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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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Summary: AUD marked the start of the new academic year 2010-2011 with its Freshman Fall Orientation, catering to approximately 600 new students.
The AUD offers undergraduate and post-graduate degrees in the fields of:
AUD students and alumni were able to interact with company representatives who assisted them in their career planning and professional development.
Dr Jihad Nader described AUD's liberal education, stressing that AUD provides the type of education, which "emphasises an individual's whole development in addition to providing an in-depth knowledge of one or more professional fields.
i-Swap continues to make impressive inroads including this month s AUD interest rate swaps monthly record and I want to thank all our customers for their support.
Elias Bu Sb, Executive Vice-President of AUD, said that the administration is keen on providing annual grants to eligible candidates after reviewing their applications, and noted that priority will be given to those applying early.
Awad pointed out that the AUD capitalizes on building and sustaining enduring partnerships with the corporate world that will benefit the university community, particularly the students.
He lauded the AUD for being able to prepare capable and confident youth who are assuming prominent and 
leading positions in the UAE and abroad.
Consulate General in Dubai has been very valuable in helping AUD achieve its mission goals.
He joined AUD in 2006 as assistant professor of Economics and served as chair, Department of Finance, Accounting and Economics from May 2007 to August 2010, then was promoted to Associate Professor of Economics in September 2010.
Elias Bou Sa'ab, Vice President of AUD stressed the importance of seizing the opportunities available to graduates to achieve progress and meet their goals.