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Pilot phase 5th IAU Global Survey launched


IAU logo The pilot phase of the 5th IAU Global Survey has been launched. 20 institutions for all world regions have agreed to test the questionnaire before its official launch in early 2018 and provide IAU with their feedback by Saturday 30 September. Based on the feedback from the pilot group IAU will modify the questionnaire, if needed. IAU thanks all volunteer institutions.


IAU 2017 International Conference and GMA: Early-bird registration ends on 15 August!


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Early bird registration ends on 15 August ! Register now for the IAU 2017 International Conference and Global Meeting of Associations (GMA). Please visit the Conference website for detailed programme and registration:

Hosted by the University of Ghana and in partnership with the Association of African Universities (AAU), the theme of this years' events is: Leadership for a changing public-private higher education funding landscape IAU has a very interesting programme linned up with speakers from around the world.

Call for posters: IAU invites IAU Members to share their institutional experiences in relation to the theme by displaying a poster during the IAU 2017 International Conference. Please click here for more detailed information.

Contact: Trine Jensen (


Registration for LGEU-5 is now open!


Registration is now open for the 5th session of Leading Globally Engaged Universities LGEU (18-23 November):

lgeu5 logo Sohar University, in Oman will host the 5th session of the LGEU programme. LGEU provides an international peer-learning space that helps higher education leaders prepare for the multiple responsibilities they take on in a challenging global context, while also recognising local and regional opportunities and constraints. LGEU participants analyse skills needed for leadership in general, and in their individual HEIs while also assessing their personal strengths and approaches. Apply to participate and meet colleagues from different institutions and countries. Join the growing LGEU alumni group!

The programme is limited to 20 persons - don't miss the opportunity!

Discover the brochure here or contact: Juliette Becker


Dr. Hilligje van't Land appointed new Secretary General of the IAU


photo hvl As IAU President, I am pleased to announce that on September 1 2017, Dr. Hilligje van't Land will become the new IAU Secretary General. She will succeed Eva Egron-Polak who has occupied this position since 2002. Congratulations to Hilligje and best wishes to Eva as each embarks on a new phase in her life.

This appointment is made after a rigorous and open selection process undertaken by a Selection Committee which I chaired and which was composed of IAU Board members Prof. Stephen Freedman (USA) and Carmen Lamagna (Bangladesh). Mr. Tim Gore, Chief Executive Officer, University of London Institute in Paris acted as an advisor to the committee.

The decision was unanimous and we are delighted that Hilligje van't Land accepted the position. We have also agreed that Eva Egron-Polak will continue to assist the IAU leadership in several ways during the transition period.

Pam Fredman, IAU President


Happy 50th Anniversary to the Association of African Universities


aaulogo IAU congratulates the Association of African Universities on its 50th Jubilee Anniversary celebrated next week during the 14th AAU General Conference in Accra, Ghana. The Association has been through tremendous change since its creation in 1967. It is now flourishing and offering support to a great variety of institutions throughout the continent. IAU wishes the association a lot of success for the next 50 years. AAU can count IAU for support.


Volume 22, issue 1 of IAU Horizons available online!


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IAU Horizons, Volume 22, issue 1 is out!
Please download it here

It presents IAU projects and initiatives, focuses on the preparations for the IAU 2017 International Conference and the Global Meeting of Association VII; provides a report on the 15th General Conference; details results and opportunities linked to the IAU key thematic priorities of work; presents the new Members and the various projects IAU is involved in.

The In Focus Section offers 12 papers on « CORRUPTION IN HIGHER EDUCATION ».

A bibliography on corruption in higher education has been prepared and is made available on the home page of HEDBIB, please click here.

For comments, suggestions, questions, please contact:


HEP 30/2 - Just released


HEP cover The latest issue of HEP in 2017 presents a number of articles looking at various issues in higher education worldwide. Topics include financeing universities through vouchers in the Republic of Georgia, collaboration between NGOs and national knowledge institutes in Africa, and mental health issues in US higher education.

For more information and/or to view abstracts, please visit the HEP homepage.


IAU Lynx - May 2017


Read the May edition of IAU LYNX & learn more about:

  • IAU International Conference in Ghana

  • IAU next training for university leaders in Oman

  • IAU work on internationalization

  • IAU portal mapping initiatives around the globe in Higher Education & Research for sustainable development

  • IAU Administrative Board meeting

  • Discover also the recent developments in higher Education policy and projects at national and international level



Read previous editions


Issue 1/2017 of the Internationalisation of Higher Education: A Handbook published


Cover Issue 1/2017 of the Internationalisation of Higher Education: A Handbook has been published. IAU Members benefit from a substantial discount when subscribing to the hard copy and/or online version of this handbook. The online version is available on the new website. The discount is made possible because IAU chairs the Editorial Board of the Handbook which offers practical articles of interest to anyone engaged in the internationalization of higher education.


83rd meeting of the IAU Administrative Board in Paris


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The first Administrative Board meeting chaired by the newly elected president, Pam Fredman, took place on 11 - 12 April in Paris. The IAU Executive Committee and Working groups were established to promote and steer the activities of the Association in the respective priorities areas such as internationalization, sustainable development and ICTs. IAU was also pleased to receive David Atchoarena, Director, Division for Policies and Lifelong Learning Systems at UNESCO, for part of the meeting reinforcing the important collaboration among the IAU and UNESCO. The 84th meeting of the Administrative Board will take place prior to the IAU 2017 International Conference in Accra, Ghana.

Consult the list of IAU Administrative Board members here

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