European Association of International Education EAIE

The EAIE is a non-profit organisation whose main aim is the stimulation and facilitation of the internationalisation of higher education in Europe and around the world, and to meet the professional needs of individuals active in international education … (Who we are /about 1/2).

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Addresses: EAIE, Herengracht 487, 1017 BT Amsterdam, /PO Box 11189, 1001 GD Amsterdam, The Netherlands;

Who we are /about: … The EAIE is a member-led organisation made up of individual members. It has a committed membership of more than 1800 international education professionals – from rectors to professors to international exchange coordinators. The EAIE is dedicated to serving and representing this membership. 


  • The EAIE has a permanent Office in Amsterdam, headed by an Executive Director, and is governed by an elected Presidency. Governance of the Association is truly international, with the Presidency and Board drawn from a wide variety of countries.

What the EAIE offers:

  • The EAIE strives to link international education professionals together in order to help create a global environment where there is mobility and education for all. In order to facilitate this, the EAIE works to aid in the professional development of internationalisers and to ensure that important information is not only disseminated, but that there is an increased awareness about critical issues so that they can be debated in order to come to mutual understandings.
  • Professional development is tackled by offering various training courses, seminars, professional development modules and Executive Forums. throughout the year, disseminating important issues via publications, providing an important forum with the EAIE-L and MyEAIE services on-line, and most importantly by creating an atmosphere for learning, debate, and networking at the Annual EAIE Conference. The EAIE, with its Professional Sections and Special Interest Groups, ensures that adequate attention is paid to the more specific topics that concern EAIE members as well as the general topics challenging the international higher education arena.

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