The Department of Admissions at American University of Iraq, Sulaimani (AUIS) hosted the first high school visit of the Fall semester on October 24, 2019. Students from Zirak High School in Ranya were received by Admissions staff for a presentation on academics and student life at AUIS, followed by a campus tour. Zana, an English teacher who accompanied the students, said, "We are so excited to be here, to see what is going on inside AUIS and to be familiar with the environment here." If your school would like to schedule a visit to AUIS, please contact the Admissions department at [email protected] or 0770 461 5555.
The Department of Admissions at American University of Iraq, Sulaimani (AUIS) hosted the first high school visit of the spring 2019 semester on January 10. Students from the Nirgez High School in Kirkuk were received by Admissions staff for a presentation on academics and student life at AUIS, followed by a campus tour. The students also took a moment to snap selfies on a balcony in the Academic building overlooking Sulaimani city and snowcapped hills. If your school would like to schedule a visit to AUIS, please contact the Admissions department at [email protected] or 0770 461 5555 – 0772 773 7388.
Teachers and high school administrators attended workshops facilitated by AUIS staff and lecturers that focused on management for principals, active listening, time management, using technology in the classroom, and teaching and assessing English language courses. This event at AUIS was the third such training for educators in the region.
Grade 10-12 teachers are invited to participate in a two-day series of professional development training workshops aimed at helping local educators in the classroom. Courses offered: - Modern Management Techniques for Principals - Time Management - Active Listening - Utilizing Technology in Teaching - Teaching English and Assessment Registration to attend this teacher training workshop is free of charge, however, participants must cover their own transportation and accommodation costs. Please note: Courses will be conducted in English and Sorani Kurdish
AUIS hosted students from Barkhodan High School on January 25, 2018, marking the first campus visit of the Spring semester. The high schoolers learned about the University’s programs and offerings as well as future scholarship opportunities before taking a campus tour led by current AUIS students. Grade 11 student Diana said she was struck by the University campus, saying, “The campus is clean and beautiful and I especially liked the garden.” Fellow schoolmate Kasar said he is interested in AUIS’ Engineering program and that he was also impressed by the University. “The University is so beautiful, and there are so many trees on campus!” If you would like more information on AUIS’ programs or to schedule a campus visit, contact our Admissions department: [email protected] or call us at +964 770 461 5555
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Meet Mohammed Nabeel '15, business studies graduate; now works at Facebook in Dublin, Ireland. I chose AUIS because it has one of the best academic systems in the region, a very diverse culture, and a fun place to live that exprience. AUIS helped me to develop skills to compete on a global level and be part of one of the best tech companies in the world. Nabeel chose #AUIS, where do you want to study? Meet Jwan Kittani, Business Studies '13 AUIS helped Kittani gain necessary skills to work as training supervisor at Lafarge, the largest cement company in Iraqi region, Kittani will soon begin her MBA studies at a University in France. Jwan chose AUIS, where do you want to study? Find out more about our B.S. Business Administration program. Meet Hanar Maroof, International Studies '14, now works at Heartland Allinace. I joined AUIS to recieve the best standards of international Education in Iraq, I was the first Kurdish woman to join Humans Right Watch Hanar chose AUIS, where do you want to study? Meet Miwan Nahro, International Studies '14. Nahro believes AUIS brought out best qualities in her -- throughout her time at the University, she performed art and wrote poems. Nahro is now pursuing her Master's degree at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Miwan chose #AUIS, where do you want to study? Meet Karwan Babakr Hussein, International Studies '13. Hussein credits his success to the diverse experiences and resources that AUIS offers to its students. Through participating in extracurricular activities which the University provides, he gained necessary skills to prepare for his career. Hussein currently works for the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI). Karwan chose #AUIS, where do you want to study? Meet Alka and Azheen, both graduates of Class of 2016. Alka studied English literature while Azheen studied International Studies. Both feel that AUIS exposed them to extracurricular activities that helped them to get accepted into two of the top universities in the United States, Harvard and Johns Hopkins. Alka and Azheen chose #AUIS, where do you want to study? For more information on Admissions process, please visit Admissions webpage.