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United Nations Academic Impact
The United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI) is a global initiative that aligns institutions of higher education with the United Nations in furthering the realization of the purposes and mandate of the Organization through activities and research in a shared culture of intellectual social responsibility.
ACE is the major coordinating body for colleges and universities in the USA.  It represents more than 1,600 college and university presidents and the executives at related associations, and is the only major higher education association to represent all types of U.S. accredited, degree-granting institutions. Its strength lies in its loyal and diverse base of member institutions. It convenes representatives from all sectors to collectively tackle the toughest higher education challenges, with a focus on improving access and preparing every student to succeed.
ASCA is a nonprofit, membership association founded in 1912 to advance the quality of architectural education. In addition to having over 250 architectural schools representing over 5,000 architecture faculty as members, it has also  has over 500 supporting members composed of architecture firms, product associations and individuals add to the breadth of interest and support of ACSA goals.

ACSA provides a forum for ideas on the leading edge of architectural thought. It maintains a variety of activities that influence, communicate, and record important issues. Such endeavors include scholarly meetings, workshops, publications, awards and competition programs, support for architectural research, policy development, and liaison with allied organizations.
AACU.jpgAC&U is the leading national association concerned with the quality, vitality, and public standing of undergraduate liberal education. Its members are committed to extending the advantages of a liberal education to all students, regardless of academic specialization or intended career. Founded in 1915, AAC&U now comprises 1,200 member institutions—including accredited public and private colleges and universities of every type and size.
iie.pngAn independent nonprofit founded in 1919, IIE is among the world's largest and most experienced international education and training organizations. We are committed to delivering program excellence to a diverse range of participants, sponsors, and donors.
Global_Liberal_Arts_Alliance.pngThe Global Liberal Arts Alliance is a multilateral partnership of equals that seeks to serve as a beacon for educational leaders, faculty members and administrators.  Its purpose is to exchange knowledge, expertise and experience among institutions committed to education in the tradition of the liberal arts and sciences.
Maan.jpgWorking in collaboration with the global Talloires Network, the Ma'an Arab University Alliance for Civic Engagement aims to bring together Arab universities with the collective goal of encouraging and enhancing civic engagement implementation in higher education.
Women’s Education Worldwide
wew.jpgWomen’s Education Worldwide® (WEW) is a new organization bringing together the presidents and chief academic officers of women’s colleges and universities from around the world and other leaders in women’s education. The mission of WEW is to share best practices, to collect and disseminate data about women’s colleges, to foster exchange among our institutions, and to advocate for women’s education worldwide.
IAUP.jpgThe International Association of University Presidents (IAUP) is an association of university chief executives from higher education institutions around the world. Membership is limited to those individuals who serve as presidents, rectors or vice-chancellors at regionally accredited colleges or universities. IAUP is a NGO (Non Governmental Organization) holding the highest (ECOSOC) consultation rights at the United Nations and formal consultation rights with UNESCO. The primary purpose is to strengthen the international mission and quality of education of these institutions in an increasingly interdependent world, and to promote global awareness and competence as well as peace and international understanding through education. It is a unique worldwide platform that facilitates the exchange of professional experience through conferences, seminars, publications, and commissions. 
American-Association-of-Teachers-of-Arabic.jpgAmerican Association of Teachers of Arabic (AATA) aims to facilitate communication and cooperation between teachers of Arabic and to promote study, criticism, research and instruction in the field of Arabic language pedagogy, Arabic linguistics and Arabic literature.
International Association of Universities.jpgIAU, founded in 1950, is the UNESCO-based worldwide association of higher education institutions. It brings together institutions and organisations from some 120 countries for reflection and action on common concerns and collaborates with various international, regional and national bodies active in higher education. IAU aims at giving expression to the obligation of universities and other higher education institutions as social institutions to promote, through teaching, research and services, the principles of freedom and justice, of human dignity and solidarity, and contributes, through international cooperation, to the development of material and moral assistance for the strengthening of higher education generally.
NAFSA.jpgWith nearly 10,000 members, NAFSA is the world's largest nonprofit professional association dedicated to international education. NAFSA and its members believe that international education and exchange—connecting students, scholars, educators, and citizens across borders—is fundamental to:
  • establishing mutual understanding among nations,
  • preparing the next generation with vital cross-cultural and global skills, and
  • creating the conditions for a more peaceful world. 
EAIE.jpgThe European Association for International Education (EAIE) the acknowledged European leadership center for expertise, networking and resources in the internationalization of higher education. It is a non-profit, member-led organization serving individual actively involved in the internationalization of their institutions through a combination of training, conferences and knowledge acquisition and sharing. It equips members with best practices and workable solutions to internationalization challenges and provides a platform for strategic exchange.
CIQG.pngThe Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) is an advocate and institutional voice for promoting academic quality through accreditation. The CHEA International Quality Group (CIQG) is a rewarding and important forum for colleges, universities, accrediting and quality assurance organizations and others worldwide to address issues and challenges focused on quality and quality assurance in an international setting. It assists institutions and organizations in further enhancing capacity for academic quality, advances understanding of international quality assurance, and provides research and policy direction. It brings together people, ideas and resources from around the world to tackle issues ranging from defining quality and addressing rankings to combating degree mills and accreditation mills.
The National College Testing Association (NCTA) is a non-profit organization of testing professionals working in post-secondary institutions, in companies with test-related products and services, and in other professional testing venues. NCTA was organized in 2000 through the merging of several regional associations.
NCTA is dedicated to the promotion of professionalism and quality in the administration of testing services and programs, including issues relating to test administration, test accessibility, test development, test scoring, and assessment. NCTA currently has more than 2,000 members, representing over 650 post-secondary institutions and more than 50 corporations and certification agencies in the United States and Canada. The organization maintains a comprehensive set of standards for testing centers administering paper and pencil and computer-based examinations, as well as a compilation of useful operational guidelines.
Communication and professional development are promoted through an active mailing list, the NCTA e-Journal, and projects advancing the mission of the organization. NCTA hosts an annual conference which draws more than a third of the membership and provides opportunities for professional networking, valuable information on technical and operational developments related to testing, and chances to interface with representatives from all of the major testing companies.
ETS.pngETS is a team of education experts, researchers and assessment developers who believe that, through learning, people can improve their situations in life and make incredible contributions to the world
ETS works with education institutions, businesses and governments to conduct research and develop assessment programs that provide meaningful information they can count on to evaluate people and programs. ETS develops, administers and scores more than 50 million tests annually in more than 180 countries at more than 9,000 locations worldwide. ETS designs their assessments with industry-leading insight, rigorous research and an uncompromising commitment to quality so that they can help education and workplace communities make informed decisions.
ETS assessments, research and customized products and services are designed to improve teaching and learning, expand opportunities for learners and communities, inform education and policy, and advance the field of educational measurement.
SAT-Subject-Tests-And-College-Board.pngThe College Board is a mission-driven not-for-profit organization that connects students to college success and opportunity.
Founded in 1900, the College Board was created to expand access to higher education. Today, the membership association is made up of over 6,000 of the world’s leading educational institutions and is dedicated to promoting excellence and equity in education.
Each year, the College Board helps more than seven million students prepare for a successful transition to college through programs and services in college readiness and college success — including the SAT and the Advanced Placement Program. The organization also serves the education community through research and advocacy on behalf of students, educators and schools.
National_Center_for_Assessment_in_Higher_Education.pngAt NCA we are committed to sparing no effort in providing fair tests by which individuals can recognize their abilities and skills, ascertain what career or goals are best for them and which institutions they can make use of in maximizing their effectiveness.
Qiyas Tests (school calendar measurement of the secondary and tertiary school students abilities tests) are a group test data for college admissions in Saudi universities that Saudi students take in high school in order to attend college while some tests they take after graduation from the university. It is one of the National Center for measurement and evaluation tests, multiple tests including aptitude test students in math and Arabic language and test grades measures the students in science subjects for boys and acceptance testing measures the female students in science subjects and there a test of skills in English, a local test of English approximation of the TOEFL test the Arabic language, which local test of Arabic language to non-native speakers of these tests some mandatory and some choose which for admission to universities and colleges and all University stipulates specific degree of any test measurement.