Alexandria University Executive MBA
The Executive Master of Business Administration is offered by Alexandria University Faculty of Commerce (AUFC) in collaboration with the Robinson College of Business (RCB) at Georgia State University (GSU). This world-class program is designed for successful leaders and executives. The program is targeted at the business community for further education of their high quality upper middle and senior level managers and leaders. Its rigorous and practice-oriented curriculum advocates the best in global leadership practices. It is taught in English.
The AU-EMBA degree is awarded by Alexandria University and not Georgia State University(GSU). The graduates also receive an additional certificate from Robinson College of Business at GSU. Georgia State University's involvement is limited to curriculum design, co-teaching, and faculty development. Student matters including admission is done by Alexandria University Faculty of Commerce. Questions regarding accreditation and admission should be directed to and are best answered by Dr. Aly Messallam, AU-EMBA Director.
The program is taught by world-renowned faculty from both Egypt and the U.S.A, employing latest teaching methodologies, cases, and practices.
The 24 month EMBA program has convenient Alexandria locale and a branch in Cairo with international residency in the U.S.A. Classes are held on Fridays and Saturdays for the convenience of working students. To help balance work, school, and personal commitments, students take just two courses at a time for seven weeks.
Executive MBA students
Students represent the top minds in business from a varying array of industries and disciplines. The program promotes teamwork and networking as well as cutting edge technology. Through the “cohort approach” to learning, students interact through classes, study groups, team-building exercises, and social activities providing them with new insights and vastly broadened personal and professional perspectives. Often, the students immediately apply the knowledge gained in the classroom to everyday challenges faced in the workplace. Likewise, situations from work are brought into the classroom for discussion and even resolution.
Expanded global network
The lessons learned during the EMBA program - from classmates, faculty, alumni, executive guest speakers, and international residency - help refine leadership skills and allow one to reach the next level of career success.