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Others were sent to England and Austria, where they studied military training, engineering, medicine, pharmacy, and the arts. As they completed their studies and returned to Egypt, the graduates slowly replaced European officials and teachers in the various departments and schools. Others assumed leadership roles in the army or served as doctors, engineers, or technicians. Some worked to translate books into Arabic and Turkish for use in the schools. 34 ● Higher Education Exchange between America and the Middle East Muhammad Ali’s successors continued his pursuit of educational advances for Egypt, including the practice of sending students to foreign institutions.
In 1939–1940 there were 105 and in 1944–1945 a total of 200. After World War II, that number would double to 407, according to IIE’s 1946 census. This figure disagrees somewhat with an article printed that same year in The Unofficial Ambassadors, which discussed the arrival of 450 Turkish students in 1946, with an expectation of 250 more still to come—information reportedly obtained from Fikret Suer, cultural and educational relations attache of the Turkish Embassy at the time. Iraq Mesopotamia, the region that is present-day Iraq, has a cultural past that spans more than ten thousand years.
13 Schooling and Literacy before World War II ● 39 By the end of the Tanzimat period opportunities for education on a nonsectarian and nonclass basis had expanded considerably. 14 Abdul Hamid was especially intrigued by the arts and was himself a skilled carpenter who had crafted much of his own furniture, an exquisite collection now on exhibit at the Yildiz Palace and the Beylerbeyi Palace in Istanbul. His interest in music led to translations of opera classics, and Abdul Hamid himself composed several operatic pieces for the Mizika-I Humayun.