Faculty Of Economics and Business Administration
Mission and Values


The Faculty of Business Administration and Finance (FBAF) is committed to providing academic excellence to its students, while preparing them to become business and policy leaders, ethical entrepreneurs, creative scholars, and active citizens of the world.



In the spirit of the longstanding commitment of Sagesse University to academic excellence since 1875, the Faculty of Business Administration and Finance (FBAF) reaffirms its determination to carry the noble heritage of diversity and inter-cultural dialogue, thus helping students and Faculty members to freely express and refine their societal commitments. Based on these solid foundations, Sagesse University aspires to disseminate the joy and excitement of learning by committing to a set of values consisting of:

  • Developing in the students the ability to demonstrate complete mastery of the academic ingredients necessary for a successful future;
  • Offering complete and comprehensive academic programs by focusing on latest development in the business world;
  • Familiarizing students with the tools of information technologies to face the rapid pace of technological changes;
  • Improving continuously the quality of education by bringing to the students the best in education and development;
  • Remaining among the leading academic institutions through flexible and lean programs to respond to new challenges as they arise;
  • Recruiting and retaining prime scholars and professionals to accompany students during their studies and help them preparing their career take off;
  • Preparing students to assume leadership roles in their future professions and citizenship model in the society;
  • Creating an active environment to enable students to achieve academic, social, and career success by developing their interests and abilities;
  • Striving for continuous excellence by exposing students to the full range of paradigms, theories and methods;
  • Respecting the ability of students and faculty to jointly contextualize, critique, and compare different approaches and contributions to human knowledge;
  • Evaluating students solely on the basis of their academic performance;
  • Creating a learning environment where everyone has something to teach and something to learn.