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Keep up-to-date with all the latest AUC news and events


Keep up-to-date with all the latest AUC news

Centennial Benefit Dinner Exceeds $1 Million Target for Student Scholarships

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CASA Alum Seth McCombie: "I Feel Privileged to Have Studied Here'

For more than five decades, AUC's Center for Arabic Study Abroad (CASA) has served as the world's premier full-immersion Arabic language learning program, having  trained more than 1,500 upper-level undergraduates, graduates and professors who complete the program gaining a greater understanding of Egypt and the Arab world. For Seth McCombie (CASA '§9), applying to CASA program stemmed from his love of the Middle East and Arabic. "Studying as a CASA student has been a dream of mine for years, and I wasn't disappointed," McCombie said.

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New Scholarships, Increased Opportunity

AUC is offering new scholarships for undergraduate Egyptian and international students applying for Fall 2019, including the Undergraduate Scholarship in Liberal Arts Education and the AUC Centennial Scholarship Fund. In addition, during Fall 2018, 574 students received scholarships and more than 1,700 students received financial aid.

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Summer@AUC Launching Summer 2019

With the majority of students heading home at the end of the spring semester, college campuses tend to quiet down in the summer. This summer, however, AUC’s campus will be bustling with a community of learners for the new Summer@AUC program.

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AUC Rowing Team

"Yesterday we ruled the Nile. We put our passion in every stroke and showed everyone what we are made of." - AUC Women's Rowing Team, after taking home 13 gold medals and 4 silver medals in the 46th National Universities Tournament.

Maggie Michael

AP investigative journalist Maggie Michael '00 received the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for international reporting on famine and torture in Yemen's civil war. With 15 years of experience covering conflicts across the region, Michael supervises a vast network of Arabic-speaking stringers and reporters in the Middle East.

Rania El Kaliouby

AUC Trustee and CEO of Affectiva Rana el Kaliouby '98, '00 is featured on Forbes cover for "building human-centric artificial intelligence."


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President's Report

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Making History Again

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Fast Facts

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Omar El Safty

AUC is actually a paradise for ambitious people — plenty of opportunities.

Omar El Safty '18
Mechanical Engineering AUC Graduate

During my time at AUC I was introduced to different networks and opportunities and challenged by different, intriguing intellectual endeavors. While balancing a leading position in extracurriculars and maintaining a high GPA is seen as unorthodox, this challenge enriched my AUC experience.

Radwa Hamed '17
Computer Engineering and Electronics and Communications Engineering AUC Graduate
Rodolphe Janodet

When I searched, I found AUC to be a good University. I like the campus. It's been great visiting Islamic Cairo and the Pyramids and meeting Egyptians and other international students. Everyone is really friendly.

Rodolphe Janodet
Year Abroad, Undergraduate Student IÉSEG School of Management, France

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AUC100 Alumni Interviews: Mohamed Shelbaya

Watch Mohamed Shelbaya, CEO of PepsiCo Egypt, tell us what it’s like to be a student athlete and talk about his “fondest” AUC memories. #AUC100 #MakingAUCProud

Centennial Benefit Dinner: Ghada Wali

At AUC's eighth annual benefit dinner at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Ghada Wali, Egypt's minister of Social Solidarity gave a speech about the significance of AUC and strong higher education institutions in Egypt.

Centennial Benefit Dinner: Radwa Hamed '17 and Mohammad El Shafie '17

At AUC's eighth annual benefit dinner at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Distinguished Alumni Award was presented to Radwa Hamed ‘17, 2019 Knight-Hennessy Scholar at Stanford University and Mohammad El Shafie ‘17, Harvard Law School Candidate for JD ‘20. Listen to their speeches here.