Association of Eastern and Southern African Universities (AESAU)
Association des universités de l'Afrique de l'Est et du Sud
1984-06-06 Harare Zimbabwe
6 Jun 1984, Harare (Zimbabwe), incorporating U-XF0483 - Regional Conference of Eastern African Universities. Together with E-XE2774 - Inter-University Council for East Africa (IUCEA), located at F-XF4208 - East African Development Bank (EADB). Ceased to exist.
Promote cooperation among the universities of Eastern and Southern Africa; provide a forum for discussion on a wide range of academic and other matters relating to higher education; help maintain high and comparable academic standards; strengthen the work of the Association of African Universities, especially on a regional basis.
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Council (meets at least once a year), consisting of the Vice-Chancellors of member universities. Executive Committee of the Council, consisting of 5 Vice-Chancellors including the Chairman. Secretariat in Kampala (Uganda). Sub-Committees.
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