AUB students and professors come from over 20 countries across the world. The university offers Masters courses and a Ph.D. program with a 1:7 student-faculty ratio. European topics, including those regarding European integration, lie at the forefront of research and instruction of all disciplines at AUB. At AUB, interdisciplinarity is incorporated structurally in the faculty layout; ensured in the curriculum by the interdisciplinary study programs; implemented methodically into the joint transdisciplinary courses; and embedded academically in overlapping research topics.
AUB’s research focuses on European Integration and the Danube Region and in particular on the region's political, economic, legal, and historical-cultural issues and their effects on European Integration.
Thanks to the unity of well- instructed research, competitive and innovative study programs and excellent student mentoring, AUB is able to ensure very high job market qualities. Moreover, AUB-alumni are seen as outstanding potential employees in the job market.
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A well equipped library offers comprehensive literature for study and research in the German language. This asset is supplemented by the Austrian György Sebestyén library, located at AUB.
It was quite good.But I need to learn more
Am hard working and dedicated student and I know how to draw a card catalog and know the rules and regulations of the library and also I can differentiat or defining some activities in the sections of library
The average student/professor ratio was 7 to 1,which made the University-feeling very warm, welcoming and intense. You always had someone to ask questions, and everybody was always up for a discussion. There were only few things that didn't work, and those were mostly a few courses people weren't that interested in, but I'm sure you have these in every university course.
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