Prof.Dr. Nasser Mandour, Suez Canal University President, stated that the university is unique in the Institute of Fish Farming at the level of Egypt and the Arab region, as it is the first of its kind because of the programs it offers for postgraduate studies specialized in the field of fish farming and fish technology.
On his part, Prof. Dr. Mohamed Saad Zaghloul, Vice President for Graduate Studies and Research, indicated that the institute is keen to link research results and scientific thesis with improving aquaculture systems, and the formation of specialized cadres in fish farming capable of solving problems related to it, as well as spreading awareness and the importance of fisheries.
This came while welcoming new students to the Institute of Fish Farming for the university year 2022-2023 during the first induction meeting for graduate students, explaining the university’s role in serving graduate students at the university and providing them with full support.
The meeting was held under the general supervision of Prof. Dr. Mohamed Al-Tabi , Dean of the Institute, and executive supervision by Prof. Dr. Sami Abdul-Malik Mohamed, the Institute’s Vice-Dean for Graduate Studies and Research, and in the presence of Prof. Dr. Mervat Ali Mohamed, the Institute’s Vice-Dean for Community Service and Environmental Development, in the presence of faculty members and the assistant staff at the Institute and Institute Secretary.