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.
A company's ability to grow and stay competitive has always relied heavily on the quality of its people. In bottom-line terms, employees represent intellectual capital that can make or break a firm's effort to remain competitive. This diploma is designed to equip both HR and non-HR managers to develop and implement the modern strategic human resources practices that manage the corporate intellectual capital and contribute to its profitability. This diploma is empowered by the " Career Development Network" and the "Career Research and Testing, Inc."
Upon successful completion of this diploma, candidates will be awarded - in addition to the diploma- with two highly recognized certificates:
- Job and Career Development Coach Certification
- Job and Career Transition Coach Certification
BUS522 : Training Development
BUS523 : Performance Management
BUS524 : Career Coaching
BUS526 : Strategic Career Planning
BUS583 : Strategic Human Resources
Original Graduation Certificate "In English language"
Original Transcript "In English Language"
Copy of Passport
5 Personal Photos
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; no formula is used. Strong applicants have solid work experience and excellent academics.