Thebes Higher Institute of Management & Information Technology

Dean Message

Dear students

Welcome to the Management and Technology Institute at Thebes Academy. It is my great pleasure to work with a team of academic and supporting staff who have strong commitment in education and teaching to nurture a new generation of professionals.

In addition to equip our students with professional knowledge and practical skills, it is also our aim to prepare them for the workplace through the educational training with strong communication skills, problem-solving skills and professionalism appropriate. All our programmes help students to connect to the society and the industry, enabling them to gain real-life work experience and build up network with potential employers and industry leaders.

Together, we contribute to the advancement of science and technology in this challenging and innovative world.

Dr. Naglaa Bakr

About Institute

Thebes Higher Institute of Management & Information Technology

It was established in 1995 by Ministerial Decree No. 1458 of the Ministry of Higher Education dated 1995 .

The institute includes the following departments:

  1. Management Information Systems
  2. Business Administration
  3. Accounting
  4. Computer Science
  5. Banking and Financial Market Administration

The institute awards a bachelor's degree in one of the following majors:

  • Management information systems
  • Business Management
  • Accounting
  • Banking and Financial Market Administration
  • Computer Science

The bachelor's degree is offered after student completing the study of the following credit hours:

  • Bachelor of Management Information Systems, 168 credit hours.
  • Bachelor of Business Administration, 132 credit hours.
  • Bachelor of Accounting, 132 credit hours.
  • Bachelor of Banking and Financial Market Administration, 138 credit hours.
  • Bachelor of Computer Science requires 115 credit hours


Institute of Management and Information Technology seeks to achieve an advanced situation in the fields of commercial and technological education as well as a distinguished position in the education system locally and regionally in line with the modern trends of the Ministry of Higher Education.


The institute aspires to prepare a graduate who has commercial, administrative and technological skills that are consistent with the needs of the labor market, by developing the skills of faculty members to use the best and latest commercial and technological methods in the educational and teaching process, and to conduct practical and applied research that takes into account the needs of society, and Achieving this through an effective community partnership.


The institute aims to achieve the following objectives:

  1. Preparing a distinguished graduate with a creative personality capable of meet the requirements of the job market through distinguished educational, research and community programs in the fields of management and information technology, accounting as well as banking and financial markets.
  2. Provide the knowledge and skills of contemporary issues related to the field of managing and information technology that required to work effectively in a profession,
  3. Enhance self-confidence, ability to make proper decisions and effective communication, and
  4. Pursue lifelong learning and continuing education.

Rules and Regulations

- The Academy provides an academic advisory service to students during the various educational stages by allocating an academic advisor (a faculty member) to each group of students, in order to help students choose subjects in different specializations, develop a study plan for them within the limits of their capabilities and help students overcome any difficulties or Problems.
The academic year is divided into three semesters as follows:
  • First semester .
  • Second Semester .
  • Summer semester (obligatory)
- The credit hour is calculated as one hour for each theoretical lectures hour or for every two hours of exercises or labs per week. The number of credit hours that the student studies during the semester must not be more than 20 credit hours and not less than 12 credit hours. However, in exceptional cases, according to rules set by the board of directors and based on the proposal of the student’s scientific advisor, the student may endure three credit hours more or less than the maximum or minimum limits. Likewise, it is not allowed for the student to get more than the student on the warning list (i.e. subject to dismissal due to his low level About the minimum credit hours.


- The student is evaluated continuously during the semester in addition to the exam at the end of the semester, and the work of the semester represents part of the final grade, and is represented in the periodic examinations, theoretical and practical exercises, research and regularity, while the last exam of the semester constitutes a percentage ranging between 50% to 80% of the final grade According to the department, the grades may be divided between written, oral, practical and research work according to the nature of the course.

 - At the end of the semester, the student’s performance for each course is evaluated according to the following levels:
A grade (A), represents "excellent" and gives the student 4 points for the course.
A grade of (+ B), represents "very good, high" and gives the student 3.5 points for the course.
A grade of (B), represents "very good" and gives the student 3 points for the course.
A grade of (+ C), which represents "good, high" and gives the student 2.5 points for the course.
A grade of (C) represents "good", and the student is given a score of 2 for the course.
A grade of (+ D) represents "acceptable high" and gives the student 1.5 points for the course.
A grade of (D) represents "acceptable" and gives the student one point for the course.
Grade (F) represents "Failed" and the student is not awarded any points.
Likewise, no points are given to the student in case he withdraws from the course or does not complete it with an excuse, or in the case of the courses that the student attends by listening, or the courses that evaluate either success or failure only
- The student’s grade shall be in the form of the student’s average for the semester (semester average). It is calculated by adding the points obtained and dividing them by the number of accredited scientific units for the total courses studied in this semester. As for the cumulative average of the student’s grades, which includes every subject from the start of his enrollment, it is calculated by dividing the total number of points obtained by the student in all courses until the end of the previous semester by the number of college accredited academic units. The general average of the student’s grades upon graduation is calculated in a similar manner
- The student's name is placed on the honors list for a semester if his average for the previous semester is not less than very good without failing in any subject. Provided that the number of academic units in which the student registered for this semester is not less than fifteen units.
For this procedure, the student must be of good reputation, and no violations have been registered against him within the Academy
- A student who fails a course or obtains an acceptable grade in it can re-study it to improve his grades in it so that the number of times the student studies any course does not exceed three times and the student pays the re-study fee for each course in case of repetition, and the student is dismissed from the institute if he fails in a compulsory course three times
- A student may withdraw from registration in one or more courses after the approval of the academic advisor during a period not exceeding the end of the fourth week of starting the study, taking into account the minimum number of credit hours
- If the student has been dismissed due to the exhaustion of failing times in one or more compulsory course, he may be re-enrolled as a student from abroad with the approval of the Board of Directors while attending practical exercises, and the re-registration shall be a maximum of three semesters in which the student failed, provided that the student pays the full cost of studying in the courses registered in it. In addition to a re-registration fee determined by the institute's board of directors, to be transformed into a regular student again after completing the reason for his dismissal
- A student who is regular in one of the departments can transfer his registration to another department after paying a registration transfer fee determined by the board of directors, provided that he fulfills the conditions of acceptance of the department to which he is transferred.
The student is granted first honors upon graduation if he obtains an excellent general grade. He obtains a second honors degree if he obtains a very good general grade, provided that his cumulative GPA is not less than 3 during his study period
A student who has a GPA between 3.5 and 4.0 at the end of any academic year is exempt from 20% of the expenses for the following academic year.

Quality Assurance Unit


    The institute obtained accreditation locally and regionally.


    That the unit has a leading role in achieving and maintaining the quality of institutional and academic performance, and the continuous improvement of the educational process and serving students and the environment in order to achieve the institute’s mission and its right to obtain accreditation.

     Strategic goals and ultimate goals of the unit

    First: Spreading a culture of quality, and awareness of the importance of implementing evaluation programs among all employees and students of the institute.

    Second: Encouraging all scientific and administrative departments to participate in achieving and maintaining accreditation requirements.

    Third: Reinforcing the principle of community participation for civil society institutions and associations interested in education to participate in oversight and support the quality environment at the institute.

    Fourth: Gaining the confidence of the beneficiaries in the outcomes of the educational process at the institute.

    Fifth: Establishing reciprocal relations with local and Arab quality and accreditation bodies and organizations.

Student Activities

Student activities aim to achieve:
  • Development of spiritual and moral values and national awareness.
  • To express opinion and develop leadership ability.
  • Providing students with the opportunity to discover their talents, abilities and skills, and to work on refining and developing these talents.
  • Forming student families.
  • Organizing student sports, social, scouting, artistic and cultural activities.
  • Utilizing students ’energies in community service.
Structure of student unions:
  • Student unions are formed from the institute’s regular students who are enrolled in it, and foreign students have the right to practice the union’s activities without having the right to vote or nominate.
  • Student Union Committees:
The Student Union Council works through certain committees with specific goals as follows:
Families Committee:
- Encouraging the formation of families at the institute and supporting its activities.
- Coordination between the activities of different families in the institute.
Sports Activity Committee:
- Spreading sportsmanship among students and encouraging sports talents and working on their development.
-Organizing sports activities at the institute, including the formation of sports teams and the holding of matches, competitions, parties and sports festivals.
Cultural Activity Committee:
Organizing aspects of cultural activity that lead to introducing students to the characteristics of society and the needs of its development, and working on developing literary hobbies for students.
Artistic Activity Committee:
- Developing the students 'various artistic talents and upgrading them in line with their lofty goals and holding concerts and exhibitions that highlight the students' artistic activity.
- Encouraging and supporting students' artistic activities and hobbies.
-Ranger and General Services Committee:
-Organizing the aspects of the activities of the detection and guidance movement on the scientific basis in accordance with its principles.
- Implementing environmental programs approved by the institute in a way that contributes to the development of society, working on student participation in its implementation, and contributing to national public service projects that are required by the nation's needs.
Social Activities and Trips Committee:
- Work to develop social ties between teaching staff and workers and spread the spirit of cooperation and brotherhood among them by all appropriate means.
- Organizing social, cultural and promotional trips and camps that help students learn about the landmarks of the homeland

Educational Staff

Administrative Staff