A 23 graduation projects for students of the Faculty of Management, Economics and Business Technology at the Egyptian Russian University.
Dr. Sherif Fakhry Mohamed Abdel Nabi, President of the Egyptian Russian University, announced that the students of the Faculty of Management, Economics and Business Technology at the university had discussed 23 graduation projects for the academic year (2022-2023) in various departments of the faculty, including: “4 projects in the Accounting Department, 6 projects in the Economics Department and Business Administration with its sub-disciplines, 3 projects majoring in finance, 4 projects majoring in human resources, 4 projects majoring in marketing, and two projects majoring in the Department of Political Science.” His Excellency pointed out that these projects come within the framework of the university’s directions and visions by adopting innovative entrepreneurial ideas and encouraging students to address contemporary issues. This policy is sponsored by Dr. Mohamed Kamal Mustafa, Chairman of the University’s Board of Trustees.
In the same context, Dr. Tahra El-Sayed Hemiya, Dean of the Faculty of Management, Economics and Business Technology at the Egyptian Russian University, confirmed that the graduation projects for students in various departments of the faculty were discussed by a number of committees that included professors from prestigious universities and some specialists from the symbols of the Egyptian business market in addition to the members of the Board of Directors. Teaching at the college.. noting that the committees discussed with the students to ensure that they have absorbed the necessary knowledge and skills and that they have become qualified for the labor market, whether “local, regional, or international”.
From her side, Dr. Nihad Hosni Youssef, a professor in the Accounting Department at the Faculty of Management, Economics and Business Technology, asserted that the students’ projects were unique because they are compatible with international research trends in the same specialty, and the publishing procedures for these research projects are being finalized in the Research Journal of the Egyptian Russian University, explaining that the students’ choice of topics for their projects came in line with Recent global trends, and the projects of the Accounting Department included the project “The Perceived Impact of Using Block Chains on Accounting Information Systems” – (a field study).
On the same subject, Dr. Mohamed Farouk, professor of accounting at the Faculty of Management, Economics and Business Technology, said that the second project is: “The effect of accounting conservatism on the risk of bankruptcy in Egyptian companies” (an experimental study). “, the third project: ” The impact of corporate governance on the value of shareholders and achieving sustainable performance of companies” (a theoretical and experimental study), and the project was prepared by the students “Mustafa Hani, Muhammad Hosni, Moaz Mansour, Ali Muhammad and Muhammad Walid.” The fourth project was entitled: “Exploring the Impact of Artificial Intelligence on the Quality of Accounting Information and the Efficiency and Effectiveness of the Auditing Profession” (a theoretical and experimental study). The students who prepared the project are the following: Nada Ali, Reem El Sayed, Mohamed Hossam , Ahmed Reda , and Abdel Wehab Reda
In a related context, Dr. Angy Raouf, Assistant Professor of Economics and Vice Dean of the College of Management, Economics and Business Technology, noted that the students’ projects were unique because they are coping with international research trends in the same field, and the projects of the Department of Economics included the following:
– The project “The Egyptian Stock Exchange Changes in the Aftermath of the Russian-Ukrainian War”, prepared by the student “Karim Khaled El-Shater”.
– The project “The Impact of External Debt on the Egyptian Exchange Rate”, prepared by student Mohamed Gamal.
The project “The Impact of Environmental Policies on Attracting Foreign Investments in Egypt”, prepared by student Maryam Sabry.
– “Government Spending and Domestic Public Debt” project, prepared by student Hebat Allah Al-Sayed.
– “The Impact of Monetary Policy on the Egyptian Stock Exchange” project, prepared by student Abdul Qadir Shuair.
-The project “The Relationship between Government Spending and the Green Economy”, prepared by the student, Aya Khaled.
Dr. Banseh Salah Saleh, a business administration professor at the College of Management, Economics and Business Technology, also pointed out that the (4) projects were judged by the arbitration committee, which was formed by Dr. Sarah Al-Manawy, a professor in the Department of Business Administration at Future University, and Dr. Mona Hamed – a professor in the College of Management, Economics and Business Technology “internal member” noting that the graduation projects have included contemporary topics and issues related to human resources in organizations, namely:
– The project “The Impact of Alienation on Human Resources Management Practices” applied to Egyptian private universities. It was prepared by the students: “Mona Mahmoud, Ziyad Ashraf, and Karim Muhammad.”
– The project “The Impact of Diversity Management on the Reputation of the Workplace” prepared by students: “Habiba Walid, Raghda Amr, and Mahmoud Muhammad.”
– The project “The Impact of Gamification Policy on Employee Interaction by Application to the Egyptian Russian University”, prepared by students: “Arwa Hisham and Naira Hossam”.
– The project “The Impact of Green Human Resources Management on Organizational Citizenship Behavior”, prepared by students: “Alaa Mahmoud, Dina Ragab, Marina Makram, and Mazen Shaaban”.
From his side, Dr. Osama Wagdy, Assistant Professor of Business Administration at the Faculty of Management, Economics and Business Technology, stated that graduation projects in the field of finance were discussed by the Discussion and Judgment Committee headed by Dr. Nader Albert, Professor of Financial Management and Finance and former head of the Department of Business Administration at Ain Shams University, and Dr. Osama Wagdy, Assistant Professor of Business Administration, and Dr. Muhammad Dabour, Teacher of Business Administration at the College of Management, Economics and Business Technology, where the committee discussed three projects, namely:
– “Estimating the Fair Value of Edita Shares” project, where four students contributed to estimating that value, namely: “Ahmed El-Leithy, Mahmoud Mohamed Mahmoud, Noran Magdy Abdel-Moneim, and Yasmine Wael.”
– The project “The Impact of Working Capital Management on the Value of the Establishment” (a comparative study), prepared by “Alaa Muhammad Ahmed, Hanin Magdy Muhammad, Mahmoud Muhammad Ramadan, and Maryam Muhammad Al-Sadiq”.
– The project “The Impact of Credit Rating on Microcredit Risks” (Evidence from Egypt). This project was presented by: “Mohamed Walid, Paula Atef, Ziyad Abu Al-Ezz, and Rana Yasser.”
From her side, Dr. Mona Hamed Moussa, a business administration professor at the Faculty of Management, Economics and Business Technology, explained that marketing strategies were discussed in students’ graduation projects, as the research projects dealt with issues of interest to marketers in particular and business sectors in general, and the most important marketing issues on the scene, especially in Egypt. The marketing department projects included the following:
– The project “The Impact of Influencer Marketing on Consumer Behavior” (an applied study on the food sector in Egypt). The project was prepared by the students: “Noran Ashour, Omar Adam, Youssef Ezz, Mina Nasser, Omar Hassan, and Amira Bahi.”
-The project “The Impact of User-Generated Content on Customer Experiences” (an applied study on the fashion industry in Egypt). The project was prepared by the students: “Samuel Bushra, Sami Ashraf, Sarah Montaser, Yasmine Marwan”.
– The project “The Impact of Brand Identity on Brand Performance” (an applied study on the retail sector in the Egyptian market from the perspective of managers).
– The project “The Impact of Brand Image on Brand Loyalty (An Applied Study on the Household Appliances Sector in Egypt) from Customers’ Perspective” The project was prepared by the students: “Mohamed Atta, Yehia Khaled, Abdel Rahman Mohamed, Ahmed Awwad, Abdel Rahman Hassan, and Ziyad Salem.”
In the same context, Dr. Ahmed Al-Basousi, a professor of political sciences at the College of Administration, Economics and Business Technology, explained that the students of the Department of Political Sciences in the college were discussed in their graduation projects. The projects of the Department of Political Sciences included the following:
The project “The Impact of the Russian-American Conflict on the Syrian Crisis” was prepared by the students: “Aya Khaled, Aya Sayed, Shaima Abdel Maqsoud, and Adel Ali.”
– The project “The Impact of Putin’s Leadership on Russian Relations with NATO”, prepared by the students: “Mohamed El-Sherbiny, Mohamed Issa, Mustafa Ahmed, and Asmaa El-Husseini”.