This workshop aims to introduce the participants to the hearing disability and the different types of the deaf, introducing different communication methods with the deaf. This workshop will introduce the participants to the Egyptian sign language and its functions, correcting misconceptions about the deaf and people with hearing disabilities.
The Future Me Documentary Video
A look back at the best moments of the Future Me 1st Edition Summer Camp 2023, and a call for our future heroes out there to get ready for more memorable experiences at the Future Me 2nd Edition Winter Camp 2023-2024.
Bridge Plus Program Graduation Ceremony
Congratulation to all Bridge Plus Program graduates. As the sun set on ten unforgettable days, 100 students from diverse Egyptian governorates stood tall, holding their well-deserved certificates, a testament to their remarkable achievements and growth during the camp.
Access Microscholarship Program Launch Ceremony - February 8, 2022
Congratulations to a new cohort of 160 Egyptian students from Cairo, Aswan, Tanta, and Port Said who were selected for the US Embassy Cairo-sponsored English language Access Microscholarship Program 2021-2023 in partnership with the School of Continuing Education.
24th Annual NileTESOL AUC Conference
SCE Hosted the 24th Annual NileTESOL Conference on 21 & 22 January, 2020
SCE Community Conversations 2022 - Aseel ElBaba - Money Mindset How our thoughts impact our wealth
An online lecture with Ms. Aseel ElBaba, about "Money Mindset: How our thoughts impact Our Wealth"
The AUC Ethics HelpLine encourages the AUC community to report any acts of misconduct or violations of the University's policies on its premises. It guarantees confidential reporting and documentation of complaints, as well as the timeliness and completeness of the administration’s response. News@AUC spoke to Wessam Abozeid, senior director of compliance in the Office of General Counsel and Compliance.
What is the benefit of an Ethics HelpLine?
English language teachers celebrated a quarter century of professional development at the 2021 NileTESOL conference. Under the theme digitize globalize, the virtual event brought together over 3,000 professionals from across Egypt and the globe.
SCE has proudly hosted The 25th NileTESOL Annual Virtual Conference in partnership with the British Council and RELO on fifth and sixth February 2021. Under the theme” Digitize Globalize: Celebrating 25 Years of Language Learning and Teaching." a theme reflects our current global reality and needs. In fact, this year, NileTESOL was able to meet the challenges of this new reality by “going digital” starting to connect locally and globally with TESOLers via cyberspace.
If you’ve ever been part of an English instruction university in a nonnative country, you will appreciate the backbone provided by its languages department. That is certainly the case at School of Continuing Education (SCE) with its renowned languages programs that annually benefit over 30,000 students in their professional, academic, as well as personal lives.
Meet Maria, Muhammed, and Aziza!
They are graduates of two of School of Continuing Education’s (SCE) most robust programs, the English Access Microscholarship program, as well as the Access Alumni Bridge to US Universities Program, or Access and the Bridge as they are commonly known. They share with us their experience, the exciting opportunities they pursued, and their advice for incoming students.
Teachers are one of School of Continuing Education’s (SCE) priority learners. The school recognizes that this often underappreciated demographic is one the most effective investment areas to propel development on the micro and macro scales. It is active in collaborations that share this understanding and commitment towards teacher development. Some date back decades, such as the NileTESOL association that just celebrated a quarter-century of empowering English language teachers.
Welcome friends to the new SCE Newsletter. It is an opportunity, to sum up our many accomplishments of 2020. And oh, what a year it has been. Yes, of course, the world was hit with the challenges presented by the pandemic. And as with the rest of AUC and everyone else across the globe, we had to adjust and find new ways to accomplish our never-changing mission of offering high-quality education in an accessible way. The SCE mission might well be more important now than ever as people reevaluate their career and educational options.
Egypt’s Minister of Civil Aviation Mohammad M. Anba visited the New Cairo campus for the first time last week to explore further fields of mutual partnership with AUC and enhance future services exchange.
Egypt’s Minister of Civil Aviation Mohammad M. Anba visited the New Cairo campus for the first time last week to explore further fields of mutual partnership with AUC and enhance the exchange of future services.
The visit included a tour of the University's departments and buildings and getting acquainted with the various services AUC provides in the academic field as well as cultural, social and sports activities.
Dr. James Ketterer hosted an online lecture series between him, Elmira Bayrasli, and Nelly El Zayat on October 28, 2020. The conversation was about "Power and Creativity: The New Generation of Women Entrepreneurs."
The School of Continuing Education will start its Online Fall Term Six Weeks (2) Term on November 05, 2020, with a wide array of certificates and programs in all fields such as translation, Sales, Marketing, Accounting, finance, Human Resources, and Business administration. Now you can register for our online programs and complete your studies online.
Since 2015, the School of Continuing Education (SCE) and the British Council convened thousands of international language assessment experts at AUC Tahrir Square Campus for the widely-regarded premier conference in the field, the International Language Assessment Conference in Egypt (ILACE). For its sixth edition on September 4 and 5, 2020, the conference went digital. Not just in format but also in substance under the theme, "Embracing New Realities."
The School of Continuing Education gladly announces a 10% special discount to all Egyptian and non-Egyptian employees of any diplomatic entities in Egypt including embassies, consulates, or delegations and missions on all regular offerings. All you need to do is present the proof of employment identification upon registration after fulfilling SCE admission requirements.