Dean’s Message

Welcome From Prof. Adel Rayan

I would like to welcome you to the Faculty of International Business and Humanities (FIBH) at Egypt-Japan University of Science and Technology (E-JUST),  We are committed to excellence in all of our endeavors: outstanding education , community engagement, and innovative research with regional and international significance. This is why we seek to attract high-performing students from across Egypt ,Africa  and beyond to become part of our growing family.

We are a flourishing school within the university that is committed to cultivating eager minds and shaping them into dedicated professionals who are prepared for high-achieving careers. Our mission which is to create leaders of tomorrow is to be accomplished through a combination of our faculty’s experiential research and contemporary theoretical knowledge. These tenets lay a  foundation for our graduates to succeed in and beyond the classroom.

Students who joined FIBH bring with them inner fire for achievement and our n of Egyptian and Japanese faculty understands how to stimulate those passions. Our faculty utilizes their theories as well as practical experiences from industries to fertilize a learning environment that is focused on creating a deeper knowledge of business acumen. Small class sizes allow students to create bonds with their instructors and peers, while programs such as Capstone, allow students to reach beyond the classroom to solve problems in the real world.  For those students whose views stretch over the horizon may have opportunities to study-abroad at one of our sister schools in Japan.

FIBH provides students with a learning experience that will maintain its value long after graduation. The FIBH consists of two schools: the School of International Business (SIB) and the School of Humanities (SoH). SIB is comprised of 5 undergraduate concentrations (tracks) and 4 graduate programs. In this academic year (2017/2018), SIB will open with two tracks (Accounting &Information Technology and Human Resource Management). Other tracks of SIB and SoH will be opened gradually.

It is difficult to capture the efforts of our faculty and staff in these few words, but whatever exhilarates, motivates, or inspires you to further your education, can be found here, with us. I encourage you to reach out and discover your future at the FIBH.

Prof. Adel Rayan

Dean, Faculty of International Business and Humanities (FIBH)