French embassy honors Fabs graduates

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Manama, Jan. 14 (BNA): French Embassy to Bahrain organized a ceremony to honor the sixth batch of graduates from of the French Arabian Business School (Fabs) in the Arabian Gulf University (AGU).
The graduates of Master in Business Administration program received their certificates issued by ESSEC Business School in France.
The French Ambassador to Bahrain Jérôme Cauchard, AGU  President Dr. Khalid bin Abdulrahman Al Ohaly, attended the ceremony.

The ambassador welcomed in his speech the strategic partnership and the academic cooperation between AGU and ESSEC Business School, which is one of the leading international universities in the field of business management.
He hailed the success of this fruitful partnership between both institutions, praising the increasing number of students from the different GCC states enrolling in the joint program.

The ambassador valued the proactive participation of Alba by enrolling its employees in Fabs’ Master of Business Administration program.
“The graduates now have remarkable scientific and academic strength that has been built up through hard work and diligence for many years,” Dr. Al Ohaly said.
“Much of this strength comes from the support offered by the respected French Government, which is an integral component of the success of the MBA program. We look forward for more productive partnerships with French educational establishments, with the support of the French Government.”