Accredited MBA in Egypt


Duncan

Mali, you are confusing accreditation with the right to issu degrees. Cardiff Metropolitain University has a Royal Charter, allowing it to issue degrees in a very straightforward way. However neither MBA is not independendently accredited by AACSB or AMBA.

Mali, you are confusing accreditation with the right to issu degrees. Cardiff Metropolitain University has a Royal Charter, allowing it to issue degrees in a very straightforward way. However neither MBA is not independendently accredited by AACSB or AMBA.
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alifathi

is there is any site link appear the ranking of Accredited

is there is any site link appear the ranking of Accredited
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Duncan

If you use the MBA Program Search option, above on the left, you can select the option to list only accredited programmes.

If you use the MBA Program Search option, above on the left, you can select the option to list only accredited programmes.
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Nano

I wanna ask if i want to get the First year of mba from academy,then i have to travel to saudi arabia so, can i complete the remain year there?and what are the processes i should do here and there to get the certificate ?

I wanna ask if i want to get the First year of mba from academy,then i have to travel to saudi arabia so, can i complete the remain year there?and what are the processes i should do here and there to get the certificate ?
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Duncan

No, I don't think any business school worth attending would allow that.

No, I don't think any business school worth attending would allow that.
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h-mohamed

Hi,

I am comparing between AAST & ESLSCA for the MBA degree.. Any idea which one is better and whether they are both accredited universities?

Hi,

I am comparing between AAST & ESLSCA for the MBA degree.. Any idea which one is better and whether they are both accredited universities?
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Duncan

Neither has internationally-respected accreditation. Take a look at http://www.find-mba.com/university/642/arab-academy-for-science-technology-and-maritime-transport-aastmt/discussions

Neither has internationally-respected accreditation. Take a look at http://www.find-mba.com/university/642/arab-academy-for-science-technology-and-maritime-transport-aastmt/discussions
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In 2014 graduation ceremony it was clearly announced by Dr. Ali El Meligui:

" It doesn't matter with us accrediting your MBA certificates "

and till this moment they advised new applicants that eslsca is accredited !!!

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Eslsca-Accreditation-Dilemma/1400675956847483

In 2014 graduation ceremony it was clearly announced by Dr. Ali El Meligui:

" It doesn't matter with us accrediting your MBA certificates "

and till this moment they advised new applicants that eslsca is accredited !!!

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Eslsca-Accreditation-Dilemma/1400675956847483
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Razors Edg...

" It doesn't matter with us accrediting your MBA certificates "

What does this even mean?

and till this moment they advised new applicants that eslsca is accredited !!!

But it's not accredited by AACSB, AMBA, or EQUIS - the organizations that matter.

<blockquote>" It doesn't matter with us accrediting your MBA certificates "</blockquote>
What does this even mean?

<blockquote>and till this moment they advised new applicants that eslsca is accredited !!!</blockquote>
But it's not accredited by AACSB, AMBA, or EQUIS - the organizations that matter.
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Iam egyptian . The fact is Eslsca cheating us because into their egyptian site they are included Amba and AACSB inside their accreditation although if u surf AAcSB website you will get ESLSCA without that accreditation and you can make sure of that by surfing their french website

Iam egyptian . The fact is Eslsca cheating us because into their egyptian site they are included Amba and AACSB inside their accreditation although if u surf AAcSB website you will get ESLSCA without that accreditation and you can make sure of that by surfing their french website
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badux

Yes, this school is misleading in their use of the AACSB logo on their website; ESLSCA does not have AACSB accreditation. They also use the Financial Times logo, which makes no sense, given that the school is not ranked in any ranking.

Yes, this school is misleading in their use of the AACSB logo on their website; ESLSCA does not have AACSB accreditation. They also use the Financial Times logo, which makes no sense, given that the school is not ranked in any ranking.
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i need to know if BSN (bussines school in netherlands) is accredited or not please irs urgent need reply me as soon as you can and if it accredited across europe or not ...
thanks

i need to know if BSN (bussines school in netherlands) is accredited or not please irs urgent need reply me as soon as you can and if it accredited across europe or not ...
thanks
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mba hipste...

I believe that the only business school in Egypt accredited by AMBA, AACSB, or EQUIS continues to be the American University in Cairo:

http://find-mba.com/search/result?keyword=&area=96&spec=&language=&program=&accredition=true&rank=false&averageGmat=200;800

I believe that the only business school in Egypt accredited by AMBA, AACSB, or EQUIS continues to be the American University in Cairo:

http://find-mba.com/search/result?keyword=&area=96&spec=&language=&program=&accredition=true&rank=false&averageGmat=200;800

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Excecuse me guys , all i got after reading most of your discussions is that accreditation is very important if i am going for further studies in Egyptian university following my MBA , and i got that AASCB is one of the most trusted accreditations for any MBA program , so please tell me if you have the experience with that , is AASCB accreditation enough for post studies in Egyptian university and does this accreditation reflect the high standards of an MBA program ?!
Thanks in advance

Excecuse me guys , all i got after reading most of your discussions is that accreditation is very important if i am going for further studies in Egyptian university following my MBA , and i got that AASCB is one of the most trusted accreditations for any MBA program , so please tell me if you have the experience with that , is AASCB accreditation enough for post studies in Egyptian university and does this accreditation reflect the high standards of an MBA program ?!
Thanks in advance
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Duncan

Yes and yes.

Read: Why international accreditation matters http://www.find-mba.com/board/41224

Yes and yes.

Read: Why international accreditation matters http://www.find-mba.com/board/41224
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mba hipste...

Yes, AACSB accreditation ensures high standards, but more importantly, AACSB-accredited business schools will most likely have better connections with employers and their graduates will probably have better salary outcomes than those from business schools that don't have the accreditation.

You're going to be safer in the long run doing an MBA from an AACSB-accredited business school.

Yes, AACSB accreditation ensures high standards, but more importantly, AACSB-accredited business schools will most likely have better connections with employers and their graduates will probably have better salary outcomes than those from business schools that don't have the accreditation.

You're going to be safer in the long run doing an MBA from an AACSB-accredited business school.
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reham

Yes, this school is misleading in their use of the AACSB logo on their website; ESLSCA does not have AACSB accreditation. They also use the Financial Times logo, which makes no sense, given that the school is not ranked in any ranking.

You are true .. but they justify using the AACCSB ANF FT logo because they are members in FT and AASCB

[Edited by reham on Jan 11, 2015]

[quote]Yes, this school is misleading in their use of the AACSB logo on their website; ESLSCA does not have AACSB accreditation. They also use the Financial Times logo, which makes no sense, given that the school is not ranked in any ranking.[/quote]
You are true .. but they justify using the AACCSB ANF FT logo because they are members in FT and AASCB
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mba hipste...

No, they can't justify usage of the AACSB logo without a clarifying statement, which should state specifically that they are a member, according to the AACSB website:

Non-accredited members interested in promoting their AACSB Membership should use the following statement, including a link to the AACSB International "About" Web page:

"{Member Institution/Organization} is a member of AACSB International—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. www.aacsb.edu/about.”

[Edited by mba hipster on Jan 12, 2015]

No, they can't justify usage of the AACSB logo without a clarifying statement, which should state specifically that they are a member, according to the AACSB website:

Non-accredited members interested in promoting their AACSB Membership should use the following statement, including a link to the AACSB International "About" Web page:

"{Member Institution/Organization} is a member of AACSB International—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. www.aacsb.edu/about.”
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A very definite question, that might not have a very definite answer? Is ESLSCA a good place to get my MBA degree? How will it be compared to others? In Egypt I can't find any entity but the AUC that is accredited and is only accredited by a single body AACSB...

A very definite question, that might not have a very definite answer? Is ESLSCA a good place to get my MBA degree? How will it be compared to others? In Egypt I can't find any entity but the AUC that is accredited and is only accredited by a single body AACSB...
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mba hipste...

That's right, AUC is still the only local business school in Egypt that has international accreditation.

You can also look into the MSM EMBA program offered through a partnership with RITI.

That's right, AUC is still the only local business school in Egypt that has international accreditation.

You can also look into the MSM EMBA program offered through a partnership with RITI.

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