About IAU

The Association

Presenting IAU

IAU, founded in 1950, is the UNESCO-based worldwide association of higher education institutions. It brings together institutions and organisations from some 120 countries for reflection and action on common concerns and collaborates with various international, regional and national bodies active in higher education. Its services are available on the priority basis to Members but also to organisations, institutions and authorities concerned with higher education, as well as to individual policy and decision-makers, specialists, administrators, teachers, researchers and students. For more information about IAU please consult the following resources:

Information about the application process, membership categories, admission requirements, benefits and membership fees is available on the page Join IAU.

Do not hesitate to contact Trine Jensen (t.jensen(at)iau-aiu.net) should you wish to learn more about Membership in IAU.

Executive Committee

This Executive Committee is composed of the President, who acts as chair, and four Vice-Presidents with due regard to geographic representation. The Committee acts on behalf of the Administrative Board between meetings and guides the Association's action agenda and program of activities. Generally, the Executive Committee meets twice yearly. It provides support to the President of the Association by preparing the meetings of the Administrative Board and the business sessions of the General Conference. One Vice-President, so designated, replaces the President of the Association should the need arise for whatever reason during the latter's term of office. One Vice-President, also so designated, acts as Treasurer.

The Members of the Executive Committee are designated by the President from among the Administrative Board members and approved by them. The Secretary General of the IAU serves as secretary to the Executive Committee.

Members of the Executive Committee 2012-2016

President

Vice-Presidents

Secretariat

  • Eva Egron-Polak, Secretary General

IAU statutory documents

Introduction

IAU, founded in 1950, is the UNESCO-based worldwide association of higher education institutions. It brings together institutions and organisations from some 120 countries for reflection and action on common concerns and collaborates with various international, regional and national bodies active in higher education. Its services are available on the priority basis to Members but also to organisations, institutions and authorities concerned with higher education, as well as to individual policy and decision-makers, specialists, administrators, teachers, researchers and students.

The Association aims at giving expression to the obligation of universities and other higher education institutions as social institutions to promote, through teaching, research and services, the principles of freedom and justice, of human dignity and solidarity, and contributes, through international cooperation, to the development of material and moral assistance for the strengthening of higher education generally.

Statutory Documents

The IAU statutory documents are composed of the IAU Constitution and the Decisions and Guidelines which set out the mandate of the Association and framework for its operations. Along with the IAU’s general mission, a four- year Work Plan is regularly developed to translate the mission into concrete strategic directions and to define expected outcomes and activities to be pursued between quadrennial General Conferences. All documents are available below. For more information about IAU do not hesitate to contact iau@iau-aiu.net.


Constitution

Nice, 9 December 1950 - Last Amended, Utrecht, 17 July 2008

Conscious of their high responsibility as guardians of the intellectual life;
Conscious of the fundamental principles for which every university should stand, namely: the right to pursue knowledge for its own sake and to follow wherever the search for truth may lead; the tolerance of divergent opinion and freedom from political interference;
Conscious of their obligation as social institutions to promote, through teaching and research, the principles of freedom and justice, of human dignity and solidarity; to develop mutually material and moral aid on an international level;

The universities of the world, through their representatives assembled in conference at Nice, hereby decide to create an international association of universities.

  • Chapter One: Name
  • Chapter Two: Purposes
  • Chapter Three: Membership
  • Chapter Four: Internal Organisation and Administration
  1. The General Conference
  2. The President
  3. The Administrative Board
  4. The International Universities Bureau
  • Chapter Five: Headquarters of the Organisation
  • Chapter Six: Amendment of the Constitution
  • Chapter Seven: Dissolution
  • Chapter Eight: Miscellaneous Provisions

IAU Constitution

General Decisions and Guidelines
The document General Decisions and Guidelines supports the implementation of the Constitution. It is regularly modified by the Administrative Board and tabled at each IAU General Conference.

General Decisions and Guidelines


Mission:

IAU: Building a Worldwide Higher Education Community.

As stated in its Constitution IAU's mission is based on the fundamental principles for which every university should stand:

  • The right to pursue knowledge for its own sake and to follow wherever the search for truth may lead;
  • The tolerance of divergent opinion and freedom from political interference.

The overall goals of IAU are both internal and external:

  • IAU links up its Members, offering them quality services, networking and collective action.
  • The Association speaks on behalf of universities, other higher education institutions and associations and represents their concerns and interests in public debate and to outside partners.

Both of these complementary goals are pursued through future oriented collective action, including conferences and meetings, information services, policy discussion, research and publications.

By encouraging Members to work together, IAU

  • Facilitates the exchange of experience and learning and fosters cooperation;
  • Restates and defends the academic values and principles that underlie and determine the proper functioning of universities and other higher education institutions;
  • Upholds and contributes to the development of a long-term vision of universities' role and responsibilities in society;
  • Voices the concerns for higher education with regard to policies of international bodies such as UNESCO, the World Bank and others;
  • Contributes to a better understanding of current trends and policy developments through analysis, research and debate;
  • Provides comprehensive and authoritative information on higher education systems, institutions and qualifications worldwide.


IAU Work Plan for 2013-2016

Adopted at the 14th IAU General Conference in November 2012, Puerto Rico, the IAU work plan introduces the main lines of work of the Association. A more detailed strategy and action plan will be developed in collaboration with the IAU President and Administrative Board.

IAU Work Plan for 2013-2016

Administrative Board

Administrative Board:

Chaired by the IAU President, the Administrative Board is made of twenty elected and two ex officio members as follows: eighteen executive heads of member institutions and two heads of member organizations, the immediate past President and the Secretary General. A number of deputy members, from different regions and both categories of members are also elected. The Administrative Board meets annually, ensures that decisions of the General Conference are implemented and guides the work of the International Universities Bureau. Some of its work is carried out through various committees as groups such as, for example the Executive Committee, the Standing Committee on Membership Development (see below) and various specialized Working Groups (described elsewhere on the website). The term of tenure of the Administrative Board is four years.

Administrative Board 2012-2016

President

Vice-Presidents

Immediate Past President

Full Board Members

Africa

Americas

Asia and The Pacific

Europe

Organizations

Secretary-General

  • Eva EGRON-POLAK, Executive Director, Ex-Officio, International Universities Bureau

Deputy Members

Africa

Americas

Europe

Organizations

Honorary Presidents

  • Guillermo SOBERON, President 1980-1985, Former Rector, National Autonomous University of Mexico
  • Blagovest SENDOV, Acting President 1984, Former Rector, University of Sofia, Bulgaria
  • Justin THORENS, President 1985-1990, Former Rector, Université de Genève, Switzerland
  • Hans VAN GINKEL, President 2000-2004, Former Rector, Utrecht University, Netherlands; Former Rector, United Nations University, Japan
  • Goolam MOHAMEDBHAI, President 2004-2008, Former Secretary-General, Association of African Universities (AAU), Ghana

Standing Membership Development Committee

This Standing Committee is chaired by a member of the Administrative Board and includes only Board members. Its main function is to advise the Administrative Board and Secretary General on all matters related to membership development. More specifically, the Committee provides recommendations on admission policy, Membership categories and annual fees. It also helps to elaborate membership development strategies and examines how to improve membership retention though strong services offered by IAU. The Committee provides advice on specific admission cases brought to the Committee’s attention by the Secretary General or by the Director, Membership and Programme Development.

Members of the Standing Membership Development Committee 2012-2016:

Chair

Members

Secretariat

  • Hilligje van't Land, Director, Membership and Programme Development
  • Trine Jensen, Executive Assistant and Programme Officer

Secretariat

The International Universities Bureau is IAU's permanent Secretariat and its major instrument of program implementation, along with the Administrative Board, various Committees and Working Groups. Created by UNESCO in 1949, initially as an international information centre on higher education, the Bureau was instrumental in preparing the International University Conference in Nice, 1950, at which the IAU was founded. Today, under the authority of the IAU and as a partner organization of UNESCO, its mission includes:

  • Monitoring and analysing trends in higher education and research at global level,
  • Collecting and sharing information,
  • Developing IAU positions and advocacy

International Universities Bureau Staff:

Annual Reports

Activity Reports:

Activity reports are snapshots of the Association, its activities and achievements. Featuring financial information, they contribute to the Association's total transparency.

  • Annual Report 2013 (pdf, 2 Mb)
  • Annual Report 2012 (pdf, 3 Mb)
  • Annual Report 2011 (pdf, 2.7 Mb)
  • Annual Report 2010 (pdf, 2.09 Mb)
  • Annual Report 2009 (pdf, 1.76 Mb)
  • Annual Report 2008 (pdf, 3.40 Mb)
  • Annual Report 2007 (pdf, 1.07 Mb)
  • Annual Report 2006 (pdf, 1.65 Mb)
  • Annual Report 2005 (pdf, 1.94 Mb)
  • IAU Report of activities 2004-2008 (full document, presentation)
  • IAU Activities and Finance Report 2000-2004 (rtf, 540 kb)
    Written in the wake of IAU's 12th General Conference in Sao Paulo, this document provides an analytical account of the developments and initiatives undertaken by the Association from August 2000 to July 2004. Reporting major changes and achievements, it features six chapters: Memberships, IAU Governance, Activities, Partnerships and Networking, IAU Publications Programme, Finance and Administration.

  • Annual Report 2004 (pdf, 2.15 mb)
    In addition to the covering the current thematic priorities and various actions implemented by IAU working groups, the report focused this year on the IAU 12th General Conference held in July 2004 in Sao Paulo, Brazil and its follow-up. The report offers also the opportunity to discover the new IAU President and Administrative Board elected in July 2004.

  • Annual Report 2003 (pdf, 2.07 mb)
    Precious information concerning the IAU itself, its partnerships and recent publications, as well as major events that are to take place in 2004. It also offers data concerning the financial year 2004.

Policy Statements

Introduction

IAU adopts positions and develops Policy Statements on issues of global importance for higher education. Each Statement is the product of extensive drafting and international consultations. In recent years, the Statements have been formally adopted by the General Conference of the Association, though in the past some emanated from international Round Tables or meetings of the Administrative Board. The topics that have been the subjects of such Policy Statements are usually identified by the Association’s leadership and membership as requiring the attention of the international academic community.

IAU Policy Statements most frequently identify the issue area, present a number of key principles and include a few recommendations for action at either the institutional or the governmental level or both.

Traditionally, the development of an IAU Policy Statement has been delegated by the IAU Administrative Board to a small Working Group or Task Force whose members are drawn from each world region. IAU is committed to being the global voice for higher education institutions hence the international composition of the Task Forces is essential in order to ensure that each Policy Statement reflects the collective interests of higher education without ignoring the specific concerns or interests of institutions in various parts of the world.

Most Recently Adopted

The IAU 14th General Conference, held at the Inter American University of Puerto Rico, USA, in November 2012, approved two new policy documents: the IAU-MCO Guidelines for an Institutional Code of Ethics in Higher Education; and Affirming Academic Values in Internationalization of Higher Education: A Call for Action.

More information on related activities can be found on the Ethics in HE webpages and the Internationalization webpages. .

Complete list

IAU Policy Statements, listed here in chronological order, starting with the most recent Statement, are freely available for dissemination. More recent Statements have been open to endorsements by other Associations of Higher Education; all are open to comments.

Affirming Academic Values in Internationalization of Higher Education:A Call for Action (2012)

IAU-MCO Guidelines for an Institutional Code of Ethics in Higher Education (2012)

Prepared in collaboration with the Magna Charta Observatory.

Equitable Access, Success and Quality in Higher Education (2008)

Sharing Quality Higher Education Across Borders: A Statement on Behalf of Higher Education Institutions Worldwide (2005)

Prepared in collaboration with AUCC, ACE and CHEA

Universities and Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) (2004)

Towards a Century of Cooperation: Internationalization of Higher Education (2000)

Academic freedom, Institutional Autonomy and Social Responsibility (1998)

The Buenos Aires Statement on Higher Education Funding (1994)

Kyoto Declaration on Sustainable Development (1993)

Members

Institutions

Member Institutions:

Total Number: 624

Member Institutions are universities or degree-conferring higher education institutions whose main objective is teaching and research, irrespective of whether or not they carry the name of university. Benefiting from IAU's complete range of services and able to become active participants in all IAU working groups and activities, they also participate in the election of the President and the Administrative Board.

Repartition

As a global Association, IAU has Member Institutions on every continent, with the following repartition:

Institutions by regions

Africa: 11%: Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Cape Verde, Congo (Democratic Republic), Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Malawi, Morocco, Mozambique, Nigeria, Senegal, Somalia, South Africa, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Togo, Tunisia, Uganda, Zimbabwe.

Asia and Pacific: 24%: Australia, Bangladesh, China, China - Hong Kong SAR, China - Macao SAR, China - Taiwan, Fiji, India, Indonesia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kirghizstan, Malaysia, Mongolia, Nepal, New Zealand, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam.

Europe: 40%: Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia (FYROM), Moldova, Netherlands (The), Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom.

Latin America and Caribbean: 5%: Argentina, Bahamas, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Haiti, Jamaica, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay

Middle East: 13%: Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, United Arab Emirates

North America: 7%: Canada, Mexico, United States of America.

The complete list of Member Institutions:

Albania
Eqrem ÇabejUniversity of Gjirokstra
Epoka University
University of Vlora "Ismail Qemali"


Andorra
University of Andorra 


Argentina
Catholic University of Argentina
National University of La Rioja
National University of La Matanza
National University of Rosario
University of Palermo
University of Salvador


Armenia
Yerevan State Medical University
Yerevan State University


Australia
Deakin University
Box Hill Institute
Federation University Australia
Griffith University
James Cook University
Queensland University of Technology
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT University)
University of Queensland
University of Melbourne
University of the Sunshine Coast
University of Western Sydney
University of Wollongong


Austria
Karl-Franzens University of Graz
Management Center Innsbruck (MCI)
University of Music & Performing Arts Graz
University of Salzburg
Vienna University of Economics and Business

Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan State Economic University
Azerbaijan University of Architecture and Construction


Bahamas
The College of the Bahamas


Bahrain
Applied Science University
Gulf University
University of Bahrain


Bangladesh
Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology
American International University-Bangladesh
Daffodil International University
The Independent University of Bangladesh
International University of Business Agriculture and Technology
Islamic University of Technology


Belarus
Belarussian National Technical University (BNTU)
International University "MITSO"


Belgium
Ghent University
Université Saint-Louis - Bruxelles (USL-B)
Université Catholique de Louvain
UMONS - Université de Mons
Université libre de Bruxelles
University College Ghent


Benin
Ecole Supérieure Panafricaine de Management Appliqué

Botswana
University of Botswana


Brazil
Sao Paulo State University "Julio de Mesquita Filho" (UNESP)
State University of Campinas
University of José de Rosário Vellano

Bulgaria
Trakia University
St. Cyril and St. Methodius University of Véliko Turnovo


Burkina Faso
Université de Ouagadougou


Cameroon
École Nationale Supérieure des Travaux Public (ENSTP)
Université de Douala
Université de Yaoundé I


Canada
Athabasca University
Concordia University
Institut national de la recherche scientifique
McMaster University
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Ryerson University
Université d'Ottawa
University of Manitoba
Université de Montréal
University of Regina
The University of Sherbrooke
Saint Mary's University


Cape Verde
Jean Piaget University of Cape Verde
University of Cape Verde


Chad
University of N'Djamena


China
China University of Petroleum, Beijing
Nankai University
Sias International University
Zhejiang University
Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University


China – Hong Kong SAR
Chinese University of Hong Kong
City University of Hong-Kong
Hong Kong Baptist University
The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
The University of Hong Kong


China – Macao SAR
Macao University of Science and Technology
University of Macau
University of Saint Joseph


China – Taiwan
Tamkang University


Colombia
EAFIT University
University of Boyaca


Congo (Democratic Republic)
Université Technologique "Bel Campus"


Costa Rica
University of Costa Rica


Croatia
University of Split
University of Zagreb


Cyprus
University of Cyprus


Czech Republic
Charles University in Prague
Czech Technical University in Prague
Masaryk University, Brno
Technical University of Ostrava


Denmark
Aalborg University
University of Aarhus
University of Copenhagen
University of Southern Denmark


Dominican Republic
Autonomous University of Santo Domingo
Catholic University of Nordestana
Universidad del Caribe


Ecuador
Escuela Superior Politecnica del Litoral
Universidad Tecnica Particular de Loja


Egypt
Ain-Shams University
Alexandria University
American University in Cairo
Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport (AASTMT)
October High Institute for Engineering and Technology
Minufiya University
University of Sadat City (USC)
Misr University for Science and Technology


Estonia
Tallinn University


Ethiopia
Jimma University


Fiji
University of the South Pacific


Finland
HAAGA-HELIA - University of Applied Sciences
Hanken School of Economics
University of Eastern Finland
University of Helsinki
University of Jyväskylä
University of Lapland
University of Oulu
University of Tampere
University of Turku
University of Vaasa


France
Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Arts et Métiers (ENSAM)
Institut Catholique de Paris
Université Paris-Est Créteil Val de Marne
Université de Versailles St-Quentin-en-Yvelines


Georgia
Caucasus University (Kavkasiis Universiteti)
Free University in Tbilisi
Ilia State University
Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University
Tbilisis Davit Agmašeneblis Sakhelobis Universiteti


Germany
Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
Heidelberg University
Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf
Humboldt University Berlin
Leuphana University Luneburg
University of Kassel
University of Leipzig
University of Wuppertal


Ghana
All Nations University College
'Kwame Nkrumah' University of Science and Technology
University of Cape Coast
University of Ghana
University of Mines and Technology (UMaT)
University of Professional Studies


Greece
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
National & Kapodistrian University of Athens
University of Piraeus


Haiti
Ecole Supérieure d'Infotronique d'Haïti
Université Caraïbe
Université d'Etat d'Haïti
Université Quisqueya


Hungary
Budapest Business School
Corvinus University of Budapest
Central European University
Semmelweis University


India
Ambedkar University Delhi
Amrita University
Assam Don Bosco University
Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University
Assam Don Bosco University
Banaras Hindu University
Birla Institute of Technology & Science
Central University for Tibetan Studies
Chandigarh University
Indian Institute of Information Technology
Indian Veterinary Research Institute
Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology
Lovely Professional University
Maharishi Markendeshwar University
Noorul Islam Centre for Higher Education
Panjab University
P E S University
Punjab Technical University
Sam Higginbottom Institute of Agriculture, Technology and Sciences
University of Delhi
Sharda University
University of Jammu
University of Petroleum and Energy Studies
Vellore Institute of Technology
Vels University


Indonesia
Syiah Kuala University
Widyatama University


Iran
Al Mustafa International University
Allameh Tabatabai University
Alzahra University
Bu-Ali Sina University
Damghan University
Ferdowsi University of Mashhad
Ilam University
Imam Khomeini International University
Iran University of Science & Technology
Islamic Azad University
Raja university
Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences
Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz
Shiraz University
Tabarestan Higher Education Institution
Tehran University of Medical Sciences
Tarbiat Modares University
University of Birjand
University of Guilan
University of Isfahan
University of Science and Culture
University of Tabriz
University of Tehran


Iraq
Al-Mansour University College
Koya University
University of Raparin
University of Salahaddin, Arbil


Ireland
Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT)
National University of Ireland
National University of Ireland Maynooth
National University of Ireland, Galway
NUID, University College, Dublin


Israel
Ariel University Center of Samaria
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology


Italy
Ca' Foscari University of Venice
Catholic University of the Sacred Heart
University of Bologna
University of Genoa
University of Insubria
The University of Languages and Communication (IULM)
Université de Molise
University of Parma
University of Pavia
University of Rome 'La Sapienza'
University of Sassari
University of Siena
University of Teramo
University of Udine


Jamaica
University of the West Indies


Japan
Chiba University
Chuo University
Gakushuin University
Hokkaido University
International Christian University
J.F. Oberlin University
Japan Women's University
Jikei University School of Medicine
Kanazawa Institute of Technology
Kanazawa University
Keio University
Kobe University
Kyoto University
Kyoto University of Foreign Studies
Kyushu University
Meiji University
Nagoya Institute of Technology
Nanzan University
Notre Dame Seishin University
Osaka University
Osaka University of Commerce
Rikkyo (St. Paul's) University
Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
Tokyo University of Science
Senshu University
Shigakkan University
Sophia University Tokyo
Tamagawa University
Tokyo Institute of Technology
University of the Sacred Heart
The University of Tokyo
University of Tsukuba
Waseda University


Jordan
Al-Ahliyya Amman University
Al-Balqa Applied University (BAU)
Applied Science University
Jerash Private University
Jordan University of Science and Technology
Mu'tah University
Philadelphia University
The Hashemite University
The World Islamic Science & education University
University of Jordan
Yarmouk University

Kazakhstan
Akhmet Yassawi International Kazakh-Turkish University
Almaty Technological University
'Al-Farabi' Kazakh National University
East Kazakstan State Technical University named after D. Serikbayer
Karaganda Economical University of Kazpotrebsoyuz
Kazak Abylai Khan University of International Relations and World Languages
Kazakh National Pedagogical University of Abaya
Kazakh National Technical University named after K.I. Satpaev
Kazakh State Women’s Teacher Training University
L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University
S.D. Asfendiyarov Kazakh National Medical University
South-Kazakhstan State Pharmaceutical Academy


Kenya
Catholic University of Eastern Africa
Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology
Kenyatta University
Moi University
Strathmore University
University of Nairobi


Kirghizstan
Kyrgyzstan-Turkey Manas University


Latvia
Latvia University of Agriculture
University of Latvia


Lebanon
Al Imam Al Ouzai University
American University of Science and Technology
Beirut Arab University
Holy Family University – Batroon
Islamic University of Lebanon
Notre Dame University - Louaize
Modern University for Business and Science
Rafik Hariri University
Université Antonine
Université Libanaise
Université Saint-Esprit de Kaslik
Université Saint-Joseph de Beyrouth
University of Balamand (UOB)


Lesotho
National University of Lesotho


Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
Misurata University


Lithuania
European Humanities University
Mykolas Romeris University
Vilnius University


Luxembourg
Université du Luxembourg


Macedonia (FYROM)
Sts. Cyril and Methodius University, Skopje
St. Kliment Ohridski


Madagascar
Université d'Antananarivo


Malawi
University of Malawi


Malaysia
International Islamic University Malaysia
Islamic Science University of Malaysia
Lincoln University College
National University of Malaysia
Technical University of Malaysia Melaka
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
Universiti Malaysia Sabah
University of Malaya
Universiti Sains Malaysia
Universiti Putra Malaysia


Mexico
Autonomous Metropolitan University
Autonomous University of Chiapas
Autonomous University of Sinaloa
CETYS Universidad
La Salle University
National Autonomous University of México
Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León
Universidad Iberoamericana Ciudad de México
University of Colima in Mexico
University of Guadalajara
University of Monterrey
University of Veracruz


Moldova
Cooperative Trade University of Moldova
Université d’Etat de Médecine et Pharmacie « Nicolae Testemitanu » (UEMPh) de République Moldova
Free International University of Moldova
Université d'Etat de Moldavie


Mongolia
National University of Mongolia
University of the Humanities


Morocco
Université Hassan II - Casablanca
Université Mohammed V - Agdal


Mozambique
Eduardo Mondlane University


Nepal
Tribhuvan University


Netherlands
Free University Amsterdam
Leiden University
Tilburg University
Radbound University Nijmegen
University of Twente


New Zealand
Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology (CPIT)
Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology
Southern Institute of Technology
UNITEC Institute of Technology
University of Otago


Nicaragua
Central American University, Managua

Nigeria
Al-Hikmah University
Bowen University, Nigeria
Gombe State University
Federal Polytechnic, Oko
Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta
Nnamdi Azikiwe University
Redeemer's University
University of Ilorin
University of Jos
University of Lagos
University of Uyo


Norway
Norwegian School of Economics & Business Administration
Norwegian University of Life Sciences
University of Bergen
University of Oslo


Oman
Sultan Qaboos University

Pakistan
Air University
Bahria University
COMSATS Institute of Information Technology
Greenwish University
Institute of Business Administration
Institute of Business & Technology
Institute of Business Management
Fatima Jinnah Women University
National University of Science & Technology
Shah Abdul Latif University
Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science & Technology
Sir Syed University of Engineering & Technology
University of Balochistan
University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences
Ziauddin University

Palestine
Al-Quds University
An-Najah National University
Bethlehem University
Birzeit University
Islamic University of Gaza
Palestine Polytechnic University
Palestine Technical University
University College of Applied Science (UCAS)

Papua New Guinea
Pacific Adventist University


Peru
Catholic University of Santa Maria
Pontifical Catholic University of Peru
National University of San Marcos
Universidad Cientifica del Perú

Philippines
Adamson University
Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies
Centro Escolar University
De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde
Foundation University
Philippine Christian University
Philippine Women's University
University of Manila
University of Santo Tomas
University of the East

Poland
Akademia Polonijna w Czestochowie
Poznan University of Technology
AGH Academy of Science and Technology
Warsaw University of Life Sciences


Portugal
Fernando Pessoa University
Lusiada University of Lisabon
Universidade do Minho
University of Porto


Qatar
University of Qatar


Romania
Aurel Vlaicu University of Arad
"Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University, Iasi
Babes Bolyai University
Constantza Maritime University
National University of Political Studies and Public Administration
National University of Physical Education and Sports of Bucharest
Petre Andrei University of Iasi
"Petru Maior" University of Targu Mures
Spiru Haret University
Titu Maiorescu University of Bucharest
University of Architecture and Urbanism "Ion Mincu"
University of Medicine & Pharmacy "Targu-Mures"
University "Stefan Cel Mare" of Suceava
"Victor Babes" University of Medicine & Pharmacy Timisoara

Russian Federation
Academy of Social Education
Admiral Ushakov Maritime State University (AUMSU)
Belgorod State National Research University
Belgorod University of Cooperation, Economics and Law
Bratsk State University
Moscow City Teachers Training University
Moscow University of Humanities
Moscow University of Industry and Finance
Moscow State Linguistic University
Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry
National Research University "Moscow Power Engineering Institute"
People's Friendship University of Russia
Pyatigorsk State Linguistic University
Russian State University for the Humanities
Southern Federal University
Saint-Petersburg State University of Economics
Saint-Petersburg State University
Saint-Petersburg University of Management and Economics
State University of Management, Moscow
The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA)
Tomsk Polytechnic University
Tula State Lev Tolstoy Pedagogical University
Ufa State Petroleum Technical University
Voronezh State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering


Saudi Arabia
Dar Al-Hekma College
Effat University
Jazan University
King Abdulaziz University
King Khalid University
King Saud University
King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals
Najran University
Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University
Princess Nora Bint Abdul Rahman University


Senegal
Université Cheikh Anta Diop de Dakar
Université Gaston Berger de St. Louis

Singapore
SIM University

Slovak Republic
University of Economics in Bratislava


Somalia
Benadir University
Simad University


South Africa
Durban University of Technology
Helderberg College
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
Rhodes University
University of KwaZulu-Natal
University of South Africa
Vaal University of Technology

South Sudan
University of Juba


Spain
National University of Distance Education
Open University of Catalonia
Politechnic University of Madrid
Pontifical University of Comillas
Technical University of Catalonia
University of Salamanca
University Rovira i Virgili
University of Cantabria
University of Barcelona
University of Deusto
University of Granada
University of Navarra
University of Oviedo
University of Vic


Sri Lanka
General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University
Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka
The Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology
University of Colombo
University of Kelaniya


Sudan
Al-Zaiem Al Azhari University
National University-Sudan
Nile Valley University
Red Sea University
University of Nyala
University of Science and Technology, Omdurman
Wadmedani Ahlia University

Swaziland
University of Swaziland


Sweden
Dalarna University
Jönköping University
Linnaeus University
Lund University
Stockholm University
University of Gothenburg
Uppsala University
World Maritime University


Switzerland
Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne
International University in Geneva
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zürich
University of Bern
Université de Fribourg
Université de Genève
Université de Lausanne
Université de Neuchâtel
University of Zürich


Syria
Al-Baath University
University of Aleppo
University of Damascus


Tanzania
The Hubert Kairuki Memorial University (HKMU)
Open University of Tanzania
University of Dar es Salaam


Thailand
Chulalongkorn University
Siam University
Suranaree University of Technology


Togo
Université de Lomé


Tunisia
Central University
Institut des Hautes Etudes de Tunis
Université de Sfax


Turkey
Afyon Kocatepe Üniversitesi
Akdeniz University
Ankara University
Atatürk University
Atilim University
Bogaziçi University
Canakkale 18th March University
Cyprus International University
Eastern Mediterranean University
European University of Lefke
Girne American University
Hacettepe Üniversity
Hasan Kalyoncu University
Istanbul Bilgi Universitesi
Istanbul Technical University
Izmir University of Economics
Near East University
Ondokuz Mayis University
Pamukkale University
Sakarya University
Suleyman Demirel University
Trakya University
Uludag Üniversity
University of Kirikkale


Turkmenistan
International Oil and Gas University

Uganda
Kyambogo University
Makerere University

Ukraine
Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University
Classic Private University
Alfred Nobel University Dnipropetrovs'k
European University
Kamianets Podilski National University
Kharkiv National Medical University
to O. M. Beketov National University of Urban Economy in Kharkiv
Kharkiv University of Humanities “People’s Ukrainian Academy”
Kremenchuk Mykhaylo Ostrogradskiy State University
Kyiv National Linguistic University
National Aerospace University "Kharkiv Aviation Institute" 
National Aviation University (NAU)
National Pedagogical Dragomanov University
National University of Food and Technologies
Pryazovskyi State Technical University (PSTU)
South Ukrainian State Pedagogical University named after K.D. Ushynsky
Sumy State University
Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv
Ukrainian Medical Stomatological Academy
University of banking of the National Bank of Ukraine
Vinnytsia National Technical University
V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University


United Arab Emirates
Al Ghurair University

United Kingdom
Cardiff Metropolitan University
University of Liverpool
University of London
University of Nottingham
University of Salford
The University Of West London
University of Westminster


United States of America
City University of Seattle
Gannon University
Fordham University
George Washington University
Inter American University of Puerto Rico
James Madison University
New York Institute of Technology
St. Cloud State University
The University of Arizona
Tufts University
University of Pennsylvania
Wheelock College


Uruguay
Catholic University of Uruguay 'Dámaso Antonio Larrañaga'
ORT University of Uruguay


Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City University of Transport


Zimbabwe
Bindura University Of Science Education
Women’s University in Africa

Organizations

Member Organizations:

Total Number: 27 (October 2012)

Since the General Conference held in Durban in 2000, IAU has Member Organizations. Member Organizations are higher education organizations active on the national, regional or international level. Just like Member Institutions, they are granted full benefits, voting rights, and are represented on the Administrative Board. This status has been created at Durban's IAU General Conference in 2000.

The complete list of Member Organizations:

International higher education organisations

National higher education organisations

Bangladesh
Association of Universities of Bangladesh

Canada

Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC)
Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE)

Germany
Bavarian University Alliance BUA

Hungary
Hungarian Rector's Conference

India
Association of Indian Universities

Japan
Association of Private Universities of Japan

Nigeria
Committee of Vice-Chancellors (CVC) of Nigerian Federal Universities

Netherlands
Association of Universities in the Netherlands


Spain

Conference of Rectors of Spanish Universities (CRUE)
Associació Catalana d'Universitats Públiques

Sweden
Association of Swedish Higher Education (SUHF)

U.S.A.
American Council on Education (ACE)
Association of American Colleges & Universities (AAC&U)

Observers

Definition:

IAU Observer status can be granted to public or private not-for-profit degree-conferring higher education institutions which do not yet meet the eligibility criteria for Membership of 3 cohorts of students.

The Observer status will be valid until the institution graduates three cohorts of students at which time it will be admitted to full Institutional Membership.

Rationale:

In creating this category, IAU wishes to become more inclusive and to contribute to the development of quality higher education globally.

IAU Observers:

Affiliates and Associates

IAU Affiliates:

IAU Affiliates are non-governmental organisations or networks, whose primary mandate is related to education and sharing the Association's goals and values but which are not eligible to join as full members. Benefiting from IAU's services, they participate in most of the Association's projects.

Today, IAU affiliates are:

Africa

Americas

Europe

Asia and The Pacific

IAU Associates

IAU Associates are well known and respected leaders and experts in higher education who share some of IAU's goals and values, and wishing to enhance their personal collaboration with the Association. Connected to the information dissemination programme, Associates attend conferences and participate in IAU projects.

Initially open only to former IAU Board Members, the IAU Associate's category has been broadened beyond former Board members to include all individuals who share an interest in higher education, would bring value to the work of the Association and who wish to work with the IAU.

Today, IAU Associates include:

  • Dr. Mohamed M. El-Faham - Dean of Graduate Studies, Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport, Egypt & Director, Center for Special Studies & Programs (CSSP), Egypt
  • Dr. Zixin Hou - Former President, Nankai University, China
  • Kevin Kinser - Associate Professor, Department of Educational Administration and Policy Studies, Institute for Global Education Policy Studies, State University of New York at Albany, U.S.A.
  • Dr. Jason E. Lane - Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Administration and Policy Studies, School of Education, University at Albany, State University of New York, U.S.A.
  • Jason Laker, Ph.D. - Professor, Department of Counselor Education San José State University, San José, CA, U.S.A.
  • Dr. H. Ian Macdonald - President Emeritus of York University, Canada
  • Dr. Fava de Moraes - Former Rector, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • Dr. Justin Thorens - Former Rector, University of Geneva, Switzerland
  • George Tillman - consulting / expert-conseil, Canada
  • Samuel Akinyemi, Ph.D. - Senior lecturer and Sub-Dean, Faculty of Education Lagos State University, Nigeria
  • Eric Zimmerman, - Academic Secretary and Director of Research & Internationalization at Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (IDC), Israel
  • Dr. Antonio Marques - Former IAU Administrative Board Member and Vice-Rector for International Relations, University of Porto, Portugal
  • Dr. Molly Corbett-Broad - Former IAU Administrative Board Member and President of the American Council on Education (ACE), USA
  • Dr. Agneta Bladh - Former IAU Administrative Board Member and Former Rector of the University of Kalmar,Sweden
  • Prof. Makoto Asashima - Former IAU Administrative Board Member and Former Managing Director & Vice-President of the University of Tokyo, Japan
  • Prof. Clifford Nii Boi Tagoe - Former IAU Administrative Board Member and Former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana, Ghana
  • Ms. Janyne Hodder - Former IAU Administrative Board Member and Past President of the College of The Bahamas, The Bahamas
  • Prof. Is-Haq Oloyede - Former IAU Administrative Deputy Board Member and Former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ilorin, Nigeria
  • Prof. J.D. Amin - Vice-Chancellor of the Federal University, Dutse Nigeria

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Institutions

Institutions

With more than 600 Member institutions from more than 120 countries, the institutional Members are at the heart of the life and work of the International Association of Universities (IAU). The IAU mission is to build a worldwide higher education community by offering a forum and a variety of services to higher education leaders who share common values and interests and who wish to exchange with their peers on issues of global concern. For your institution to become part of the global platform and benefit from IAU services, please complete and return to IAU the completed application form available below.

Application form

To apply for institutional membership please submit the Institutional Membership Application Form to Ms. Trine Jensen: t.jensen(at)iau-aiu.net. The admission criteria below are strictly applied and please note that an incomplete application form will delay the review process.

Institutional Membership Application Form

Admission criteria

IAU institutional membership is open to institutions whose main objective is higher education and the development of knowledge. Applying Universities and other higher education institutions must:

  • be public or private not-for-profit;
  • be degree-conferring institutions;
  • be recognized by a national competent body or its equivalent;
  • have undergone, at the national or regional level, a process of quality assurance or accreditation, or, if such a process does not exist, be a member of a national or regional association of universities;
  • be dedicated to the study of several branches of knowledge*;
  • grant at least a three-year, first cycle or undergraduate degree;
  • have graduated at least three cohorts**;
  • be at the level of higher education, as shown by the active participation of their staff in scientific or scholarly research and by the equipment placed at their disposal;

*Exceptionally, the Administrative Board, acting under the provisions of Article 4 of the IAU Constitution, may admit institutions of high standing, which are concerned with only one specialized field of knowledge, as long as they meet all the other above-mentioned criteria.

**In order to allow newly established higher education institutions to become actively engaged in the work of IAU, and benefit from the services offered, universities and other HEIs having graduated at least one cohort may be granted Observer status until they fulfill the criterion of having graduated three cohorts, at which time they become full Member.

Benefits

Institutional Membership in IAU includes the following benefits:

  • Be associated to the principles and values IAU upholds
  • Discount registration fee for IAU Conferences
  • Invitation to speak at IAU Conferences
  • Right to vote and stand for election as President and as an Administrative Board Member at the Quadrennial General Conferences*
  • Use of IAU logo to indicate affiliation to the Association
  • Invitations to participate in activities, workshops, seminars and expert meetings
  • Opportunity to participate in IAU Working Groups on priority themes
  • IAU Consultation for expert advice in its areas of work
  • Eligibility to apply for LEADHER grants (up to 6 grants of 10,000 Euro a year)
  • Advanced access to the World Higher Education Database (WHED) Portal and 50 % discount on the International Handbook of Universities (IHU)
  • Subscription to IAU quarterly research journal Higher Education Policy (HEP)
  • Subscription to IAU Horizons, a thematic tri-annual magazine debating important higher education issues
  • Subscription to the monthly E-bulletin, a source of links to higher education policies, opportunities and news worldwide
  • Subscription to Highlights from the Press, a monthly selection of articles on higher education in the international press
  • Advanced access to the International Bibliographic Database on Higher Education (HEDBIB)
  • Inclusion of institutional publications in HEDBIB
  • Disseminating institutional news on the IAU website in “News from Members’”
  • Internationalization Strategies Advisory Service (ISAS) at a discount rate
  • Possibility to become part of the ISAS expert roster
  • Discount price for the IAU Global Survey on Internationalization of Higher Education report
  • Discount rate for recruiting via Global Academy Jobs.

*This benefit does not apply to IAU Observer institutions.

Annual Membership Fees

In order to demonstrate solidarity with universities and other HEIs based in low income countries, the IAU institutional mey mbership fee structure is based on a combination of institutional student enrollment and the Gross National Product (GNP) of the country (list of countries per category). The financial year at IAU runs from 1 October to 30 September.

Institutions Low Income Countries Middle Income Countries High Income Countries
Less than 1,000 Students 750 € (Euro) 1,050 € (Euro) 1,075 € (Euro)
Between 1,000-5,000 students 1,050 € (Euro) 1,350 € (Euro) 1,450 € (Euro)
Between 5,000-10,000 students 1,450 € (Euro) 1,950 € (Euro) 2,050 € (Euro)
More than 10,000 students 1,900 € (Euro) 2,500 € (Euro) 2,600 € (Euro)

Application review process

The applications are reviewed at least once a month. If retained for Membership, the head of institution will receive an acceptance letter from the IAU Secretary-General explaining the formalities to complete to finalize Membership. These are:

  • Payment of the annual membership fees (statement sent with acceptance letter).
  • Signing and sending to IAU the letter of commitment on official institutional letterhead

For more information about Membership please contact Ms. Trine Jensen: t.jensen(at)iau-aiu.net or +33 145684800.

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Organizations

Organizations

National and regional associations of universities are important Members of IAU. As umbrella organisations representing higher education institutions in a specific geographical area, associations are key sources of information about trends and issues regarding higher education in a specific country or region and at the local level. By joining the IAU, organizations have the possibility to get involved in the work of the IAU ; to become part of a global network of peers and to exchange with other leaders of higher education associations on issues of global concern. In addition to its other conferences and events, IAU organizes biennial Global Meetings of Associations (GMA) which are exclusively focused on and open only to higher education associations and thus create a unique platform for exchange among peers.

Application form

To apply for organizational membership please send the completed Organizational Membership Application Form to Trine Jensen: t.jensen(at)iau-aiu.net. The admission criteria are spelled out below. Please note that an incomplete application form delays the review process.

Organizational Membership Application Form

Admission criteria

All associations or networks of universities and higher education institutions that bring together the leaders and other representatives of institutions or higher learning and/or research are eligible to apply of membership. Associations of universities and other higher education institutions at national, sub-national, regional or international level may be admitted as Member Organizations.

Benefits

Organizational membership in IAU includes the following benefits:

  • Be associated to the principles and values IAU upholds
  • Discount registration fee for IAU Conferences and the biennial Global Meeting of Associations (GMA)
  • Invitation to speak at IAU Conferences
  • Right to vote and stand for election as President and as an Administrative Board Member at the Quadrennial General Conferences
  • Use of IAU logo to indicate affiliation to the Association
  • Receive invitations to take part in targeted activities, workshops, seminars and expert meetings
  • Opportunity to participate in IAU Working Groups on priority themes
  • IAU Consultation for expert advice in its areas of work
  • Advanced access to the World Higher Education Database (WHED) Portal and 50 % discount on the International Handbook of Universities (IHU)
  • Subscription to IAU quarterly research journal Higher Education Policy (HEP)
  • Subscription to IAU Horizons, a thematic tri-annual magazine debating important higher education issues
  • Subscription to the monthly E-bulletin, a source of links to higher education policies, opportunities and news worldwide
  • Subscription to Highlights from the Press, a monthly selection of articles on higher education in the international press
  • Advanced access to the International Bibliographic Database on Higher Education (HEDBIB)
  • Inclusion of publications in HEDBIB
  • Dissemination of organizational news on the IAU website in “News from Members’”
  • Discount price for the IAU Global Survey on Internationalization of Higher Education report
  • Discount rate for recruiting via Global Academy Jobs.

Please note that while Organizational Members can share information about IAU and their activities with their institutional Members, the organization cannot extent the benefits to their Members.

Annual Membership Fees

Fees for Organizations are based on a combination of the Gross National Product (GNP) of the country where the Organization's headquarters are situated and student enrollment of its largest institutional member (list of countries per category). The financial year at IAU runs from 1 October to 30 September.

Largest Member counts: Low Income Countries Middle Income Countries High Income Countries
Less than 1,000 Students 750 € (Euro) 1,050 € (Euro) 1,075 € (Euro)
Between 1,000-5,000 students 1,050 € (Euro) 1,350 € (Euro) 1,450 € (Euro)
Between 5,000-10,000 students 1,450 € (Euro) 1,950 € (Euro) 2,050 € (Euro)
More than 10,000 students 1,900 € (Euro) 2,500 € (Euro) 2,600 € (Euro)

Application review process

The applications are reviewed at least once a month. If retained for Membership, the head of the organization will receive an acceptance letter from the IAU Secretary-General explaining the formalities to complete to finalize Membership:

  • Pay membership fees (statement included with letter).
  • Sign the letter of commitment on official letterhead and return to IAU

For more information about Membership please contact Trine Jensen: t.jensen(at)iau-aiu.net or +33 1 45 68 48 00.

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Affiliates

IAU Affiliates

In order to include a wider range of actors in the area of higher education in the life and work of IAU, the Association offers Affiliate status to groups that are not eligible for full Institutional or Organizational Membership.

Application form

To apply to become an IAU Affiliate, please send the completed Affiliate Application Form to Trine Jensen: t.jensen(at)iau-aiu.net. Please consult the admission criteria below and be aware that incomplete application form will delay the review process.

Affiliate Application Form

Admission criteria

The IAU Affiliate status is open to all non-governmental organizations and networks, national or international in nature, whose primary mandate is directly related to the mission and work of the IAU but which are not eligible to join the Association as a full Member. Applications eligible for Institutional or Organizational Membership cannot be considered for Affiliate Status.

Benefits

IAU Affiliates are granted the following benefits:

  • Be associated to the principles and values IAU upholds
  • Invitations to participate in activities, workshops, seminars and expert meetings
  • Opportunity to participate in IAU Working Groups on priority themes
  • IAU Consultation for expert advice in its areas of work
  • Advanced access to the World Higher Education Database (WHED) Portal and 50 % discount on the International Handbook of Universities (IHU)
  • Subscription to IAU Horizons, a thematic tri-annual magazine debating important higher education issues
  • Subscription to the monthly E-bulletin, a source of links to higher education policies, opportunities and news worldwide
  • Subscription to Highlights from the Press, a monthly selection of articles on higher education in the international press
  • Advanced access to the International Bibliographic Database on Higher Education (HEDBIB)
  • Inclusion of publications in HEDBIB
  • Disseminating organizational news on the IAU website in “News from Members’”
  • Discount price for the IAU Global Survey on Internationalization of Higher Education report

Annual Membership Fees

600 Euro per year. The financial year runs from 1 October to 30 September.

Application review process

The applications are reviewed at least once a month. If retained, the applying body will receive an acceptance letter from the IAU Secretary-General. It officially becomes IAU affiliate once the annual affiliate fees are settled.

For more information about Affiliate status please contact Trine Jensen: t.jensen(at)iau-aiu.net or +33 1 45 68 48 00.

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Associates

Associates

IAU welcomes individuals who are dedicated to higher education and the mission of IAU as Associates.

Application form:

Applications to become an IAU Associate should be sent on the Associate Application Form along with a CV to Trine Jensen: t.jensen(at)iau-aiu.net. Please consult the admission criteria below and be aware that an incomplete application form will delay the review process.

Associate Application Form

Admission criteria

Only individuals whose present (or past) career has been devoted to higher education; who have contributed directly to the work of IAU and who work to advance research on higher education, public policy in the field of higher education and related areas will be considered. IAU Associates are individuals who:

  • Occupy (or have occupied) leadership positions in institutions of higher education;
  • Are Researchers and Scholars;
  • Are Experts in higher education working in specialized agencies;
  • Are Experts involved in NGOs linked to higher education.

IAU Associate status is not open to individuals who are currently serving heads or senior administrators of higher education institutions or universities and thus eligible for full membership in the Association, or to individuals representing private companies offering consultancy services to HEIs, or to those working in government.

Benefits

IAU Associates are granted the following benefits:

  • Recognition for actively supporting the principles and values IAU upholds
  • Opportunity to participate in IAU Working Groups on priority themes
  • Subscription to IAU Horizons, a thematic tri-annual (or trimestral?) magazine debating important higher education issues
  • Subscription to the monthly E-bulletin, a source of links to higher education policies, opportunities and news worldwide
  • Subscription to Highlights from the Press, a monthly selection of articles on higher education in the international press
  • Discount price for the IAU Global Survey on Internationalization of Higher Education report

Annual Associate Fees

100 Euro per year. The financial year runs from 1 October to 30 September.

Application review process

The applications are reviewed at least once a month. If retained, the applicant will receive an acceptance letter from the IAU Secretary-General. Once the applicant has settled the fee, (s)he is granted the status IAU Associate.

For more information about Associate status please contact Trine Jensen: t.jensen(at)iau-aiu.net or +33 1 45 68 48 00

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