About the International Academy of Educational Services (IAES)

Promoting Excellent in Education and Research 

The International Academy of Educational Services (IAES) is a not for profit organisation which was established in the 1950's in America and Europe as an international organisational partnerships and memberships for institutions and individuals for the Humanities, Education, Medicine and Social Sciences.


The IAES has membership officers from over 20 countries worldwide, and works for memberships and partnerships between international organisations, and individuals. Its operations and activities are undertaken in various countries, where committee members and partners are based.


The operations of the activities of the IAES worldwide since 1952 are governed by its By Laws Articles of Operations and IAES Policies. It is established to sponsor research in Education, Social Sciences and Healthcare, with the overall aim of promoting excellence in research, innovations and education worldwide. Since its establishment in the 1950s, the membership of IAES has been growing, and during the IAES Committee meeting in August 1974, it was agreed that IAES’s operations would be expanded into the UK from late 1990s into the 21st Century.


During the meeting of the IAES Committee in 1987 and 1997, it was agreed that IAES would be a company registered by guarantee with charitable intents  in the UK by 2007 in order to provide more support for sponsorships of projects in healthcare and education in the UK. In addition to its well established international partnerships and memberships since 1952 in America and Europe, its registration was also approved by the UK Secretary of state in November 2007, with company registration number in England and Wales as 6427549, under the name of International Academy of Education Services Limited. 


The IAES Committee continues to approve the expansion of IAES activities into developing countries and some parts of Eastern European countries in order to continue the promotion of excellence in research ad education.

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