Egypt is set to Open its very First Educational Smart City in Al-Giza!

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By Salma Maher

Egypt is to have its first smart educational city in the Governorate of Giza, according to the announcement made by iSharp’s Managing Director for the Middle East, Ashraf Hazin, on Tuesday. Hazin was keen on mentioning that the buildings will be environmentally-friendly for the first time in Egypt and that they will be entirely technologically controlled.


iSharp communications aim at modernizing infrastructure networks, with offices in UAE, KSA, and Egypt. With a budget of EGP 5 billion, the city will stretch over an area of 25 acres in Giza, to host four educational schools: British, French, American, German and an Olympian sports school, in addition to a high-tech science museum to demonstrate the different sciences using virtual reality technology.

Education in the city will revolve around three spheres: education through practice, education through entertainment and education by audio, visual effects and 3D techniques.

“Our vision is to transform the society into a smarter, securer, and easier place to live in and our mission is to simplify our customer’s lives through the effective use of innovative technologies,” Hazin stated.

WE SAID THIS: Looks like Egypt’s finally on the right track!

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