ISEP Exchange: Sharjah - Exchange Program at American University of Sharjah

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The American University of Sharjah in the Middle East serves a diverse student body from the region and around the world. Sharjah’s culture, firmly rooted in Islamic traditions, embraces courtesy and hospitality, making it a welcoming place to liv... read more

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February 01, 2016 Fun For A Semester
To deal with frustration. It was worthwhile. - Dominican University of California View Entire Review
It was so worthwhile; this was my first ever trip outside of the U.S. and i earned so much about a different region of the world, was able to dispel myths Americans have about the Middle East/Asian that we unfortunately get from our news and foreign policy makers, and I was able to learn more about myself--the amount of toleranc... - Virginia Commonwealth University / VCU View Entire Review
A student studying abroad with ISEP Exchange: Sharjah - Exchange Program at American University of Sharjah
to be open minded, yes - San Diego State University View Entire Review
I learned to do my research before I pick an institution. In the future, I would call the university and ask for honesty about the true rigor of courses and the real motivation level of students here. - University of the Pacific View Entire Review

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The American University of Sharjah in the Middle East serves a diverse student body from the region and around the world. Sharjah’s culture, firmly rooted in Islamic traditions, embraces courtesy and hospitality, making it a welcoming place to live and study. Courses are taught in English and students have an opportunity to study architecture, business, engineering, humanities, Arabic and more. In addition, AUS’s School of Business and Management recently received the highly coveted AACSB accreditation, making it an ideal location for business students interested in working with the Middle East.

ISEP-Exchange Regular University Courses. Take regular university courses taught in English in a variety of fields.
ISEP-Direct Middle East and Arabic Language Studies. Focus on Middle Eastern studies while taking Arabic, including speaking and listening labs.

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