AUC Excellence Scholarship Program
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The history program covers a range of topics and regions, and allows students the flexibility to pursue their own interests. All courses develop in students an appreciation of the richness, complexity, and diversity of past civilizations, allowing them to examine the human experience in its fullest dimensions.
The program gives students historical, academic, and personal competencies, develops intellectual sophistication, and provides a solid foundation for a wide variety of careers, from law or diplomacy to journalism or business.
Students of the Program
This program is suitable for students who are interested in the following:
- Learning about the past to understand the present
- Thinking critically
- Placing global problems in a historical context
Many opportunities are available for students to gain hands-on experience, including internships at the AUC Library and University Archives, local history associations, NGOs that carry out oral history and archive research projects, and organizations working in restoration, community development, and heritage.
Graduates of the program have gone on to become:
Visiting professor, Elizabeth Kennedy, gives a short brief about AUC’s history undergraduate program
Alumni of the Program
The program’s many alumni include Nareman Amin ’11, who holds a PhD from Princeton University, and Yasmeen Khamis ’14, who is the co-founder of Doodle Factory.
Our alumni have worked for the top companies and organizations in a variety of fields, including:
- The United Nations
- Egypt’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- Daily News Egypt
- Ahram Online
- Mada Masr
- International School of Choueifat