Education is highly valued in Egypt and for children between the ages of six and fifteen education in Egypt is free and compulsory. There's free summer courses in summer in most schools that help students be more creative and decide what they want for their future; Oracle, CICSO and Intel courses are taught for free in the govermental school.
The information technology (IT) market in Egypt has grown rapidly in the last few years. The formation of a dynamic and ambitious Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) in 1999 gave this sector a visible and much-needed boost. The IT sector is growing at more than 10% annually. MCIT continues to implement its ambitious plans to increase software exports, which reached $150 million in 2003 compared to $50 million in 2000. Other national objectives: train more skilled engineers, support E-government and E-commerce, and increase IT awareness among the population.*
Egyptian neighborhood is very safe and people are like one big family, unlike some Euro and American countries where people hardly know the people next door.