AUSJAL

Mission and Purpose

We are a network of 30 universities entrusted to the Society of Jesus in Latin America. Our mission is to develop common projects in accordance with our strategic priorities, and in order to seek a greater contribution of higher education institutions to their societies.

We work with the support of 13 Networks and Working Groups: communities of academics, professionals and authorities from member universities, which voluntarily participate in the materialization of common projects aimed at improving student training and growth in the region. The counterparts work in coordination with the Executive Secretariat of the AUSJAL Network and with the institutional support of their respective universities. They are the driving force behind the projects and initiatives carried out by the Association around the continent.

AUSJAL is part of a worldwide network of more than 200 Jesuit universities, with presence in the five continents. The work of the AUSJAL Network looks beyond the university border to seek a greater and better contribution of universities to their societies.

Projects

AUSJAL's Homologue Networks and Working Groups are made up of teams of professionals, teachers and researchers from partner universities, who work in common and complementary work areas, communicate with each other and are based on AUSJAL's common identity and objectives. They work with the support of the Executive Secretariat and the institutional support of their respective universities and have been the driving force behind the projects and plans carried out by AUSJAL around the continent.

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Regional News

Andrés Bello Catholic University with Socially Disadvantaged Communities

05/16/2020 In the midst of the multifactorial and unprecedented crisis that Venezuela is going through, UCAB strengthens bridges to work with socially disadvantaged communities and achieve sustainable development goals. English // Spanish

New Jesuit University Partnership in America AJCU & AUSJAL

05/01/2020 Santa Clara University School of Law, United States, and ITESO, Mexico, announce a new partnership that will result in an exchange program. Learn more

Ignatian Leadership Students Hold Transformational Camp

03/20/2020 A total of 34 students put into practice teamwork, assertive communication and agreement building. Learn more

 

 

 

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