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4.12 / 5 based on 32 reviews
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Hany D
Egypt, Undergraduate
Public Relations / Publicity / Advertising, 2023
I have achieved many achievements in the faculty
In the first year:
First term:
1-I presented a topic to the students in the batch on the positives of social media, and this was the assignment of the social media entry (Dr. Areej), and I have got 15 out of 15 in the Evaluation .
2- And I got 30 out of 30 in Media English Evaluation (Dr. Nagwa Ibrahim), where I have done two projects. The first is to design and submit a news page in English, and the second is to make a television report on the opinions of Egyptian and non-Egyptian university youth about some issues and to present this report In front of my batch and talking about it all in English.
3- And I got 30 out of 30 in the journalism evaluation (Prof. Mahmoud Alam El Din, Dr. Mary Mansour) , where I made a set of reports and news about events that took place at the university and presented a press report in the Hall to my colleagues about "Hamada Hilal's concert at Cairo University", I got (A) as a general review in the Journalism.
4- As for the advertising, I submitted a topic and recorded a TV report with Cairo University students, and also presented a project entitled “Ads that get profit without advertising the product.” I got 30 out of 30 in the full project evaluation ( Dr.safwat el Alem ) , and got 98 out of 100 in the final course evaluation, I got (A) as a general review in the advertising .

second term :
The study continued online due to the Corona virus, so the university asked us to do research in all the subjects we study. I did research in all subjects and I succeeded in them all.

In a second year:
First term:
1-my group (of which I am a member) achieved second place on my batch in the "media translation" course project, And I got 30 out of 30 in the evaluation (Dr.Hayat Badr ).
2- I got 29.5 out of 30 in the evaluation of the personal communication course (Prof. Sami Abdel Aziz, Dr. Kholoud), and This is about my performance in the assignments required of speaking in front of an audience (speaking in front of my group in the hall), and speaking in an English video about sports , And a set of answers to the questions posed by the professor.
3-I got 28 out of 30 in the evaluation of the public opinion course (Dr. Maha Al-Bahnasi), and this is for a research that I presented under the title "Public opinion via Internet".
4- And I got 28 out of 30 in the evaluation of marketing communications(Prof. Dalia Abdullah - Head of the Public Relations and Advertising Department at the faculty - and Dr. Iman Osama), where we have two assignments, the first is to make a presentation for our batch in the hall about "Apple" - Iphone - and how it offers ads that preserve the environment, and the second is reports on Egyptian ads and how they target a specific category.
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Teamworker, Presentation skills
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Instrument and control engineer with 11 year experience
Haytham M
Egypt, Graduate
, 2021
I work as automation and instrument engineer at Petroleum Egyptian company since 2010 i love my work and i have ability to work under pressure this skill that i gain from my work in the dessert , i have master degree in automatic control , i want to connect the academic work with practical work and i am already done this by applying my academic projects in my work field which was will received from my boss, another skills that i have is work with team, MS computer, programming and trouble shooting , my hope in my life that i work in company with system in on of development countries.
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acadmic learning with prctical applications
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Cofounder/ Managing Partner
Egypt, Undergraduate
Medicine, 1999
The study of medicine is difficult with many practical, oral and written exams. 
The teachers speak mixed Arabic and English, so the international students reliant only on English will have issues relying on the formal education process. They will probably need to hire a private tutor to speak in English. 
The examination process improved a lot since they started including MCQs. There will be difficulties speaking to patients who hardly know any English. 
The student life is rich in Cairo, with opportunities to make friends and tour the country, which is by nature tourist friendly.
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Excellent exposure to a myriad of patients.
Difficulty of non-Arabic speakers to converse with patients or understand faculty.
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Review about the Faculty
Nader S
Egypt, Undergraduate
Medical Sciences, 2021
The curriculum is much improved in the last 2 years, and even before, The majority of teachers and doctors, and to speak honestly in my own university, are really advanced in showing new ways and methods to deliver the info included in the major, and they are really concerned about the practical study more than theoretical study methods, which made a huge difference in the past 6 years of Faculty of Science - Cairo University.
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Improvement of practical study
Too much studies relevant to short time
Jobs & internships
Internship, Insurance, English, Hebrew, Arabic
Madrid, Spain
Digital Media, Spanish
Goverment, Government / Non Profit
Cairo University (Egyptian Arabic: جامعة القاهرة‎ Gām‘et El Qāhira, known as the Egyptian University from 1908 to 1940, and King Fuad I University from 1940 to 1952) is Egypt's premier public university. Its main campus is in Giza, immediately across the Nile from Cairo. It was founded on 21 December 1908;[1] however, after being housed in various parts of Cairo, its faculties, beginning with the Faculty of Arts, were established on its current main campus in Giza in October 1929. It is the second oldest institution of higher education in Egypt after Al Azhar University, notwithstanding the pre-existing higher professional schools that later became constituent colleges of the university. It was founded and funded as the Egyptian University by a committee of private citizens with royal patronage in 1908 and became a state institution under King Fuad I in 1925.[2] In 1940, four years following his death, the University was renamed King Fuad I University in his honor. It was renamed a second time after the Free Officer’s Coup of 1952.[1] The University currently enrolls approximately 155,000 students in 22 faculties.[3] It counts three Nobel Laureates among its graduates and is one of the 50 largest institutions of higher education in the world by enrollment.
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Address: Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt