Graduates of the construction engineering programs at AUC will be well-equipped to work in the construction industry at the international level. They will become excellent candidates for local and international firms.
Our CENG undergraduates won first place and were recognized in the Egyptian Engineers Syndicate's annual Civil Engineer Excellence Day. This annual event features keynote speakers, presentations about the latest technologies in civil engineering, honoring civil engineers with a significant contribution, recognizing outstanding graduation projects all over the country, and others.
CENG undergraduates are no stranger to this event, as they were recognized in several years of this annual event as follows:
In 2014, The following CENG undergraduate won first place for their graduation project:
- Aya Diab
- Ahmed Omran
- Amgad Naguib
- Sara Khaled
- Gasser Galal
- Mohamed Mamdouh
In 2015, The following CENG undergraduate won 1st place for their graduation project:
- Noor Akroush
- Mohamed Seif
- Tarek El Mahallawy
In 2017, The following CENG undergraduate received certificates of recognition for their outstanding graduation project:
- Ahmed Amr
- Nader Ibrahim
- Hoda Khaled
- Raghda Walid Attia
- Habiba Medhat
- Mostafa Safr
Employment Prospects for Construction Engineering Graduates
The employers of our graduates are asked to give their evaluations for recent AUC graduates as well as more senior employees. This survey was conducted in 2017 and 2020. Results were tabulated and analyzed. A total of 50 professional companies were contacted and 20 companies responded by returning a completed survey form. The results indicate that our alumni's performances, related to all of the program’s current educational objectives and student outcomes, are rated above average (higher
than 3 on a scale from 1 to 5) from a “performance” point of view. Among those, the alumni are rated to have excellent performance (between 4 and 5 out of 5) in more than 75% of the student outcomes. All of the Program’s current educational objectives and student outcomes are rated above average from the point of view of “importance”.