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A unique American business curriculum integrates strategic management theory with practical ‘toolkit’ modules that enhance real business skills. Two travel seminars introduce participants to world market leaders in a focused setting.

With more full-time, resident faculty than any other business programme in the area, EMBA students at AUS receive personal attention from professors who understand the context of business in the Gulf region.

Accredited in both the US and the UAE, AUS is a pioneer in the region for curriculum quality and co-educational student learning. Widely recognised for the quality of instruction and the design of its campus, AUS offers an exceptional environment for executive education. This includes the largest academic library in the area and a new, dedicated business building to open in 2010.

Business graduates from AUS hold leading positions in local and family businesses, multinationals and government. Corporate and family business sponsors are encouraged to contact us about arrangements for multiple participants.

Meeting on alternate weekends, the programme minimises disruptions in your work schedule, while the modular approach develops integrated skill sets that can be applied as soon as you return to the office. But don’t believe us; talk to AUS graduates.

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American University of Sharjah

Name: School of Business & Management, American University of Sharjah

Address: PO Box 26666, Sharjah, UAE

Tel: (+971) 6515 2334

Fax: (+971) 6515 2393

Email: emba@aus.edu

Website: www.aus.edu/sbm/emba/

Contact for admissions: Asad Abi Ali, ali@aus.edu

Status of establishment: Public non-profit

Date founded:1997

Head/principal directors: Rob Bateman

Staff/student ratio:15:1

Number of academic staff: 82

Number of part-time students: 102

Proportion of female students: 43 per cent

Proportion of female staff: 23 per cent

Proportion of overseas students: 48 per cent

Proportion of students sponsored:15 per cent

Self-funded students: 85 per cent

Typical costs: AED190,000

  • All information on this page has been supplied by American University of Sharjah. MEED cannot guarantee the accuracy of this information and does not endorse any views expressed