On occasion of MUAC’s decennial, LEORON trainer Mohamed Badr has received University’s presidential award. The award, which was granted by the university president, recognizes Badr’s efforts in delivering an unparalleled learning experience among students. Furthermore, it is an official acclaim for Badr’s special achievements towards the accreditation of cooperation programs with the University of Westminster – an ongoing project that has given birth to many highly interesting courses from the Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design. On this occasion, University President Prof. dr. Jürgen Faust: had to say:
"The cooperation of the Macromedia University of Applied Sciences with the Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design has opened up a number of highly interesting courses for us and our students. This requires a considerable amount of conceptual, communicative and administrative work each time. This is what these colleagues have implemented with the utmost professionalism. Thank you very much for your commitment."
This is the first time in three years that the award has been granted to a professor. Badr’s recognition comes after several evaluations by the university attendees and academia. He gained his professorship of media and communication management, teaching international business communication at Macromedia university for applied science, one of the leading media, communication, and business schools in Germany with around 5 campuses all over the country, 80 professors, and 2500 students.