A Comprehensive Breakdown of the Anglo-American University Year's Statistics

  • International Student Body

Comprised of over 70 nationalities, the student body of AAU is truly multicultural. The largest proportion of studentscome from the United States (22%), the Czech Republic (20%) and Russia (12%), as well as many from post-Sovietnations, (app. 20%) such as Kazakhstan, Georgia, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, and Belarus. In Western Europe, our studentspredominantly come from Germany, France, Italy, and Spain. The largest student representation from East Asia areVietnamese and South Korean students. It is this eclectic mix that has helped to create a global community of which weat AAU are very proud of. It is the University’s belief that through improved cross-cultural communication, the world'schallenges can be better understood leading to more effective solutions.

AAU's faculty is made up of staff from over 20 different nationalities. Faculty are primarily comprised of Czech,American and British lecturers but also includes Israeli, German, Australian, French, Scandinavian, Indian and manymore.

At over 3.6 million Czech Crowns of tuition fees subsidised in the 2015/16 semester, AAU's scholarship program continues to grow, providing financial benefits to over 10% of our degree seeking students.

AAU currently runs 12 BA and 3 MA programs in its five Schools of Study. In addition, Schools of Business Administration offers an MBA program in cooperation with Chapman University, CA, USA, and John H. Carey II School of Law offers LLM by University of London International Programmes.

AAU is comprised of five schools; Journalism, Humanities & Social Science, Law, International Relations & Diplomacyand Business Administration. The School of Business Administration currently has the highest enrollment of all schools,with 46% of degree-seeking students. The School of International Relations holds 24% of enrollment followed by theSchool of Humanities & Social Science at 17%. The School of Journalism, media and visual arts at has approximately10%, and the School of Law accounts for 3%. Overall, there were 900 students enrolled at AAU in the 2019 Springsemester.

Becoming an alumnus/a of Anglo-American University is an important achievement. On average, 78% of students whoenroll in bachelor’s programs at AAU continue on into their second year of studies. A total of 52% of studentssuccessfully complete their studies and graduate within six years of enrollment. AAU works diligently to assist eachstudent to reach their full potential and successfully graduate.

AAU has three Institutional Learning Outcomes defining what the university expects its graduates to know and be ableto do after completing its programs. The university regularly evaluates the extent to which graduates meet these goalsusing scoring rubrics reflecting the US and EU standards. The assessment of graduates’ critical thinking and writingskills conducted by the University over 2013/14 and 2014/15 showed that 77% of AAU BA graduates have criticalthinking skills of average and higher quality (3 and better on a 5-point scale), with 50% being good or very good. 86%of AAU BA graduates are able to write at an average and better level, with 60% good or very good. In 2015/16 AAUassessed the third ILO focused on ‘Action’, or preparedness of our students to apply the acquired knowledge. Theanalysis shows that nearly 57% of students have had job experience related to studies during their time as a studentand that 64% of graduating students were employed in their last semester of studies.

  • Number of Classes Offered

The rates of enrollment are reflected in the number of classes offered by each School. In Spring 2016, AAU ran 216 courses, with Schools of Business Administration and Social Sciences having the largest number of courses available (62 and 90 respectively). 

  • Small Classes 

Class size at AAU is capped at 25 for majority of courses, selected courses have even smaller limits (20 or 15 students), average enrollment in our classes is under 18 students per class, enabling active engagement of students.