Cultural diversity and business schools’ curricula: a case from Egypt

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    http://dx.doi.org/10.21511/ppm.14(2-1).2016.01
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    Volume 14 2016, Issue #2 (cont. 1), pp. 130-137
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The French Ecole Supérieure Libre des Sciences Commercial Appliquées (ESLSCA) in Paris is one of the most important global culturally diverse private business schools in terms of its number of branches and its history. ESLSCA has had a branch in Cairo in Egypt for about 17 years. This qualitative study seeks to focus on ESLSCA-Egypt branch to investigate the extent to which cultural diversity is included in its MBA curricula. The main methods for collecting data are document analysis, a number of semi-structured interviews, and a review of relevant literature. The study findings have meaningful implications for the practices of business schools’ education and training

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