The School of Business prepares you to become a leader in the global marketplace and equips you for the dynamics and customs of the business world

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Undergraduate

Create the future you want

We take undergraduates beyond the borders of the classroom to explore the practical side of the business world and experience firsthand how theory and practice overlay. The true value behind knowledge is not accumulating it but knowing how to effectively use it and apply it in the right context. With that in mind, we actively push our students to tackle real-life case studies, projects, competitions, and experiences all while expanding their local and global knowledge from faculty with real-world expertise in tandem.

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Graduate

Dream big... go the longest mile...

Our top-ranked, internationally recognized programs will give you the opportunity to access foreign markets and pioneer the reigns of global change. Our graduate programs are geared toward helping you emerge as an impactful, responsible and competent professional that has all the right tools to stand tall in the face of global adversities as well as harness life-changing opportunities.

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Executive Education

Stay Relevant. Stay Ahead.

These programs enable today’s business leaders to develop the strategic thought processes and skills necessary to successfully grow their businesses in a dynamic global marketplace. The programs feature management curricula customized to the needs of executives working in a range of industries and ranging from global companies to government agencies and nonprofit organizations.

AUC School of Business Executive Education aims at empowering participants with the knowledge, relationships and leadership tools necessary to drive results at the highest levels of global management.  

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AUC Venture Lab Graduate Swvl Debuts on Nasdaq

Just five years after joining the AUC Venture Lab as a budding startup, Swvl has made its debut on the Nasdaq ––  the first Egyptian unicorn, first V-Lab graduate and first North African tech startup to list on the U.S. stock exchange. 

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Where business and academia meet: Two AUC School of Business cases win the 2021 Emerald - AUC School of Business Case Writing Competition

The realm of business around the globe is becoming increasingly dynamic and complex. This requires persons in business to be agile critical thinkers that take initiative in solving organizational problems that arise due to the dynamic nature of the industry. This makes the use of case studies in academia of utmost importance because they engage university students’ problem-solving skills and create a culture of active learning, critical thinking, and proactivity.

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An award for impact: AUC Venture Lab recognizes its most influential startups

The AUC Venture Lab launched the V-Lab Innovation Fund Award in partnership with Oxfam and the Danish-Arab Partnership Programme to honor its graduate startups.

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Centers

The School of Business Centers support research, co-curricular activities, capacity building and case development.  

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VLAB

The AUC Venture Lab empowers promising startups by offering the distinctive prospect of capitalizing on the University’s world-class facilities and knowledge base and connecting with the AUC School of Business’s network of students, alumni, mentors, and investors.

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Business Forward

The knowledge portal of the AUC School of Business is a credible destination for business knowledge, insight, and analysis on Egypt and the Arab region. The platform provides business and economy content, covering the latest trends and developments across industries.

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Could New Alamein City be the fix to Sahel’s existential development issues?

Egypt's North Coast (aka Sahel) is yet to reach its full potential as a year-round destination.

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Op-Ed: Accessibility and community-based experiences are the ABCs of post-pandemic tourism

Community-based tourism and accessibility are rising opportunities for inclusive growth in the sector.

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Industry icon Mahmoud El Araby left a business legacy: Q and A with icon’s son Medhat El Araby

Medhat El Araby, shares with Business Forward about the journey of his father and the giant self-made family enterprise.

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AUC School of Business Receives the Business School Impact System (BSIS) Label

The BSIS scheme is a pioneering impact assessment process for business schools, which identifies the tangible and intangible benefits that a business school brings to its local environment. At a time when all organizations are increasingly being held accountable for their activities, there is often a need to demonstrate with well-documented evidence the impact that they have on their immediate environment. BSIS provides such an impact assessment tool.

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