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School of Business and Finance

About the school:
Welcoming its first students’ intake in 2017-2018, at its state-of-the-art campus facilities, School of Business and Finance, Newgiza University aspires to be the leading business school in Egypt and MENA region, as well as the educational hub for business management, creativity, and innovation.

Mission:
Creating a community of an interdisciplinary school of researchers, professors, and students, through fostering excellence and encouraging innovation. This community’s contributions shall enable the school to lead academic and scientific advancement nationally and regionally by building a strong foundation for the 21st-century acquisition of knowledge.

Prof. Stephen Bach, Dean of King’s Business School, Talking About NGU Collaboration With KCL.

Dr. Khaled Hegazy,
Associate Dean School of Business and Finance

Dr. Khaled Abdelaziz Hegazy is Professor of Accounting and Associate Dean of the Finance & Business School at Newgiza University. Dr. K. Hegazy graduated from the faculty of Commerce, Cairo University with a Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting, he holds a Master of Science and Ph.D. in Accounting & Finance from the London School of Economics & Political Sciences, University of London.

Dr. Hegazy has been awarded the Fulbright’s Commission Senior Scholar Scholarship and is a visiting Professor at Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University (Evanston, Illinois USA), and the School of Business & Economics at the UAE University (Al Ain – UAE).

He is a member of distinguished academic and professional associations including, the Institute of Management Accountants – USA, The Canadian Academic Accounting Association, the Egyptian Society for Accountants & Auditors – Egypt, Arab Management Institute – Egypt, the Cost & Managerial Accounting Association – Egypt, and Egypt Economic Forum, Egypt.

Dr. Hegazy served as a member of the following professional organizations; The Implementation Group of the International Financial Reporting Standards on SMEs Committee, International Financial Reporting Standards Foundation, IFRS, London; The Central bank of Egypt, The Committee responsible for developing a set of accounting standards related to the preparation and presentation of the financial statements for banks and recognition and valuation basis; The Syndicate of Commerce Profession, the Curriculum Committee for the development of the Accounting Profession in Egypt; The Information and Disclosure Committee; The Egyptian Capital Market Association – Egypt; The International Accounting Standards Committee, IASC, London, U.K. the Preparatory Committee for the Accounting Standards on Emerging Markets, and The Egyptian Society for Accountants & Auditors, Cairo, Egypt.

Professor Hegazy’s academic research works include publications and conference presentations and postgraduate thesis supervision on risks in financial institutions; Islamic Finance; Activity Based Costing; the balanced scorecard; The design of cost accounting systems; Accounting information systems; Strategic finance; Audit committees and corporate governance; Accounting reforms in less developed countries; the measurement and reporting of intellectual capital, and the knowledge economy.

Professor Hegazy has extensive experience in financial and management advisory, finance & banking, and auditing & corporate governance, and is a registered Consultant with the World Bank in Egypt since July 2009, and a registered Certified Public Accountant in Egypt.

Dr. Hegazy currently serves as a non-executive board member and chair of the audit committees of Misr Life Insurance, and the Administrative Capital for Urban Development “ACUD”, and previously in Barclays Bank Egypt, Incolease, and the Egyptian Resort Company “ERC”.

Professor Hegazy is also a founding partner of Crowe Hegazy, a member firm of Crowe International, registered with the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board – PCAOB – USA.

Accreditation:
The School of Business and Finance obtained the approval from the Egyptian Ministry of Higher Education (Ministerial Decree 3155, dated August 1st, 2017), and subsequently received full accreditation for its undergraduate business program from the Supreme Council of Universities in Egypt in April 27th, 2017, and for its collaboration with King’s College of London (KCL) in September 9th, 2018.

King’s College London:
The School works towards enhancing the international dimension of its programs, thus NGU made a collaboration agreement with King’s College London through which it managed to fully develop the undergraduate business degree matching international standards, knowing that the Shanghai Ranking of Universities ranked KCL as the 56th University in the world. The agreement, which went into effect in the academic year 2017/2018 – the year witnessing the first intake- covered all students’ intakes.
The five-year collaboration agreement between NGU and KCL sought the collaboration between the staff from King’s Business School (KBS) and NGU colleagues in strategic planning, organization, and governance of the new business program. King’s staff has supported NGU colleagues with the development of infrastructure, educational resources, curriculum, learning methods, faculty and senior staff recruitment, faculty improvements, and educational quality assurance.
NGU President, Prof. A. Sameh Farid stated after the signing ceremony with King’s College London, that this academic collaboration is a major step forward which would enable NGU fulfilling its commitment towards its students and society in delivering high-quality education in the business and finance fields.
It prepares NGU students to be active and informed participants of the cultural life, not only for their society but the whole world, enabling them to grow and meet the changing needs of industry, business, and professions.

Acknowledgment letter: to add a recommendation letter from a Math or Physics teacher for all school degrees.

  • American diploma: 8 main subjects required from the school transcript including English and Math, SAT I /ACT I/EST I is required.
  • IGCSE: 8 O Levels including English and Math.
  • IB: English and Math High Level or standard level.
  • Canadian: 8 subjects including English and Math.

The four-year Bachelor of Business Management (BBM) program, is designed to serve the needs of talented and motivated students, who seek to develop a career in business or aim at obtaining postgraduate education in a specialist business field. The program encourages and enables students to identify and resolve the tension between the pursuit of economic success and the discharge of the social responsibility of global business leaders.

BBM combines intellectual stretch and challenge, subject knowledge and understanding, employability skills, transferable skills, and personal development. The curriculum provides students with a broad subject knowledge of management and business, with opportunities to specialize in defined fields. Students develop management skills such as effective oral and written communication, decision-making, leadership, teamwork, information technology and the application of research methods.

The program is open to students with diverse educational backgrounds including arts and humanities, science, and social sciences. However, being a program with challenging curricula and subject content, it is aimed primarily at students with excellent academic records and high potential for success. Accordingly, candidates for this program are carefully screened through a selective admission process.

Program goals:
BBM seeks to provide high-quality education in Business Management in an intellectually-challenging environment equipping students for their future careers and postgraduate studies, aiming at:

  • Developing the understanding that management is a broadly-based social science and multi-disciplinary field of study.
  • Providing students with a capacity for analysis, allowing them to critically evaluate the impact and effectiveness of current management practices.
  • Fostering an enquiring, critical and reflective approach to ideas and issues in a range of organizations and sectors.
  • Enabling students from diverse educational backgrounds to understand organizations, key aspects of their management, and the external environment in which they operate, both in Egypt and globally.
  • Allowing students to customize the program to meet their needs through choosing to specialize in an area of concentration from third year onwards, or to remain broadly based.
  • Enhancing students’ interpersonal, communicative and employability skills, and thus, contribute to their ongoing personal development.
  • Delivering graduates well equipped for more advanced study or employment, both in Egypt and globally.

Upon meeting the requirements set out in the Academic Regulations, students graduate with a Bachelor in Business Management, at the same time they have the opportunity to declare major in defined areas of specialization.

SOBF’S PROGRAM STRUCTURE

To complete the BBM program, a student must fulfill 132 credit hours, comprised of the following:

 

YEAR 1: FOUNDATIONS: 30 CREDIT HOURS, ALL STUDENTS TAKE THESE COURSES
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
BADM101: KEY CONCEPTS IN BUSINESS AND

MANAGEMENT

BADM123: FURTHER CONCEPTS IN BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT: FROM CONCEPTS TO CASES
BADM103: THE CHANGING CONTEXT OF GLOBAL BUSINESS HUMA122: BUSINESS, CITIZENSHIP & SOCIETY
MGMT101: COMMUNICATION SKILLS BADM124: CREATIVITY-BASED PROBLEM SOLVING
HUMA101: THINKING AND WRITING CRITICALLY MATH122: STATISTICS FOR BUSINESS AND

MANAGEMENT

MATH101: ESSENTIAL MATHEMATICS FOR BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT EITHER: ECON121: POLITICAL ECONOMY

OR: BADM125: ORGANISATIONS & TECHNOLOGY

 

  YEAR 2: CORE: 30 CREDIT HOURS, ALL STUDENTS TAKE THESE COURSES

SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
MKTG201: MARKETING PRINCIPLES ENTR221: KEY ISSUES IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP & INNOVATION
ECON201: MICROECONOMICS ECON223: MACROECONOMICS
ACCT201: FOUNDATIONS OF ACCOUNTING FINC221: FINANCE FUNDAMENTALS
ECON205: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS: MACRO TRENDS MGMT222: ORGANISATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
BADM203: BUSINESS LAW BADM227: SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH METHODS FOR

BUSINESS

 

 

YEAR 3: ALL STUDENTS:

BUSINESS CORE COURSES: 12 credit hours, all students MUST STUDY ONE defined business core course per semester in YEARS 3 & 4.

SPECIALIZATION CORE COURSES: students may choose to study an area of specialization as either a major or minor, subject to availability. The minimum credit hours for major or minor are specified in the academic regulations.

CURRENT AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION ARE:

  1. ACCOUNTING
  2. ENTREPRENEURSHIP & INNOVATION
  3. FINANCE & BANKING
  4. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
  5. INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
  6. MARKETING

ELECTIVE COURSES: students can select to study any available courses, subject to having met the pre-requisites and a space within their schedule.

  • ACROSS SPECIALIZATION CORE COURSES AND ELECTIVE COURSES, STUDENTS STUDY A TOTAL OF 48 CREDIT HOURS ACROSS YEARS 3 AND 4.
  • THOSE WHO DO NOT WISH TO NAME A MAJOR WILL GRADUATE WITH A BA IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT.
  • STUDENTS OPTING FOR A MAJOR MUST TAKE AT LEAST 6 CREDIT HOURS PER SEMESTER IN THE CHOSEN SPECIALIZATION IN YEARS 3 AND 4.

 

YEAR 3: ACCOUNTING
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
BUSINESS CORE COURSES:
BADM311: STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT BADM321: CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY & ETHICS
BADM323: QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS OR

BADM322: QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS

SPECIALIZATION CORE COURSES
ACCT311: FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND REPORTING ACCT321: MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING
FINC313: CORPORATE FINANCE ACCT322: CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
ELECTIVE COURSES
STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE TWO ELECTIVE COURSE(S) FROM ANY OF THOSE PROVIDED IN THE SCHOOL, SUBJECT TO PRE-

REQUISITES BEING MET

STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE ONE ELECTIVE COURSE(S) FROM ANY OF THOSE PROVIDED IN THE SCHOOL, SUBJECT TO PRE-REQUISITES BEING MET

 

YEAR 3: ENTREPRENEURSHIP & INNOVATION
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
BUSINESS CORE COURSES
BADM311: STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT BADM321: CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY & ETHICS
BADM323: QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS OR

BADM322: QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS

SPECIALIZATION CORE COURSES
ENTR311: SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP ENTR321: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP
ENTR312: ENTREPRENEURIAL FAMILY FIRMS ENTR322: ENTREPRENEURIAL FINANCE
ELECTIVE COURSES
STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE TWO ELECTIVE COURSE(S) FROM ANY OF THOSE PROVIDED IN THE SCHOOL, SUBJECT TO PRE-

REQUISITES BEING MET

STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE ONE ELECTIVE COURSE(S) FROM ANY OF THOSE PROVIDED IN THE SCHOOL, SUBJECT TO PRE-REQUISITES BEING MET

 

YEAR 3: FINANCE & BANKING
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
BUSINESS CORE COURSES
BADM311: STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT BADM321: CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY & ETHICS
BADM323: QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS
SPECIALIZATION CORE COURSES
FINC311: INVESTMENT FINC321: COMMERCIAL AND INVESTMENT BANKING
FINC312: MONEY AND BANKING FINC322: FINANCIAL MARKETS AND INSTITUTIONS
FINC313: CORPORATE FINANCE
ELECTIVE COURSES
STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE ONE ELECTIVE COURSE(S) FROM ANY OF THOSE PROVIDED IN THE SCHOOL, SUBJECT TO PRE-

REQUISITES BEING MET

STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE ONE ELECTIVE COURSE(S) FROM ANY OF THOSE PROVIDED IN THE SCHOOL, SUBJECT TO PRE- REQUISITES BEING MET

 

 

YEAR 3: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
BUSINESS CORE COURSES
BADM311: STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT BADM321: CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY &

ETHICS

BADM323: QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS OR

BADM322: QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS

SPECIALIZATION CORE COURSES
MGMT311: HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT MGMT321: CHANGE MANAGEMENT
MGMT322: SOCIOLOGY OF WORK
ELECTIVE COURSES
STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE THREE ELECTIVE COURSE(S) FROM ANY OF THOSE PROVIDED IN THE SCHOOL, SUBJECT TO PRE-

REQUISITES BEING MET

STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE ONE ELECTIVE COURSE(S) FROM ANY OF THOSE PROVIDED IN THE SCHOOL, SUBJECT TO PRE-REQUISITES BEING MET

 

YEAR 3: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
BUSINESS CORE COURSES
BADM311: STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT BADM321: CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY & ETHICS
BADM323: QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS OR

BADM322: QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS

SPECIALIZATION CORE COURSES
INTB311: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS OF THE FIRM MKTG322: INTERNATIONAL MARKETING
  FINC312: MONEY AND BANKING INTB321: INTERNATIONAL TRADE
  FINC322: FINANCIAL MARKETS AND INSTITUTIONS.

 

ELECTIVE COURSES
STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE TWO ELECTIVE COURSE(S) FROM ANY OF THOSE PROVIDED IN THE SCHOOL, SUBJECT TO PRE-

REQUISITES BEING MET

NO ELECTIVES

 

YEAR 3: MARKETING
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
BUSINESS CORE COURSES
BADM311: STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT BADM321: CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY & ETHICS
BADM323: QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS OR

BADM322: QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS

SPECIALIZATION CORE COURSES
MKTG311: CUSTOMER BEHAVIOUR MKTG321: INTEGRATED MARKETING

COMMUNICATIONS

MKTG312: MARKET RESEARCH & ANALYSIS MKTG322: INTERNATIONAL MARKETING
ELECTIVE COURSES
STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE TWO ELECTIVE COURSE(S) FROM ANY OF THOSE PROVIDED IN THE SCHOOL, SUBJECT TO PRE-

REQUISITES BEING MET

STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE ONE ELECTIVE COURSE(S) FROM ANY OF THOSE PROVIDED IN THE SCHOOL, SUBJECT TO PRE-REQUISITES BEING MET

 

        YEAR 3: ALL STUDENTS
SUMMER COURSE BADM331: COOPERATIVE TRAINING

(6 CREDIT HOURS TO BE COMPLETED BY ALL STUDENTS IN THE SUMMER BETWEEN YEAR 3 AND YEAR 4)

 

  YEAR 4: ACCOUNTING
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
BUSINESS CORE COURSES
MGMT411: LEADERSHIP IN THEORY AND PRACTICE INTB421: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
SPECIALIZATION CORE COURSES
ACCT411: FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS AND BUSINESS VALUATION ACCT421: AUDIT AND ASSURANCE
ACCT412: MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND INTERNAL CONTROLS ACCT422: PRINCIPLES OF TAXATION
BADM411: APPLIED BUSINESS ANALYTICS
ELECTIVE COURSES
STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE ONE ELECTIVE COURSE(S) FROM ANY OF THOSE PROVIDED IN THE SCHOOL, SUBJECT TO PRE-

REQUISITES BEING MET

STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE TWO ELECTIVE COURSE(S) FROM ANY OF THOSE PROVIDED IN THE SCHOOL, SUBJECT TO PRE-REQUISITES BEING MET
BADM431: GRADUATION RESEARCH PROJECT 6 CREDIT HOURS TO BE COMPLETED BY ALL STUDENTS IN YEAR 4. IF STUDENTS PURSUE AN AREA OF SPECIALIZATION, THEIR GRADUATION RESEARCH PROJECT MUST BE IN THE SAME FIELD.

 

YEAR 4: ENTREPRENEURSHIP & INNOVATION
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
BUSINESS CORE COURSES
MGMT411: LEADERSHIP IN THEORY AND PRACTICE INTB421: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
SPECIALIZATION CORE COURSES
ENTR411: APPLIED ENTREPRENEURIAL FIELD STUDY ENTR421: TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY
ELECTIVE COURSES
STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE THREE ELECTIVE COURSE(S) FROM ANY OF THOSE PROVIDED IN THE SCHOOL, SUBJECT TO PRE-

REQUISITES BEING MET

STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE THREE ELECTIVE COURSE(S) FROM ANY OF THOSE PROVIDED IN THE SCHOOL, SUBJECT TO PRE-

REQUISITES BEING MET

BADM431: GRADUATION RESEARCH PROJECT 6 CREDIT HOURS TO BE COMPLETED BY ALL STUDENTS IN YEAR 4. IF STUDENTS PURSUE AN AREA OF SPECIALIZATION, THEIR GRADUATION RESEARCH PROJECT MUST BE IN THE SAME FIELD.

 

YEAR 4: FINANCE & BANKING
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
BUSINESS CORE COURSES
MGMT411: LEADERSHIP IN THEORY AND PRACTICE INTB421: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
SPECIALIZATION CORE COURSES
FINC411: INTERNATIONAL FINANCE FINC422: MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS
FINC412: MANAGEMENT OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FINC421: RISK MANAGEMENT
BADM411: APPLIED BUSINESS ANALYTICS
SPECIALIZATION ELECTIVE COURSES
FINC413: ISLAMIC FINANCE FINC423: FINANCIAL DERIVATIVES
ELECTIVE COURSES
STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE ONE ELECTIVE COURSE(S) FROM ANY OF THOSE PROVIDED IN THE SCHOOL, SUBJECT TO PRE- REQUISITES BEING MET (OR NONE IF

‘ISLAMIC BANKING’ IS CHOSEN)

STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE TWO ELECTIVE COURSE(S) FROM ANY OF THOSE PROVIDED IN THE SCHOOL, SUBJECT TO PRE- REQUISITES BEING MET (OR ONE IF

‘FINANCIAL DERIVATIVES’ IS CHOSEN)

BADM431: GRADUATION RESEARCH PROJECT 6 CREDIT HOURS TO BE COMPLETED BY ALL STUDENTS IN YEAR 4. IF STUDENTS PURSUE AN AREA OF SPECIALIZATION, THEIR GRADUATION RESEARCH PROJECT MUST BE IN THE SAME FIELD.

 

YEAR 4: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
BUSINESS CORE COURSES
MGMT411: LEADERSHIP IN THEORY AND PRACTICE INTB421: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
SPECIALIZATION CORE COURSES
MGMT412: HIGH PERFORMING TEAMS INTB423: INTERNATIONAL HRM
BADM411: APPLIED BUSINESS ANALYTICS
ELECTIVE COURSES
STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE TWO ELECTIVE COURSE(S) FROM ANY OF THOSE PROVIDED IN THE SCHOOL, SUBJECT TO PRE-

REQUISITES BEING MET

STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE THREE ELECTIVE COURSE(S) FROM ANY OF THOSE PROVIDED IN THE SCHOOL, SUBJECT TO PRE-

REQUISITES BEING MET

BADM431: GRADUATION RESEARCH PROJECT 6 CREDIT HOURS TO BE COMPLETED BY ALL STUDENTS IN YEAR 4. IF STUDENTS PURSUE AN AREA OF SPECIALIZATION, THEIR GRADUATION RESEARCH PROJECT MUST BE IN THE SAME FIELD.

 

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
BUSINESS CORE COURSES
MGMT411: LEADERSHIP IN THEORY AND PRACTICE INTB421: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
SPECIALIZATION CORE COURSES
FINC411: INTERNATIONAL FINANCE INTB423: INTERNATIONAL HRM
BADM411: APPLIED BUSINESS ANALYTICS INTB422: GLOBAL GOVERNANCE AND

SUSTAINABILITY

ELECTIVE COURSES
STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE TWO ELECTIVE COURSE(S) FROM ANY OF THOSE PROVIDED IN THE SCHOOL, SUBJECT TO PRE- REQUISITES BEING MET STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE TWO ELECTIVE COURSE(S) FROM ANY OF THOSE PROVIDED IN THE SCHOOL, SUBJECT TO PRE- REQUISITES BEING MET
BADM431: GRADUATION RESEARCH PROJECT 6 CREDIT HOURS TO BE COMPLETED BY ALL STUDENTS IN YEAR 4. IF STUDENTS PURSUE AN AREA OF SPECIALIZATION, THEIR GRADUATION RESEARCH PROJECT MUST BE IN THE SAME FIELD.

 

YEAR 4: MARKETING
SEMESTER 1 SEMESTER 2
BUSINESS CORE COURSES
MGMT411: LEADERSHIP IN THEORY AND PRACTICE INTB421: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
SPECIALIZATION CORE COURSES
MKTG411: BRAND MANAGEMENT MKTG421: CONTEMPORARY DEVELOPMENTS IN MARKETING
MKTG412: SALES AND B2B MARKETING MKTG422: ADVANCED MARKETING STRATEGY
ELECTIVE COURSES
STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE TWO ELECTIVE STUDENTS MAY CHOOSE TWO ELECTIVE
COURSE(S) FROM ANY OF THOSE PROVIDED COURSE(S) FROM ANY OF THOSE PROVIDED
IN THE SCHOOL, SUBJECT TO PRE- IN THE SCHOOL, SUBJECT TO PRE-
REQUISITES BEING MET (OR JUST ONE IF REQUISITES BEING MET (OR JUST ONE IF
‘SERVICES MARKETING’ IS ALSO SELECTED) ‘DIGITAL MARKETING’ IS ALSO SELECTED)
BADM431: GRADUATION RESEARCH PROJECT 6 CREDIT HOURS TO BE COMPLETED BY ALL STUDENTS IN YEAR 4. IF STUDENTS PURSUE AN AREA OF SPECIALIZATION, THEIR GRADUATION RESEARCH PROJECT MUST BE IN THE SAME FIELD.

 

NGU entrepreneurship village seeks to develop an entrepreneurial mindset and prepare individuals for the future of startups, aiming at building a high caliber able to compete locally and internationally, encouraging learners to give back to their society. The village serves as a business incubator and provides individuals with resources and hands-on experience which shall help them create and innovate.

On top of that, the village tackles a new market: healthcare management of which to become the first university business incubator that provides healthcare management programs.

The village is partnering with Bznsbuilder and Eyouth to provide high-quality training programs to individuals from the region who are passionate about ideas, among business owners and managers, NGU students, juniors and seniors in the healthcare business.

The Exchange and Study Abroad Programs offer excelling students in the school of Business and Finance an opportunity to travel and study at the United Kingdom for a semester and up to a year abroad at its partner university KCL.

The objective of the programs is to create unique learning opportunities for students at NGU to explore their field of study in an international context and enable them to add professional experience to their learning. The programs aim at helping its students to expand their learning perspectives by exposing them to different learning methods than that at their own countries which will build their analytical and critical thinking skills. In addition, the programs provide its students with opportunities to act as ambassadors to their university and their country by being exposed to diverse cultures and nationalities during either their Exchange or Study Abroad Programs. Finally, upon returning from their Exchange or Study Abroad Programs, students will assume leadership roles and provide support to consecutive colleagues who will undertake the program.

Selected students will be able to study for one academic semester or for one academic year at KCL. Selected students will be required to undertake pre-selected courses that are parallel to courses at NGU to be able to transfer their credits upon their return to NGU. Students will need to speak with their academic advisors at NGU to help them in the selection of courses at KCL and the process of credit transfer to NGU.

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NGU offers its students at the School of Business and Finance an opportunity to study at KCL through two programs:

  • The Exchange Program
  • Study Abroad Program

Selected applicants will join either the Exchange Program OR the Study Abroad Program:

The Exchange Program is a program where NGU students get to go on an exchange at KCL for a semester or a year.

  • Those who will be selected for the Exchange program will pay the same academic fees as they would for a semester or a year at NGU but will attend their studies at KCL.
  • To be considered for the Exchange Program; students need to be high-ranking students at NGU who have excelled in different academic levels at NGU.
  • Only selected students with high-ranking academic grades might be eligible for the Exchange program.
  • Exchange students need to maintain their grades up until their travel placements.
  • Exchange students will need to cover their own housing and living expenses during their studies at KCL.

The Study Abroad Program is a program where students from NGU get to study for a semester or a year at KCL:

  • Those who will be selected for the Study Abroad Program will pay the academic fees for KCL.
  • To be considered for the Study Abroad Program; students need to have excelled on different academic levels at NGU.
  • Study Abroad students need to maintain their grades up until their travel placements.
  • Study Abroad students will need to cover their own housing and living expenses during their studies at KCL.

Housing and Living Expenses:

Housing and living expenses will need to be covered by the students whether they are on the Exchange Program or the Study Abroad Program. NGU students at KCL will get the opportunity to receive housing at the KCL housing. Further information on housing and living expenses can be found on the website may prove useful: https://www.kcl.ac.uk/abroad/study-in-london/student-experience/index.aspx and KCL’s residences range in the room type and prices: https://www.kcl.ac.uk/study/accommodation/residences/index.aspx

Student Life at KCL: Students will be able to participate in different on-campus student activities and clubs. They will have several opportunities to participate in study-related and extra-curricular activities on campus. Information on different clubs at KCL could be found here: https://www.kclsu.org/getinvolved/societies/

The first round of exchanges is expected to travel fall 2019 and/or spring 2020. Interested students who cover the below eligibility requirements will be required to submit the NGU online application.

Applicants will undergo a selection process and once selected by NGU, they will be required to fill the KCL online application. Once selected by KCL, students will receive pre-departure support and training at NGU to prepare them for the study abroad experience.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Applicants must be students in the school of Business and Finance at NGU;
  • Applicants must be in their first or second years during the application process;
  • Applicants must have a cumulative grade of 3.3 and maintain the GPA until travel;
  • Applicants must have a valid IELTS test score of 7 during their submission of the KCL application;
  • Applicants must be eligible for the visa application process;
  • Applicants must receive a satisfactory medical clearance;
  • Applicants must have clearance for travel and valid travel documents.

Important Dates:

  • The submission deadline for the online application is 15 September 2021.

Required items:

Interested applicants who meet the criteria as outlined above should complete the NGU online application and submit all the required documents.

  • A Web-based NGU application located here; which consists of essay questions and general information;
  • The following documents need to be sent by email to the International Office: international.office@ngu.edu.eg once you have submitted your application:

▪ One letter of reference – from instructors, professors or work supervisors
▪ Academic transcripts – official, certified copies of academic records;
▪ Copy of valid IELTS Score;
▪ Copy of valid travel documents;

Additional Items:

  • Applicants may include a resume if they desire, but it is not required Selection Process:
  • Phase 1 – mid-February: Eligibility and formal check of Applications – all applications are assessed against eligibility criteria and formal requirements. Applicants meeting criteria and passing application review stage will be called for an interview. Applications not meeting eligibility criteria and/or formal requirements are rejected;
  • Phase 2 – end-February: Shortlisted candidates will be called for an interview and final selections announced. Nominations are sent to KCL to process their applications;
  • Phase 3 – early-March: Prepare KCL applications with selected students.
  • Phase 4 – end-April: Announcement from KCL and start travel procedures for selected students.

For further information; please pass by the student affairs office or send us an email on international.office@ngu.edu.eg.

School of Business and Finance academic calendar for fall semester 2019

School of Business and Finance Academic Calendar – Fall 2019

Tuition Fees:

School of Business and Finance tuition fees for the academic year (2021-2022): EGP 125,000 for Egyptian students. For more information please click here.

Deadlines:

The deadline for the academic year 2021/2022 is 15 September 2021.

Fill out the online application form.

For more information about the application process and how to apply to the School of Business and Finance, please visit the Admissions section.

Dr. Khaled Abdelaziz Hegazy

Associate Dean School of Business and Finance
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Dr. Ashraf Ahmed ElGohary

Associate Professor of Economics
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Dr. Dina El Kayaly

Lecturer of Marketing
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Dr. Marwa Elgebali

Associate Professor of Marketing
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Dr. Rola Kabbani

Assistant Professor
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Dr. Iman Samir Youssef

Lecturer of Finance
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Dr. Lamia Marmouche

Lecturer of International Business
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Dr. Dalia Hafez

Lecturer
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Dr. Yousra Allam

Lecturer of Marketing, Management and Entrepreneurship
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Dr. Dina Ashraf El-Shihy

Lecturer of Marketing
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Dr. Hebatalla Kaoud

Lecturer of Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship  
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Dr. Noha Hassan

Lecturer of Management & Entrepreneurship and KCL Academic Collaboration Project Manager, Finance & Business School, New Giza University
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Dr. Rania El Garem

Lecturer of Management
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Dr. Mostafa Yousri

Associate Professor of Mathematics and Risk Management
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Heba M. Al-Gazzar

Assistant Lecturer of Finance
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Alia Mohamed Adel El Banna

Assistant Lecturer
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Norhan Fekry

Assistant Lecturer
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Hla Salah El-Din

Assistant Lecturer
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Rana El-Masry

Assistant Lecturer
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Mohamed Ahmed Abdel Rassoul

Assistant Lecturer of Accounting and Finance
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Sama El-Gohary

Teaching Assistant
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