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Foundation of AIA
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Work on establishing American International Academy has begun in 2005. In 2009 it was officially registered and licensed in the United States of America in the State of Wyoming under No.567632. AIA is registered to work outside USA. The Academy opened doors to those who wish to continue their education from all over the world. Arab Academy of Research and Studies (AARS) in Palestine, was chosen as the official agent of AIA in the Arab world, which also conducts the management of academic work, through its administrative and academic team in the Gaza Strip. AARS had also developed and translated study plans and assignments to be submitted to the Arab students which will also supervise and evaluate.
The step of establishing AIA came after a decision taken by its supreme council to provide a suitable alternative for Arab students who wish to complete their education in American institutions and to meet the increasing demands on American higher education to provide the possibility of studying in Arabic language. Dr. Wael Mourad was elected to be the President of the Academy by the Supreme Administrative Council of the Academy (SACA), which consists of seven members of persons and institutions, all of them are academics, researchers and Arab professors and specialists.
AIA's assures always to maintain high international standards and to have its credits and qualifications accepted by other educational institutions, industry and the professions around the world. AIA has developed a robust and efficient quality management system based on the requirements of ISO9001:2008 to ensure that performance and customer satisfaction are always kept at an optimum level. We are also currently undergoing various accreditation processes.
AIA assures equal opportunity for all qualified persons without regard to race, color, culture, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, or veteran's status, in the admission to and participation in its programs and activities.