This page is a space for those students who would like to share updated stories about what AUSN means to them and their career paths. You can view pages of Alumni profiles also.
Our first 5 Masters degree graduates with their AUSN faculy thesis examiners for their public thesis defense. A 20,000 word thesis is required as well as taking the lectures.
AUSN welcomes new scholars! We have students from over 35 countries currently. Some of our students are also Research Fellows and you can read the profiles of some of them here.
Many students have tuition support (we do not manage loans - students should not be indebted when they graduate and are building their career!). Please see information on Sovereign Nations Scholars, and write to us. We will try to do our best for Education for All.
AUSN welcomes Applications from students (download the form), email to Professor Darryl Macer, email@example.com
Prospective students can also email to:
Ms. Lian D'Avignon, President, American University of Sovereign Nations Student Association (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ms. Endreya McCabe, Vice-President, American University of Sovereign Nations Student Association (Email: email@example.com)
Ms. Ananya Triptipthumrongchok, President, AUSN Alumni Association (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mr. Sol Erwin Diaz, Secretary, AUSN Alumni Association (Email: email@example.com)
Or email to those students or faculty who have provided their emails on the AUSN website. It is suggested that for propsective students and others inquiries are to:
Dr. Darryl Macer, Provost, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Why “American” University of Sovereign Nations
We use the term “American” because we are located in the Americas, and because of the positive ideal of what the term “America” stands for - freedom, democracy, and a chance to work hard and make a difference in the world. There are critiques of America, and some crimes and tragedies that have occurred counter to the constitution, but we can freely discuss these and lessons to learn because academic freedom is privileged in this country.
In the first 18 months of classes, AUSN has students from Australia, Bangladesh, Cameroon, Canada, Chile, China, Egypt, Germany, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Iran, Japan, Malawi, Malaysia, Mexico, Myanmar, Nepal, New Zealand, Nigeria, Pakistan, the Philippines, Singapore, Spain, Tanzania, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, USA, Vietnam, Yemen, Zimbabwe. All persons come as individuals not representing their nation, but we come together with our identities of where our ancestors came from and the many who helped forge us into the persons we are. You can learn about your history, as we celebrate the heritage of our ancestors from all around the world.
About one quarter of our students are indigenous, and some of these come from the 566 federally recognized sovereign nations inside the United States of America. The Americas is described as the New World by many people, and in terms of human history, it is. The first university in the Americas we know was developed a millennia ago in Xochicalco Mexico, and students came from many indigenous tribes to study and learn together.