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We open up international contacts which will benefit students, our tertiary institutions and will assist South Africa to be a competitor and participant in world markets.

ABOUT US

The International Education Association of South Africa (IEASA), a non-profit organisation, was established as a result of the need for universities and universities of technology in South Africa to respond to international educational trends. If South Africa is to remain competitive within the global economic environment it is important that our higher education provides opportunities for students to obtain a global perspective to their studies.

GLOBAL CONFERENCE

The 2016 Global Conference will be held at the Kruger National Park, South Africa, from the 22 – 24 August 2016. A Global Conference in Higher Education Internationalisation The Rationale Participants in the first Global Dialogue on Higher Education Internationalisation (January 2014) indicated a need for a Global Conference on Higher Education Internationalisation to take place every four years. Early Bird Registration: R5 000.00 Closes on 30 June 2016.

WHAT WE DO

Services
  • Develop a coordinated approach among member institutions to disseminating relevant information and providing agreed services to prospective and registered international students and to local students going abroad.
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Networking
  • Develop and maintain a world-wide directory of international educators and their associations.
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Training

Adapt the practices and develop the expertise of those involved in international education to meet Southern African needs in the following areas:

  • Cross-cultural communication
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Ethical Standards
  • Develop a common ethical code of practice.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Find all the answers to your questions right here. If we don’t have the answer you are looking for, please feel free to get in touch with us.

Who can join IEASA?

Any individual/higher education institution/organisation interested in the aims of the IEASA may apply for membership. For further information about IEASA membership and membership fees, please visit: IEASA Membership Information

How can one apply for membership?

Membership forms for individual and institutional/organisational membership are available for download at (membership forms) Fax or email the completed Form/s to IEASA at: Fax: 086 649 1247 or Email: admin@ieasa.studysa.org 

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How much does IEASA membership cost?

Please follow the link to our Membership Page of the website to determine the different categories of membership and the appropriate fee.

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How can I pay my membership fee?

Payment may be made by Internet transfer or by cheque. Payment information is on invoice/s issued.

Can I cancel my IEASA membership?

Your membership may be cancelled, in writing, to admin@ieasa.study.org. Membership fees are annual payment with no refunds.

Does IEASA provide scholarships or funding for students?

IEASA does not award scholarships or other funding. IEASA does, however, when scholarship/funding opportunities are available, make such information available on the website.

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JOIN OUR NETWORK

Individual Membership:

Regular: The Executive Committee may nominate any person who by virtue of his/her vocation, position or interest is committed to the objects of the Association and who has made application fo individual Membership on the prescribed form.

Annual Fee: R365.00

JOIN OUR NETWORK

Individual Membership:

Regular: The Executive Committee may nominate any person who by virtue of his/her vocation, position or interest is committed to the objects of the Association and who has made application fo individual Membership on the prescribed form.

Annual Fee: R365.00

We develop a coordinated approach among member institutions to disseminating relevant information and providing agreed services to prospective and registered international students and to local students going abroad.

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