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“People fled into the Po C seeking protection from violence and instead find themselves in the crossfire.We call on all parties to stop the violence, respect the rights of civilians, and allow humanitarian organizations to provide life-saving care to those in need.” Since the renewed fighting erupted on July 8 and despite immense challenges in providing care, the International Medical Corps team in the Po C has treated 139 injured patients.Please go through this list before sending in the application. You are welcome to send an email for any specific enquiries, follow-up, or clarification to: This email address is being protected from spambots. However, this assistance is only available through prior arrangement with the admissions office. All new students are required to attend Orientation week, so note the dates given on the admission letter and ensure that you arrive at AIU in good time. Residential students should carry warm clothing as the Karen area can be very cold, especially in the period from May to September. Registration and payment of full fees should be completed within the first week of classes. If you have any concerns, please let the admissions office know we will try to assist you accordingly.The checklist includes items such as: passport pictures, application fees, recommendations (completed on AIU stipulated forms), academic certificates and transcripts, etc. Application fees can be deposited in the bank account and deposit slip submitted to the Admissions office or emailed to us by clicking This email address is being protected from spambots. Applications for the regular programs normally close on the 15th of December for the January intake, 15th April for the May intake and 15th August for the September intake.
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