Prof. Sameh Nada:
Students at Egypt Japan University of Science and Technology Won First Place in the Second Phase of the International Entrepreneurship Competition.
Prof. Sameh Nada, Vice President of Academic Affairs and Education, Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology (E-JUST), announced that a team of the University students won first place in the second phase of the International Hult Prize Competition in the field of entrepreneurship in a competition with 44 teams from different universities around the world. The team includes the following students: Maryam Ayman, Esraa Samir, Marwan Ahmed and Mohamed El-Sayed.
Prof. Sameh added that the University is keen on providing all support to students in order to encourage their involvement in cultural and scientific activities and participate in international competitions by providing a suitable environment for them to excel and be creative. He praised the scientific excellence and brilliance of the team participating in the competition and congratulated them on this achievement.
Prof. Hatem Mahmoud, supervisor of student activities at the University, explained that the Hult Prize International Entrepreneurship Competition takes place in several stages, the first stage at universities from different countries, and the second in cities around the world, such as Cairo, Paris and Beirut, and the third stage is in Boston in the United States of America or in The United Kingdom. This stage is the penultimate stage, from which 6 winners will be promoted to present their project at the United Nations to win the one-million-dollar prize!
He added that the Changemakers team from E-JUST managed to win first place in the second stage held in Beirut (Beirut Impact Summit) out of 44 teams from different countries and universities around the world, explaining that the University’s team is the second team from Egypt to qualify for this stage. E-JUST’s team is considered one of the few teams that reached this stage in Egypt since the first initiation of the competition 11 years ago.