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The Antwerp University Association (in Dutch: Associatie Universiteit & Hogescholen Antwerpen or AUHA) is a Belgian association for higher education, with members located primarily in Antwerp. The leading institute is the University of Antwerp.



The association was founded on September 1, 2003 by 5 founding members. Typical aspects [1] of the Antwerp Association are:


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