Student Support at AUB

Exchange students have access to a wide range of support during their time at AUB.

You can find out more about the different types of support available by selecting the options below.

The International Office

The International Office arrange an Orientation Programme for all newly arriving International and EU students, including students coming to AUB on exchange!

We are also here to help you with all other general enquiries that you may have during your studies at AUB that can’t be answered elsewhere.

You can contact us by email, phone or by visiting the office, and we’re always happy to help!

English for Academic Purposes (EAP)

The EAP tutors are here to help international students develop their use of the English Language within their course work.

You can book an individual tutorial, where the tutors can advise you on a particular piece of coursework, such as an essay or presentation.

The EAP tutors also run regular lunchtime and evening workshops that are free to attend and are designed to help students develop particular study skills, such as researching, writing, presenting and managing your time effectively.

You will have the opportunity to meet with our EAP tutors once you have arrived at AUB.

Student Services

Student Services provide support on a wide range of issues, such as:

  • Accommodation issues
  • Personal well-being
  • Mental health
  • Disability
  • Careers advice
  • Financial issues
  • Medical care

You can access all of this support by visiting the Student Services building on campus.

AUB Students' Union (AUBSU)

AUBSU is great if you want to get your voice heard!

They are here to represent the student voice by raising any issues that AUB students may have or simply ideas to improve the student experience at AUB.

You can read more about this on the AUBSU website.

AUBSU also run a number of clubs and societies, which exchange students can become involved with during their time at AUB. Clubs and societies provide an excellent opportunity to share your interests and beliefs with like-minded people.

Registry

Registry will be able to help you with all enrolment enquiries and questions about credits and study units (modules).

You can contact them by email or by visiting the Registry help-desk, next to Reception in University House.