Welcome to Faculty of Arts
To create a distinction education in the fields of Languages and Social Sciences to effectively contribute to achieve the vision of the university.
The faculty of Arts, Assiut University offers a number of peer-reviewed programs to prepare qualified graduates in the fields of languages, human, and social sciences with a capacity of education to compete in the labor market, conduct scientific research, and contribute to their community service and the solution of the society’s problems.
Growth and Expansion
During the last decade, the faculty of Arts at Assiut University has worked on meeting the academic standards of the educational process in every possible aspect through the following measures:
Two more crucial academic programs have been added to the curriculum of the Bachelor degree students; Islamic Studies and English Translation. The mentioned programs are exclusively operating only in the Faculty of Arts at Assiut University.
The English department in Faculty of Arts has been agreed to be an authorized organizer for holding the English Language Proficiency Tests (ELPT) for postgraduate students instead of TOEFL to be given their Masters or Doctoral degree as an alternative for Amideast
Radio and Television Studio is at the service of the students on campus.
It was established in November 2008 by Dr. Helal Hany, the Minister of University Education and Scientific Research, to help the students acquire a full vision of how the working life after graduation should be like.
The studio is well-equipped with the latest TV program-production devices that should facilitate the educational process for the students such as: HD digital cameras, montage units, mixers as well as audio and image synchronizers. It is mainly used for the students' training and community service.
Press Processing Unit, supported and opened by the Noble Prize holder, Dr. Ahmed zwiel in December 2007. The unit encompasses the latest Mackintosh devices and newspaper publisher program which are not available in any of the neighboring universities in Upper Egypt.