Al-Gergawi receives an honorary doctorate in government administration from Paris

The Higher School of Business Administration in Paris (ESCP) has awarded an honorary doctorate in government management and future strategies to the Minister of Cabinet Affairs, Muhammad Abdullah Al-Gergawi, in appreciation of the role he plays in developing government administration avenues, improving efficiency. of government institutions and services, and implementing quality initiatives working on Improving the efficiency of government work, introducing the UAE’s eminent government work model on the international scene, and sharing the successful Emirati government work model with many countries in the region and the world ene. quality strategic partnerships to develop government work and exchange experiences and expertise, as well as its contribution to strengthening mechanisms for future forecasting and monitoring of strategies The development government, and strengthening the competitiveness of the UAE in several global indicators that measure the effectiveness of government work.

The Graduate School of Business in Paris (ESCP) is the first and oldest higher vocational school in the world, having been established in the French capital, Paris in 1819. Despite the long and ancient history of the college, Muhammad Al-Gergawi is the 17th person to be awarded an honorary doctorate, thus joining the Elite Club of public figures honored by the college.

Today, the International College has more than 140 academic alliances in 47 countries, and has an alumni club of more than 68,000 alumni from more than 150 countries. The college has 46 academic programs in the fields of doctoral and postgraduate studies. Its academic campus is spread across six European cities: Paris, Berlin, London, Madrid, Turin and Warsaw.

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