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Students' perceptions of online learning in higher education during COVID-19: an empirical study of MBA and DBA students in Egypt

Cherine Soliman (), Doaa Salman () and Gaydaa Osama GamalEldin ()
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Cherine Soliman: Technology and Maritime Transport
Doaa Salman: October University for Modern Sciences and Arts
Gaydaa Osama GamalEldin: October University for Modern Sciences and Arts

Future Business Journal, 2022, vol. 8, issue 1, 1-11

Abstract: Abstract Targeting to evaluate the analytical rigour of empirical research in management education, this study's goal is to find out how students felt about the sudden shift to online education. As well as to provide an assessment of online education performance in higher education from the students’ perception was it a success or a failure, or a path for change based on the findings? The study also considers the peculiarities of the Egyptian higher education system as well as the students’ environment, capabilities and limitations. An online questionnaire was used to survey 625 MBA and 41 DBA students. Results show that students’ satisfaction with online education is influenced by several factors, including their resources and talents. Student initiative was discovered to play a moderating role in the effects of student, instructor, and institution factors on students' satisfaction with online education. This research is being carried out during the COVID-19 outbreak to see how online instruction affects student achievement.

Keywords: Faculty satisfaction; e-learning; Online education; Faculty factors (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2022
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DOI: 10.1186/s43093-022-00159-z

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