AUT students were part of a team that enrolled in State University of New York's Empire State College residency in Larnaca, Cyprus from July 20 to 24. The residency focused on the theme of change.
Ms El Ajraoui graduated in Cinematography from Université Paris I- Panthéon Sorbonne and worked at La Compagnie Ekstase. She has directed many films and theater plays in France and Morocco and is happy to share her experience with AUT students and faculty.
AUT, for the 3d consecutive year, offers high school graduates an opportunity to start their university studies earlier than the usual fall semester, and at a reduced tuition fee. This is open to only fifty students.
American University of Technology was invited to the EMEA/AACSB Conference held in Amsterdam, Netherlands from May 24th to 26th, 2015- the first conference for the EMEA (Europe, Middle East, and Africa) region. AACSB established a regional office in Amsterdam to serve this region and may expand to open an office in the Middle East.
American University of Technology was invited amongst seven other major universities from Lebanon and was represented by the Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr Edgard Rizk who had a chance to interact with over 201 participants who came from different countries such as South Africa, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, UAE, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Switzerland.
The conference addressed a wide range of important challenges facing business schools in the EMEA region including changing business and faculty models, the impact of technological advances, and fostering innovation and entrepreneurship.
AUT is in the process of applying for AACSB accreditation and the conference offered a valuable opportunity for that purpose.