Association internationale d'information scolaire universitaire et professionnelle (AIISUP)
International Association for Educational and Vocational Information
Asociación Internacional de Información Escolar Universitaria y Profesional
1956-10-26 Paris France
26 Oct 1956, Paris (France), to continue the work of H-XH1439 - International University Statistical Bureau, set up in 1937, and attached to H-XH2149 - International Institute of Intellectual Cooperation, established 9 Aug 1925 (both the Bureau and the Institute ceased to function during World War II). Registered in accordance with French law. No recent activity reported since 1985.
Establish permanent cooperation among national organizations concerned with supplying educational and vocational information for the guidance of college and university students; encourage setting up of new organizations of a similar character; compare methods and collect international documentation.
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General Assembly (every 2 years); Executive Committee (annual); Bureau; General Secretariat. Meetings closed.
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