Loujeine Kamoun finished at the top of her class in the MBA program. Previously, she studied in France and earned a Bachelor Degree in Fine Arts in England before pursuing her Master’s Degree at UCW.
“I was looking for a university that was more career-oriented and less research-based,” she explained.
The self-described “average high school student” finished the MBA program with a 4.0 cumulative grade point average.
Loujeine made a conscious decision to buckle down and focus on her graduate studies.
“It’s just two years, so I needed to do the best I can,” she said. “It was very difficult, but it was worth it."
This high-achieving student was also named UCW’s 2018 Valedictorian and was one of only three students to Graduate with Distinction in 2018.
Loujeine was actively involved with the university and was co-chair of the Library Advisory Committee.
She started her studies at UCW in the MBA Foundation program before starting her degree.
“Foundation was a lot of fun and it was very interesting,” she said.
Loujeine worked as an art director for an innovations company, but wanted to pursue an MBA to learn more about management to augment her skillset.