"AIEA is the best professional organization in the field of international higher education."
~ William Lacy, Vice Provost University Outreach and International Programs, University of California, Davis
"I can say unequivocally that AIEA has consistently been the organization I have turned to throughout the years for the best strategic and pragmatic information on internationalization."
~ Christa Olson, Vice Provost International Programs, Drake University
• Membership is based on the calendar year (January to December).
• Current AIEA members may renew online between January and March 31. After March 31, a late fee of $40 will apply. Please note that if current member status has changed, members will need to re-apply.
• Only members joining/renewing by March 31 will receive the subscription to The Journal of Studies in International Education for that year.
• New members must complete the online application form. If you are paying by check, please be sure to press "Submit," then print off the receipt you receive via email and mail it with a check to the address listed on the form. Please allow a minimum of two weeks for the application to be processed.
• Please note that membership dues are not refundable or transferable to another institution/organization. If members change institutions/organizations, they will need to reapply for membership.
SEEKING SOLUTIONS TO COMMON PROBLEMS
"AIEA helps equip SIOs to internationalize their institutions by providing a platform for the sharing of experiences and best practices in higher education across the world."
~ Elizabeth Brewer, Director
International Education, Beloit College
"As higher education races to keep up with the global imperatives,
the sharing of best practices is vital. In this regard, AIEA provides an
invaluable service. Fostering a community of thoughtful and engaged
individuals who think all day about the resources, strategies, and
structures that will serve a rapidly expanding constituency, AIEA serves
as a gravitational center, allowing us to advocate effectively and
implement solutions that are right for our institutions, our students,
and the broader context in which we live and work."
~ Susan Carvalho, Associate Provost for International Programs, University of Kentucky
AIEA gives members opportunities to join forces, exchange ideas, share institutional strategies, and provide an effective voice on matters of public policy. Avenues for addressing common problems and mutual interests include:
- Opportunities for dialogue with colleagues
- A unified voice on specific international legislative issues
- New approaches to international education on campus
- An informed perspective on the development of policy on international education
- Workshops on topics of interest to members
- Professional meetings
- A scholarly journal
- A membership directory
- Consultant referrals
- Other timely publications (print and electronic)