Professors, Directors and Coach (Doctorates and Masters)
Professors, thesis supervisor, directors of Doctorate and Master, and coach are fundamental in our training model; all of them are always available to the student. The exercises that the student must submit to his professors ensure that training objectives are fulfilled.
EENI (School of International Business) has an interdisciplinary team of professors of international business in Europe, Africa, Asia, and America. Many of these experts are alumni of EENI.
Below is presented a summary of the CV of some professors of EENI:
Dr Geneviève Barro. Directress of the Doctorate in International Business specialisation Africa. Burkina Faso.
Susana Fernández (Directress of International Relations of EENI and Professor). Spain.
Mabel Turk (EENI Professor). Argentina.
Dr Margarita Carrillo López (Directress of the School of Doctorate EENI. Directress of Doctoral thesis). Spain.
Dr Fatos Beka (Director of the Doctorate in Ethics, Religions and International Business, Director of the Doctoral Thesis, and professor). Kosovo.
Najib Yahya Abdulalem Hassan. Director of the Doctorate in International Business specialisation Muslim Countries. Malaysia, Yemen.
Dr Henry Acuña Barrantes (Director of the Doctorate in International Business specialisation America, Director of the Doctoral Thesis, and professor). Colombia.
Dr Albert Bialufu Ngandu (Director of the Doctoral Thesis). The Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Josep Bertrán i Vall (Professor). Spain.
Asif Soroush (Professor). Afghanistan.
Dr Ousséni SO (Director of Thesis). Burkina Faso.
Jean Paul Gosse (Professor). France.
Carlos C. Contreras Rojas (Professor). Venezuela.
Dr Aliou Niang (Director of the Doctoral Thesis). Senegal.
Gustavo Baell (Professor). Spain.
Jean Thierry Somda (Professor). Burkina Faso.
Julio Fuster Bragado (Professor and director of the Postgraduate in International Tenders). Spain.
Paterson Ngatchou (Professor). Spain / Cameroon.
Guillermo Pie Jahn (Professor and Director of the Department of Languages of EENI). Spain.
Adérito Fernandes (EENI Professor). Guinea-Bissau.
Prospero Kemayou (EENI Professor). Cameroon / Chad.
Pedro Nonell Torres (Director of EENI and professor).
The official languages of EENI are English, French, Portuguese, and Spanish. Our team of Professors from different countries can communicate in these languages; in addition, some professors speak Arabic, Russian, Chinese, Urdu, Hindi...
The student can submit their questions, exercises, and thesis in these languages.
Why are there so many African teachers in EENI?
1- EENI has a strong commitment to Africa's development. The
EENI African Scholarships have allowed hundreds of students from 54 African countries to access an affordable higher education.
2- This commitment is the result of the EENI AHIMSA VISION: "Affordable Higher Education for 99% of humanity," particularly for the African continent.
3- To the medium term, EENI plans to launch a Bachelor's Degree in Inter-African Business as well as a University in Africa (Senegal or Mauritius).
4- Africa will be the next emerging continent, and yet it is the great unknown for the international business community. Only Africans can explain to the world how to do business in Africa.
The main objective of Professors is to ensure that a student finalizes his course successfully. A team of Professors will respond to the student's questions and evaluate the exercises. Exercises that the students must hand into their Professor guarantee that educational objectives are fulfilled. The Professors are mainly for:
- Respond to student's questions.
Please feel free to ask your questions (and about what support Professors can offer). Remember that a good relationship with your Professors can be an invaluable source of support.
“Your Coach will guide and help you.”
- To guide the student in how he must study.
Send questions and exercises in your mother tongue!EENI has students from over 100 countries (Africa, Asia, Americas, and Europe); many of them can study in English, French or Spanish. However, they suggested sending us their questions and exercises in their mother tongue. For example, a Russian student can read English; however, he prefers to answer his exercises in Russian.
After an analysis of this issue, EENI has developed an innovative service to break language barriers: the “Global Language Service (GLS).” Operation:
1 - The student can submit questions, exercises, and/or thesis in their mother tongue.
2 - The Professor, after translating the content -with an automatic translator-, will respond in one of the EENI's official languages (English, Spanish or French), depending on each student.
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