AAU Partners with University of Arizona
As of Fall 2020, Anglo-American University in Prague established an official partnership with the University of Arizona.
Within a network of 650 partnerships worldwide, the collaboration between The University of Arizona and Anglo-American University will allow students to choose from a selection of undergraduate degrees, graduate degrees and graduate certificates and to pursue an online degree from the University of Arizona.
As a University of Arizona partner
, AAU will provide students with access to campus facilities in Prague including the Thurn-Taxis Palace, the AAU library, University Café de Taxis, student lounges, and study spaces as well as assistance with accommodation, student services, and access to student events and other aspects of student life at AAU.
When choosing to pursue an online degree from the University of Arizona through the Anglo-American University collaboration path, students will also qualify for special tuition rates.
The University of Arizona is still accepting applications for their Spring 2021 intake. The application deadline is February 15th.
You can also attend our upcoming Virtual Information Session hosted by representatives from AAU and the University of Arizona on February 11th from 3-4 PM CET to learn more about how to pursue a University of Arizona degree in Prague.
The University of Arizona
The University of Arizona is one of the nation’s leading public universities, with a long history of academic excellence, research innovation and a student-centered approach. A member of the prestigious Association of American Universities, Arizona is ranked 16th among public universities by the National Science Foundation with total research expenditures last year of $545 million. With more than 39,000 students across three campuses representing 50 states and more than 120 nations, Arizona is on the forefront of discoveries from the depths of space to the medical and genetic mysteries of life, from emerging trends in climate change to the broad complexities of the human condition.