Undergraduates

الترحيب بالطلبة في فصل الربيع الدراسي لعام 2018

طلاب الجامعة يعودون من جديد لبدء فصل الربيع الدراسي لعام 2018. طوال الفصل الدراسي السابق كان هنالك عددا من التحديات التي واجهت الطلبة وأعضاء هيئة التدريس والموظفين ولكننا نتطلع إلى عام 2018 بتفاؤل وفرح كبيرين. طلاب البرنامج التحضيري الأكاديمي (APP) عادوا كذلك لبدء فصلهم الدراسي الجديد وقد دخلوا اسبوعهم الثاني من الدراسة ، نتطلع جميعاً إلى فصل دراسي ناجح ومثمر. وكما هو الحال دائما ، سيكون فصل الربيع الدراسي فصلاً دراسياً مليئا بالحصص الدراسية والمناسبات المثيرة، مثل : "يوم الاندية الذي سيقام في الرابع من شباط ، واسبوع الفن ، ومعرض التوظيف ، واسبوع تقليل الاجهاد" ، حيث يعقد جميعها خلال شهر نيسان. كن على تواصل دائم مع مجتمع الجامعة من خلال حساباتنا على وسائل التواصل الاجتماعي:  AUIS Official, AUIS Student Services, AUIS Dean of Students:فيسبوك AUIS News: تويتر   AUIS Eagles, AUIS Student Services: انستقرام سيواصل "مكتب الخدمات الطلابية" إرسال النشرات الإخبارية الأسبوعية لكم عبر البريد الإلكتروني، حيث يخصص أيام الأحد لإرسال الأخبار الخاصة بالمناسبات القائمة في الأسبوع، وأيام الإثنين لإرسال الأخبار الخاصة بالخدمات المهنية التي يتم توفرها، وبفضل ملاحظاتكم التي قدمتموها لنا نعمل الان على تحديث صيغة الرسائل الإخبارية. من الممكن ان تكون الدراسة الجامعية مجهدة ، ولكن هناك العديد من الموارد المتاحة للمساعدة على توفير فصل دراسي صحي، حاول الوصول إلى مكتب الخدمات الطلابية لمعرفة المزيد حول ذلك! اعمل بجد وشارك بفعالية، وتذكّر دائماً شعارنا: تعلم اليوم لتقد غدًا.  

بەخێرهێنانی فێرخوازان لەوەرزی بەهارەی خوێندنی ساڵی ٢٠١٨ دا

فێرخوازانی زانکۆ سەرلەنوێ دەگەڕێنەوە بۆ دەستکردن بەوەرزی بەهارەی خوێندنی ساڵی ٢٠١٨ . بەدرێژایی وەرزی پێشوی خوێندن چەند ئاستەنگییەک روبەڕوی فێرخوازان و ئەندامانی دەستەی وانەبێژی و فەرمانبەران بونەوە ، بەڵام بەگەشبینی و دڵخۆشییەکی گەورەوە لەساڵی ٢٠١٨ دەڕوانین . فیرخوازانی پرۆگرامی ئامادەسازیی ئەکادیمی (APP)  ییش گەڕانەوە بەر وەرزی نوێی خوێندنیان و پێیان نایە ناو هەفتەی دوەمی خوێندن ، هەمو بەتەمای وەرزە خوێندنێکی سەرکەوتو و پڕ بەرهەمین. وەک هەمیشە ، وەرزی بەهارەی خوێندن وەرزە خوێندنێکی پڕ لەدەرس و دەورو بۆنەی خۆش خۆش دەبێت ، وەکو بۆنەی "رۆژی یانەکان" کە لەچواری شوباتدا ساز دەکرێت ، هەروەها هەفتەی هونەر ، پێشانگای رەخساندنی هەلی کار ، هەفتەی کەمکردنەوەی ماندوێتی ، کە سەرلەبەریان لەمانگی نیساندا بەڕێوە دەچن . هەمیشە لەپەیوەندیدابە لەگەڵ کۆمەڵگەی زانکۆ ، لەڕێی هەژمارەکانمانەوە لەسەر تۆڕە کۆمەڵایەتیەکان :  AUIS Official, AUIS Student Services, AUIS Dean of Students:فەیسبوک AUIS News: تویتەر   AUIS Eagles, AUIS Student Services: ئینستاگرام "ئۆفیسی خزمەتگوزارییە فێرخوازیەکان" بەردەوام دەبێت لەڕەوانەکردنی "هەواڵەکانی هەفتە" بۆتان لەڕێی ئیمەیڵەوە ، رۆژانی یەکشەممە هەواڵی تایبەت بەبۆنەو چالاکیەکانی هەفتە ، رۆژانی دوشەممەش هەواڵی خزمەتگوزارییە پیشەییەکان ، رەوانە دەکات بۆتان . لەبەر رۆشنایی ئەو سەرنج و تێبینیانەدا کە پێشکەشتان کردوین ، حاڵی حازر خەریکی نوێکردنەوەو باشترکردنی شێوازی پەیامە هەواڵیەکانین . خوێندنی زانکۆیی رەنگە ماندوێتیی تێدا بێت ، بەڵام جۆرەها شت لەبەردەستدان بۆ هاوکاریکردن لەدابینکردنی وەرزە خوێندنێکی دروست و گونجاودا . هەوڵ بدە دەستت بە "ئۆفیسی خزمەتگوزارییە فێرخوازیەکان" رابگات بۆ پەیداکردنی زانیاریی زیاتر لەوبارەیەوە . گورجوگۆڵبە لەکارکردن و بەشداریکردنداو دروشمەکەمانت هەمیشە لەبیربێت : ئەمڕۆ فێر ببە ، سبەی رابەربە .  

Welcoming Spring 2018

Undergraduate students are back on campus to start the Spring 2018 semester! Last semester presented a number of challenges for students, faculty, and staff but we all look to 2018 with great optimism and joy. Students in our Academic Preparatory Program (APP) are also on campus and entering their second week of classes. Regardless of the program, however, we all look forward to having a productive and successful semester together. As always, Spring will be a busy semester with classes and exciting events, including Clubs Day on 4 February and the AUIS Awards on 21 February, as well as Art Week, the Career Fair, and Less Stress Week, all in April. Be sure to stay connected with the AUIS community through our social media accounts – Facebook: AUIS Official, AUIS Student Services, AUIS Dean of Students Twitter: AUIS News Instagram: AUIS Eagles, AUIS Student Services Student Services will also continue to send weekly newsletters via email on Sundays (events) and Mondays (Career Services). Thanks to feedback from you, we are working to update the newsletters’ format. University can be stressful, but there are resources available to help promote a healthy semester. Reach out to Student Services to learn more! Work hard, get involved, and remember the AUIS motto: Learn today, lead tomorrow.

Dorm Move-in Day

Move-in Day for new undergraduate students to move into the university's dorm facilities. The apartment-style rooms are spacious and provide students with both privacy and social interaction with their peers. For more information about housing at AUIS, click here.

President Welcomes Class of 2020

The new class met AUIS President, Bruce Walker Ferguson, on their orientation day. Read the full text of President Ferguson's speech to the Class of 2020 below.  President’s Welcome to The Class of 2020 Bruce Walker Ferguson, J.D. American University of Iraq, Sulaimani September 3, 2016 Welcome, Class of 2020, to the Undergraduate Program of the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani.  You already are a special class to me as my first undergraduate class here at AUIS.   Many of you have just completed our Academic Preparatory Program.  To those students: congratulations.  APP has already provided you with greater fluency in English; greater familiarity with mathematics; and an increased ability to reach conclusions based on logic and data rather than guesswork and emotion. All of you, our APP graduates and our new students, will continue to improve in these areas.  Our Core Courses in the Undergraduate Program will provide you with a strong foundation for whatever major you decide to pursue.  As you know, instruction at the University is in English.  Why is this important?  It is important because, like your smartphone, English is a useful tool for connecting with the outside world.  Like the Internet, English provides a bridge between you and many of the seven billion other people who live on our planet today.  For thousands of years and in many cultures, speaking more than one language also has been the hallmark of the educated man or woman.  Almost five hundred years ago, Roger Ascham tutored the first Queen Elizabeth of England.  Ascham wrote that: “As a hawk flieth not high with one wing, even so a man reacheth not to excellence with one tongue.” Queen Elizabeth studied six languages.  Some of you know three or even four languages.  To those lucky students I say:  Treasure your gift. Many of us, though, find it difficult to learn even a second language. Eddie Izzard, the English comedian and movie star, reportedly once exclaimed:  “Two languages in one head?  No one can live at that speed! Good Lord, man. You're asking the impossible!” Sometimes during your study here you will feel that your teachers are asking you to do the impossible.  Attending AUIS is certainly very hard, perhaps the hardest thing you have ever done in your life.   I think you will discover, though, that often it is the most difficult tasks we undertake, the tasks that make us work the hardest, the tasks that make us suffer the most, of which later we are most proud.  Today the University greets you as undergraduates.  When one day you say goodbye, I hope that you will be astonished at all you have learned and amazed at all you can do.  Universities are places where new possibilities are created.  With hard work and determination, you will create new possibilities for yourself, your family, your community, and your country.  Godspeed on this exciting journey.

The AUIS undergraduate application for 2016/17 is now open!

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.  
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