MIE Frequently Asked Questions

Welcome to the "Made In Egypt" general questions and answers section. Each year we update the answers to reflect the latest changes and updates in MIE competition. These questions and answers came from surveys and/or participating teams like you. We hope you find them helpful and informative.

MIE made a difference by helping the participating teams to become more qualified regarding the market perspective than any other teams. MIE teams have interacted with the market and understand the market needs well which makes it easier for them to look for a job or start their own business. They are graduated with graduation projects with real market need which makes these projects useful not just for the team but for their university and sponsor.

You will have trainings on the most necessary soft skills and business skills throughout the year. You will also have a coordinator who will be with you throughout your journey in MIE. He will help you build your project plan and set a goal oriented time plan for your graduation project and he will be also help in resolving any conflict that may arise between any of the involved parties in MIE (team, sponsor and university).

MIE Finals is held in Day 0 in the EED.

MIE Teams who pass all the phases of MIE and reach the MIE Finals (MIE Final project list) attend all the EED days. In EED gallery there is a section allocated for booths of MIE Final Projects.

You can only participate in 1 of the 2 competitions. MIE finals are held in the EED but your project will not participate in EED competition although you will have your spot in EED gallery.

Yes, you will have time and opportunity to join EED in case you dropped out of MIE in any phase.

No, only graduation projects supervised by university professors are eligible to participate in MIE.

The Target of this video is getting to know your team better to be able to do a better selection. Think about this video as a virtual presentation that your team is doing to MIE Committee. Try to be simple and direct to the point as much as possible. For more details about the video, please check the video guidelines at this link

An ethical dilemma is any situation in which guiding moral principles cannot determine which course of action is right or wrong. Imagine a young man who lives with his mother; he is her only happiness in life. But the young man lives in occupied France during World War II and feels obliged to fight in the war. What does the young man do? 

Also engineers may encounter situations in which they must make judgment calls on ethical dilemmas. For example other ethical dilemmas involve engineers' responsibilities to when they are aware of unsafe products being marketed.