AUC School of Business Executive Education was established in 1977 offering globally-recognized executive education in three areas: open-enrollment programs, customized programs and collaborative programs. These programs enable today’s business leaders to develop the strategic thought processes and skills necessary to successfully grow their businesses in a dynamic global marketplace.
The programs feature management curricula that are customized to the needs of executives at all levels who are working in global companies, government agencies and nonprofit organizations, empowering them with the knowledge, relationships and leadership tools necessary to drive results at the highest levels of global management.
Programs feature real-world field experience and exercises that involve developing innovations to enhance the knowledge of participants. Program impact is measured after completion of the program to assess effects on the business results of participants' organizations.
AUC's School of Business Executive Education received accreditation from the Accrediting Council for Education and Training (ACCET) in August 2011 for a five-year period.
The Management Center, with its three institutes (Institute of Quality Management, Institute of Management Development and Institute of Banking and Finance) was the entity playing a major role in the professional development and training field. The School of Business was home to the Management Center since 1977. However, in 2008, as a result of an identified market need, a new international executive education arm was founded to target higher-level executives and organizations with specialized training needs, under the name of International Executive Education Institute (IEEI). A decision was later reached to merge IEEI and the Management Center into one entity with a complete training solution to better serve the community in Egypt and the region. Accordingly, the name of the Management Center was changed to become the AUC School of Business Executive Education