets, organizations and programming at the local state and national levels.
Promotes students by Mass Media, discusses the problems that take a space of thinking and tries to find a solution by inviting famous figures in any field of paramount importance.
- Campaigners Club
It aims to spread knowledge among the whole community, starting with MIU students to all Egyptian students.
The clubs’ mission is to graduate qualified MIU students who are capable of planning and executing successful campaign that can achieve the targets they set their minds to.
- Seed Club
An educational club that aims at maximizing the intellectual, emotional, social and physical potential for children, to help in forming a more effective society.
The clubs’ mission is to provide the best child development training program to create a more effective and influential generation of children through designing and implementing intensive, comprehensive programs that would equip children with the knowledge and skills needed to face life.