Those schools teach the new Egyptian curriculum dubbed "2.0", and Japan's Tokkatsu system.
Subsequently, the number of students at the Egyptian-Japanese Schools will become 11,000 up from 10,000.
Between January 28, 2011 and July 3, 2013, Egypt lived in political instability because of overthrowing two regimes.
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Tokkatsu is applied by Egyptian teachers under the supervision of Japanese trainers and experts.
Around 100,000 teachers will be given special trainings on the new Japanese educational system in starting from July 29 to August 19.
In a telephone call with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi mourned Monday the death of dozens of people during Japan’s floods.
Around 45 Japanese schools will be furnished at the beginning of September, the director of the School Buildings Authority, Yousry Abdallah, said on Friday.
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Japanese schools focus on teaching the Egyptian curriculum, while implementing some distinctive features of Japanese education.
Education ministry announced Tuesday that registration has closed for Japanese schools in Egypt.
Prime Minister Sherif Ismail held a meeting on Tuesday with Education Minister Tareq Shawqi to discuss the educational process at schools.
Egyptian Japanese schools will be inaugurated ten days after the start of the academic year in public and private schools.