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Our programs are designed to suit working professionals thus we constantly draw inputs from various industry leaders to ensure the pedagogy and delivery nmeet their expectations. We provide constant interactive sessions with domain experts that encourage interaction of students with different industry and functional heads. This also increases their chances of career advancement.

Prof. ALLAN GARDNER, Faculty of Management

Lincoln University of Business and Management has an Honorable group of Faculty with a great reputation all over the World. We care about our students with them.

Dr. REBEL YOUSSEF HANNA, Academic Advisor & faculty

Dr. Rebel Hanna has a wide range of expertise in Banking and Management, his competencies include Structured Finance,

Corporate & Project Financing, Funds Management, Funds Raising for SPVs, Debt Structuring & Reverse Engineering, International Correspondent Banking, Transaction Banking, Distribution of Investment Banking products & services, Cost Accounting Optimization, Branches Network & Operations Management, Total Quality Management, Human Capital /Talent /Knowledge Management, Policy Administration, Risk and Compliance, Customer Relationship Management , Team Building and Leadership. Dr. Rebel Hanna is a lecturer in Many Universities in UAE, Lebanon and France carrying an experience of more than 20 years of teaching, research and training.

Dr. POOJA JOSHI TRIVEDI, Sr. Academic Advisor

With a constant zeal for creativity in education, Dr. Pooja has over 10 years of Marketing, Research and teaching experience in higher education.

Dr. Leah McMillan Polonenko, Faculty

Dr. Leah McMillan Polonenko has been associated with Geneva Business School for almost a year as the faculty for International Business Law and Research Methodology MBA program.

Her area of Specialization has been human rights, international development, monitoring and evaluation, participatory development, monitoring and evaluation, global experiential learning, education policy, multilateral governance, gender sensitization, cultural sensitivity and intercultural communication

Prof Divya Nambiar, Faculty

Professor Divya Nambiar has a Masters in Project Management,
She has been associated with Lincoln since 2014. Her corporate experience has been primarily in the field of project and Risk management. She her involvement with industry has been enthralling and has trained more than 100 batches of students in the UAE.

Prof.ClayGravais, Faculty

Clay is a research-driven marketing and business development professional. He has a proven ability to take ownership of a project from start to completion. Strong communicator, regularly delivering MBA seminars across the Arabian Peninsula.

Over the last five years, Clay has focused more on sustainability, with a certificate in Corporate Sustainability from Harvard University Extension School, and an master's degree that he will complete in 2017, again from Harvard's Extension School. He has a strong focus on environmental issues and regularly gives Climate Reality presentations to schools and companies in the region.

Prof.Janos Petnehazi, Faculty

Prof.Janos Petnehazi is Hungarian/Australian and has completed his Masters of Commerce from Macquarie University, Sydney Australia.

Janos Petnehazi is Hungarian/Australian and has completed his Masters of Commerce from Macquarie University, Sydney Australia. He started his international teaching career in Budapest, Hungary. He then moved to Australia to complete his Masters and continued his teaching career at the Central Queensland University, Sydney International Campus as a faculty member in the Faculty of Informatics and Communication in July, 2001. He was teaching Management Information System, E-commerce and Project Management in various business schools in Sydney. He also taught in University of Southern Queensland Sydney after becoming a lecturer at Central Queensland University Sydney International Campus. He then joined the Brisbane International Campus as a Lecturer in March 2007 and was invited to be one of the permanent academic staff in July 2007.