Program Overview

 

COMPETE GLOBALLY 

Embark on a transformational journey and a life-altering experience in which our MBA helps you uncover the leader in you through expanding your capacity to analyze managerial problems and make intelligent and resourceful decisions; allowing you to navigate through the rough waters of today’s volatile market. Not only will our MBA enhance your career progression, it also develops you into the business caliber able to compete globally.
 
With a tradition rooted in academic excellence, ESLSCA offers a range of well-put, highly-customized academic majors supplemented by a pool of electives that cater to every need in the business market of today. Our dedicated team of Academic Advisors in the Admission Department will walk you through each one of them, helping you choose the most suitable one for you to ensure your maximum benefit academically and professionally.
 
 
 

Program Objectives

MAXIMIZE YOUR POTENTIAL

We take immense pride in being the first business school to add Executive Education tracks to our MBA. We equip you with the necessary skills to assist you on your journey through the MBA by providing high-level, dedicated training programs from Basic Research, to Presentation Skills, to Communication Skills and Problem Solving.

OUR PROFESSORS

We constantly attract top-ranked faculty members that include business practitioners who excelled in their fields, holding doctorate degrees. Our professors challenge students through interactive discussions and utilize the extensive knowledge and insights they have gained over years of experience and research in both business and academia. 

CAREER IMPACT

Ranked as the 9th highest paid European university where graduates earn the most income as per Business Insider. Our graduates are guaranteed secure employment across a multitude of industries. Adding to this the invaluable benefit of business networking and exposure throughout the course of your MBA, the possibilities become endless.

 

Program Structure

Core Courses:

  • Core Courses
    HRM521 : Human Resources Management : (Credit hours: 3)

    This course focuses on (1) managers and leaders with the responsibility to optimize performance and do what is ethically correct; (2) HRM specialists who advise, support, and aid managers and non-managers in their work; and (3) employees who must do the work.  Hence, this course is concerned with applying the HRM concepts, procedures, models, tools, and techniques without exercising discrimination and violating the laws and regulations.

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    MGT532 : Strategic Management : (Credit hours: 3)
    This course integrates all the business courses such as management, marketing, finance, accounting, and human resources to develop a company-wide point of view. It goes on by teaching the student conceptual approaches to dealing effectively with top management problems.
    The role of the general manager is the central one examined here. Problems in developing the strategy of a single business are addressed as well as corporate-level decisions. 
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    BUS631 : Business Research Methods : (Credit hours: 3)

    This course focuses on the role of statistics and business research as tools for the manager to use when making planning and operating decisions. The course prepares the manager to be a critical consumer of statistics capable of assessing the validity and reliability of statistics and business research prepared for the manager's use. Topics include research design and data collection, survey design and sampling theory, probability theory, hypothesis testing, and research reporting and evaluating.

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    ACC511 : Accounting for Managers : (Credit hours: 3)

    This course provides the students with a comprehensive introduction to the basic concepts, procedures and techniques of managerial accounting. Students will be able to use the financial information to take different managerial decisions.

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    MKT521 : Marketing Management : (Credit hours: 3)

    This course focuses on marketing and its role within organizations. It introduces the marketing concept, examines its relationship to other functions in the firm and looks at techniques and frameworks used to examine marketing environments, understand consumer and organizational buying behavior, segment markets and position products, develop new products, manage existing products and promote, price and place products. 

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    ECO511 : Economics for Managers : (Credit hours: 3)
    This course covers microeconomic concepts relevant to managerial decision-making. Students develop an understanding of the economic environment in which the firm operates and learn to think strategically within it.
    Topics include: demand and supply analysis, consumer demand theory, production theory, price administration, perfect competition, externalities and public goods, rudimentary game theory, oligopoly, transaction cost economics, hidden information, and market signaling.  
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    MGT511 : Contemporary Management : (Credit hours: 3)

    This is a generic course, which demonstrates the basic concepts and essential skills for any successful manager such as supervision, delegation, negotiation, team building, leadership, and effective communication skills. It also gives an introduction to the conceptual framework of organization behavior which focuses on the individuals within organization as the relevant unit of analysis in addition to study of nature and relationship among groups and departments that make up those organizations.

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    BUS531 : Quantitative Business Analysis : (Credit hours: 3)
    This course introduces fundamental concepts and techniques or analyzing risk and formulating sound decisions in uncertain environments. The study of decision theory is enriched by game theory, competitive analysis, and multi-criteria decision-making. The queuing theory and inventory management are also examined. The course combines mathematical concepts and the use of software in an integrated way. 
    Students will gain an understanding of modeling and rational approaches to decision making and their contribution to organizational effectiveness.
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    FIN521 : Financial Management : (Credit hours: 3)
    The course is designed to provide students with an introduction to finance and a general understanding of financial management basic concepts and practices; synthesizing current principles of managerial finance, investment and financial markets. 
    The course is structured to cover an overview of managerial finance, working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital and dividend policy and financing strategies. 
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Specialization Tracks:

  • Global Marketing
    MKT651 : International Marketing : (Credit hours: 3)
    This course focuses on international problems and examines the external factors which influence a firm’s international markets and the segmentation of these markets.
    It familiarizes participants to international marketing strategies for small and medium sized firms and global players and the issues raised by their implementation.
    Finally, it introduces participants to the decision-making process for market entry strategies and product portfolio.
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    MKT652 : Service Marketing : (Credit hours: 3)

    The course is designed to address issues related to marketing and managing services and delivering quality service to customers. The course focuses on how to attract, retain and build strong customer relationships through quality service and services. The methods and concepts presented during the course are applicable to every organization whose core product is service (e.g., banks, transportation companies, hotels, hospitals, educational institutions, professional services, telecommunication, etc.) and to organizations that depend on service excellence for competitive advantage (high technology manufacturers, automotive, industrial products, etc.).

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    MKT641 : Consumer Behavior : (Credit hours: 3)

    This course introduces students to a wide range of behavioral concepts, and explores the strategic implications of customer behavior for marketers. The mutual influence process between customers and marketers is examined with the goal of understanding how customer behavior theories and concepts can be used to enhance marketing decision making and to develop effective marketing mix strategies.

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    MKT643 : Integrated Marketing Communication : (Credit hours: 3)

    The course is designed to develop the skills necessary to effectively plan, implement and evaluate advertising and promotional programs. Consequently, an understanding of the overall marketing process, consumer's behavior, communications theory and the media of advertising and promotion is included in the course to enable the student to acquire these skills. As a result, the various factors that must be considered in planning, developing, and implementing advertising and promotional campaigns and programs will be examined. Attention will also be given to the diverse environment in which advertising and promotion operates and promotional decisions are made. Finally, the regulatory, social and economic factors that influence, and are in turn influenced by an organization's advertising and promotional program will be examined.

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    Elec001 : Elective 1 : (Credit hours: 3)
     Choose one of the elective courses below-
    Elec002 : Elective 2 : (Credit hours: 3)
     Choose one of the elective courses below-
    MKT653 : Seminar In Global Marketing & Competitive Intelligence : (Credit hours: 3)
    This course introduces students to the important concept of competitive intelligence and the practical tools and techniques utilized by a given business to enhance its marketplace competitiveness. Detail procedures are described for systematically and ethically gathering, analyzing, and managing external information for use in making tactical and strategic business decisions.
    In addition, several case studies are discussed, which provide insight into future decisions such as: developing new marketing plans, counteracting competitor initiatives, considering a new product, entering new markets, repositioning an existing product, investigating a strategic alliance or acquisition, and identifying new distribution channels.
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  • Human Resources
    Elec001 : Elective 1 : (Credit hours: 3)
     Choose one of the elective courses below-
    Elec002 : Elective 2 : (Credit hours: 3)
     Choose one of the elective courses below-
    HRM644 : Leadership and Team Building : (Credit hours: 3)

    This course is designed to provide students with a theory- and research-based, integrative, hands-on, and practical view of leadership. The many debates and controversies within the field of leadership are presented with an emphasis on integration of the concepts and distilling useful and practical concepts from each theory while taking a cross-cultural perspective.

     The topics include defining leadership, early and contemporary concepts of leadership, leading teams, leading change, and developing leaders. Ultimately, this course encourages students to apply what they learn to their own development and into their current organizations. The course will also integrate the main functions of the effective leader such as planning, control and motivation.

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    MGT654. : Seminar In Global Management & Competitive Intelligence : (Credit hours: 3)

    This is the capstone course of the program and is taken after completion of 45 credit hours. It covers advanced readings in the students’ track of choice. The student is required to prepare a research (either a conceptual or a field study) and present it in an intelligent and professional manner. The course will develop a framework for understanding the importance of Competitive Intelligence in formulating both business level strategy and in choosing competitive tactics. Class assignments will give students hands on experience analyzing an industry and the competitors in the industry. Students will choose a business or product line and then study key competitors using both firm's internal data and on competitors and publicly available data. This course can be attended either in ESLSCA's premises in Paris or in Cairo.

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    HRM642 : Employment Relations ( Labor Law ) : (Credit hours: 3)

    This course provides an overview of the various methods and concepts, which make up and affect labor relations in Egypt. Through case studies, collective bargaining simulations and by examining collective agreements, the student will gain an understanding of the collective bargaining process as well as its application to the workplace and factors that affect employee-employer relations, such as mediation, and conflict management. The course also enables students to evaluate HR policies against principles of employment law. Students learn about Egyptian Labor laws and policies designed to protect equal employment opportunities (e.g., civil rights, disabilities, and family leave) and to compensate employees for occupational injuries and illnesses. Students also learn legal principles affecting employee rights to privacy, restricting employment-at-will policies, and restraining an organization's right to screen employees for drugs and alcohol.

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    HRM641 : Performance Appraisal & Compensation : (Credit hours: 3)

    To survive and to succeed in the market, the business organizations should produce quality goods, offer services that delight the customers and operate at minimal costs. For making all these possible an organization should possess human resources that could function efficiently and effectively. Human resources are valuable resources for any enterprise. The measure of company’s success is as much a function of the way it manages its employees as it is a function of its structure and financial resources. Appraising human potential and compensating them in a scientific and systematic manner paves way for enhanced corporate performance. The course addresses theory, principles and practices linking effective performance management and compensation and benefit systems in organizational settings.

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    HRM651 : Human Capital Development : (Credit hours: 3)

    Recently, many organizations have realized that it is their “Human Capital” that will ultimately have the most impact on their ability to create and maintain a Sustainable Competitive Advantage (SCA). As human capital becomes increasingly important to business success, organization leaders must be skillful at competing for talent and building and deploying talent resources. Organization leaders must also connect the investments in Human Capital Development (HCD) to the critical axis points that affect the organization’s strategic success. They must learn to achieve organizational success by skillfully using the leverage provided by HCD. Therefore, this course will links human capital knowledge with the strategic business activities of the organization from both theoretical and pragmatic perspectives. The course is also designed to explore the essential practices of human capital, and how those practices affect organizational performance. In addition, the course will review a variety of approaches to developing Human Capital in organizations. A special emphasis will be placed on the design, delivery, and evaluation of HR programs related the HCD process.

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  • Global Management
    MGT654 : Seminar In Global Management & Competitive Intelligence : (Credit hours: 3)
    This course introduces students to the important concept of competitive intelligence and the practical tools and techniques utilized by a given business to enhance its marketplace competitiveness. Detail procedures are described for systematically and ethically gathering, analyzing, and managing external information for use in making tactical and strategic business decisions.
    In addition, several case studies are discussed, which provide insight into future decisions such as: developing new marketing plans, counteracting competitor initiatives, considering a new product, entering new markets, repositioning an existing product, investigating a strategic alliance or acquisition, and identifying new distribution channels.
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    Elec002 : Elective 2 : (Credit hours: 3)
     Choose one of the elective courses below-
    MGT641 : Entrepreneurship : (Credit hours: 3)

    The course explores the concept and practice of entrepreneurship and its relationship to progress, with a focus on creating and growing global ventures. It analyses the determinants of innovation and develops the skills change managers need to analyze opportunities and stimulate more entrepreneurship, innovation, enterprise, and initiative from their employees. It also helps students to understand concepts of going to market and competitive sustainability.

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    ACC511 : Accounting for Managers : (Credit hours: 3)

    This course provides the students with a comprehensive introduction to the basic concepts, procedures and techniques of managerial accounting. Students will be able to use the financial information to take different managerial decisions.

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    MGT643 : Project Management : (Credit hours: 3)

    This course will introduce students to the many phases of a project's life cycle and how to address them through knowledge and understanding of Project Management principles and how to manage them effectively using Project Management techniques by monitoring and maintaining control of scope, time, and costs within a project.

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    FIN645 : International Finance : (Credit hours: 3)
    This course provides a basic knowledge of international finance and shows how international financial environment affects giant multinationals as well as other firms that involve in international trade and transactions.
    It will also cover issues related to international financial markets, and international financial management.
    The course is targeted primarily to second-year MBA students who are specializing in Finance by way of the Corporate Financial Management and the Investment Management Majors.
    Topics covered include:
    ·         Foreign exchange rate determination
    ·         Foreign currency options and futures
    ·         Sources of global equity and debt
    ·         Multinational capital budgeting 
    ·         Foreign direct investment 
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    Elec001 : Elective 1 : (Credit hours: 3)

    Choose one of the elective courses below

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    MKT651 : International Marketing : (Credit hours: 3)
    This course focuses on international problems and examines the external factors which influence a firm’s international markets and the segmentation of these markets.
    It familiarizes participants to international marketing strategies for small and medium sized firms and global players and the issues raised by their implementation. 
    Finally, it introduces participants to the decision-making process for market entry strategies and product portfolio. 
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  • Finance & Banking
    FIN641 : Banking Asset & Liability Management : (Credit hours: 3)
    Banking Assets and Liability Management is concerned with strategic balance sheet management involving risks caused by changes in interest rates, exchange rate, credit risk and the liquidity position of bank. Banking Assets and Liability Management is the act of planning, acquiring, and directing the flow of funds through an organization.-
    FIN643 : Islamic Finance : (Credit hours: 3)
    This course allows participants to enter this increasingly crucial area equipped with the skills and knowledge necessary to carry out vital Islamic financial operations. Many countries have recently seen a rise in demand for Islamic banking services, causing the sector to experience international expansion. This program ensures you are up-to-date with latest changes and equipped for success in this rapidly developing field. You will cover essentials such as the differences between Islamic and traditional banks, as well as how bank accounts work under Sharia principles. On top of this, the syllabus explores the key activities of Islamic banks the key activities of Islamic banks and trends in Islamic portfolio management. -
    FIN642 : Investment and Portfolio Management : (Credit hours: 3)
    The course provides a rigorous, empirical approach to modern topics in Investment Management such as Asset Allocation, Investment Instruments, Capital Markets and Global Investments. 
    The course aims to provide participants with the theoretical as well as practical knowledge needed for investment expertise. This course complements the course “Financial Markets and Institutions” to properly equip participants with tools needed to develop a proper investment decision. 
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    FIN644 : Credit & Retail Risk Analysis : (Credit hours: 3)

     

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    FIN657 : Seminar In Global Finance & Competitive Intelligence : (Credit hours: 3)
    This course introduces students to the important concept of competitive intelligence and the practical tools and techniques utilized by a given business to enhance its marketplace competitiveness. Detail procedures are described for systematically and ethically gathering, analyzing, and managing external information for use in making tactical and strategic business decisions. 
    In addition, several case studies are discussed, which provide insight into future decisions such as: developing new marketing plans, counteracting competitor initiatives, considering a new product, entering new markets, repositioning an existing product, investigating a strategic alliance or acquisition, and identifying new distribution channels.
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    Elec001 : Elective 1 : (Credit hours: 3)
     Choose one of the elective courses below-
    Elec002 : Elective 2 : (Credit hours: 3)
     Choose one of the elective courses below-

Electives:

  • Elective Courses
    MKT642 : Marketing Research : (Credit hours: 3)

    Designed to give students experience in acquiring, analyzing, and presenting information for making decisions about the marketing of goods and services. The topics include: methods for collection, analysis, and interpretation of data, demand analysis, and forecasting. Ultimately, this course is not intended to make participants market researchers, but rather good users of marketing information. A pilot market research study is required. 

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    FIN643 : Islamic Finance : (Credit hours: 3)

    This course allows participants to enter this increasingly crucial area equipped with the skills and knowledge necessary to carry out vital Islamic financial operations.  

    Many countries have recently seen a rise in demand for Islamic banking services, causing the sector to experience international expansion. This program ensures you are up-to-date with latest changes and equipped for success in this rapidly developing field. You will cover essentials such as the differences between Islamic and traditional banks, as well as how bank accounts work under Sharia principles.

    On top of this, the syllabus explores the key activities of Islamic banks the key activities of Islamic banks and trends in Islamic portfolio management
    .

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    MGT641 : Entrepreneurship : (Credit hours: 3)

    The course explores the concept and practice of entrepreneurship and its relationship to progress, with a focus on creating and growing global ventures. It analyses the determinants of innovation and develops the skills change managers need to analyze opportunities and stimulate more entrepreneurship, innovation, enterprise, and initiative from their employees. It also helps students to understand concepts of going to market and competitive sustainability.

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    BUS653 : Cross Culture Communication & Negotiations : (Credit hours: 3)

    This course focuses on issues, aspects and difficulties of doing business negotiations in Cross-Cultural communication settings. Specifically, it examines the negotiating types, processes and games. It good emphasis on the interactions of variables related to ultra language, religion, values, attitudes, social organization, education and political environment in the context of (transnational / international business. Special emphasis will also be laid on the personality traits in the negotiating processes

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    BUS654 : International Business Law : (Credit hours: 3)

    This course prepares students for business dealings in international law. The lectures cover in detail the fundamental concepts, principals, and rules of law that apply to international business transactions. Topics include how market infrastructure (contracts, commercial laws, intellectual property) affect business strategy, with special emphasis on legal differences between countries.

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    MGT643 : Project Management : (Credit hours: 3)

    This course will introduce students to the many phases of a project's life cycle and how to address them through knowledge and understanding of Project Management principles and how to manage them effectively using Project Management techniques by monitoring and maintaining control of scope, time, and costs within a project. 

    -
    FIN645 : International Finance : (Credit hours: 3)
    This course provides a basic knowledge of international finance and shows how international financial environment affects giant multinationals as well as other firms that involve in international trade and transactions.
    It will also cover issues related to international financial markets, and international financial management.
    The course is targeted primarily to second-year MBA students who are specializing in Finance by way of the Corporate Financial Management and the Investment Management Majors.
    Topics covered include:
    •    Foreign exchange rate determination
    •    Foreign currency options and futures
    •    Sources of global equity and debt
    •    Multinational capital budgeting
    •    Foreign direct investment

     -
    MKT651 : International Marketing : (Credit hours: 3)

    This course focuses on international problems and examines the external factors which influence a firm’s international markets and the segmentation of these markets.

    It familiarizes participants to international marketing strategies for small and medium sized firms and global players and the issues raised by their implementation.
    Finally, it introduces participants to the decision-making process for market entry strategies and product portfolio.

    -
    MKT641 : Consumer Behavior : (Credit hours: 3)

    This course introduces students to a wide range of behavioral concepts, and explores the strategic implications of customer behavior for marketers. The mutual influence process between customers and marketers is examined with the goal of understanding how customer behavior theories and concepts can be used to enhance marketing decision making and to develop effective marketing mix strategies.

    -
    MKT643 : Integrated Marketing Communication : (Credit hours: 3)

    The course is designed to develop the skills necessary to effectively plan, implement and evaluate advertising and promotional programs. Consequently, an understanding of the overall marketing process, consumer's behavior, communications theory and the media of advertising and promotion is included in the course to enable the student to acquire these skills. As a result, the various factors that must be considered in planning, developing, and implementing advertising and promotional campaigns and programs will be examined. Attention will also be given to the diverse environment in which advertising and promotion operates and promotional decisions are made. Finally, the regulatory, social and economic factors that influence, and are in turn influenced by an organization's advertising and promotional program will be examined. 

    -
    MKT652 : Service Marketing : (Credit hours: 3)

    The course is designed to address issues related to marketing and managing services and delivering quality service to customers. The course focuses on how to attract, retain and build strong customer relationships through quality service and services. The methods and concepts presented during the course are applicable to every organization whose core product is service (e.g., banks, transportation companies, hotels, hospitals, educational institutions, professional services, telecommunication, etc.) and to organizations that depend on service excellence for competitive advantage (high technology manufacturers, automotive, industrial products).

    -
    FIN642 : Investment & Portfolio Management : (Credit hours: 3)

    The course provides a rigorous, empirical approach to modern topics in Investment Management such as Asset Allocation, Investment Instruments, Capital Markets and Global Investments.

    The course aims to provide participants with the theoretical as well as practical knowledge needed for investment expertise. This course complements the course “Financial Markets and Institutions” to properly equip participants with tools needed to develop a proper investment decision. 

    -
    FIN641 : Banking assets & Liability Management : (Credit hours: 3)

    Banking Assets and Liability Management is concerned with strategic balance sheet management involving risks caused by changes in interest rates, exchange rate, credit risk and the liquidity position of bank.

    Banking Assets and Liability Management is the act of planning, acquiring, and directing the flow of funds through an organization.

    -
    MGT652 : Change Management : (Credit hours: 3)

    The course examines the issues involved in the implementation and management of change. Participants analyze the triggers for change, explore ways to pro-actively prepare their organizations to benefit from external change; learn to understand the dynamics that cause internal resistance to change and explore methodologies for dealing with such resistance. Actual case studies are analyzed to achieve a thorough understanding of possible organizational behaviors in a change intensive environment. The course also shed light on the pressures and complex factors that may exist in organizations facing change and the importance of the skill.

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    FIN654 : Contract & Trade Finance : (Credit hours: 3)

    The course is divided in two parts: the first part addresses issues related to trade finance and the second part is devoted to contract finance. The first part is designed as an introduction to the world of trade finance, comprising faces of international trade, instruments used for assessment of sovereign risk and trade promotion. The second part of this course covers the principles of contracting with the government as a prime or subcontractor. It covers the information needed to understand government procurement from formation to contract completion. The course introduces students to the analysis of key issues and their practical application in contracting. The course compares commercial/public contracting methods and explains the types of contracts used by government and the application of each type to the statement of work.

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    FIN652 : Behaviorial Finance : (Credit hours: 3)

    This course is intended to complement other finance courses that are mainly based on the traditional paradigm which assumes that investors and managers are generally rational. Specifically, this course has three main objectives. First, we aim to examine how the insights of behavioral finance theories shed light on the behavior of individual investors and finance professionals in investment decision-making and corporate financial decision-making. Second, we explore the possibility to improve investment performance and corporate performance by recognizing the cognitive biases and applying appropriate 'debasing' techniques. Finally, we investigate the implications of behavioral finance for the construction of good corporate governance mechanisms.

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    FIN653 : Derivatives Market : (Credit hours: 3)

    "This course develops understanding of the basic derivative-related financial instruments (forwards, swaps, futures, at-the-money European options, collars, and participation contracts), and their use in transforming and managing risky investments and projects. Objectives:  1) to provide a basic understanding of derivatives practice and use in financial markets. 2) To provide practical and simple investment and corporate financial management strategies using derivatives. 3) To allow students to apply these concepts and skills to meet investment and corporate finance objectives, using a series of examples that build to a final project."

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    HRM641 : Performance Appraisal & Compensation : (Credit hours: 3)

    To survive and to succeed in the market, the business organizations should produce quality goods, offer services that delight the customers and operate at minimal costs. For making all these possible an organization should possess human resources that could function efficiently and effectively. Human resources are valuable resources for any enterprise. The measure of company’s success is as much a function of the way it manages its employees as it is a function of its structure and financial resources. Appraising human potential and compensating them in a scientific and systematic manner paves way for enhanced corporate performance. The course addresses theory, principles and practices linking effective performance management and compensation and benefit systems in organizational settings.

    -
    HRM642 : Employment Relations (Labor Law) : (Credit hours: )

    This course provides an overview of the various methods and concepts, which make up and affect labor relations in Egypt. Through case studies, collective bargaining simulations and by examining collective agreements, the student will gain an understanding of the collective bargaining process as well as its application to the workplace and factors that affect employee-employer relations, such as mediation, and conflict management. The course also enables students to evaluate HR policies against principles of employment law. Students learn about Egyptian Labor laws and policies designed to protect equal employment opportunities (e.g., civil rights, disabilities, and family leave) and to compensate employees for occupational injuries and illnesses. Students also learn legal principles affecting employee rights to privacy, restricting employment-at-will policies, and restraining an organization's right to screen employees for drugs and alcohol.

    -
    HRM644 : Leadership & Team Building : (Credit hours: 3)

    This course is designed to provide students with a theory- and research-based, integrative, hands-on, and practical view of leadership. The many debates and controversies within the field of leadership are presented with an emphasis on integration of the concepts and distilling useful and practical concepts from each theory while taking a cross-cultural perspective. The topics include defining leadership, early and contemporary concepts of leadership, leading teams, leading change, and developing leaders. Ultimately, this course encourages students to apply what they learn to their own development and into their current organizations. The course will also integrate the main functions of the effective leader such as planning, control and motivation.

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    FIN644 : Credit & Retail Risk Analysis : (Credit hours: 3)

    The course presents current and best practice for retail/consumer credit quality assessment, retail/consumer lending and Account Receivables (A/RS) management, and collections policies and strategies for retail/ consumer credit portfolios. During the course, students are introduced to procedures for managing Account Receivables (A/Rs) and collections, and establishing terms of sale, payment conditions, and payment deadlines. The course addresses issues related to credit quality assessment, forecasting credit loss exposures and evaluating credit granting decisions.

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    MGT651 : Logistics Management : (Credit hours: 3)

    Supply Chain Logistics is the basic logistics class in the business curriculum. Student attention is directed to the logistical mission confronted by various types of business organizations. Logistics is positioned as a value-adding process that achieves time and place synchronization of demand with operational fulfillment. Emphasis will be placed on challenges related to providing logistical support for procurement, manufacturing, and marketing-distribution. This course will focus on supply chain strategy, logistics information systems, segmental positioning, order management and fulfillment, inventory, forecasting and collaborative planning. In addition, we will focus on more operational issues relating to transportation, third party logistics, warehousing, materials handling, international logistics, and facility network design.

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Program Requirements

The Admission Committee welcomes applications from individuals who possess a solid record of academic and professional achievements and can demonstrate their ability and potential to conduct  high-quality academic work. We assess and evaluate each MBA candidate on the basis of the following criteria: 
 - Academic Requirements: A minimum of an undergraduate degree, a bachelor or the equivalent, from a recognised institution of higher education and a solid record of academic achievements on a consistent basis. We welcome applicants with diverse academic backgrounds either business or non-business backgrounds.
 
- Evidence of managerial and professional experience:  The goal of the Admission Committee is to admit candidates  who possess well-defined career goals and a high potential for success at work. We glean applicants' essays and résumés (C.V.s).
 
- Personal qualities:  The Admissions Committee looks for applicants who are ambitious, mature, honest, intellectually-curious, and flexible. Evidence of applicant's personal qualities will be found in application essays, letters of evaluation and the résumé. 
 
- Fluency in written and spoken English:  The Admission Committee evaluates the English level during the personal interview and matches it according to the program applied to. Moreover, the candidates are required to submit any internationally-recognised English proficiency exams.
 
 

Admission

Bring the following documents to the admission offices in Mohandessein, Heliopolis:

  •  ID and Passport Copy
  •  5 Personal Photos
  •  Original Birth Certificate (Computarized)
  •  Original Graduation Certificate or Original Transcript (English or Arabic)
  •  Updated Resume
  •  TOEFL (Paper) with minimum score 500 or TOEFL IBT with minimum score between 59-60 or TOEFL Computer with minimum score 173 or British Council's IELTS with minimum score 5 or ESLSCA Admission Test (EAT)
  •  GMAT is a plus (not required)
  •  According to the new regulation of Egyptian Supreme Council of Universities (ESCU), students of Non-governmental Universities must bring an Equivalency Decision in which their certificate is equal to those of governmental; from either their non-governmental university or the ESCU
  •  You must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 at the end of Diploma to continue MBA program.

An appropriate performance is a must during a personal interview to finalize your admission process.

After collecting your acceptance from the interview committee, you can start registration in the student affairs department (Mohandessein or Heliopolis Campuses)

Post Admission and Acceptance Steps:

Once you receive your acceptance letter you are required to register for your first semester.
Upon registration you will choose your attendance schedule and location1

Attendance schedules offered in the below forms2

  • Friday or Saturday + Weekday
  • Friday and Saturday every other week
  • Two weekdays

 

Cost Summary

Description

Amount

Notes

 Application Fees

1000 EGP

Non-refundable

 Pre-requisite Courses

1,200 EGP

For Non-business Graduates

Registration Fees

600 EGP

Annually

E-library

100 Euros

One Time Fee

Tuition Fees Per Course

4500 EGP+120 Euros

Paid Per Semester

 English Level

2000 EGP

750 EGP 

750 EGP

Pre-intermediate

Business Fluency

Business & Academic writiing (based on EAT performance)

 Graduation Fees

To Be Announced

Paid Pre-graduation