|Location||Upcoming Cycle||Final Deadline||Start Date||End Date|
|Cairo||2017 Cairo Cycle||Mar 31, 2017||May 14, 2017||Sep 13, 2017||Apply Now|
|Jeddah||Jeddah Cycle 9||Oct 15, 2017||Jan 31, 2018|
|Abu Dhabi||2017 Abu Dhabi Cycle||Feb 28, 2017||Jul 16, 2017||Nov 26, 2017||Apply Now|
|Beirut||2017 Beirut Cycle||May 15, 2017||Jul 03, 2017||Oct 11, 2017||Apply Now|
|Tunis||Tunis Spring 2017||May 15, 2017||Jul 10, 2017||Nov 15, 2017||Apply Now|
Awni is an Associate Professor at the Business School, The American University in Cairo (AUC) since September 2009. He teaches operations management courses at the undergraduate and MBA level. His areas of research are in applications of operations management in Egypt, and for SMEs in particular, upgrading of operations for Egyptian exporters, and suppliers’ selection and evaluation. Prior to joining the AUC Awni was the Head of the Qualifying Industrial Zones (QIZ) Unit, at the Ministry of Trade & Industry, Government of Egypt. The Unit is entrusted with the administration of all the terms of the QIZ trade protocol. Furthermore, the Unit acts as a catalyst for the implementation of operational plans to maximize the benefits of the protocol to Egyptian Industries, including promotions of FDI and upgrading of export readiness of QIZ companies. Awni also served as an adjunct faculty at the American University in Cairo teaching MBA courses in operations management. Awni was the Partner-in-charge of supply chain consulting services at KPMG Hazem Hassan in Egypt, where he guided and directed the successful completion of various projects in supply chain diagnostics, process design and performance improvement in operations and business logistics for clients in food, consumer products, industrial, apparel and pharmaceutical industries. Awni has extensive management consulting, system development, and operations research experience in the USA focusing on supply chain management, business logistics improvements, and software development. Ali Awni holds BS in Computer Science & Statistics from Kuwait University, MS in Systems Science from the University of Ottawa, and a Ph.D. in Operations Research from North Carolina State University.