Institutions attending 1st
(see below for Other invited institutions)
- Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane,
"Prepares its students for the Bachelor's and Master's degrees and is modeled in its administrative, pedagogical and academic organization on the American university system. English is the language of instruction."
- The American College of Greece, Aghia
"International in origin, development and outlook, Deree College, a division of The American College of Greece, is an independent, coeducational, liberal arts college in the American tradition of higher educationthe, accredited by The New England Association of Schools and Colleges offering English-speaking bachelor's degree programs in arts and sciences and in business since 1961 (before 1973 as Pierce College). "
American College of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece
"The College's mission and goals are those of a traditional American liberal arts college: The American College of Thessaloniki holds institutional accreditation, or recognition, as a baccalaureate-level institution, through the New England Association of Schools and Colleges Commission on Institutions of Higher Education (NEASC-CIHE). In 1993 graduated its first baccalaureate degree class of 51."
- American University
– Central Asia, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
"An American-style liberal arts university that offers high quality academic programs to qualified students from all over the world, was founded in 1997, its antecedent was the Kyrgyz-American School (KAS) of the Kyrgyz State National University.
It is the first and only higher education institution in Central Asia that functions according to the American model, with a credit-hour system, an American-style curriculum, and a commitment to democratic values, to freedom of expression and inquiry, and to academic integrity and honesty."
- American University in Bulgaria, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria
Founded in 1991 "a highly selective, private, residential university awarding Baccalaureate degree. It offers American-style liberal arts education with English as the language of instruction to students from countries of South Eastern Europe and beyond"
- American University in
Cairo, Cairo, Egypt
"provide(s) high quality educational opportunities to students from all segments of Egyptian society as well as from other countries, and to contribute to Egypt's cultural and intellectual life. The university offers programs at the undergraduate, graduate and professional levels as well as an extensive continuing education program. The language of instruction is English."
- American University of
Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon"The American University of Beirut (AUB) is a
private, independent, non-sectarian institution of higher learning,
founded in 1866. It functions under a charter from the State of New
York and is administrated by a private, autonomous Board of Trustees.
AUB bases its educational perspective and methods and its academic organization on the American model of higher education."
- The American University of Paris, Paris, France
- American University of Rome,
"The American University of Rome is a private, independent American institution of higher education in Rome committed to offering liberal studies and professional courses in an international environment that promotes cross-cultural understanding. The university offers American degree programs primarily to undergraduate students. "
- The American University of
Sharjah, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
"is a comprehensive coeducational university on the American model being developed in affiliation with the American University in Washington, D.C. AUS integrates liberal studies and professional education to give its graduates both breadth and specialization."
- Central European University,
"is an internationally recognized institution of post-graduate education in social sciences and humanities. It serves as an advanced center of research and policy analysis and facilitates academic dialogue while preparing its graduates to serve as the region's next generation of leaders and scholars. Founded in 1991."
- Franklin College of
Switzerland, Lugano, Switzerland
"founded in 1969 as a nonprofit, independent, post-secondary institution, and as a liberal arts institution of higher learning (it's mission) is to increase its students' knowledge in the humanities, social and natural sciences, in their understanding of the world. Accreditation by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education as a four year baccalaureate degree-granting institution."
- John Cabot University,
"Established in 1972 as an independent, four-year accredited institution of liberal arts and sciences offering an American undergraduate university education with a distinctive international character. Accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association and with American degrees authorized by the State of Delaware and European degrees validated by the University of Wales."
- Lebanese American
University, Chouran Beirut, Lebanon
"goes back to the American School for Girls, founded in Beirut in 1835 by American Presbyterian missionaries…., the coeducational Beirut University College in 1973; and finally, the Lebanese American University in 1994. LAU is a not-for-profit, private American institution governed by a joint Board of Trustees who derive their authority from the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York."
Louis University – Madrid Campus, Madrid, Spain
"the only full-campus accredited U.S. university recognized by the Madrid higher education authorities, offer a complete range of undergraduate careers in the arts, business, communication, engineering, and sciences, and master 's degrees in Spanish and English."
- Smolny College, St. Petersburg,
Russia/Annandale-On-Hudson, United States
"a joint enterprise and Russia's first liberal arts college established in 1997. Graduates will earn two degrees at once: a B.A. in liberal arts and sciences from Bard College and a B.A. in arts and humanities from St. Petersburg State University, which is accredited by the Russian State Ministry of Education. The majority of classes at Smolny College are taught in Russian."
American University of Armenia, Yerevan, Armenia [interest expressed but unable to attend]
The Arab American University - Jenin, Jenin, Palestine [interest expressed but unable to attend]
Richmond – The American International University in London, Richmond, England
University of Laverne, Athens, Greece, Halandri, Greece