Pharos University in Alexandria (PUA) hosted the celebration of Africa Day in Egyptian universities under the auspices of Prof. Dr. Khaled Abdel Ghaffar, Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, and Prof. Dr. Ashraf Sobhi, Minister of Youth and Sports. This celebration was made possible After the Board of Directors of the Egyptian Universities Sports Federation (EUSF), approved on assigning PUA with organizing its events. PUA, however; welcomed the hosting this significant event, which was attended by students from about 25 African countries. This comes within the framework of the activities of EUSF to celebrate the anniversary of founding the Organization of African Unity, which was founded in May 1963. Further, PUA is keen on participating in the various activities of EUSF, including those of an international nature, which confirms our pride in belonging to the black continent, as reflected through the political leadership’s keenness on Egyptian-African relations in all fields. The celebration began with sports activities and some competitions in the university’s playgrounds, in which African and Egyptian students from Egyptian universities participated. The celebration then moved to PUA’s student theater, where it began with a march of the participating countries, followed by speeches of welcome, which began with the speech of Prof. Dr. Mahmoud Mohy El-Din, President of Pharos University. Prof. Dr. Ramadan Abu El-Ala, Vice President for Community Service and Environmental Development Affairs, and Prof. Dr. Mohamed Sobhi Hassanein, Vice-Chairman of EUSF. This was followed by some artistic performances that included some folkloric dances of some African countries, national singing performances by PUA’s students, and a performance by the popular folklore troupe of the Ministry of Culture in Alexandria. Moreover, prizes were given to students participating in sports and art competitions. At the end of the event, gestures of hospitality were offered to the guests and participants, who praised the astonishing and unparalleled organization of the events.