The Graduate Diploma programs are offered under the academic supervision of Group ESLSCA faculty, and are applicable to the Master Degree program MIBA if certain criteria are met. Diplomas are awarded upon successful completion of a minimum of 18 credits, with a minimum grade point average of 3.00.
GD can be completed in three academic terms. It should be noted, however, that the time to complete the program is nine months.
The credits earned will be transferred to our Master Degree Program.
The program is designed to provide solid functional knowledge to individuals who already have an academic background in business or in related fields. It allows students to develop solid analytical abilities. Students also establish collaborative work skills, team-building skills and acquire an understanding of the global marketplace.
BUS509 : Contemporary Management
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.
BUS516 : Accounting for Managers
Examines the use and preparation of cost and management data for planning, decision-making, and control. It is intended as an introduction for individuals who will make business decisions and evaluate the performance of business units using accounting data. Topics covered include: cost allocation systems, cost for short-term and long-term decision-making, customer profitability analysis, and planning and management control systems.
BUS616 : International Finance
Introduces students to the international monetary environment and capital markets. Topics covered include: foreign exchange rate determination; foreign currency options and futures; sources of global equity and debt; multinational capital budgeting; and foreign direct investment.
BUS518 : Financial Management
Covers the foundations of corporate finance and investments. Students use these foundations to analyze financial decisions. Topics covered include: the valuation of fixed-income securities and stocks, capital budgeting and the choice of investment projects, the optimal capital structure of the firm, and the notion of market efficiency.
BUS620 : International Marketing
Designed to review the basic principles of marketing and to then examine in-depth the process of marketing goods and services on an international basis. Particular emphasis is placed on cultural problems facing international marketers as well as multinational corporations. Using readings from the required text, articles from recent business press, and cases students learn international marketing strategies relating to products and services, the international marketing mix and marketing tactics, and the development of marketing management on an international level.
BUS520 : Marketing Management
An introductory course in marketing management. It exposes students to the marketing process, the analytical tools required to make the process work, and related managerial issues. The first part of the course focuses on the analytical tools that marketers must use to build effective programs, while the second part of the semester focuses on applying these tools to developing the marketing mix: product, price, placement, and promotion.
Original Graduation Certificate "In English language"
Original Transcript "In English Language"
Copy of Passport
Updated Resume (C.V)
Application Fee: 275 LE (Non Refundable)
EAT or equivalent local TOEFL with minimum score of 500 is required of all applicants from International Center for Cultural Development (ICCD) at Venny Square, Dokki or call them at (202) 37625293/4
After you have submitted your application for the GD program, the Admission office will evaluate your file. Candidates will be invited to interview following the initial review of the application, at the discretion of the admissions committee. The Academic Committee bases its decision through the interview on the strength of the application as a whole. Strong applicants have solid work experience and excellent academics.