1 August 2023
Training for Employment in Electronics Sector Launches within EME


The Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA) is partnering up with the American University in Cairo (AUC) to launch Training for Employment in Electronics Sector, a capacity-building program within Egypt Makes Electronics (EME) initiative.
 
The target audience is final-year university students and graduates from Classes of 2018 upwards, in the majors of communication and electronics engineering, computer engineering, mechatronics engineering, computers and information, computer science, and biomedical engineering, in different governorates.
 
The program features two tracks: Analog and RF IC Design and Digital IC Design. It prepares young people for working in top electronics companies and increases their competitiveness in the job marketplace.
 
The program involves practical training through projects that simulate the latest advancements in the industry, with cutting-edge tools and well-equipped labs. Top university professors and industry experts deliver the training, helping participants fulfill job market requirements.
 
The trainees receive a monthly stipend during the training and a professional certificate from the AUC at the end of the program. They also receive assistance in finding job opportunities through career fairs.
 
Launched by the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT), EME is a national initiative aimed at transforming Egypt into a regional and global hub for advanced electronic design and manufacturing in Arab, African, and European markets. The three-phase initiative is undertaken by ITIDA through a team of experts in management and electronics technologies. ITIDA also collaborates with strategic partners, including ministries, state agencies, universities, and research and training centers to support this flagship project.
 
The training takes place from August 2023 to January 2024. The deadline for registration is August 5. To apply, kindly click here.
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