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GUST MBA program welcomes students at Fall Orientation
Date: 20th September 2022
GUST MBA program organized an Orientation for the Fall Semester 2022/2023 which started on 25th September 2022, where students were welcomed by Prof. Issam El-Moughrabi, MBA Director.
First, Students were welcomed by Prof. Issam who started with greeting the new students and giving them a brief about the benefits and impact of the program in their future.
Later, Prof. Issam introduced the nature of the program and its objectives to the students and emphasized the importance of relating what students learn to their jobs in order to maximize their learning. He also explained to them the importance of working with other students as teams and sharing work experience among other colleagues to diversify the experience students will gain during their progress in the program.
Students were also introduced to the MBA curriculum and its wide variety of elective courses, and they were given more details about the six concentrations available in our program. Students also got a glimpse of the MBA program rules and regulations. Students were finally given information about some previous activities, such as seminars and consultancy workshops which offered the students the opportunity to engage with a wide range of industry-based consultancy projects and solve actual problems faced by organizations. Furthermore, they were given information about the course abroad offered previously during summer semesters.