In terms of organisational structure, the structure can be categorised into 3 levels.
1. AUN Board of Trustees (AUN-BOT) serves as policy-making body comprised of:
2. At the implementing level, AUN Member Universities participate and implement the programmes and activities under AUN.Currently, AUN membership has extended to 30 Member Universities as follows:
Brunei DarussalamUniversiti Brunei Darussalam (UBD)
CambodiaRoyal University of Phnom Penh (RUPP)
IndonesiaUniversitas Gadjah Mada (UGM)
Lao PDRNational University of Laos (NUOL)
MyanmarUniversity of Yangon (UY)
The PhilippinesDe La Salle University (DLSU)
SingaporeNational University of Singapore (NUS)
ThailandBurapha University (BUU)
Viet NamVietnam National University, Hanoi (VNU-HN)
3. The AUN Secretariat
The AUN Secretariat serves as a coordinating and monitoring body. Its main functions cover planning, organising, coordinating, monitoring and evaluating AUN programmes and activities. The AUN Secretariat’s tasks also include developing ideas, innovations and proposal for cooperation under AUN as well as to develop plans and mechanisms for sourcing and generating funds for self-reliant and self-sustaining operation of AUN. The AUN Secretariat is based at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand, and works closely with the ASEAN Secretariat in coordinating and implementing regional cooperation activities on higher education.