Ahmed Abul-Gheit

Trustee at Bibliotheca Alexandrina

Ahmed Abul-Gheit

Ahmed Abul-Gheit

Trustee at Bibliotheca Alexandrina

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Ahmed Aboul-Gheït has been a Director of Bibliotheca Alexandrina since July, 2004. He was a Principal Private Secretary and Political Adviser of the Foreign Minister of Egypt in Moscow. Mr. Aboul-Gheït is a Faculty of Trade at the University of Aïn Chams.

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Director, Panel One Promoting Worldwide Science & Technology Capacities for the 21st Century at InterAcademy Council

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Vice Chairman, Board of Directors at International Fertilizer Development Center

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Ahmed Abul-Gheit
Trustee at Bibliotheca Alexandrina
Education
Class of 1964

Ain Shams University provides study in the field of astronomy, engineering and medicine.

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2004 - Current

Bibliotheca Alexandrina operates libraries, museums, research institutes, and art galleries. It has libraries for audio-visual materials and visually impaired children; museums for antiquities, manuscripts, and the history of science; a planetarium; art galleries for temporary exhibitions; a conference center; and research institutes. The company was founded in 1988 and is headquartered in Alexandria, Egypt.

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