1.  Euroasian Universities Association






The Euroasian Universities Association (EUA) was established as the Universities Association of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) at the Constituent Congress in 1989, on the initiative of Lomonosov Moscow State University, supported by the twenty largest universities of the USSR. In 1992 the Association was reorganized into the EUA.
Today the EUA is the reputable international organization of universities which includes the national universities of the whole Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), leading regional universities and higher educational institutions of the Eurasian region.
Currently the EUA unites 139 universities of Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Moldova, Russia, Tadzhikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Ukraine.


 2.      European University Association





The European University Association (EUA) represents more than 800 universities and national rectors’ conferences in 48 European countries. EUA plays a crucial role in the Bologna Process and in influencing EU policies on higher education, research and innovation. Through continuous interaction with a range of other European and international organizations, EUA ensures that the independent voice of European universities is heard.


3.      United Nations Academic Impact 


The United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI) is an initiative that aligns institutions of higher education with the United Nations in supporting and contributing to the realization of United Nations goals and mandates, including the promotion and protection of human rights, access to education, sustainability and conflict resolution. Since 2010, UNAI has created a vibrant and diverse network of students, academics, scientists, researchers, think tanks, institutions of higher education, continuing education and educational associations.  There are over 1300 member institutions in more than 130 countries that reach millions of people in the education and research sectors around the world. Since its inception some thirty international networks of universities and other institutes of higher education and research have endorsed UNAI and encouraged their members to join, representing a global diversity of regions and a thematic wealth of disciplines. https://academicimpact.un.org/ 

4.      Commission on Science and Technology for Sustainable Development in the South (COMSATS) 



The Commission on Science and Technology for Sustainable Development in the South (COMSATS) is an inter-governmental organization, with its Secretariat based in Islamabad, Pakistan. On invitation from the Prime Minister of Pakistan, representatives from several developing countries met on 4th and 5th October 1994 in Islamabad and agreed to establish the Commission as a high-level forum, represented by Heads of State/Government, aiming at sustainable socio-economic uplift of the developing countries through appropriate applications of science and technology. COMSATS, currently, has a membership of 24 countries, spread across three continents, i.e. Asia, Africa and Latin America. A group of 20 science and technology organizations in different developing countries are also affiliated with COMSATS as its Network of Centers of Excellence. The President of Ghana, H.E. John Dramani Mahama, is the current Chairperson of COMSATS.



5. The Silk-road Universities Network 


The SUN organization was founded with the intention, as stated in its Articles of Association, of “restoring ‘Silkroad,’. The Silk Road Spirit—a symbol of the bridge between East and West by banding together universities located on the land and sea routes of the Silk Road and contributing to world peace and the creative development of civilization by training future leaders devoted to the spirit.”



6.  University Social Responsibility Network


Universities are increasingly regarded as playing a broader role than fulfilling the responsibility of educating youth and developing knowledge. The rapidly changing environment that universities operate in requires institutions to engage more in contributing to the betterment of society through the integration of social responsibility into institutional management, teaching, research, services and public activities. University Social Responsibility (USR) extends the traditional mission of universities in an endeavor to develop solutions for economic, social, and environmental problems in society. 



7.      Magna Charta Universitatum


The Observatory is a signatories’ association, independent from political organisations or interest groups.

The signatory universities – through their rectors, presidents and vice-chancellors, who act on behalf of their institutions – are connected to the organization by their commitment, present and future, to comply with the principles of the Magna Charta Universitatum. The Observatory undertakes its work to ensure the integrity of intellectual and scientific work in Institutions and society, thus reinforcing trust in relationship between universities and their communities, be they local, regional, national or global.



8.      The International Association of universities


The international Association of universities (IAU) is a world Association founded in 1950 with the support of UNESCO. The Association includes universities and organizations from more than 120 countries. The Association also cooperates with other international, regional and national structures, which are also involved in the field of education.


9.  University Alliance of the Silk Road 


The University Alliance of the Silk Road is an academic arm to the People's Republic of China's One Belt, One Road foreign policy initiative.  The UASR is a non-profit university alliance based at Xi'an Jiaotong University, a C9 League university in western China. The mission of the UASR is to build educational collaboration and promote economic growth in countries along the Silk Road Economic Belt



 10. Turksoy


The purpose of the TURKSOY organization is to strengthen the friendship between the Turkic peoples, spread the common Turkic culture and preserve it for future generations. Later in TURKSOY included as observers the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, the regions of the Russian Federation – the Republic of Tatarstan, Bashkortostan, Altai, Sakha(Yakutia), Tuva, Khakassia, and Gagauzia as part of Moldova. TURKSOY sees its task in promoting spiritual rapprochement and strengthening the fraternal unity of the Turkic peoples, the representation of Turkic culture in the world and the translation of its traditions to future generations. 




11.      IREG Observatory 


IREG Observatory on Academic Ranking and Excellence (in short: IREG Observatory) is an international institutional non-profit association of ranking organizations, universities and other bodies interested in university rankings and academic excellence. Its purpose is strengthening of public awareness and understanding of range of issues related to university rankings and academic excellence. The experience acquired by a group of rankers and ranking analysts, who met first in 2002, led to creation of an International Ranking Expert Group (IREG). In 2009 this informal group was transformed into IREG Observatory as a non-profit organization. It is registered in Brussels, Belgium, and its Secretariat is located in Warsaw, Poland.



12.  The University of the Shanghai cooperation


The University of the Shanghai cooperation organization functions as a network of existing universities in the SCO member States, as well as observer countries (Mongolia, India, Iran, Pakistan). Training of highly qualified personnel within the framework of the SCO University is carried out in priority areas of cultural, scientific,educational and economic cooperation of the member States of the Organization (energy, ecology, engineering, metallurgy, materials science, construction, transport, fuel and energy, history, linguistics, IT-technologies)


13.  Consortium of the Network University of the Commonwealth of independent States (CIS)


In 2008, in order to further develop the humanitarian cooperation of the CIS member States, the Russian University of friendship of peoples with the support of the Interstate Fund for humanitarian cooperation of the CIS member States (initiated the project "Creation of the CIS Network University (2008 – 2011)". The main goal of the Consortium is to establish the CIS as a system of inter-University cooperation aimed at achieving the following goals:

- creation of a single (common) educational space of universities of the Commonwealth of Independent States through the implementation of joint educational programs, the organization of "included education", new forms of inter-University cooperation;

- creation of mechanisms for the development of academic mobility of students and teachers within the framework of the Commonwealth of Independent States;

- promotion of intercultural dialogue among students, preservation, development and mutual enrichment of culture, languages, historical and national traditions of the peoples of the Commonwealth of Independent States.

14.  Eurasia-Pacific Uninet


Eurasia-Pacific Uninet is a network, which establishes contacts and scientific partnerships between Austrian universities, universities of applied sciences, as well as other research institutions and member institutions in East Asia, Central Asia, South Asia and the Pacific region.

Eurasia-Pacific Uninet offers scholarships, organizes projects between its member institutions and summer schools for anyone interested in China, holds regular plenary meetings and promotes scientific exchange through the establishment of joint research centers and schools.



15.  MDP Global Classroom


Global Classroom: Foundations of Sustainable Development Practice is a web-based course that fosters cross-disciplinary collaboration and allows students and teachers from around the world to participate in collective assignments and learning experiences. Global Classroom was initiated at the Earth Institute, Columbia University, in 2008 by the members of the MacArthur Foundation-supported International Commission on Education for Sustainable Development Practice, even before its Final Report was written. The Commission brought together 20 leading experts from around the world to consider new types of interdisciplinary educational programs to address the practical challenges of sustainable development. The first Global Classroom addressed a broad range of core issues, including health, economics, policy, agriculture, ethics, and education.


16.  World University Consortium


The World University Consortium was established in 2013 by the World Academy in association with eminent international institutions. The mission of the Consortium is to evolve and promote development of accessible, affordable, quality higher education worldwide based on a human-centered approach that shifts the emphasis from specialized expertise to contextualized knowledge within a trans-disciplinary conceptual framework reflecting the complexity and integration of the real world.


17. Indo US Collaboration for Engineering Education IUCEE


Indo Universal Collaboration for Engineering Education (IUCEE) was conceptualized by over 150 leaders of engineering education and businesses from US and India in 2007. The name was modified in 2016 from Indo US Collaboration for Engineering Education to reflect the more global nature of the collaborations. IUCEE is one of the founder members of IFEES (International Federation for Engineering Education Societies), which was the primary facilitator for the growth and development of IUCEE. The vision of IUCEE is to improve the quality and global relevance of engineering education and research in India with related benefits to engineering educators around the world. The major focus is on faculty development, student development, curriculum development, as well as improved teaching technologies & engineering education research


18. Clinton Global Initiative University Network


The CGI University Network is a growing consortium of colleges and universities that support, mentor, and provide seed funding to leading student innovators and entrepreneurs on their respective campuses. To join the CGI University Network, a university must provide a minimum of $10,000 in funding to CGI U student commitment-makers from its campus. Students and university representatives come together at the CGI U Annual Meeting to hear from experts in various fields, brainstorm ideas, share best practices, and form effective partnerships. Students then return to their campuses and communities to turn their ideas into action, with the support of seed funding and mentorship from their universities. Members of the University Network have access to high-quality featuring opportunities, including publicity in CGI U materials and the possibility of coverage from a wide variety of media outlets. 



19.      European Society for engineering education.


SEFI is a non-profit international organisation considered as the largest network of engineering education players in Europe active since 1973.  Read about SEFI in your native language.

SEFI’s members are institutions of higher engineering education, rectors, deans, professors, students, but also companies and other international associations and societies involved in the field. The mission of SEFI isto contribute to the development and the improvement of engineering education in Europe, to emphasise the need for and to strengthen the image of both engineering education and engineering education professionals in society.



20.  The International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience


More than 80 countries involved, exchanging over 4000 traineeships each year

The International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience, Association sans but lucratif (non-profit association), commonly known as IAESTE A.s.b.l. is an association of national committees representing academic, industrial and student interests.

We serve 4000 students, 3000 employers and 1000 academic institutions through career-focused professional internships abroad, social and intercultural reception programmes, international networking and other career and employer branding activities in more than 80 countries worldwide.


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