F I R S T A N N O U N C E M E N T: Fifteenth General Conference of the Association of African Universities
Date: July 5 – 8, 2021
The Association of African Universities (AAU) presents its warm compliments to you and we are pleased to announce that we will hold our 15th General Conference from 5 – 8 July 2021. The General Conference, an assembly of representatives of all member institutions with key higher education stakeholders including policy makers, academics, researchers, donor representatives and others in attendance, meets once every four years for the purpose of:
In addition to Keynote Presentations on the theme of the Conference (The Future of African Higher Education), there will be papers and presentations dealing with the following six (6) sub-themes:
Fees and Registration
Conference fees (in US Dollars) for the provision of Certificate of Participation, access to the link to daily meetings, conference presentations and other useful information are as follows:
All registered participants will be provided with the link to daily meetings, conference presentations and have access to other useful information.
The deadline for registration and payment of conference fees is 15th June 2021. Participants should note that no refunds would be made for cancellations after payment of registration fee. In lieu of cancellation, a registered person may send a representative. The link to the online Registration Form will be provided soon
We look forward to e-meeting you.
About the Association of African Universities
The AAU is an international non-profit higher education organization dedicated to enhancing the quality and relevance of higher education in Africa, and currently has a membership of about 400 Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) from 46 African countries. One of Africa’s oldest higher education organizations, the AAU was established on 12th November 1967 with the cardinal functions of coordinating and networking HEIs at the continental level, and provide leadership in developing and promoting a common vision for African higher education.