School of Business and Economics

Business and Economics

Degree and Title:
Bachelor’s degree in Economics
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Finance
Bachelor’s degree in Marketing
Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources
Bachelor’s degree in Banking and Finance
Bachelor’s degree in Business Information System

Study Hours/Academic Levels:
132 credit hours/4 academic levels

Study Hours/Academic Levels:
132 credit hours/4 academic levels
600 hours industry training


Boasting an unrivaled reputation as the top private business school in Egypt and one of the best in Africa and the Arab world, the BUC School of Business is dedicated to realizing a positive human impact that is scalable and sustainable. Learn what makes the experience at the School of Business is a unique one.

Why Buc School Of Business?

The School of Business has set the bar high for business education in Egypt, and the region as a whole. The School is among 1% worldwide to hold the prestigious triple-crown accreditation.

Create the future you want

Knowledge is borderless and learning should have no precincts. We take undergraduates beyond the borders of the classroom to explore the practical side of the business world and help them experience firsthand how theory and practice overlay. The true value behind knowledge is not accumulating it but knowing how to effectively use it and apply it in the right context. With that in mind, we actively push our students to tackle real-life case studies, projects, competitions, and experiences all while expanding their local and global knowledge from faculty with real-world expertise in tandem.

Nevertheless, our stride towards excellence does not stop here, we make sure we give our students an edge through:

Continuously applying innovative teaching tools that introduce students to practical applications, including international business simulations, experiential learning and game theory within the classroom.

Regularly inviting industry leaders to share their experiences, journey and knowledge with our students in the classroom.

Exploring beyond the boundaries of the class, the university, the country to a boundless global experience.

We believe excellence is not destination

Dean’s Word

School of Business and Economics offers educational programs that meet international quality standards and prepare graduates to serve the community. 

Significant efforts are exerted by the faculty members and the teaching assistants to support educational capacities and self-learning through skill-oriented courses. 

 Our School pays close attention to exploring and meeting the job market needs through the balanced integration of theoretical and practical frameworks. The Faculty of Business and Economics is keen on supporting students through collaborative programs with distinguished and top-ranked European universities, which helps maintain a competitive atmosphere. Thus, the Faculty has developed and implemented a strategic plan that ensures the continuous fulfillment of its mission.

Professor Dr. Farid Moharam

Dean of Business


Our vision is to become one of the pioneer schools of Business and Economics in Egypt and the Middle East; hence, our Graduates will be Entrepreneurs and Future Leaders.

Our School is committed to preparing qualified human calibers who are able to serve their community, compete in national, regional, and international labor markets, and contribute to the sustainable development of the Egyptian economy through delivering Comprehensive academic programs fulfilling NAQAAE standards. Therefore, we provide the appropriate environment for pioneering academic research by collaborating with national, regional, and international institutions. 

The strategic goals and strategic objectives represent the directions of the college for the period (2022-2025).

These are five strategic goals:

The first goal: to support and strengthen the educational system.

strategic goals:

1.1 Introducing new programs that are compatible with the requirements of the local and global labor market.

1.2 Developing educational programs to achieve the interest of the beneficiary.

1.3 Application of smart education systems.

1.4 A supportive educational environment for students and faculty members.

The second goal:

raising scientific competence to improve the competitive position.

strategic goals:

2.1 Raise the skills of the college graduate and increase the competitiveness of the students.

2.2 An integrated system of cooperation with the labor market.

2.3 Raise the classification of the college and its programs.

2.4 student and professional support.

The third goal:

is to raise the efficiency of the institutional and administrative capacity.

strategic goals:

3.1 Improving the quality of supportive administrative operations.

3.2 Intelligent transaction systems.

3.3 Raising the efficiency of communication with stakeholders.

The fourth goal:

is to develop a system for scientific research, innovation, and entrepreneurship.

strategic goals:

4.1 An environment supportive of innovation and creativity.

4.2 A supportive system for entrepreneurship.

4.3 Studies and research are related to the needs of the local and global labor market.

4.4 Promoting a culture of innovation and creativity.

Fifth Goal :

Institutional partnerships that support excellence, sustainability and community service.

strategic goals:

5.1 Creating and strengthening partnership relations with local and international scientific bodies.

5.2 Creating and strengthening partnership relations with institutions and bodies related to the fields of student training and graduate work.

5.3 Create and support the idea of ​​community communication and community service.

School of Business and Economics

Professor Dr. Faried Moharam
Professor Dr. Gaber Sharawy
Vice Dean for Student Affairs & Head of BIS Department
Professor Dr. Mohamed Elsharnoby
Vice Dean for Post Graduates Studies
Professor Dr. Gebriel Elhalat
Vice Dean for Environmental Affairs and Community Service
Dr. Wafaa AbdElaziz Sherif
Assistant Professor of BIS & Manager of Quality Assurance Unit
Dr. Rania AlaaEldin
Assistant Professor of Economics & Deputy Manager of Quality Assurance Unit
Dr. Ahmed Abdelaty
Acting as Head of Accounting Department
Dr. Noha Adel
Acting as Head of Business Administration Department
Dr. Dina Mohye Eldin
Acting as Head of Economics Department
Dr. Amr Samy
Assistant Professor of Business Administration
Dr. Reem Elalfy
Assistant Professor of Business Administration
Dr. Mahmod Hamed
Assistant Professor of Business Administration
Dr. Samira Allam
Assistant Professor of Business Administration
Dr. Ghada Halim
Assistant Professor of Economics


School premises:

An IT lab with 40Cs, 8 printers, 1 photocopier and 2 scanners.

The classrooms are well equipped with comfort seats, a whiteboard, a data show device, a display screen, a microphone, headphones, Wi-Fi, and central air conditioning.

The central library, based on Campus, includes a large number of innovative nursing books and publications set out in a relaxing environment, conducive to studying. There are comfortable seating areas, group study areas, a silent study area and private study rooms.

There are central halls and stands at the university that can be used when necessary, and they are all equipped for cultural, artistic and sports activities

The university offers a learning management system (LMS) for enhancing learning needs in all areas, assignment, examinations and student registration attendance.

Life in Badr University in Cairo

Our vibrant campus offers a motivating and welcoming environment that is facilitated with a range of services to meet the needs of our students, faculty, and staff.


Embracing individual interests and exploring your potentials is an inseparable part of the campus experience. At BUC, you will find plenty of activities to discover, whether you are an artistic soul, a science guru, a sports machine, or a social butterfly.

Laboratories & workshops

Business school skills lab

The School has practical skills laboratories; to enhance the experience and the education of its students. Skill labs train and educate the students on a variety of BIS & Language skills in order to prepare them for the competitive work market.


Tuesday 26/4/2022, school of business in cooperation with QNB, held a work shop about financial technology & financial inclusion, to introduce the banking services and products, and the concept of financial inclusion.

Tuesday 22/11/2022 , school of business in cooperation with the IPDCE, held a seminar entitled the impact of global economic changes on the Egyptian economy with the journalist Sayed Jbeil.


Academic Programs

Program Hours:

The total credits (131 Hours)

Scientific Departments

Name Faculty Members
Dr. Noha Adel Abd El-Rahaman Assistant Professor of Human Resource Chairman
Dr. Amr Mahmoud Samy Assistant Professor of Finance and the Head of the Academic Advising Unit Council
Dr. Mohamed El sharnoby Associate Professor in Marketing
Dr. Marwa Medhat Assistant Professor of Human Resources
Dr. Reem El Alfy Assistant Professor of Marketing, Dean of Admission and registration
Dr.Samira Allam Assistant Professor of Finance
Name Faculty Members
Farid Moharam Farid Ibrahim Professor of Financial Accounting and Finance Chairman
Ahmed Abdel.Atty Mohamed Assistant Professor, Accounting and auditing Council
Noha Gamal Assistant Lecturer of Accounting
Menna Tallah Zenhom Abdo Teaching Assistant  Major Accounting Staff Members
Raghda Mohamed Teaching Assistant  Major Accounting
NameFaculty Members 
Dr. Dina Mohyee Eldin MohamedActing as Head,Assistant ProfessorChairman
Dr. Ghada Halim AshourAssistant ProfessorCouncil
Dr. Rania Alaa Eldin AhmedAssistant Professor
Ms. Sara FaridAssistant Lecturer of EconomicsStaff Members
Ms. Hager AttwaTeaching Assistant of Economics
Mr. Abd ElRahman HassanTeaching Assistant of Economics
NameFaculty Members 
Dr. Gaber Ahmed El ShaarawyProfessor of computer scienceChairman
Dr. Wafa SharifTeacherCouncil
Mohamed SamirDemonstratorStaff Members

Modern communication technology is rapidly transforming and developing, leaving individuals and corporations with no choice but to adapt and acquire the essential skills to remain competitive in today’s digitized era.

As businesses increasingly realize the importance of new technologies, the need for information and communication experts is at its peak. The study of BIS is designed to adapt its content to a local context, congruent with the needs of Egyptian organizations and capable of addressing IT challenges that arise in day-to-day operations while mastering real-world ICT issues.

You enable effective decision-making. You uphold the integrity of businesses. You safeguard investors.

Accounting is the right path for you if you’re seeking a program to qualify you to act as a vital buffer to global markets.

As an accountant, you will serve as the primary liaison between business entities, their stakeholders, and a comprehensive information system. Your role will involve handling crucial financial data upon which critical decisions are made thus making your contributions the key to effective business decision-making.

Pursuing an accounting degree will also give you the chance to follow a career as an auditor, the active deterrent to managerial malfeasance. You will be the gatekeeper preserving the integrity of the business markets and upholding the principles of responsible governance.

But why should you pursue a degree in accounting today? Because in this period of complex transactions, increased public scrutiny, and global integration the business world has never been more in need of qualified, competent, and well-educated young accountants.

Marketing is a vital function of business operations, which impacts the success or failure of any business. Marketing examines consumer perceptions, wants and needs, and develops strategies that adapt to a society’s evolving trends. Marketing is the foundation that enables businesses to make smart and insightful decisions that empower them to grow.

Today, marketing skills are a must-have to navigate our fast-paced era, one that depends on human interaction as an essential function of business. These indispensable skills include learning about consumer insights, the ability to influence purchase decisions, data interpretation, human interaction, understanding the business-consumer relationship from both perspectives and much more. Students pursuing a Bachelor of Business in Marketing are equipped to act as well-rounded, critical thinkers, presenting impeccable skills that make them savvier professionals.

In essence, finance provides the bigger picture for any organization. With the proliferation of ground-breaking fintech services, the unprecedented growth in banking, and the interconnectedness of global economies dominating the scene, the role of finance has become increasingly central to businesses.

Capital mismanagement can have insidious and immediate economic effects, which is why finance employs optimal money management strategies associated with banking, leverage or debt, credit, capital markets, money, and investments to ensure business continuity and profitability. Even amid fluctuating economic climates, demand remains high for finance experts in global markets.

Optimal Outcomes Require Rational Decision

Have you ever questioned why Egypt floated the pound? Have you wondered why some countries’ economies suddenly collapse? Have you ever been perplexed by how global markets are interconnected?

The modern-day economies you live in often raise a lot of questions and leave you wondering. Economics is the art of analyzing and understanding your surroundings; the art of getting answers.

When you pursue a degree in economics you commit to a journey of critical thinking, a journey where you will:

Study theories that simplify and explain the intricate dynamics of the market you live in
Gain an appreciation and lucid perception of the interdependence of world economic systems
Understand the connection between theory and the main features of economic policy
Economics is a science that changes how you see the world. When you begin to understand the rationale behind life-changing decisions and how it affects you as an economic agent you are granted power. The power to do more than just react, the power to act as an agent of change in this environment.

In simpler terms, Economics is all about making the complex world you live in, a world you can understand. A world you can conquer.

A successful economic future for Egypt, the Middle East, and the world is highly dependent on a basic understanding of business principles and practices and how they apply to firms in a dynamic environment. Through a degree with real-world industry experience embedded in its curriculum, turning a vision into reality or enhancing existing business practices around the world will become possible.


The Bachelor of Business and Entrepreneurship equips students with the skills and knowledge needed to become “business-ready,” including critical thinking, responsible business, and adaptability to complex situations. At the same time, students will explore and unleash their creativity, innovativeness, and entrepreneurial thinking to prepare them for running a new business venture. Moreover, students will learn the ins and outs of the fundamentals of business, including managing people, operations, marketing, finance, business ethics, and more, to fast-track their career progression.

As a Bachelor of Business and Entrepreneurship student, you can choose from our entrepreneurship or corporate track, depending on your preferred career path.

School Department Heads

Dr. Shaimaa Mostafa

Acting as the Head of the Business Administration Department

Associate Professor. Mohamed Hessian

Head of the Accounting Department

Professor Dr. Amr Elatraby

Head of the Statistics and Quantitative Methods Department

Dr. Nesrin Ahmed Abbas

Acting as the Head of the Economics Department

Career Opportunities

Business Department

  • Marketing and Communication Companies
  • Sales and marketing departments
  • Technology, e-services and e-marketing companies
  • Logistic Companies
  • Real Estate Agencies
  • Media and Public Relations Companies
  • Schools, universities and Education Organizations
  • Training Companies
  • Production Companies (factory administration and logistics management)
  • Hospitals and Health Management organizations
  • Trade Companies and general merchandising services
  • Hotel, resorts and restaurants administration
  • Entertainment industries
  • Event planning and management organizations
  • Tourism agencies and tourism companies
  • Business counselling
  • Human resources, recruitment companies and HR departments
  • Market research and data management companies
  • Banks and Financial management organizations



Accounting Department

  • Bookkeeping
  • Accounting Manager
  • Accounts Payable Manager
  • Accounts Receivable Manager
  • Budget Analyst
  • Internal Auditor
  • Financial Officer
  • Financial Controller
  • Cost Controller
  • External Auditor
  • Forensic Accountant
  • Government Accountant
  • Tax Accountant

Economics Department

  • Economist
  • Financial risk analyst
  • Data analyst
  • Financial planner
  • Economic researcher
  • Financial consultant
  • Investment analyst
  • Actuary

News & Events

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International Programs