The American Anti-Corruption Institute (AACI) and qatar university Empowering the Role of Academia in Fighting Corruption

The AACI is committed to play a proactive role in academia to prevent corruption methodically and innovatively.

We support launching local innovative anti-corruption initiatives. Members of the AACI's Students Association usually play a central role in such local initiatives.

Qatar University is a leader and visionary in the Middle East and Africa in empowering and engaging students to fight fraud and corruption.

December 17, 2013, Doha - Qatar
Mike Masoud, Sr. Director, The Middle East and Africa with Petra News and Al Rai newspaper — Jordan

Cooperating and collaborating with academic institutions and research centers to conduct empirical research.

The AACI and Qatar University signed a general agreement that is unprecedented in its scope and objectives.

A Strategic Agreement and Relationship with Qatar University - 2013

The AACI has its Student Association at Qatar Univeristy in 2014; the first of its kind in the Middle East and Africa

The AACI at Qatar University

In March 2015, The AACI and Qatar University started offering anti-corruption case contest to its students. The first one was concluded in early June 2015.

Launching the first anti-corruption case contest at Qatar University - May 2015
The closing ceremony of the first anti-corruption case contest at Qatar University
We are proud of such efforts and relationship with Qatar University

RT. HON BRUCE GEORGE Visiting Professor, University of Portsmouth Institute of Criminal Justice Studies; Memeber of The The American Anti-Corruption Institute (AACI) board of advisors.

More than six hours long vedio presentations and lectures made available to more than 16,000 students of Qatar University.

"Qatar University is visionary. Universities have a duty to engage their students in fighting fraud and corruption. I believe we will start such initiatives with other universities in the Middle East soon." L.B. Files, Presidemt of The AACI

Graduate and post-graduate students participated in this contest.

Extensive and unprecedented media coverage of such academic event.

This is a part of the closing ceremony of the first anti-corruption case contest at Qatar University. June 3, 2015

The local media coverage of the closing ceremony of the first anti-corruption case contest at Qatar University 
Press Conference: launching the Second Anti-Corruption Case Contest to ALL QU Students

Innovation in addressing the second anti-corruption case contest: VW DIESEL GATE

We are proud of all QU participants and the winners.

A spirit of engagement and determination for success.

QU and All its students are winners. Engagement of students and faculty to prevent fraud and corruption.

Except travel and lodging, The AACI does not charge academic institutions for its services that are directed towards their students

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The American Anti-Corruption Institute (AACI) Exam Unit


We would like to thank all those who are charged with governance at Qatar University, the dean of Business school Prof. Nitham Hindi, faculty members and advocates. We are grateful to The American Anti-Corruption Institute (AACI) student association for both male and female parts for their effective participation and engagement. The American Anti-Corruption Institute (AACI) thanks its members, advocates, supporters and strategic partners.

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