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AEARU (Association of East Asian Research Universities)

The Association of East Asian Research Universities (AEARU) is a regional organization founded in 1996, with the goals of forming a forum for the presidents of leading research-orientated universities in East Asia and of carrying out mutual exchanges between the major universities in the region. Expectations are that this regional union, on the basis of common academic and cultural backgrounds among the member universities, will contribute not only to the development of higher education and research but also to the opening up of a new era leading to cultural, economic and social progress in the East Asian region.

Member Universities and Institutions (18) 
 • Fudan University
 • Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
 • Kyoto University
 • Nanjing University
 • National Taiwan University
 • Osaka University
 • Peking University
 • Pohang University of Science and Technology
 • Seoul National University
 • The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
 • The University of Tokyo
 • Tohoku University
 • Tokyo Institute of Technology
 • Tsinghua University (Beijing)
 • Tsinghua University(Taiwan)
 • University of Science and Technology of China
 • University of Tsukuba
 • Yonsei University
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