Continuing and Executive Education
The School of Continuing Education reaches out to the Egyptian community, approximately 20,000 people every year, providing them with the opportunity to enrich their professional and personal lives through a broad range of courses and diplomas. Program offerings cover a broad range of specializations, including language, business and computer studies; human resource management; TOEFL preparation; teacher training; youth programs and more. Click here for more information about applying to SCE.
Established in 1977, AUC’s School of Business Executive Education offers globally recognized executive education in three areas: open-enrollment, customized and collaborative programs. The courses enable today’s business leaders to develop the strategic thought processes and skills necessary to successfully grow their businesses in today’s dynamic global marketplace. For two consecutive years (2013 and 2014), the School of Business Executive Education unit was recognized in the Financial Times global ranking of open-enrollment executive education programs. Click here for more information about application.
The School of Global Affairs and Public Policy’s Executive Education unit provides top-executive training programs to professionals in different fields. It focuses on building capacities of the government and public sector, media officials, members of civil society and nonprofit institutions in Egypt and the region. Click here for more information about application.
Engineering Services has earned a reputation as one of the finest providers of training and services for practicing engineers and industry in Egypt and the Middle East. It offers intensive courses in many areas of engineering, including a variety of professional programs, tailor-made courses, and industrial research and assessment studies. Click here for more information about application.
Established in 2008, Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women Entrepreneurship and Leadership (WEL) program is part of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women global initiative, which provides 10,000 female entrepreneurs with a business and management education in developing countries.
The WEL program at AUC, in partnership with the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, is committed to enhancing the growth and development of female entrepreneurs in the Arab region through a unique blend of certificate and research programs, as well as mentoring and networking activities. Click here for more information about application.
The Professional Development Program offered by the Kamal Adham Center for Television and Digital Journalism is designed for those who are currently working in, or looking to work in, television journalism, advertising or another related profession. Program courses are offered in flexible formats to accommodate the requirements of working professionals. The five-week program meets two or three times each week, for a total of 30 teaching hours. The content of the courses is both theoretical and practical, with a concentration on hands-on workshops. Instructors have both academic and professional experience in the field of television journalism. The Adham center also arranges custom-designed courses, intensive workshops, and training to Arab news organizations — television, radio, online or print — on-site or at the university.
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