Azerbaijan State Economic University (ASEU) (Azerbaijani: Azərbaycan Dövlət İqtisad Universiteti (ADIU)) is a public university located in Baku, Azerbaijan. ASEU was founded in 1930 and it is one of the biggest educational institutions of the South Caucasus. ASEU has 14 faculties, where 16 thousand students get education, and it offers master programs in 57 specialties, employing more than 1000 teachers, including 62 professors and 344 docents, among whom there are active members of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, New York Academy of Sciences, winners of state awards, honored teachers and scientists. ASEU is a full member of the European University Association, Federation of the Universities of the Islamic World, University Council of Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation and Eurasian Association of Universities. There are 650 undergraduate and postgraduate students from 10 countries of the world getting education at ASEU.
In 2007 a Library and Information Center and a student career center started functioning at ASEU and also a new 7 floor educational building that meets the highest international standards was opened. The same year ASEU received the “European quality” award and the International Socrates award from the European Business Assembly, European Club of Rectors and European University Association.
The strategic direction of ASEU development was to bring the educational process up to the international standards by 2010, finishing the international accreditation process and ensuring full compliance with Bologna Process, as well as more active participation in the international market of educational services.
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