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AABP students honored for their achievements
Over 100 students from the Achievement Academy Bridge Program (AABP) at American University of Sharjah (AUS) were honored during the AABP Spring 2015 Award Ceremony held May 17, 2016 on the university campus.
The ceremony highlighted the achievements of AUS students enrolled in AABP, specifically honoring those who have made significant progress in their courses and increased their language proficiency to a level suitable for study in university-level courses taught in English. Also honored were students who have showed improvement in personal, academic and study skills. It also recognized those students who have made significant progress in their courses and those who serve as role models for their peers.
Jessica March, Acting Director of AABP, thanked the students for enrolling in the AABP. "We are here to celebrate you, and to celebrate all your wonderful achievements. We thank you all for allowing us to be part of your learning journey and wish you the best of success," March said.
Two former AABP students, Huda Meerwali and Mohammad Ali also spoke at the event, describing their journey and the outcomes of having enrolled in the program.
The AABP improves student readiness for enrollment into their majors and for the rigors of an academic program of study in higher education. In addition to helping students improve their English language skills, the program also helps students prepare for university math and physics courses, and enhances students' personal, academic and study skills to maximize the likelihood of success in their university experience.