- It is the largest university in Brazil and one of the most prestigious institutions of higher education and research in Latin America.
- The Faculty of Law was established in 1827, its first, and in 1934 the university was established after the unification of several pre-existing faculties.
- The university is located in the state of São Paulo, the richest and most developed region of Brazil, where the campus is distributed over eight cities: Bauru, Lorena, Piracicaba, Piracsononga, Ribeirão Preto, São Carlos, Santos and São Paulo.
- It includes 42 colleges, 6 specialized institutes, and four important museums.
- It has quickly achieved the lead in many areas of research as a research center and represents about 20% of the total Brazilian academic output.
- It is a public university, and does not charge tuition fees to its students.
- It has over 11,000 new undergraduate students each year, selected from more than 130,000 applicants.
- It has more than 90,000 undergraduate and graduate students, and 9,000 faculty members, 87% of whom have a full-time employment contract.
University ranking globally
- The university ranks number one hundred and eighteen in the world according to the QS classification.
- The university is ranked No. 2 on the level of the Latin American continent, according to the QS classification.
- Its dental specialty is ranked fifteenth in the world according to the QS classification.
Ways of cooperation between the two universities
- A letter of intent was obtained approving the cooperation with Al-Madina University in Cairo signed by the university president ,
- An academic cooperation agreement was signed between the two universities in the field of scientific cooperation, joint research, joint supervision of scientific theses, exchange of students, faculty and administrators, and designing joint academic degrees.
- Approved by the Department of Dentistry