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My wife and I both taught at AUB.
A wonderful campus close to sea with wonderful landscape and views.
A good institution with lots of history.
Students r smart.
However, there r more competitive institutions in the region, with much more funding and newer facilities...More
It is mandatory having the passport To get inside the University Campus. Onde there, you can brieth the éxciting lebanese student atmosphere. There is a small but nice Museum inside with historical peaces from the roman and phoenician periods.
I don’t quite understand why it’s included into the list of tourist attractions. Tourists are not allowed on the ground. Noone but AUB students are allowed in, there’s a strict security control. There’s nothing much to see in Beirut, yes, but why include things that...More
AUB is beautiful especially around Christmas with all the decorations. The buildings are classic and the museum is very educational. The green oval is a great place to walk or jog and I recommend having a cookie at Nestle Toll House. It is facing bliss...More
Not only a first rate museum, but also an art gallery and remarkable architecture. Well worth a visit. Students friendly, and there is a visitor center as well. Don't miss the Mediterranean side! AU has a 60 acre campus on the water. Lots of cats...More
My son and I love cats so we went to see this beautiful campus with all its resident cats. There are pleasant trails for strolling. You can enjoy the trees, the view of the sea, the beautiful buildings and of couse the dozens (hundreds?) of...More
Just loved the architecture and the history of this place founded over 150 years ago. I actually attended AUB in the 1970’s so it was fun to go back and see all the changes as well as some of the same buildings from the days...More