Abdel-Dayem received several international and local awards, including: First Prize of the Union of Music Institutes of France, the Best Artist of the North Korean Art Festival in 1999), the Encouragement Award in the Arts in 2000, in addition to several honors and certificates of appreciation. She also received the Creative Prize from the Academy of Arts at the Ministry of Culture.
In the early 2000s, Abdel-Dayem was awarded a prize for being “one of the most creative Egyptian women of the century” and in 2001, she received Egypt’s State Prize in Arts.
Abdel-Dayem graduated from the Flute Department of the Cairo Conservatory in 1984. She obtained two masters degrees in 1985 and a doctorate in “Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris” in 1989.
Moreover, Abdel-Dayem was also the supervisor of several scientific doctorate and master’s degree in arts in many Egyptian universities and institutes. She participated in the preparation of educational syllables and headed several scientific, artistic, and cultural committees in Egypt and Arab countries.