Suez Canal University

Faculty of Education

The College of Education in Ismailia was established based on the decisions of the University Council issued on June 15, 1977 announcing the establishment of the College of Education in Ismailia to support the educational movement in the region and raise the level of teacher competence for all educational levels in the Canal and Sinai region.


Developing education at all levels, both pre-university education and higher education, in order to achieve a comprehensive and sustainable human development for the Ismailia Governorate environment in integration with the Egyptian society and communication with the Arab and foreign world.

This vision is based on:

1- Education is a rapidly developing profession, both in terms of knowledge and technology.

2- Realizing the change in the role of the teacher from a transmitter and tutor to a facilitator of learning, a manager and planner of the educational process, and a promoter of creativity, teamwork and self-learning.

3- Considering the teacher of quality and distinction as the basis for the success of the College of Education in Ismailia and the achievement of its missions.

4- The College of Education in Ismailia has a societal and cultural role that is greater than just preparing teachers.

5- The College of Education in Ismailia has a pivotal role in supporting belonging and national security.


Building perceptions and developing mechanisms that enable it to develop education at all levels, in cooperation with other university faculties, the Ministry of Education, public and private schools, and other ministries concerned with education, culture, media, youth and others. From this main message, direct tasks emanate from the continuous formation of the teacher, by preparing a distinguished teacher before the service, professional development in the course of it, and the promotion of educational research, which helps in the production of educational knowledge, and the development of policies and programs that serve the community and its development.
For more information, the College of Education website