I am amazed by the courage and potential of AUW's diverse students. Their unparalleled curiosity, creativity, passion and audacity for learning, intercultural exchange, and social activism inspire us to garner support and develop the best international university possible. ~ CHERIE BLAIR, AUW Chancellor and Human Rights Lawyer
I think being a leader does not necessarily mean to be ahead of others in a society or a group. For me being a leader means to change the unwanted situations...I need to be a leader to lead my next generations to a rightful and better life.
~ MARZIA HABIBI, Afghanistan, AUW Class of 2017
I believe strongly in the development of women's leadership as a way to change the world and improve people's lives. AUW provides a unique platform to advance women's education and leadership on important issues and I look forward to seeing the product of this great institution as its students enter the world and leave their mark. ~ STACEY KEARE, President of the Girls Rights Project
By preparing women to be skilled professionals, innovators, and service-oriented leaders, AUW is the standard bearer in the region's effort to modernize and help women achieve their full potential. The United States is proud to serve as a partner with AUW on programs that advance these objectives. ~ ROBERT BLAKE, U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia, and Former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State.
I...look at the Asian University for Women as a bright example of South-South collaboration among developing countries...The World Bank stands ready to facilitate such South-South collaboration in support of the Asian University for Women. ~ NGOZI OKONJO-IWEALA, Former Nigerian Finance Minister and Former World Bank Managing Director
It was actually financial aid that finally made me accept the offer, along with the University's location, multi-cultural environment, international curriculum, and faculty. I treasure the decision to be an AUW student, because education at AUW has transformed me as an individual to someone who believes that she has the potential to change the lives of millions. I have also realized my own value, position, and responsibility in society. ~ ASWATHY VIJAYKUMAR, India, AUW Class of 2013
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The Asian University for Women ultimately seeks to empower its students by opening doors to new international opportunities. It seeks to graduate students who will pursue paths as skilled and innovative individuals and professionals, service-oriented leaders, and promoters of tolerance and understanding throughout the world. The AUW Support Foundation, a 501(c)(3)-registered nonprofit organization based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is the principal source of funding mobilization for the Asian University for Women in Chittagong, Bangladesh.
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