You may think that an AUBG education is out of your reach, but this is not the case! This year, about a quarter of our newly-admitted students received full scholarships, and 74% received some kind of financial support. We offer plenty of options to finance education. Don't miss on them.
Find the discipline that best suits your interests and talents. During your 4-year academic journey top faculty from 5 continents will mentor you to discover your talents, your passions, and your future.
If you want to explore the world, AUBG is a perfect choice. All our students are encouraged to take part in exchange programs in both Europe and the United States, and can choose from over 300 US universities and more than 50 European Universities all over Europe. Learn more.
Become a part of a wide network of graduates, 99.8% of whom are employed or in grad school. 65% of our alumni get 2+ job offers at graduation, 20% earn more than $100,000/year.
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Off-campus access to Panitza Library electronic resources is available only to current AUBG students, faculty, and staff due to licensing agreements.
Follow this link to access our current list of databases and trials.
Be reminded that for some of the databases you will need to accept the security certificate disclaimer hidden in the advanced options.
What are my credentials?
For ease of use, we have created log-in credentials to the off-campus access in consistency with the ProQuest Ebook Central ones, i.e.:
For Username, type the 10-digit barcode located on the back of your AUBG ID card. Example: 2288996655
For Password, enter “AUBG” plus the same 10-digit barcode (14 symbols in total). Example: AUBG2288996655
Note – all spaces have to be removed.
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AUBG's annual celebration of the cultural diversity on campus begins today! Learn more about where your classmates come from through presentations, workshops, art, and food.
Check out some of the highlights of the Open House on Feb. 9 and stay tuned for our upcoming events at www.aubg.edu/admissions/open-house.
AUBG Business Professor Arthur Pantelides has 25 years of professional experience at leadership positions in engineering, project management, manufacturing, and strategic planning in Asia, Europe and the U.S. His biggest passion, however, is teaching and he uses his practical experience to offer students at AUBG a real-world perspective on the problems discussed in the classroom. https://www.aubg.edu/news/aubg-business-professor-arthur-pantelides-brings-real-world-into-the-classroom-1555
AUBG’s Department of Literature and Theater is pleased to announce the Filitsa Mullen Creative Writing Competition. The goal of this competition is to find and encourage talented young writers, thus keeping alive Filitsa Mullen’s spirit of devotion to literature and to her students. All AUBG students and alumni are eligible for participation. Find more details in the link below.