Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the American University of Beirut rating is 4.2. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
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Personally, it has always been a dream of mine to attend AUB. Its well known for its medicine program. AUBMC is the best hospital in Lebanon, as well as AUB as a university. What i love about AUB is that it created amazing opportunities for all students from many backgrounds. The research and volunteering opportunities are overflowing in every email you receive. I enjoy all the classes I take and every professor is excellent in their own way. What I might dislike about AUB is just the tuition, however for the price my family pays, so many doors have been opened for me. Even if not doors, there are always windows ready for me to see the world.View more
Aub is the top university in the middle east. The campus is very beautiful, check it online. The student their are brilliant they will oush you forward to acheive more.
The level of education is very hight, but it is more text book study than research.
One of the things that sets AUB apart from other universities is its commitment to providing a well-rounded education. In addition to strong academic programs, the university offers a range of extracurricular activities and programs designed to help students develop leadership skills, explore their interests, and connect with their community.
Another standout feature of AUB is its beautiful campus. Located in a vibrant city, the university’s grounds are meticulously maintained and offer a range of amenities for students, including state-of-the-art recreational facilities, modern residence halls, and a variety of dining options.
But perhaps the most impressive aspect of AUB is its faculty. The university boasts an impressive roster of professors and researchers who are leaders in their respective fields. These experts provide students with access to cutting-edge research opportunities and provide mentorship and support to help students succeed.
Overall, AUB is a fantastic choice for students who are looking for a high-quality education at a prestigious institution. With its strong academics, extracurricular offerings, and beautiful campus, AUB is a university that truly has it all.View more
AUB is a highly respected university, the best in its region and its graduates are highly sought after for work. Career prospects for AUB graduates are great, firms in the middle-east look for AUB graduates to work for them. I graduated with a BBA in both Accounting and Finance. Double concentrating was a lot of hard work, however, it’s so worth it. The program had a large variety of courses to choose from. It’s easy to adapt the degree to your own interests because of that. AUB opens so many doors for you that’s for sure. The university has on-campus accommodation, which creates a beautiful community of students. I worked as an RA in one of the dorms, and I loved it. Working opportunities for students within the university are available. All in all, I’d recommend AUB.View more
Joining AUB was the best decision I have ever made. It was the best experience because I met people from all around the world and made alot of friends who became my second family. It shaped my personality of both personal and professional levels.View more
Studying architecture at the American University of Beirut was a challenge, from the day of my acceptance to the day of graduation. The program was mainly based on designed courses, yet it missed out on the technical applications of architecture in general. There is a variety of architecturally related electives, but they were limited during my time because of Covid-19. With the help of the professors and my efforts hand in hand, the journey became easier in a sense.
I had the opportunity to accommodate on campus which helped me, even more, to blend in and make myself comfortable for the 5 years of the program. The location of the university with all its facilities and surrounding ones make it easy to live there. As days passed, AUB became home- it still is home!View more
Amazing place with amazing diversity and refreshing scholarly people. I liked the overall experience a lot and would definitely recommend this university to anyone in Lebanon or the nearby countries (so long as you can afford the high fees of course)View more
AUB, simply put, was home away from home. The campus in Beirut is located in Hamra, an area loaded with accommodation, nightlife, and food – lots of food. Unlike the cement jungle surrounding it, AUB has lush greenery and a very big campus. The campus motivated you to get involved in varsity programs, as there are facilities available for numerous sports and extracurricular activities. I chose to not do varsity sports but regularly booked facilities for leisure time with friends. AUB hosts students from all over the world, with societies and clubs to suit everyone. The cultural diversity made the campus very vibrant – it felt like its own little city. The campus staff are very welcoming, and professors (most of them at least) tend to be eager to teach students. I did however have a poor experience with a professor in my first year – but I guess the picky annoying professor is a must in every facility. Most of the students are welcoming, some are stuck up as you would expect, and premed students tend to be untrustworthy – the competition is toxic to say the least. I was lucky enough to have the chance to get involved in organic chemistry research as an undergraduate student, and the state of the art equipment available made the experience worthwhile. Some facilities need improvement – one of which was the chemistry department. The building is well over 20 years old and there is lots of room for renovation. However, given that AUB was established in 1866 and has been growing ever since, you would expect some facilities to be worn out. The engineering and business department blocs have recently been renovated, and work remains to go on despite the deteriorating economic status – which is a good sign. This brings me to my last and arguably the most important point. Lebanon’s economic status has been going to bits lately, and the overall safety in the country itself has decreased as you would expect. The campus dorms and facilities do remain very very well secured though.View more