“Studying law at Phoenicia University was instrumental in preparing me for my career journey in the UK as a Team Leader and Senior support advisor at CMA CGM, one of the biggest shipping companies worldwide. The university's emphasis on critical thinking, research, problem-solving, and exposure to various legal disciplines empowered me to engage with a diverse range of legal matters in the shipping industry.” - Maya Safieddine - Class of 2019-20
Maya Safieddine is a Team Leader and Senior Support Advisor at CMA CGM. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Law from Phoenicia University.
“Living in Luxembourg and working at KPMG, one of the Big Four firms, provides access to a diverse, multilingual culture and abundant opportunities. My success can be attributed to Phoenicia University, which played a vital role during my Bachelor's studies, guiding me to integrate engineering and soft skills while developing expertise in data science for the digitized world.” – Mahdi Bahsoun – Class of 2020–21
Mahdi Bahsoun is a Data Scientist in the Tax Support Team at KPMG Luxembourg. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Engineering from Phoenicia University and pursued his master's studies at the Burgundy School of Business in France.
“My current role does not directly relate to engineering; however, the combination of my business courses, engineering mindset, and my expertise in data science and analysis, which I cultivated during my time at Phoenicia University, have been crucial in shaping my professional journey.” - Farah Saleh - Class of 2020–21
Farah Saleh is a Data Scientist specializing in Audit Data Innovation at PwC Luxembourg. She obtained her Bachelor's degree from Phoenicia University and pursued her master's studies at the Burgundy School of Business in France.
“Phoenicia University played a crucial role in my academic journey, providing me with a solid foundation for success and developing essential skills such as critical thinking, communication, and presentation abilities.” Ibrahim Seity – Class of 2019-20
Ibrahim Sbeity is a second-year PhD student at the French Commission of Atomic Energy (CEA-Leti) in the field of Wireless Communications and Artificial Intelligence. He obtained his Bachelor's degree in Electrical and Communication Engineering from Phoenicia University and pursued his master's studies at Paris Saclay. Living in France has broadened his perspectives and provided opportunities to network with professionals from diverse backgrounds in his field.