The faculty of Business Administration at the AIU is committed to providing its graduates with ample opportunities and experiences that match the rapid advances in the worlds of business and economics, both locally and internationally.
The Arab International University (AIU) maintained its position in the first place among private universities in Syria for the fourth time in a row according to Webometrics, the global assessment of universities, and ranked ...
Congratulations for Delara Sabbagh , AIU Erasmus Outgoing students for she has started her study & mobility at University of Porto (Portugal) in the first semester 2018/2019 within the framework of the Erasmus+ Program. ...
Based on Higher Education Council Resolution No. 340 of 2018, the Arab International Private University announces the results of admission sorting of faculties: Information and Communications Engineering, Architecture, Business ...
To the students of the University Pursuant to University Council Resolution No. 14/2 dated 19-6-2018 All previous students are allowed to register for the first semester 2018/1 electronically through the EduGate portal except ...
The Arab International University (AIU) congratulates its teams participating in the 8th Syrian 2018 programming competition held on Saturday 11/08/2018, especially the two teams qualifying for the regional competition which ...
The Arab international University (AIU) maintained the first rank among private universities in Syria according to the July 2018.2.1 version of Webometrics classification and ranks eighth among the public and private universities ...
The Faculty of Architecture discussed the graduation projects for the second semester of 2017-2018 The number of students was 66 who submitted 44 projects, all of which were located in the north and south entrances of Damascus ...
Tuning Journal: The aim of the International Tuning Academy is to be an organisation which is permanently aware of social demands and future needs, playing a key role in Higher Education through research, experimentation, educational innovation and support for decision making in policy on education and employment.
MATRE project, with the reference number 544001-TEMPUS-1-2013-1-DE-TEMPUS-JPHES, contributes towards modernizing the higher education sector in LB/SY by supporting the “Higher Education & Society” TEMPUS programme theme. This will be realized by establishing 2 centers for international quality research & sustainable curricula development in the Business, Economics & Management fields at MUBS (LB) & AIU (SY) to lead the research environment development in cooperation with LB/SY universities (LU&IUST), business representatives & similar centers in EU & neighboring countries.ل A wide range of outcomes & outputs will result from MATRE. The project produces the following principle outcomes/outputs: a situational study of academic & research environment at MUBS/AIU, the establishment of the centers, bonds strengthening & networks with LB/SY business & industry, preparing TOT & running training courses, reviewing & proposing the contents of new curricula, compiling & producing centers’ resources & databases, suggesting a national policy paper & a plan for future centers’ sustainability
AIU Participates in the Syrian Erasmus+ Second National Information Day
Coordination Meeting of MATRE at AIU
Representatives from the concerned institutions: AIU (Dr. Sulaiman Mouselli, Dr. Kinaz Al Aytoni, Dr. Serene Dalati, Dr. Kinan Naddeh), SCB (Dr. Nabil Sukkar),IUST (Dr. Shadi Alazmeh), Damascus University (Dr. Riad Abdulraouf) discussed the approach to elaborate the National Policy Paper and then the advancement of the project’s work-packages in general. Providing the centres with the equipments and the coming conference of Beirut are particularly considered. Moreover, joint workshops in the three concerned universities are planned
to be organized in the coming period.
Successful Steering Committee Meeting in VGTU for MATRE
A steering committee meeting conducted in Vilnius at VGTU in 22-23.03.2016 to present the results of the implemented work packages, present the partner’s sustainability plans and discuss some managerial issues and any further suggestions and improvements to the outputs and outcomes that will be carried out during the funded period of this TEMPUS project.
The agenda for this meeting was divided into two parts over two days. The first part was dedicated to present the establishment issues of a scientific journal, present the national policy paper of the ninth work package and the partners’ sustainability plans. The second part was more dedicated to management issues and the results of the quality plan.
In the first day, AIU representatives gave a presentation about their implementation and sustainability plans. Finally, a discussion about the project’s managerial issues took place at the second day of this meeting.
The third training workshop under MATRE was for Presentation skills was held on the 2nd of December 2015 at BA room 1 at the Faculty of Business Administration atArab International University. The training workshop was conducted with the purpose of familiarizing staff with Presentation skills particularly tips and best practices. This training workshop is organized within the structure of WP4 of MATRE project.
Dr. Jehad Yacoub and Dr. Rana Odimeh provided training on Presentation skills with life example and hands on training
The workshop was attended by 3 AIU teaching staff members and 36 students.
The second training workshop for fundraising skills was held on the 23rd of November 2015 at BA room 2 at the Faculty of Business Administration at Arab International University. The training workshop was conducted with the purpose of familiarizing staff with fundraising skills especially for CBHE projects under Erasmus+. This training workshop is organized within the structure of WP4 of MATRE project. Dr. Sulaiman Mouselli provided training on fundraising application and evaluation. The workshop was attended by 7 AIU teaching staff members and 1 staff teaching member from Damascus University
The Syrian Erasmus+ Second National Information Day was held in the 12th of August 2015 at Damascus University Center for Conferences (previously known as Rida Said Hall). The event aimed at addressing a public invitation to academics, HE experts, social and business partners and relevant stakeholders. The objectives of the Second National Information Day included dissemination and presentations and sharing experiences of current projects and mobility of the projects funded by TEMPUS programs. Dr.Sulaiman Mouselli (Dean of the faculty of Business Administration) chaired the session. Dr. Serene Dalati (Head of Marketing and Management department) provided a presentation on MATRE project about sharing experience, obstacles, outcomes and lessons learned
Arab International University has participated in the third EU training workshop organized by Oldenburg University, Germany for the Lebanese and Syrian partners. This workshop had been successfully taken place at 08-13 of November 2015. Three staff members from the AIU had been trained in this workshop. The main three training areas focused on linking entrepreneurship with industry, advanced business research methods and new teaching methods.
First MATRE Training Workshop at AIU: Leadership Skills
The first training workshop for Leadership Skills was held on the 26th of October 2015 at BA Lab at the Faculty of Business Administration at Arab International University. The training workshop was conducted with the purpose of familiarizing undergraduate students with basic leadership skills. This training workshop is organized within the structure of WP4 of MATRE project. Dr. Serene Dalati provided training on Leadership behaviors and skills within a focus approach for undergraduate students.