Research

Research at CCU aims to develop innovative solutions to help attend to the world's needs and challenges and improve human beings' quality of life everywhere. CCU research centers at theSwiss Center for Strategic Studies (SCSS), the CPI Institute for Graduate Studies (CIGS), theDeanship of Graduate Studies and Research (DOR), and the Deanship of Renewable EnergyManagement (DRE) focus on delivering answers to open questions and challenges in different academic and industrial fields.

Research at CCU aims to develop innovative solutions to help attend to the world's needs andchallenges and improve human beings' quality of life everywhere. CCU research centers at theSwiss Center for Strategic Studies (SCSS), the CPI Institute for Graduate Studies (CIGS), theDeanship of Graduate Studies and Research (DOR), and the Deanship of Renewable EnergyManagement (DRE) focus on delivering answers to open questions and challenges in differentacademic and industrial fields.

Many past and present faculty members act as expert advisers to government bodies, international blockbusters, and leading research institutes. For instance, Professor Hossam ElShazly, the current elected CCU President, is the former Presidential Candidate of Egypt 2012 &2018, and the former President & CEO of the CPI International Group, Professor Frank Harper, the CCU Provost, is the founder of the concept of Agile leadership worldwide, Emeritus ProfessorRita Burgett is among the top 5 world authors in business transformation & change management,Emeritus Professor Y-Pierre Pfeifer is the former VP of the Cambridge Philosophy Institute,Professor A.Hassabou is a winner of the renewable energy international award and the director of the International Energy Unit (IEU), Professor Nader Nada, the MackAlindon Professor of BusinessInnovation & Digital Transformation if a former NASA research staff, and many others.


For more information about the current research and publications of the CCU faculty, please write to the CPI Center for Graduate Studies at cigs@cambridgecu.ch

Many past and present faculty members act as expert advisers to government bodies, international blockbusters, and leading research institutes. For instance, Professor Hossam ElShazly, the current elected CCU President, is the former Presidential Candidate of Egypt 2012 &2018, and the former President & CEO of the CPI International Group, Professor Frank Harper, the CCU Provost, is the founder of the concept of Agile leadership worldwide, Emeritus ProfessorRita Burgett is among the top 5 world authors in business transformation & change management,Emeritus Professor Y-Pierre Pfeifer is the former VP of the Cambridge Philosophy Institute,Professor A.Hassabou is a winner of the renewable energy international award and the director of the International Energy Unit (IEU), Professor Nader Nada, the MackAlindon Professor of BusinessInnovation & Digital Transformation if a former NASA research staff, and many others.


For more information about the current research and publications of the CCU faculty, please write to the CPI Center for Graduate Studies at cigs@cambridgecu.ch

Projects

At Cambridge Corporate University, the future is our specialty, and we work hard to forecast, plan and secure a better tomorrow. When you pursue a doctoral degree at CCU, you are among the extraordinarily bright minds in the world, and you are one of those who create the future.Our doctoral classes, research workshops, and experience are different, interactive, futuristic, and innovative.


We created a new dimension into the future, and we are working hard to secure a different type of human power that will further reinvent the formula of human capital. At the CCU doctoral program, you will have the opportunity to be part of this new confidential research dimension.The 'Human Organisation' is the system invented by talented scholars at Cambridge CorporateUniversity, where other power parameters are defined. The system is part of the SUPERHUMANConcept, Philosophy, Research, Tools, and Project invented and led by Prof.Dr. Hossam ElShazly, the current CCU President. The system is one of the futuristic tools expected to dominate the next decade of human life and earth experience.


Available information about the system structure, tools, research, projects, and applications is currently limited outside the doctoral spectrum. However, if you see yourself as a futurist who can attend a mental trip to the new dimension, please write to the project committee atsuperhuman@cambridgecu.ch with your statement of purpose to book a seat in the next meeting exploring the world of SUPERHUMANS.

The Deanship of Renewable Energy Postgraduate Studies (DRE) hosts a wide range of corporate, business, projects, and investment activities via the International Energy Unit (IEU)worldwide in Joint-Venture with the CPI International Group and several international partners.The International Energy Unit (IEU) hosts the Center of Excellence for Food Security &Sustainability (FSS), which focuses on leveraging CCU’s novel systems and Swiss technologies into a research collaboration, community development, and technology development, commercialization, and industrialization opportunities.


For detailed information about the IEU activities, projects and investments, please visit the IEU portal

All academic programs at Cambridge Corporate University developed and taught by CCU faculty distinguished academicians, skilled educators, groundbreaking researchers, award-winning authors, and entrepreneurs. CCU faculty leverage their business expertise and field research to create new knowledge and enduring concepts that shape management practice.Among the current faculty members at CCU, leaders who change the world shape the landscape of business, politics, and the humanitarian future.


Here you can have access to some examples of the CCU's recent publications in different academic disciplines. Please revisit the page as we are updating publications on a regular basis.

Postdoctoral Fellowship

Program Overview

Cambridge Corporate University Postdoctoral Fellowship Program aims to expand the number ofProfessors and Senior Executives who hold a doctoral degree and would like to become lifelong fellows of the CPI Institute of Graduate Studies(CIGS) at Cambridge Corporate University, and join the CIGS as Scholars and Professors. All graduates of the CCU Fellowship program hold the status of 'CCU Ambassador of Goodwill' in their country or region. The program is hosted by the CPI Institute of Graduate Studies at CCU and is considered one of the university's top elite programs.


Each fellow in the program is given the opportunity to develop as a scholar and independent researcher. Ultimately the program seeks to position CCU scientists and policy analysts in leadership, teaching, research, public service, and national health policy positions.


Each fellow is associated with a faculty mentor who assists in the transition to an academic career. With their mentor's help, fellows establish their own research agenda, present their research in international conferences and national settings, gain experience in publishing papers in peer-reviewed journals, obtain grant support, participate in teaching related to their field, and learn to develop their courses. Fellows also participate in other activities designed to involve them fully in the academic community's formal and informal life and public service. The program also matches the requirements of senior executives and public service officers who plan for a higher career in public service or politics.


For more information about the Postdoctoral Fellowship program at Cambridge CorporateUniversity, please visit the program page at >

To receive more information about the Postdoctoral research, policies, and activities, as well as to apply for the Postdoctoral Fellowship Program at the Cambridge Corporate University, please contact the office of the Vice-President of Research at:

 VP-Research@cambridgecu.ch

Program Overview

Cambridge Corporate University Postdoctoral Fellowship Program aims to expand the number ofProfessors and Senior Executives who hold a doctoral degree and would like to become lifelong fellows of the CPI Institute of Graduate Studies(CIGS) at Cambridge Corporate University, and join the CIGS as Scholars and Professors. All graduates of the CCU Fellowship program hold the status of 'CCU Ambassador of Goodwill' in their country or region. The program is hosted by the CPI Institute of Graduate Studies at CCU and is considered one of the university's top elite programs.


Each fellow in the program is given the opportunity to develop as a scholar and independent researcher. Ultimately the program seeks to position CCU scientists and policy analysts in leadership, teaching, research, public service, and national health policy positions.


Each fellow is associated with a faculty mentor who assists in the transition to an academic career. With their mentor's help, fellows establish their own research agenda, present their research in international conferences and national settings, gain experience in publishing papers in peer-reviewed journals, obtain grant support, participate in teaching related to their field, and learn to develop their courses. Fellows also participate in other activities designed to involve them fully in the academic community's formal and informal life and public service. The program also matches the requirements of senior executives and public service officers who plan for a higher career in public service or politics.


For more information about the Postdoctoral Fellowship program at Cambridge CorporateUniversity, please visit the program page at >

To receive more information about the Postdoctoral research, policies, and activities, as well as to apply for the Postdoctoral Fellowship Program at the Cambridge Corporate University, please contact the office of the Vice-President of Research at:

 VP-Research@cambridgecu.ch

Placement Opportunities

As a part of the program, all candidates offered different teaching positions with the CIGS and various schools of the University and participate in multiple academic activities overseas( teaching positions are currently available in Europe and the Middle East ).

Fellows of the institute are invited to participate in the institute development plan in their own countries.

The CIGS also offers entrepreneurs interested in entering the academic business sector and representing CCU and CPI International Group in business ventures worldwide. For more information about the placement process, please contact the doctoral office at doctoral@camabirdgecu.ch

Placement Opportunities

As a part of the program, all candidates offered different teaching positions with the CIGS and various schools of the University and participate in multiple academic activities overseas( teaching positions are currently available in Europe and the Middle East ).

Fellows of the institute are invited to participate in the institute development plan in their own countries.

The CIGS also offers entrepreneurs interested in entering the academic business sector and representing CCU and CPI International Group in business ventures worldwide. For more information about the placement process, please contact the doctoral office at doctoral@camabirdgecu.ch

The Doctoral Research Hub at CCU

The Doctoral Research Hub at CCU

The SCSS is one of the primary research and academic hubs that support doctoral students atCambridge Corporate University. It was established in 2017 in the beautiful city of Lucerne,Switzerland, as a response to the growing demand for scholarly work and research studies in the political, strategic planning, and change management fields.


It also acts as a conflict resolution center that offers a well-crafted academic proposal to bring an end to the political and community conflicts around the world. The center works to develop an outstanding research-hub that gathers thought-leaders, scholars, and professional researchers worldwide to create a new and efficient think-tank. The innovative group offers recommendations and strategies to governments, international bodies, and related institutions interested in the same field of activities and governed by the neutral policy and approach at the SCSS and theCCU.

The SCSS is one of the primary research and academic hubs that support doctoral students atCambridge Corporate University. It was established in 2017 in the beautiful city of Lucerne,Switzerland, as a response to the growing demand for scholarly work and research studies in the political, strategic planning, and change management fields.


It also acts as a conflict resolution center that offers a well-crafted academic proposal to bring an end to the political and community conflicts around the world. The center works to develop an outstanding research-hub that gathers thought-leaders, scholars, and professional researchers worldwide to create a new and efficient think-tank. The innovative group offers recommendations and strategies to governments, international bodies, and related institutions interested in the same field of activities and governed by the neutral policy and approach at the SCSS and theCCU.

The SCSS is hosted by the CPI Center of Graduate Studies (CSGS) at the Cambridge CorporateUniversity (CCU) in Switzerland and aims at forming research and collaborative links with academic and research institutions in similar fields worldwide.

Today the SCSS hosts more than 320 distinguished members from leading academic and research institutes worldwide and offers CCU students unlimited research and collaboration opportunities.

The SCSS also offers selected opportunities for research funding and grants to doctoral and fellowship students at Cambridge Corporate University. For more information about the SCSS activities, please write to the SCSS Council at scss@cambridgecu.ch

The mission of the SCSS is to support research and study activities in different academic disciplines at the University. It also aims to disseminate knowledge and innovation around the world to enhance the quality of life of humans and the creation of a better and safer world.

SCSS Core Objectives and Goals

I. Development of quality research and studies in different academic disciplines.

II. Organization of specialized events, conferences, seminars, and experts- meeting in the related fields of activities.

III. Publishing technical articles, notes, reports, and case studies in the fields of political sciences,Strategic Planning, Change Management, and Conflict Resolution.

IV. Conducting specialized surveys and opinion polls focusing on public interest and opinion concerning hot topics in the study's SCSS fields.

V. Acting as a think-tank formulating official proposals and submitting formal-reports to governments, international bodies, institutions, and media entities in the related field of activities.

VI. Supervise postgraduate research and studies in associated departments with partners' institutes and universities based on the established academic protocols and agreements.

The SCSS is hosted by the CPI Center of Graduate Studies (CSGS) at the Cambridge CorporateUniversity (CCU) in Switzerland and aims at forming research and collaborative links with academic and research institutions in similar fields worldwide.

Today the SCSS hosts more than 320 distinguished members from leading academic and research institutes worldwide and offers CCU students unlimited research and collaboration opportunities.

The SCSS also offers selected opportunities for research funding and grants to doctoral and fellowship students at Cambridge Corporate University. For more information about the SCSS activities, please write to the SCSS Council at scss@cambridgecu.ch

The mission of the SCSS is to support research and study activities in different academic disciplines at the University. It also aims to disseminate knowledge and innovation around the world to enhance the quality of life of humans and the creation of a better and safer world.

SCSS Core Objectives and Goals

I. Development of quality research and studies in different academic disciplines.

II. Organization of specialized events, conferences, seminars, and experts- meeting in the related fields of activities.

III. Publishing technical articles, notes, reports, and case studies in the fields of political sciences,Strategic Planning, Change Management, and Conflict Resolution.

IV. Conducting specialized surveys and opinion polls focusing on public interest and opinion concerning hot topics in the study's SCSS fields.

V. Acting as a think-tank formulating official proposals and submitting formal-reports to governments, international bodies, institutions, and media entities in the related field of activities.

VI. Supervise postgraduate research and studies in associated departments with partners' institutes and universities based on the established academic protocols and agreements.

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