About The Faculty

The Faculty of Economics and International Trade encourages its students to develop the required skills and knowledge to engage in the business world as qualified employees and businesses with creative and innovative business ideas. In addition, the faculty enhance the entrepreneurship tendency by inspiring and enabling students to engage in entrepreneurial communities and competitions.

The Faculty of Economics and International Trade provides students with academic lectures associated with vocational training in various financial institutions and international business organizations. In addition, through the University’s TICO offices support the application of knowledge and the financial and technical support of students’ innovative ideas. Students can increase their knowledge and skills in five specialized pathways.

International Business: This pathway qualifies the students to understand and engage in the business framework according to local and international standards.

International Economics: This pathway encourages students to understand trade and financial transactions that take place within the economy and across the borders and qualifies students to develop their ability to set and apply growth and development plans on both country and company levels.

Finance and Investment: This pathway introduces students to different financial instruments and institutions and promotes their ability to analyze and evaluate various financial and real investment opportunities.

Marketing and Innovation: In a world characterized by severe competition and changing demands and needs, the marketing and innovation pathway supports students with unique and updated knowledge and marketing techniques that enable students to be creative in preparing their marketing mixtures and strategies.

Accounting: This pathway promotes the skills of using and recording data and preparing accounting and financial reports and statements to make accurate, efficient, and informed decisions.