Shirin Jamal Mohammad Rashid

Shirin Jamal Mohammad Rashid


Department of Hospital & Health Administration


Shirin Jamal is a PhD student currently and at the same time works as Head of the Department of Health Administration and Hospitals affiliated to the Faculty of Administration and Economics at the Lebanese French University and at the same time was commissioned by the university to be the head of social activities and events for the university, where she obtained a master’s degree in business administration in 2019 at Salah El-Din University She also completed her BA at Cihan University in 2014. She also has social activities outside the university. In addition to her Kurdish language, she is fluent in languages ​​(Arabic, English and German) and lived most of her life in Germany and traveled several countries and lived with several cultures in different countries of the world.


  • PhD. Candidate - Business Administration - Near East University, Cyprus
  • Master’s Degree in Management at Salahaddin University in 2019.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Administrative Sciences and Economics for the academic year 2013-2014 at Cihan University- Erbil.


  • Jamal, S. (2021). The impact of online learning on students: Evidence from Lebanese French University-Erbil. International Journal of Research in Business and Social Science (2147-4478), 10(3), 522-532.
  • Mohammad, S. (2021). Impact of Brand Loyalty on Customer Satisfaction (An Empirical Analysis of Clothing Brands). Jamal, S. & Sultan, K.(2021). Impact of Brand Loyalty on Customer Satisfaction (An Empirical Analysis of Clothing Brands). Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education, 12(10), 7085-7093.
  • Rashid, S. J. M. (2022). The Relationship Between Social Entrepreneurship, Corporate Social Responsibility and Organizational Performance in Social Economy Companies at Kurdistan Region of Iraq. QALAAI ZANIST JOURNAL, 7(1), 1019-1037.


Group work and management95%
Teaching and good communication proficiency92%
Crisis management and the ability to make decisions in difficult times90%