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AUD

The ISO 4217 currency code for Australian Dollar currency.

AUD

ISO 4217 code for the Australian dollar. It was introduced in 1966, replacing the Australian pound. It was initially pegged to the British pound, but changed the peg to the U.S. dollar in 1967. It is now a floating currency and is the sixth-most widely traded currency in the world. It is especially important in the South Pacific region, where a number of small nations either use the dollar or peg their currencies to it at a 1:1 ratio.
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Conference Folder with AUD Logo and name Printed Cardboard (as per sample)
Jihad Nader, AUD's Provost and Chief Academic Officer, described AUD's liberal education, stressing that AUD provides the type of education which "emphasizes an individual's whole development in addition to providing an in-depth knowledge of one or more professional fields.
The AUD says that since its opening in 1995, it has taken great strides towards developing a culture of excellence by combining the heritage of traditional American education with those perspectives it has matured locally.
A 2% increase in alcohol use disorder associated with bariatric surgery translates into 2,000 additional people with AUD each year.
Through its External Relations Office, AUD has established many exchange/study abroad programmes.
Every scholarship offered by du and AUD is renewable annually, depending on the student's academic progress.
Today, though, the Aud is a lonely occupant of Lincoln Square, and it harbors secrets that fewer people might appreciate - were it not for reminders such as last Saturday's ball.
The UAE has one of the highest rates of water consumption globally and through our partnership with AUD and AESG, we hope to underline this important issue and change the way people think about water usage across the country," Jackson added.
The agreement was signed by Stella Mandehou, Career Services Manager at AUD and Rehab Al Hosani, Senior Manager, Nationalisation and Business Communications Unit, Human Resources at Emirates NBD.
A roundtable discussion was organized between Al-Suhaibani, Ahmad Alhinaki, director of Academic Affairs at the Saudi Embassy in the UAE, and Ameera Al-Hamarna, educational adviser at the embassy, Saudi students at AUD, Peggy Awad, external relations director at AUD, and Maitha Mohammed, external relations coordinator.
Students in Civil Engineering from AUD as well as American University of Sharjah (AUS) were present.