English Language Courses 2017
As advertised in February 2017, the Egypt Exploration Society is delighted to provide the following Egyptian archaeologists and Egyptologists with English language training thanks to the generosity of the British Council, Egypt.
Aleya Salah eldin Ali, Imbaba Inspectorate, Ministry of Antiquities.
Asmaa Mostafa Ibrahim, Department of Foreign Missions Affairs & Permanent Committees.
Khaled Essam Ismail, Grand Egyptian Museum.
Mohamed Nabil Mohamed, North Sinai, El Qantara, Ministry of Antiquities
Mohamed Saad Ibrahim Taha, Scientific Publications Department, Ministry of Antiquities.
Muhammady Fathy Muhammed Abdelnaby, Faculty of Archaeology, Cairo University
Naglaa Sayed Ezzeldeen, Helwan University.
Remonda Fayez Michel, Grand Egyptian Museum.
Shahenda Abdelkader Saad Hassan, Imbaba Inspection Abu Rawash.
Shimaa Saber Abo- El Hadeed Mahmoud, Technical office of the Head of Museums Sector.
The students in the EES Cairo Office in the British Council
English for Egyptologists course, April 2017
Thanks to the success (and increasing demand) of previous courses the British Council offered the EES the opportunity to provide an English for Egyptologists module. Designed by James Conder, a teacher at British Council in Egypt, this course provides Egyptian Egyptologists with the skills to improve their academic English. The course focuses specifically on reading skills, academic writing and delivering presentations, as well as upgrading students’ understanding of vocabulary and grammar relevant to their field. The Society is very grateful once again for the generosity of the British Council, Egypt.
The following students participated in the 2017 English for Egyptologists course:
The students outside the EES Cairo Office in the British Council with their tutor, James Conder.