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Before becoming chairman, he was elected as the dean of the Faculty of Commerce," he said.
Lutuf Ali Phulpoto Dean Faculty of Commerce & Business Administration, Prof Dr.
They should have the right, just like men, to play a leadership role in society," Noha Ahmed, a student at the Faculty of Commerce, Ain Shams University, told this newspaper.
Birmingham's reforming mayor Joseph Chamberlain was a driving force behind the creation of Birmingham University in partnership with employers - and they unashamedly ensured it prepared students for the workplace by including a Faculty of Commerce, she said.
EFMD would like to warmly congratulate the: Victoria University of Wellington, Faculty of Commerce & Administration, Singapore Management University, Lee Kong Chian School of Business and the University of Sheffield, Management School BRUSSELS, Dec.
Small business are suffering Ali Qaed, a professor in Faculty of Commerce at Sana'a University, has said Yemen's workforce does not only work in offices but also in businesses.
Salalah: Sheikh Salim bin Oufit al-Shanfari, Head of Salalah Municipality patronized over the seminar on "Insurance Subject Addition to Faculty of Commerce and Administrative Sciences" in Dhofar University after getting the approval from Higher Education Ministry for adding the insurance specialty within the faculty programme on the level of diploma and bachelor starting from the coming academic year.
A pretty straightforward process has been entirely hijacked by politics," Don Ross, Faculty Dean at the University of Cape Town's faculty of commerce, told Reuters in an interview last week.