Our new Master of Business Administration (MBA) program students, I am very pleased to welcome you to our campus, your second home. You are about to embark on, what I hope will be, an extraordinary journey made up of valuable sets of experiences here at GUST.
Today’s world needs leaders who are highly innovative business professionals with nimble minds, strong analytical skills, and pulsing with the ability to take proactive decisions to overcome complex management problems. This is why GUST ensures to foster a high-impact learning environment that reflects its belief by applying the concepts practically, and this is the key to practical knowledge. We will support your decision in pursuing your MBA degree. Our aim here at GUST is to provide you with powerful and transformational experience to be built around your strengths and aspirations. This program
is developed to help advancing your personal growth, and leveraging your professional performance to confidently reach your goals.
GUST’s MBA program is designed with using the “know-how” adopted from the latest schools of thought on business management. It is composed of team projects, case studies, visiting lecturers, special speakers, simulations, and the opportunity to attend a short course at one of our partner universities abroad. Your instructors will work to instill in you the core qualities required in the business world by helping you developing and evolving as leaders, learning to derive the advantages of working as a team, and cultivating your strategic thinking skills. The program will also emphasize and promote the importance of working within ethical framework in order to shape your capabilities and mold you into successful, ambitious leaders with creative business ideas; leaders who are capable of making rational decisions based on complex yet, reliable data.
On behalf of the GUST community, I wish you success in every step of the way, and hope that earning your MBA degree will have a positive impact on your endeavours towards achieving your hoped goals.
Professor Bassam Alameddine