Every year Egyptian Students from Mass Communication Faculties produce new creations through their graduation projects.
For the academic year 2018/2019, SEE offers the most important projects from several universities.
students of Radio and Television Department at Faculty of Arts, Ain Shams University Produced “Maskinoto” film. It aims at establishing the principle of belonging to the roots and the land, and that the love of Nubia is part of the love of the mother country Egypt.
The film is supervised by Dr. Suzanne Al-Kulini, dean of the Faculty of Arts, under the supervision of Dr. Heba Shahin, Head of Information and Project Supervisor Dr. Hind Ali.
“You are the scenario”
13 students in the Department of Public Relations and Advertising Department at Tanta University presented their graduation project entitled “You are the scenario”.
The project aims at raising awareness of the role of the blind people in the society and that they are able to break all obstacles and overcome the vision in their successes.
“And” .. is not just a character
35 students at the Department of Journalism, at Ain Shams University, produced a magazine entitled “W” under the slogan “Not just a letter,” which aims to enable one character to communicate meaning.
“Was and still is”
5 students of Radio and Television Department, Faculty of Mass Communication, Cairo University produced Graduation project under the title “was and still”
The project discusses the definition of the meaning of misguidance and the axes that can be represented and the definition of ways to end it in the knowledge.
” Sakan ”
Students of the Department of Radio and Television at Ain Shams University carried out a short documentary entitled “Sakan” as part of the 2019 graduation projects. The film revolves around the concept of marriage based on affection and mercy.
15 students in the Department of Media, Ain Shams University produced their graduation project entitled “Eyewitness”
The film aims to shed light on the correspondents and the great importance of this profession, because it is difficult and has many dangers and hidden things that the main character does not know. Many of us, and their ability to separate their humanity and professionalism.
” Lakhma Tabakha ”
10 students of Radio and Television department at the Faculty of Mass Communication, Beni Suef University, has created a new radio drama in the graduation projects for 2018/2019.
In the media specialization under the title “Lakhma Tabakha”, the students introduce a developmental radio drama about the development of mind and thought, Where the project connects the thinking of the kitchen, and the personalities of the kitchenware, where the project resembles the production of thought in the mind such as producing food in the kitchen.
Contributed by: Wafaa Fayez