International Business in the Middle East and North Africa
AUC School of Business has partnered with the University of South Carolina (USC) Darla Moore School of Business to introduce the first cohort program, IBMENA.
The program is aimed at undergraduate students who are interested in pursuing careers in international business, with an emphasis on the ongoing business activities between the Middle East and North Africa region and the United States.
The IBMENA program builds on the school’s leadership position and unparalleled access to the MENA region. This unique positioning, coupled with the Darla Moore business school’s recognized excellence worldwide in international business programs, and the growing organization among AUC and USC accomplished cohorts, gives participants the opportunity to network with successful business persons.
Preparing you for the Global Marketplace
Develop an understanding of business concepts, international business, business culture and international practices.
Study and network with international students from the United States, Europe, Asia and Latin America, and engage with the Darla Moore School of Business network of peers and contacts, all of whom are ready to make an impact on global business.
Develop a cross-disciplinary international mindset through the appreciation of the cultural, sociopolitical and institutional settings within which these global enterprises operate.
Work closely with experienced and highly skilled faculty members from AUC’s School of Business and the Darla Moore School of Business beyond the classroom, through activities, research projects, independent studies programs and internships.
Students who meet the admission criteria at the Darla Moore School of Business may continue working towards a master’s in international business or other graduate programs at USC on a fee-paying basis, beginning in the nth year
Office of Internationalization and Partnerships
School of Business
The American University in Cairo