This May, the Abdullah Gül University joined the NAFSA 2017 Conference and Expo, the largest Education Summit in the World, along with APAIE, EAIE and EURIE, which AGU has also been regularly attending. AGU was, this year again, represented by its International Office Director, Mr. Emeric Abrignani. After Boston in 2015 and Denver last year, […]Read more "AGU joins NAFSA Conference & Expo for the Third time"
This May, the Abdullah Gül University organized a delegation trip to the United States. AGU’s Rector, Prof. Dr. İhsan Sabuncuoğlu, was accompanied by his Advisor on International Affairs, Assist. Prof. Dr. E. Burak Arıkan, to discover the campuses, methodologies and philosophies of three outstanding American institutions: Missouri University of Science and Technology Worcester Polytechnic Institute […]Read more "AGU Delegation visits US institutions"
AGU signs a new Memorandum of Understanding with the University of Central Florida. Under the initiative of the AGU Faculty of Architecture and Design, this MoU will open the door to future partnerships and collaborations in the fields common to both universities (Architecture, Business and Engineering) within the frame of student and staff exchanges, as […]Read more "Partnership with University of Central Florida"
Last week, the Abdullah Gül University participated for a second time in the NAFSA Annual Conference and Expo, which this year took place in Denver, Colorado. Having discovered the NAFSA conferences and their success for the first time in Boston last year, the AGU representatives were eager to join the event again this year and […]Read more "AGU returns to the USA for NAFSA 2016"
We are sad that the 4-day NAFSA event is now over, but exhilarated by its overall success! Our AGU representative team, composed of our Provost, the Vice-Dean of the Internationalization Committee and the Advisor to the Rector on Internationalization, took part in the annual NAFSA Conference and Expo, which this year took place in Boston, […]Read more "AGU takes Boston by storm…"