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Egypt iNote: international branch campus law


This note first provides an overview of recent developments in the UK-Egypt relationship, including current collaboration in higher education and research. Subsequently, it summarizes the key provisions, amendments and outstanding questions regarding Law No. 162 of 2018 on The Establishment and Organization of International Branch Campuses Within the Arab Republic of Egypt and University Institutions as published in the Egyptian Official Gazette on 2 August 2018.


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