Faculty of Commerce at Cairo University celebrates the graduation of the fifth class of joint B. Sc. Program between Faculty of Commerce, at Cairo University, and Faculty of Business Administration, at Georgia State University. The class includes 141 students in specialties of finance, marketing and accounting.
The celebration is sponsored by Cairo University President Gaber Nassar and attended by Cairo University Vice-President for Community Service and Environmental Development Said Daw, Faculty of Commerce Dean Ehab Abu-Eish, Vice-Deans, faculty Professors, student families and some leaderships of banks, corporations, finance and business.
Faculty of Commerce Dean at Cairo University Ehab Abu-Eish said during the graduation ceremony that ،،The program curricula were developed to meet global standards by broad-based cooperation for monitoring the program quality to cope with labor market.,, He pointed out that ،،seventy percentage of the joint B.Sc. program between the graduates of Faculty of Commerce, at Cairo University, and Faculty of Business Administration, atGeorgia State University, this year, are already working in major companies.,,
Faculty of Commerce, at Cairo University, cooperated with Georgia State University for Business Administration to present a joint B.Sc. program in Business Administration that is taught in English. Graduates of this program receive B.Sc. degree from Cairo University and a certificate from The J. Mack Robinson College of Business, at Georgia State University.
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