AUAF signed an MoU with Afghan private schools
November 27, 2017
The American University of Afghanistan signed a memorandum of understanding with 15 private high schools in Kabul. This MoU aims to build a stronger relationship with the secondary school community in Kabul. AUAF is committed to contributing to the quality of secondary education through training of English teachers and test preparation for students.
As per this MoU, AUAF will offer one scholarship to each high school for the fall 2018 semester. This scholarship will be offered based on high school Grade Point Average and fulfillment of the university's admissions requirement. Dependent on availability of funding, AUAF will also provide English Language Learning platforms for the mentioned high school students as well.
This platform is the beginning of close collaboration of private schools in Kabul with the American University of Afghanistan.
“The American University is the university that will help your students become future leaders. We are the only university in the country that offers American style liberal arts education. Today we are building a mutually beneficial relationship between the American University of Afghanistan and private schools,” said Dr.Kenneth Holland, President of the American University of Afghanistan at the MOU signing ceremony.
Names of the schools, that signed the MOU with AUAF:
Marefat Private High School
Ahmad Shah Durani Private High School
Ghazi Amanullah Private High School
Kabul International School and Collage
Gaam Private High School
Aazmoon Private High School
Ahmad Shah Abdali Private High School
Kateb Private School
Shokoh Private School
Iqra Private High School
Ariana Afghan Turk High School
Omid Private School