Master of Laws (LL.M.)
International & Comparative Law Track - Egypt
About Cairo University and the Faculty of Law
Cairo University (formerly the Egyptian University and King Fou’ad the First University) is a leading academic institution in the Middle East. Founded in 1908, Cairo University enrolls more than 160,000 students annually. Alumni of Cairo University include eminent scientists and artists, as well as governmental leaders. Among its graduates are a former Secretary General of the United Nations, the current Secretary General of the Arab League, Arab Presidents and Heads of State, and former judges at the International Court of Justice. The Faculty of Law is one of Cairo University’s oldest faculties and heads the Arab Union for Faculties of Law. The Faculty of Law includes three main undergraduate sections: the Arabic Section with the majority of students; the English Section, which was the first department offering legal education in English across Egypt; and the French Section, which operates in association with the University of Paris I Pantheon Sorbonne. The Faculty of Law offers a wide variety of postgraduate diplomas and certificates, along with the LL.M. degree and Ph.D. degree.
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