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EMU Faculty of Business and Economics is Getting Ready to Move to Its New and Technological Building

EMU Faculty of Business and Economics is Getting Ready to Move to Its New and Technological Building
Published Date: Monday, 6 December 2021

One of the oldest faculties of the Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU), the Faculty of Business and Economics is getting ready to move to its new and technological building. As a result of the need for a new building in line with the growing and developing conditions and upon the initiative of EMU Rector’s Office, the new building, the construction of which started in November 2021, is expected to be completed in 2023. The building, which will have 5 floors and an area of approximately 7 thousand square meters, will house a total of 105 offices, 4 of which belong to research centers, 10 classrooms, 4 computer laboratories, 5 separate meeting rooms for each department and elevators. The building will also have men’s and women’s disabled toilets on each floor. The new building of the EMU Faculty of Business and Economics will also include an amphitheater for 138 people.

“It Will Bring a New Face to Our University”

Making statements on the subject, EMU Business and Economics Faculty Dean Prof. Dr. Mustafa Besim said, “The new and modern building of our faculty will bring a new face to our university. Our new building is prepared to cater for the needs of the Department of Economics, Department of Banking and Finance, Department of Political Science and International Relations, and Department of Business Administration. In addition to the Trade and Finance Center, the Center for Economic Research, the Center for Financial Regulation and Risk Management, and Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center will also be located in our building. The new and modern building of our faculty, which is growing day by day, will meet the needs of both our students and academic staff members as well as our country. I hope the new Faculty of Business and Economics building would be beneficial for our university and our country and I also would like to thank all those who contributed to the development and implementation of the project.”