British Council Funds Workshop in Zewail City on Grant Proposal Writing

Zewail City won a British Council grant to fund a Researcher Connect workshop, which aims at development of excellent communication skills, proposal writing of researchers and research office administrators within international and multicultural contexts.


Dr. Nagwa ElNwishy, Director of Research Office in Zewail City, won the British Council grant to fund this workshop, and it was held in Zewail City last February and had participants from University of Science and Technology in Zewail City, University of Bani Suef, University of Mansoura, Suez Canal University and The Military Medical School. Engineer Omar Sherif was the workshop coordinator.


Researcher Connect program is funded by The British Council and offers several modules delivered by Ms. Anna Britton, UK, experienced and quality-assured trainers. Researcher Connect was developed by and will be delivered.

This program is part of the partnership between British Council and STDF with an established £50-million Newton-Mosharafa Fund for seven year science to boost scientific research and innovation to solve the challenges facing Egypt in economic development and social welfare.