Welcome to the AUC School of Business!
It is a great honor for me to serve as interim dean of the AUC School of Business – the only triple crown accredited business school in the Middle East and North Africa region and among less than 1 percent business schools worldwide who received the AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA accreditations.
AUC's School of Business has a long tradition of academic excellence and societal impact. For almost seven decades, we have strived to provide our students with a multicultural and diverse learning environment, firmly rooted in the liberal arts education approach and featuring a wide range of rigorous and innovative undergraduate and graduate programs in business, economics and accounting. Our active executive education unit empowers business executives and middle-level managers with flexible and customized trainings and forward-looking nondegree programs to prepare them to lead and drive change.
Commitment to continuous improvement and to in-depth quality assessment has become part of our DNA along our journey to realize our vision to be the leading knowledge hub with Arab region relevance and global influence. The School of Business has been recording remarkable achievements year after year as a result of an outstanding engagement and collective effort of all stakeholders. Our journey of excellence continues, and the school is looking forward to more successes with several initiatives in the pipeline. We invite you to be part of this journey. Together we will build a brighter future for our children and our society!
- Sameer Y., Becheikh N., Ohly S. (2015). Innovative Behavior of Egyptian Entrepreneurs: A Model of Antecedents and Consequences, The CYRUS Institute of Knowledge (CIK) third conference on Responsible Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation in an Era of Global Change, April 24-26th, Cambridge MA, USA.
- Mourad M., Becheikh N., Tolba A. (2015). Using Cloud Computing to Promote Case Studies in the MENA Region: A Conceptual Framework, Research report funded by RANITP (Research Academic Network on IT Policies), The American University in Cairo, School of Business, AUC, Egypt.
- Becheikh N., Ziam S., Idrissi O., Castonguay Y., Landry R. (2010). How to Improve Knowledge Transfer Strategies and Practices in Education? Answers from a Systematic Literature Review, Research in Higher Education Journal, 7.
- Amara N., Landry R., Becheikh N., Ouimet M. (2008). Learning and Novelty of Innovation in Established Manufacturing SMEs, Technovation, 28(7), 450-463.
- Becheikh N., Landry R., Amara N. (2006). Lessons from Innovation Empirical Studies in the Manufacturing Sector: A Systematic Review of the Literature from 1993-2003, Technovation, 26(5/6), 644-664.
Interim Dean, AUC School of Business
Letter from the dean