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Helping to Transform Ideas Into Realities: An AUS Student Experience

Posted by AUS blog on Oct 26, 2016 9:00:00 AM

By Tayiba Ahmed

While at American University of Sharjah (AUS), students constantly come across various opportunities beyond the classroom. Whether they choose to seize these opportunities and make them count towards their future, or whether they choose to let them go, is up to the students. Sheraa is one of these unique opportunities that can pave a way for students’ futures, and it is literally within reach of AUS students. Located in the library building, Sheraa, the Sharjah Entrepreneurship Center, has recently expanded its space and operations on the campus of American University of Sharjah. The initiative is designed to transform and develop people's ideas into businesses and help Sharjah and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) become a leading hub of international entrepreneurship.

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Topics: AUS, MENA, MENA Region, American University, American Univesrity of Sharjah, United Nations, Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Syria, American, Sheraa, Al Za'atari Refugee Camp, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, MIT Media Labs, Massachussets Institute of Technology, MIT, MIT Labs, UNHCR

Syrians at AUS Celebrate Independence Day by Aiding Refugees

Posted by AUS blog on May 14, 2013 7:00:00 PM

By Nour Al-Ali

In a series of events held April 20 at AUS under the title “Syria— In the Name of the Homeland,” the American University of Sharjah’s (AUS) Syrian Cultural Club and Student Council raised AED 10,565 for charity.

Proceeds of the night, which celebrated the April 17 Syrian Independence Day, went to the UAE’s Red Crescent Society to aid Syrian refugees.

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Topics: American University of Sharjah, American University of Sharjah (AUS), AUS, American University, American Univesrity of Sharjah, Best Universities, Culture, best university, Student Council, Syrian Cultural Club, Syria

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