showcasing and assisting exceptional and successful students

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

American culture

7:00 AM - 8:00 AM

Rise and shine

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

AUIB in Arabic

10:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Concert Music

9:00 PM - 10:00 PM

That`s so English

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM


10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Live UP

About US

AUIB FM is a non for profit radio station that is directed to the students of the American Univer- sity of Iraq-Baghdad. AUIB FM is an English speaking radio station that is broadcasting from Baghdad on the frequency 101.5 every day for 24 hours.


AUIB FM is a non for profit radio station that is directed to the students of the American Univer- sity of Iraq-Baghdad. AUIB FM is an English speaking radio station that is broadcasting from Baghdad on the frequency 101.5 every day for 24 hours. Our radio is specialised in English songs of all genres, distributed professionally in different hours to satisfy listeners of all preferences. Additionally, all the new and popular songs, and the worlds top chart music are all within our interest, to always be in touch with the latest musical and lyrical updates around the world. As a consequence, one of AUIB FM's top priorities is to oversee student activities on campus, as well as to give them opportunities to get involved with the radio station and invest in it for the benefit of both the students and the university. This is accomplished through giving students training opportunities, motivating them to take part in radio events and programs, and showcasing and assisting exceptional and successful students.

Our Programs

Rise and shine

Sunday - 7:00 AM
Monday - 7:00 AM
Tuesday - 7:00 AM
Wednesday - 7:00 AM
Thursday - 7:00 AM

A radio program for offering quick, diverse tips and instructions about health, fitness, social life, and spreading awareness presented as a piece of short advice in both Arabic and English, including songs in between.

That’s so English

Saturday - 9:00 PM
Monday - 9:00 PM
Wednesday - 9:00 PM

An educational radio program designed for English language learners, focused on enhancing their vocabulary and grammar through simple steps. The program airs every Saturday, Monday, and Wednesday at 9:00 pm, presented by Arnoldo and Suhad Rabie, with assistance from Humam and Maher.

AUIB In Arabic

Tuesday - 10:00 AM
Thursday - 10:00 AM

A diverse morning radio show in Arabic showcasing a range of activities at the American University of Iraq, Baghdad, alongside weather and traffic updates, zodiac signs, and daily news. The show also highlights a special guest, whether a staff member, faculty, or student from the American University of Iraq, Baghdad. The AUIB in Arabic radio show airs every Tuesday and Thursday from 10:00 am to 11:00 am with Suhad Rabie. If you miss the show, you can catch it again at 7:00 pm on the same day.

Live Up

Monday - 10:00 AM
Wednesday - 10:00 AM

A morning radio show that covers the activities and news of the American University of Iraq, Baghdad, along with weather and traffic updates in Baghdad, especially on the routes leading to the AUIB, in addition to sharing entertainment news. Also, the program features interviews with university professors or students, discussing various topics and events related to AUIB.


Every Day - 6:00 PM

A special album featuring selected songs by a single artist just for you. You'll listen to their most prominent songs. In this album, we delve into details and information about the artists to share more about their lives and achievements. Album Artist from AUIB FM every day at 6:00 pm AUIB FM 101.5.


Every Day - 10:00 PM

Enjoy listening to the most beautiful concerts selected for you from every place and time in the world. You'll hear a selection of live concerts by your favorite artists from AUIB FM every day at 10:00 pm.

American culture

Monday - 2:00 PM
Wednesday - 2:00 PM

A radio program that transports you to historical and remarkable landmarks across the United States of America, providing insights into American culture, its history, traditions, and significant events. The program airs every Monday and Wednesday at 2:00 pm in both Arabic and English, hosted by Humam and Suhad Rabie.

Our Gallery


Important Event

The "Impossible Statue"... Showcasing an innovative sculpture with "artificial intelligence". JUL 02

A sculpture inspired by the work of five of the world's most prominent sculptors is displayed in a Swedish museum Thanks to artificial intelligence software. Among them, Michelangelo and Auguste Rodin, were created exclusively Speaking to Agence France-Presse, Polina, a spokeswoman for Sandvik, the company that designed the statue, said: Lundy, it's an actual statue made by five sculpting masters who wouldn't collaborate in real life. The statue, made of stainless steel, is 150 cm high and weighs 500 kg to the change in kilogram, in the Stockholm Technology Museum, in an indicative move Traditional concepts of art For this work a woman whose lower body is covered with a tunic, holds a bronze orb in her left hand weath The idea of this statue is to create a mixture of the styles of the five sculptors, each of whom was printed The field of sculpture in his time, namely Michelangelo (Italy, 1564-1475), Auguste Rodin (France, w wrap all 1840-1917), Cathy Kollwitz (Germany, 1867-1945), Kotaro Takamura (Japan, 1883-1956.) Augusta Savage (USA, 1892-1962) “There is something about the statue that makes you feel like it is not created by humans To complete the sculpture, Sandvik engineers fed the artificial intelligence systems with many images Sculptures created by these artists Then the artificial intelligence programs presented a set of two-dimensional images that reflect, according to Alderius The character of each sculptor "Our engineers combined these two-dimensional images into a three-dimensional model, and here it is We started making the statue Or just a technical achievement? Alderius replies, "Yes, I think so But is this sculpture a work of art? The judgment in this regard is up to the public is an art," she considered Source: skynewsarabia

Our News

China is developing a supercomputer

Chinese scientists have confirmed that they have revolutionized quantum computing by developing a quantum computer Jiuzhang, who can perform computational tasks like those used in artificial intelligence but faster than the most powerful supercomputers in the world by about 180 million times Computational tasks that the Jiuzhang quantum computer can solve include modification the researchers said Data mining, biological information , network analysis , and chemical modeling research The research team, headed by Pan Jianwei, a physicist at the University of Science and Technology in China, who is called the "father of quantum" in the country, study in the Journal of Letters in Physical Research Physical Review Letters The study team said: "Our work is a step towards solving real computational problems using hardware The current quantity computer is medium sized Pan Jianwei said: "In the era of big data , the amount of global data is increasing exponentially It doubles every two years , and is meaningless if huge amounts of data are not mined At present, the traditional development model of computers is limited , and it consumes hardware

Hadeel Kamel returns to the artistic scene with a new theatrical work

The able Iraqi actress Hadeel Kamel is preparing to participate in a new theatrical work after a long absence from the scene Artistic , the work will be shown in London after the completion of the extensive rehearsal sessions and preparations allocated for theatrical work The artist, Hadeel Kamel, said: “It is hoped that I will see my honorable fans by participating in the work Which means "pad of the saddle" written by Adnan (pad saddle The) theatrical titled The Goldsmith and directed by Swiss director Peter Storm She added, "The new theatrical work is a poetic synthesis between two poets of different times, Imru' al-Qais And Adnan Al-Sayegh, through director Peter Bruce’s departure from one theme that brought them together (exile), which The most beautiful and sweetest poems will flow through him She pointed out: “I embody in the play the role of (the narrator) who participates with the narrator in narrating the theatrical events. Which will be in English with some passages in Arabic And she pointed out, “It is hoped that this theatrical work will begin at the end of October for a period of five years Weeks , by showing six consecutive days, and the play will be shown in one of the London theaters, after Finalizing the text and some production preparations and the stages that will come successively within the plan drawn for the work map Kamel explained , “The last dramatic work in which I participated was the series (The Last of the Kings) in 2011, as well. About her long absence in the field of theater that approached 25 years Source: Iraqi News Agency (INA).

Zoonotic diseases could become more deadly by 2050

Research findings have prompted urgent calls for action, as scientists warn that zoonotic diseases, which originate from animals, may claim the lives of 12 times more people by 2050 compared to the toll in 2020. The gravity of the situation is further underscored by experts from Ginkgo Bioworks, a prominent American biotechnology company, which cautions that outbreaks resulting from zoonotic diseases, also referred to as zoonotic transmission, could become more frequent in the coming years due to the combined impacts of climate change and deforestation. The pressing need for immediate action to address this looming threat to global health

Marilyn Monroe's Personal Jewelry Collection Surprises Everyone!

The American Icon's Minimalist Jewelry Holdings Defy Common Expectations Marilyn Monroe, the legendary American actress, is often associated with glamorous fashion and exquisite jewelry. However, many might be surprised to learn that Monroe possessed only a modest collection of luxurious jewelry, in contrast to the opulent holdings of her contemporaries. Born Norma Jeane Mortenson in Los Angeles in 1926, Monroe's life remains shrouded in mystery despite her immense fame. Her romantic