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CALOHEA Project reports its progress at the 4th General Meeting

CALOHEA Project reports its progress at the 4th General Meeting

The Fourth General Meeting (GM4) of the CALOHEA Project was successfully held on 21-22 April 2021 with involvement from the Partner Country Institutions of 8 countries in Southeast Asia (SEA), namely Cambodia, Laos PDR, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam in attendance. 
05 May 2022
AUN-QA Revision Committee engaged in the first  AUN-QA physical meeting held since the pandemic as Institution Assessment is set to return to action

AUN-QA Revision Committee engaged in the first AUN-QA physical meeting held since the pandemic as Institution Assessment is set to return to action

On 25 - 27 April 2022, ASEAN University Network Quality Assurance (AUN-QA) organised the AUN-QA Revision Meeting for the Guide to AUN-QA Assessment at Institutional Level, Version 3.0 at Pathumwan Princess Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand. This was the first onsite event organised by the AUN-QA since the beginning of the pandemic and also the first event in which the thematic network has introduced a new practice of organising a hybrid meeting.
04 May 2022
AUSN student leaders convened to summarise their achievements in AUSN Annual Meeting 2/2021

AUSN student leaders convened to summarise their achievements in AUSN Annual Meeting 2/2021

The ASEAN University Student Network (AUSN) successfully held the AUSN Annual Meeting 2/2021 on 30 April 2022 at 8.00 – 10.00 AM (GMT+7) via Zoom. The annual meeting served as a platform engineered for AUSN student members and non-members to convene and discuss key results and achievements from projects the network organised over the year.
04 May 2022
Introducing the use of Citizen Science to reach the UN SDGs in Southeast Asia at the AUN-EEC Workshop

Introducing the use of Citizen Science to reach the UN SDGs in Southeast Asia at the AUN-EEC Workshop

The ASEAN University Network in Ecological Education and Culture (AUN-EEC) successfully held a Citizen Science Workshop with the title “Citizen Science for Addressing UN SDGs in SEA” on 18 April 2022.
04 May 2022
In the name of Democracy: Southeast Asia's struggle on freedom and ethics

In the name of Democracy: Southeast Asia's struggle on freedom and ethics

The discussion by two Nobel Laureates and Thought Leaders throughout the webinar the 6th ECAAR Dialogues Webinar left many of us ponder more about the ethics of freedom and democracy in Southeast Asia. To contribute to the conversation, Ms. Hannah Louise Dimayuga, AUN Intern, would like to share her thoughts and reflection on the region's struggle to promote ethics and freedom.
27 April 2022
AUN ED presented challenges and opportunities in a state of disruption towards higher education to ASEAN delegates for Y20 Summit 2022

AUN ED presented challenges and opportunities in a state of disruption towards higher education to ASEAN delegates for Y20 Summit 2022

Dr. Choltis Dhirathiti, Executive Director of ASEAN University Network, delivered his remarks to ASEAN delegates for Y20 Summit 2022 at “ASEAN Y20 Focus Group Discussion: Harnessing The Power of Youth Voices” on 16 April 2022, highlighting the current situation faced by higher education institutions and the obstacles and opportunities for young people in assisting the development of higher education.
27 April 2022
AUN-QA Overview: 269th & 271st AUN-QA Programme Assessments

AUN-QA Overview: 269th & 271st AUN-QA Programme Assessments

The April chapter of AUN-QA journey is coming to a close after the AUN thematic network has delivered successful virtual conduct of the 269th & 271st AUN-QA Programme Assessments respectively at Ho Chi Minh City University of Education (HCMUE), Viet Nam, and Centro Escolar University (CEU), the Philippines.
27 April 2022
ASEAN Nobel Laureates and Thought Leaders discuss the promise of freedom and the challenge it faces in an age where information is powered by social media

ASEAN Nobel Laureates and Thought Leaders discuss the promise of freedom and the challenge it faces in an age where information is powered by social media

From forming a shared code of ethics in a diverse ASEAN to the political polarization caused by social media, the 6th ECAAR Dialogues webinar continues the increasingly important discussion on ASEAN ethics.
20 April 2022
AUN-QA Overview: 267th & 268th AUN-QA Programme Assessments

AUN-QA Overview: 267th & 268th AUN-QA Programme Assessments

AUN-QA continued its journey to provide quality assurance services in Viet Nam through successful virtual conduct of the 267th & 268th AUN-QA Programme Assessments respectively at Foreign Trade University (FTU) and Thai Nguyen University (TNU) from 4 – 8 April 2022.
12 April 2022

Documents

  • AUN, EUA, and IAU call for continuation and enhancement of the ASEM Education Process
  • The 5th ASEAN+3 Rectors’ Conference
  • AUN Logo
  • AUN Logo Usage Guidelines
  • On the ASEAN Cyber University
  • ASEAN-China Academic Cooperation and Exchange Programme
  • For Academic Cooperation and Exchange with Kyoto University
  • For Academic Exchange with Burapha University and Hankuk University of Foreign Studies

Reports

  • Nantopia: Breakthrough Towards the City For All
  • Environmental Sustainability As A Culture: Preparing Student Leaders for the Green Era
  • AUN Annual Report 2020-2021

Media

The 8th ASEAN Student Leaders Forum

The 8th ASEAN Student Leaders Forum

The 8th ASEAN Student Leaders Forum
The 2nd Tuning Asia-Southeast Policy Forum and General Meeting

The 2nd Tuning Asia-Southeast Policy Forum and General Meeting

The 2nd Tuning Asia-Southeast Policy Forum and General Meeting
Preview

Practical Ethics in a Diverse ASEAN

New Challenges and Priorities for Action
Preview

Ethical Leadership of ASEAN and in ASEAN

Developing responsible leaders on the world stage

AUN Internship

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ASEAN University Network (AUN) is now starting a virtual internship that will maintain the essence of what it means to work in a regional organization like the AUN.

The workforce of the future will be working in a digital workspace rather than a purely physical one. Whether we like it or not, COVID-19 is accelerating us towards that future. That is why it is more important than ever to develop the skills that are necessary to thrive in the digital work environment.