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Students’ achievements highlighted at biannual AABP student award ceremony
Forty nine students from the Achievement Academy Bridge Program (AABP) at American University of Sharjah (AUS) were honored at the eighth AABP award ceremony held on December 12.
The ceremony recognized successful students 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. The ceremony also recognized students who had showed improvement in personal, academic and study skills.
Speaking on the occasion, Jessica March, Director of the Achievement Academy, said:
“It is such a pleasure to be part of the AABP Student Award Ceremony as it highlights the impact that AABP students have had on the community during the semester. It's a great opportunity to gather the students, their instructors, motivational speakers, professors and guests to recognize their contributions to the Achievement Academy. It is also very special because the AA student club officers plan and run the proceedings of the ceremony, under the mentorship of Jenifah Abu-Hassan.”
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.