The American University in Cairo study abroad program is temporarily suspended until further notice. For more information on the resumption of semester and summer programs, please contact Gonda Gebhardt.
Students at the American University of Cairo (AUC) have direct access to a wealth of cultural opportunities. The Cairo Museum - the world's richest repository of pharaonic antiquities, the pyramids of Giza, the tombs of Saqqara, and the myriad mosques of medieval Cairo are all within easy distance. Study abroad students have a unique opportunity at AUC to experience the wonders of Egypt while studying with Egyptian and other Arab students under the guidance of some of the best scholars in their areas. AUC's New Cairo Campus spans 260 acres and offers cutting edge facilities, classrooms and labs to 5,500 students and 1,500 faculty and staff from Egypt and around the world. The $400 million campus - located in the heart of the suburb of New Cairo - also includes on-campus residential housing for non-commuting Egyptian and international students; spacious indoor and outdoor athletic, sports and recreational facilities; and new Cairo's first public, 20-acre park. See what the New York Times had to say about AUC in a recent article titled "A Campus Where Unlearning Is First"
Semester, Summer, Winter Term, Academic Year
Fall Term: Late August - Late December
Winter Term: January
Spring Term: Late January - Early June
Summer Term: Mid June - Late July
SUNY Students Only
Junior or Senior Status
Fall Admission: TBA
Summer Admission: TBA
Cortland Students: To ensure that the courses you take abroad will satisfy your degree requirements, you are required to submit he Course Approval Form to the International Programs Office by mid-November for spring term applicants or May 1, for fall term applicants.
Flight booked by participant
Summer 2013 Budget **Tentative and Subject to Change**
Fall 2013 Budget **Tentative and Subject to Change**
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Winter Program - 3 credits
Semester Program- Please Select at Least 15 Egyptian Credit Units (equivalent to 12 SUNY Cortland Credit Hours):
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Email one of our student mentors to learn more about Cairo, Egypt!
David Mignogna - Fall 2009 & Spring 2010
Contact Gonda Gebhardt, SUNY Cortland study abroad advisor, for any questions you may have.