Eurasian Association of Universities was created at the constituent congress in 1989 as the Association of Universities of the USSR on the initiative of M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, supported by the twenty largest universities of the Soviet Union. In 1992, the Association was transformed into the Eurasian Association of Universities. (EAU CHARTER).
Today Eurasian Association of Universities (EUA) is the authoritative and influential international organization of universities. It includes all the national universities of the CIS countries, the leading regional universities and universities of Eurasian countries.
Currently, the Eurasian Association unites 128 universities of Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.
The highest governing body of the Eurasian Association is the Congress of Association. In total 12 congresses of the Association was held: They were held in Moscow, Kiev, Baku, Ashgabat, Kazan, Minsk and Astana.
Associations of Asian universities: The idea of establishing the Association of Asian universities arose and was discussed at the International Student Asian forum "Altai - Asia 2012". At the same time a memorandum was signed on the need to unite in the framework of the Association for the realization of integration goal, mutual cooperation and academic exchange. During the year, the universities carried out a large amount of work: they coordinated basic provisions of the Charter on the establishment of the Association, committed access to the public and state authorities.
IREG is an international non-profit association founded in Brussels in 2009, in accordance with Belgian law, on the initiative of the International Ranking Expert Group (IREG) The observatory is designed to establish partnerships with theorists and practitioners in the field of academic ranking.
Unai, initiated in 2010 by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, is aimed at enhancing cooperation with higher education institutions in support of United Nations goals. Participation in the initiative gives the university the benefits of membership in the growing network of students and scientists engaged in active work on the organization of activities and research in order to create a single global intellectual culture of responsibility towards society.
Union of Turkic-speaking universities formed with the participation of the Eurasian National University in 2014, working in the framework of the Cooperation Council of Turkic Speaking States unites 14 universities of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Turkey and Turkmenistan. The goal is to strengthen ties between students and teachers of the Board Members and the improvement of education quality assurance, academic mobility, as well as joint projects and research.
Regional network "Education and training in the field of nuclear technology (STAR-NET)” was established in September 2015 as an association in accordance with the Austrian Law on associations with international participation.
Regional network of STAR-NET established to develop, manage and preserve nuclear knowledge and to provide qualified human resources in the nuclear field in the countries participants, whose educational organizations involved in this network, as well as improving the quality of human resources for the safe and sustainable use of nuclear technology.
Network University of the Commonwealth of Independent States (NU CIS) is an educational platform, operating under a single (general) educational space of the CIS member states to improve the quality and attractiveness of higher education, strengthening cooperation and inter-institutional relationships in higher education in the territory of the CIS member states.
The project aims at organizing and implementing high-quality joint master's degree programs, the strengthening of international cooperation in the field of training highly qualified specialists and to promote the exchange of graduate students, joint research in order to prepare the master's thesis.
University of Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) is a network university, within the framework that implements the following tasks: expansion of student, graduate students, doctoral students and scientific and pedagogical workers exchange, increase of scientific and academic cooperation; introduction of modern educational methods and technologies; the creation of mechanisms of recognition and equivalence of documents on education of SCO University by SCO member states and the international education community.
The purpose of the Consortium is the establishment and coordination of inter-institutional cooperation in the areas of academic mobility, research, technological development and innovation, increase competitiveness in the national and international scale.
Main areas of cooperation between the partner-parties are:
1. Organization of joint conferences, symposia, seminars and other scientific meetings;
2. Preparation and publication of joint educational and scientific publications;
3. Academic mobility of students, doctoral students, teachers;
4. Development of joint educational and research programs, establishment of a joint management PhD;
5. Establishment of mutually beneficial cooperation with the authorities, business and other interested parties;
6. Development, promotion and implementation of joint projects with national and international donors.
Composition of the International Consortium of universities:
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A non-profit organization founded in 1988 under the University of Bologna in collaboration with the European Association of Universities.
To date, it includes more than 800 universities from 85 countries.
It is the guardian of higher education values, and acts in the interests of students, teachers, employees of higher educational institutions.
As the priorities of higher education development the Observatory highlights such fundamental principles as academic freedom, the autonomy of universities and non-interference of the state in the research activities of universities.