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AUS students showcase ethnicity
By a Staff Reporter February 06, 2018
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SHARJAH: Students of the American University of Sharjah (AUS) highlighted the university’s campus and student life, renowned for its multicultural diversity and extracurricular activities during the biannual celebrations at Monday’s AUS Spring 2018 Club Fair held at the university’s Student Centre. The opening of the two-day event drew a large number of students from all across the campus and was attended by AUS Chancellor Dr  Björn Kjerfve, along with other senior university officials.

The Club Fair is held every semester, introducing students, especially freshmen, to the university’s diverse ethnic and interest-oriented clubs. The event provides students with an opportunity to take pride in the cultural heritage of the many nationalities represented on campus. Known internationally for its diversity, AUS has students from more than 95 nationalities currently enrolled.
 

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