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Recognizing the challenges facing Egypt and the region, the Graduate School of Education (GSE) contributes to education reform by providing theoretical and applied components needed to build the capacity of professionals and policymakers in the education system. GSE consists of various academic and professional development programs, as well as research centers. GSE is an integral part of the academic community at The American University in Cairo. Read more



 About GSE       Department of International and Comparative Education


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MA in International and Comparative Education

MA in Educational Leadership

MA in Educational Leadership (Blended Format)

Master in Education for Teaching and Learning


Undergraduate Minor in Educational Studies


Graduate Diploma in International & Comparative Education

Graduate Diploma in Educational Leadership

Graduate Diploma in Inclusive Education


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Upcoming Events

Sept. 16


"The Reading Breakthrough" a public lecture by Dr. Danny Brassell, read more

Sept. 17

"The Reading Breakthrough", a public lecture by Dr. Danny Brassell in Ewart Hall in AUC Tahrir from 6-8 pm
Sept. 18 
"The Common Reading Experience", a public lecture by Dr. Danny Brassell, read more
Sept. 18 "The Three Secrets of Reading", a public lecture by Dr. Danny Brassell in Mary Cross Hall, AUC New Cairo from 5-7 pm
 Sept. 19
"The Lazy Readers' Club", a public lecture by Dr. Danny Brassell, read more


 Who we are









"Coming to a Common Consensus on Who We Are? Comparing National Identity Formation in American, Greek and Egyptian Schools". A public lecture by Professor Theodores G. Zervas, read more