Since its establishment thirteen years ago, the American University of Nigeria has given out more scholarships than most others in Nigeria.
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Two students will be studying at Richmond, The American International University in London. Mr. Emmanuel Wogu, a Communications & Multimedia Design Major, and Miss Beshi Madwatte, a Management & Entrepreneurship Major, were selected, after a rigorous process, to participate in an exciting new study abroad program between AUN and the London-based University.
Technology enthusiasts in Abuja were treated to seven hours of quality tutorials on the latest gadgets, software and tech tricks at the 8th Technology Open House hosted by the School of Information Technology and Computing. The event at the YarAdua Center on December 8 was the first time AUN’s stellar SITC faculty was hosting the hugely popular Open House outside the campus and the public loved it.
FIRST TIME IN YOLA AND LOVIN’ IT!
Denise, an Ivorian diplomat’s soft-spoken, super-smart daughter, shares her unique first AUN experience.
South Africa’s Mbali Mokgatia beat other contestants to emerge the 2016 Miss AUN, becoming the first foreign student to wear the coveted crown a major highlight of the 2016 Homecoming Pageant
Oscar Ikenna Michaels
From New Jersey to AUN: I Hope to bring Change From Here
Researched paper by Professor William ‘Bill” Hansen, titled "Poverty and 'Economic Deprivation Theory': Street Children, Qur'anic Schools/almajirai and the Disposed as a Source of Recruits for Boko Haram and other Religious, Political and Criminal Groups in Northern Nigeria," Perspectives on Terrorism, 10 (5) is slated for publication in October 2016.
The AUN law program will meet all expectations as a model of excellence. Founder and former Nigerian Vice President His Excellency Atiku Abubakar gave the assurance while unveiling the plaque of the School of Law building on November 17, 2016.
The Rainbow Nation showed its true colors on September 24 as South African students in AUN displayed their rich cuisine and multiplicity of local traditions on their nation’s Heritage Day.
"Reading maketh a full man..." writes Francis Bacon, but Conrad Bukenya, student from Uganda, believes AUN too makes a man.
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