EAIR, The European Higher Education Society
Founded as a European branch of the US-based Association for International Research (AIR), currently G-XN5198 - Association for Institutional Research (AIR). Became an independent organization at EAIR 11th Forum, Sep 1989, Trier (Germany FR). Current constitution adopted 2003.
Support research and development in higher education research, policy and practice, to the general benefit of higher education. Referring to institutional, national and international contexts, as appropriate: encourage research in higher education; promote development of institutional management, planning and policy implementation; disseminate information that supports policy-making, policy implementation and good practice in higher education; support membership by providing opportunities for networking and profesional development in the field of education.
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