The Supreme Council of Universities – Egypt decided to integrate an arbitration course to the curriculum of fourth-year students in all Egyptian schools of law. This comes as a direct implementation of one of the recommendations of CRCICA Sharm El Sheikh IV: The Role of State Courts in Arbitration which was held in November 2012. The suggestion was made by Judge Dr. Borhan Amrallah, Secretary-General of the Arab Union of International Arbitration (AUIA).
It is notable that arbitration was studied mainly by postgraduates. Adding arbitration to the curriculum of fourth yearers is a qualifying factor for fresh graduates to practice in the field more accessibly.