Egyptian graduates from Libyan, Sudanese schools can enroll at universities
Students at Ain Shams university - YOUM7/Karim abdulaziz

CAIRO: Egyptian students who graduated from secondary schools in Libya and Sudan can enroll at Egyptian Universities, the High Administrative Court announced Wednesday.

The High Administrative Court ruling cancelled a previous ruling from October 2014 by an administrative court rejecting more than 200 Egyptian students’ enrolment at the domestic universities, Youm7 reported.

The Ministry of High Education imposed a condition, however, that students abroad must be residing with their families in the foreign country in order to qualify to later enroll in Egyptian universities.

Students filed in 2014 a lawsuit against the Ministry of High Education to be enrolled after their applications were rejected; the education enrollment office claimed that the220 students were living in Niger, not in Sudan and Libya, and their secondary schools certificates were forged, Youm7 reported Sep. 17, 2014.

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