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The Faculty of Mass communications and Public Relations, Nahda University, organizes the third annual graduation project festival

Under the patronage of Eng. Muhammad Al-Rashidi – Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Al-Nahda University, Prof. Dr. Hossam Al-Mallahi – President of the University, and Prof. Dr. Dalal Abu Al-Ela – Vice President for Education and Student Affairs, and under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Adel Abdel Ghaffar – Dean of the Faculty of Mass communication and Public Relations, the Faculty of Mass communication and Public Relations organizes the third annual festival for faculty students’ graduation projects next Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at the Nahda University Theater.

The graduation projects of the Radio and Television Department include the “job letter” project, the “Nightmare Project”, the “Great Certificate” project, and the “Break” project.

Graduation projects for students of the Public Relations and Advertising Department include the “Suit and Dress” project, and the “get it in Safe” project.

A group of media professionals participate in the jury for the graduation projects, and they are:

Mr. Amr Abdeen – Dramatic Director, Mr. Mohamed Al-Ashqar – Director of Advertising at Al-Ahram Advertising Agency, Dr. Mustafa Abdel-Wahab – Vice President of the Regional Channels Sector of Egyptian Television and Former President of Channel Seven, Dr. Muhammad Saeed Mahfouz – well-known interviewer and director of Al-Ahram Regional Institute.

The festival also hosts a group of honorary guests, who are:

Journalist Khaled Salah – Editor-in-Chief of Al-Youm 7 ‘newspaper, Dr. Khaled Abu Bakr – international lawyer and presenter of several television programs, Karim Hassan Shehata – sports interviewer , and artist Sharif Agami.

Prof. Dr. Adel Abdel Ghaffar, Dean of the Faculty, stated that the annual festival of graduation projects for students of the Faculty of Mass communication encourages students to compete with each other, and develops their skills in preparing and presenting television programs and films, and producing advertisements and public relations brochures that help them join the labor market.