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Eurames is the organizer of the European network of Middle Eastern Studies, an academic exchange or information concerning research on the Middle East. Eurames runs the Eurames Info Service via email, and will host thematic working groups and links to European and other centres and university departments working on the Middle East.
Barclays Capital is the investment banking division of Barclays Bank PLC employing 25,000 people worldwide. We have the global reach, advisory services and distribution power to meet the needs of issuers and investors, providing solutions to your strategic advisory, financing and risk management needs.
I.B.Tauris is an independent publishing house that has pioneered a distinctive approach to the publication of both general non-fiction and new scholarly writing in the humanities and social sciences. We aim to publish books that appeal to academics, area specialists, students and researchers as well as to a broad cross-section of general readers.
LLAS has been providing high quality professional development, resources and information to the higher education sector since 2000. It was formerly part of the Higher Education Academy Network and continues to work in partnership with the HEA to support the UK higher education languages, linguistics and area studies community. The Centre’s activities also extend to working across sectors and internationally.
The Islamic Studies Network brings together those working in Islamic Studies from a wide range of disciplines to enhance teaching and learning in UK higher education. Islamic Studies is an umbrella term for the academic study of Islam, Muslim cultures and societies and Islamic knowledge through a variety of subject areas and perspectives.
The American University in Dubai is a private, non-sectarian institution of higher learning founded in 1995. The university is accredited by the Commission on Colleges (COC) of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) to award Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees. The UAE Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research has licensed the university and accredited its programs in International Studies, Business Administration (both undergraduate and graduate), Communication and Information Studies, Engineering, Computer and Information Technology, Computer Science, Architecture, Visual Communication and Interior Design, Education (graduate) and Construction Management (graduate), in addition to a Certificate program in Middle Eastern Studies.
AUD’s enrollment in 2010-2011 averaged 2,628 students. In Spring 2011, ninety-four nationalities were represented in the AUD student body. The university’s faculty members possess appropriate academic credentials; many are or have been practicing professionals of note. AUD’s multi-complex facility has been conceived with the objective of supporting the university’s programs (both academic and extra-curricular) to an American standard.