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  • IEASA Conference 2024 - Call for Proposals

    The International Education Association of South Africa (IEASA) will host its 26th Annual Conference in Gauteng from 20 to 23 August 2024.
    The theme of the Conference is: Navigating Internationalisation in Challenging Times.
    IEASA invites contributions from academics and researchers, professionals, practitioners, educators, students, innovators, leaders and organisations working in international higher education.

    Read more about the conference at:

    Parallel and Poster Sessions
    Please submit your proposal online by 14 February 2024 at: .
    Please submit your proposal online by 14 February 2024 at: .

    Contact details:

  • IAU New Members - November 2023

    We are pleased to welcome one new member and a rejoined one.

    Autonomous University of Guadalajara, Mexico
    Autonomous Metropolitan University, Mexico

    IAU thanks them for joining the Association and for their engagement toward the Higher Education Community.
    For more information about becoming an IAU member please refer to the IAU Membership page :

  • Qatar University - IRCC International Research Collaboration Co-fund

    Qatar University (QU) shall work with other regional & international universities and research partners to overcome the issue of reasearch funding through developing joint funding program like the QU-IRCC. The aim is to make it simpler for QU researchers to collaborate with excellent research partners around the world, by supporting enabling activities and reducing barriers.

    Read more about QU IRCC International Research Collaboration Co-fund here

  • Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University - Press Release

    Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University has issued an article titled : "High-Synergy Research: Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University Research Centers Foster Collaborative Advances Together". The article focuses on forging pathways to innovation through Collaborative Research.
    Please find the link for the Press Release here :

  • EURASHE 33rd Annual Conference – Call for Contributions

    The European Association of Institutions in Higher Education (EURASHE) is currently accepting contributions to its 33rd Annual Conference, taking place on 22-23 May 2024 at the St. Polten University of Applied Sciences (Austria) under the theme “Stronger Together: Fostering Transnational Cooperation in Applied Universities”. Contributions are accepted for (1) plenary sessions showcasing alliances for transnational cooperation, as well as (2) breakout sessions on applied research, quality assurance, skills, and regional impact. The deadline for submissions is 22 December 2023.

    Presenting at the EURASHE Annual Conference allows you to reach a broad audience and receive visibility before, during and afterwards. In addition, selected contributors benefit from a reduced fee to attend the Conference. For additional information on the event and the call, please visit the event page :

  • Mingachevir State University - Call for papers International Scientific Conference

    After the success of the first conference in 2021, Mingachevir State University (Azerbaijan), will be hosting the Second International Scientific Conference titled “Sustainable Development Strategy : Global Trends, National Experience and New Goals", on December 8-9, 2023 and launches a call for papers. This conference is co-organised with Ankara Haci Bayram Veli University (Türkiye), Gazi University (Türkiye), Kayseri University (Türkiye), Mykolas Romeris University (Lithuania), Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design (Ukraine), Kyrgyz Economics University (Kyrgyz Republic) and dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the National Leader of the Azerbaijani people Heydar Aliyev.

    Proposals for papers should be sent to the Conference’s official e-mail address ( before December 01, 2023.
    Working languages: Azerbaijani, Turkish, English, Russian.
    Please read the main topic of the conference and more at :

  • University of Ghana - Vice-Chancellor Nana Aba Appiah Amfo elected ARUA Board Vice-Chair

    The University of Ghana’s Vice-Chancellor Prof. Nana Aba Appiah Amfo, has been elected as the Vice-Chair of the African Research Universities Alliance (ARUA) Board. The election took place on Tuesday, November 14, 2023 at an ARUA meeting held at the University of Lagos, Nigeria. Prof. Nana Aba Appiah Amfo is also an IAU deputy board member, IAU wishes her much success in this new role. Read more here

  • IAU New Members - October 2023

    We are pleased to welcome six new members and one rejoined member.

    Assam down town University, India
    Avicenna International Medical University, Kyrgyzstan
    Dublin City University, Ireland
    European Association of Institutions in Higher Education, (EURASHE)
    Federation for European Education, (FEDE)
    Tishk International University, Iraq

    Université Antonine, Lebanon

    IAU thanks them for joining the Association and for their engagement toward the Higher Education Community.
    For more information about becoming an IAU member please refer to the IAU Membership page :

  • University of Manouba - Conference on climate change and water crises

    IAU member and Cluster Lead for SDG 6, University of Manouba launches a call for participations to the conference on climate change and water crises, that they will be organising on Wednesday 1 November, 2023. Our VP/board member Jouhaina Gherib will be opening the event.
    Language French/in person event but possible to join at distance by using the QR code on the flyer with the complete programme attached bellow or via the following link:

  • Mykolas Romeris University on the front line of the EU-funded InBestSoil project

    Prof. Paulo Alexander Da Silva Pereira, Head of the Environmental Management Laboratory at Mykolas Romeris University (MRU), together with a team of researchers, is implementing the Horizon 2020 project "InBestSoil" ("Monetary valuation of soil ecosystem services and development of incentives for investment in soil health: integrating the topic of soil health into business and policy making"), which is aimed at developing a framework for investing in soil health. The project was born out of the need to address the degradation of more than half of Europe’s soils, which costs around €50 billion annually. Involving 19 partners representing universities, farmers, NGOs and enterprises from 10 countries, InBestSoil will provide data, evidence, tools and models to assess how investment in soil health can contribute to long-term resilient and sustainable use of soil.
    Read more here

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