The Faculty of Economics was established in 1391 with the establishment of Bost University. The Faculty of Economics is an academic department within the Bost Private University that trains undergraduate students.
The faculty has four departments (Management and Entrepreneurship Administration, National Economy, Finance and Banking and Statistics and Economics), of which the Department of Management and Entrepreneurship is currently active. The department currently has 282 students, taught by 22 experienced instructors. It has produced 196 graduates in the last seven terms.
Since its inception, the Faculty of Economics, like all other faculties of Bost University, has been of complete transparency and relatively high quality, and all its academic affairs are well under way. Some of the professors have received certificates of appreciation from the faculty and the university. Through the Erasmus Plus International Student Program, they have sent three students to the University of Santiago de la Spain for short-term studies and embraced them. Has trained many outstanding students.
Bost University’s Faculty of Economics aims to provide skilled bachelor’s and master’s degree cadres to the society in the near future and produce accurate academic research to be counted among the leading and standardized faculties in the country.
The Faculty of Economics of Boston University provides qualified and high-capacity graduates to the community by providing standardized teaching and research facilities, conducting standardized teaching and scientific and practical research in various fields of economics. Become a source of true service to the country.
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