Sarah Mazhar ‘09 has been designated a fellow of the UK-based Institute and Faculty of Actuaries, making her the first female actuarial science fellow in Egypt’s history. With this honor, Mazhar is the third graduate of AUC’s actuarial science program and the fifth in Egypt to attain the actuarial...
50-year-old Center for Arabic Study Abroad, the world's premier immersion study-abroad Arabic program
In 1983, Nicholas Kristof (ALU ’84) faced a choice: either study law at Harvard to become a professor, or Arabic at AUC to become a journalist. Fast-forward to today, Kristof is a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner with a 33-year career in international and humanitarian journalism. A longtime foreign...
Majors and Minors
One of the University’s major priorities is providing scholarships and financial aid support to its students in order to further AUC’s mission.
90-year-old School of Continuing Education, providing English and professional education to Egyptian Youth
At AUC’s Libraries, our savvy staff and top-notch resources support learning, research, and teaching at every level. The Main Library is located at AUC New Cairo and houses the Rare Books and Special Collections Library, an archive of historical materials from Egypt and the Middle East. A second library location at AUC Tahrir Square gives you all of the resources of AUC's libraries, without leaving downtown Cairo.
AUC President Speaks at Los Angeles World Affairs Council
President Francis J. Ricciardone discusses AUC's role in the Middle East, speaking at the Los Angeles World Affairs Council on January 10, 2017.
Online Regis.Continuing Students-Spring 2017
New International Student Orientation
Epiphany Feast/Baptism Day - Official Holiday
National Holiday - Official Holiday
A new minor in global and public affairs is now open to undergraduate students, making graduate classes in public policy and administration available to undergraduates for the first time. Nabil Fahmy, dean of the School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, noted that the decision to make public...