Asia Cooperation Dialogue (ACD) conducts a Senior Officers Meeting on an annual basis for review of all project proposals to the ACD Ministerial Meetings.
The Accreditation Board is responsible for ensuring the quality of programmes offered by AeU, acting as the facilitator for addressing accreditation issues as well as cross border recognition of degrees and qualifications.
The Examination Syndicate is responsible for overseeing the various forms of assessment procedures at AeU, as well as for assisting member institutions in providing expertise and consultancy for assessments and examinations matters.
Collegiate institutions refer to colleges around the world that collaborates with AeU to guide and direct students in joining AeU higher education programmes. This is an ongoing effort by AeU to promote affordable and quality e-learning in Asia.
Branch campuses in other countries are campuses or colleges or universities that are independant of the main AeU Kuala Lumpur City Campus.
There are 7 schools offering a variety of programmes relevant to the contemporary Asian needs:
- School of Management (SOM) offers both undergraduate and graduate programmes in business and management courses focusing on marketing and strategy, management of knowledge and innovation, human resource management, entrepreneurship, e-business, corporate strategy, performance management, and public and voluntary sector management. Particular emphasis will be placed on the unique features of doing business in Asia.
- School of Information and Communication Technology (SICT)
offers undergraduate and graduate programmes designed to prepare learners for positions in the ICT sector and in Multimedia Communications, with programmes emphasising diverse Asian attitudes, cultures, traditions and business needs.
- School of Education and Cognitive Science (SECS) offers undergraduate and graduate programmes for the education profession. The programmes offered will be responsive to teacher development needs in member countries and emphasise specific local requirements. The programmes will be unique in that they will incorporate the cultural, sociological and psychological backgrounds of different Asian communities and relate to local situations and settings
- School for Graduate Studies (SGS) is responsible for coordinating and managing all the Postgraduate programmes of the University. It will also be directly responsible for marketing, quality assurance and examination management. Initial course offering will be in the fields of business, education, management and ICT.
- School of Arts, Humanities And Social Sciences (SAHUSS) is the latest addition at Asia e University. Despite its young age the school offers the broadest scope of studies including arts, humanities, research on aspects of psychology and sociology, communications, linguistics, politics, religion and other social science related studies.
- School of Foundation Studies (SFS) caters for pre-university, undergraduate and graduate students, offering vocational, engineering, technical and general foundation courses. As one of its initial offerings, the School is negotiating with the American College Test/Global Admission Certificate (ACT/GAC) to be the Asia-wide provider of this internationally recognized pre-university programme. The ACT/GAC programme is expected to begin during the 4th quarter of 2008. The School will also offer vocational and technical courses at a certificate and diploma level to meet the needs of technical sub-professionals such as electricians, nurses, paramedics, civil and mechanical workers in developing Asian economies.
- School of Professional and Executive Education (SPEED) offers training courses for executives and professionals for career enhancement, as well as courses for the general public in a variety of fields covering self-improvement and general interest. These certificate and diploma courses will be tailor-made for their respective clientele, and will include the development of professional and generic competencies such as communication skills, computing skills, critical thinking skills, and so on. Each such certification will also be given a credit value wherever possible, allowing the recipients to pursue formal academic qualification should they choose to do so.
- School of Technical Engineering and Reskilling (STEER) is a premier learning center for affordable and quality technical and engineering studies and re-skilling programmes in Asia. STEER provide opportunities for the pursuit of knowledge and expertise for the advancement of engineering, science and technology in the growing Asian economies.
Supporting the schools are various service centres and departments, including:
- Asian Centre for eLearning (ACE) is an Asian hub focused on the promotion of e-learning and exchange of relevant knowledge amongst the Asian community. It aims to lead the development of e-learning initiatives as well as promote elearning in the region. This will be done by developing policies and standards, creating content through strategic links, provide training and consultancy and create a repository of elearning knowledge and technologies.Content Development Unit (CDU)was established in February 2008. Its main responsibility is to develop e-content for the academic programmes and executive courses offered by the various Schools through the ODL approach. CDU is led by a General Manager and empowered by a dedicated team of e-learning experts comprising of Instructional Designers, Graphic Designers, Animators, Multimedia Developers, Audio Specialists and Video Specialists. In line with the vision to be one of the leading e-content developers in Asia, CDU ensures that the e-content produced is of international standard by utilizing appropriate instructional strategies and current multimedia technology.
- AeU Knowledge Centre (Library) The AeU Library offers an excellent combination of traditional and electronic information resources in a well designed conducive 'living library' ambience. It provides a comprehensive collection in print, electronic and multimedia formats to meet the information needs of the University. Special focus is given to the development, access and delivery of the e-library. The digital library is accessible to all AeU Library members, students, staff, researchers and scholars from any place and at all times.
- Information, Communication & Technology Services (ICTS) is the unit that manage the development, deployment and maintenance of ICT requirement for the university. The unit provides data centers to host the various servers that being used to deploy all web based application such as the Campus Management System as well as the Learning Management System.It also manages various brand of laptops, PCs, and tablets.Beside taking care of the students and staffs need, the unit also occasionally conducting internal ICT training whenever required.
- Corporate Relations acts as the liaison between the University and its many public audiences, students, partners and stakeholders, handling relations with its alumni, local communities, foreign diplomatic missions in Malaysia, state and federal governments, and the news media.
- Operations is responsible to ensure proper operation of all essential building services and develop the agreed services; which support and improve the effectiveness of AeU primary activities. FM is also responsible on day-to-day maintenance and strategic management of AeU assets.
- Talent Management & Development (TMD) develops, maintains, and continuously improves policies, processes, and systems to support a dynamic workforce and the delivery of services. TMD acts as a referral point for information and resources for all staff in AeU.
- Learner Support Centre (LSC) is a ‘ONE-STOP-CENTRE’ for AeU registered students. LSC Unit covers support services such as Help Desk Services (Call Centre), Customer Relations Management (AeU Vcare), International Students Affairs, Advisory / Customer Careline Services and Corporate AeU Merchandising.
- Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs (QARA) was established in September 2009 to oversee academic quality assurance and standard operation procedures for AeU in order to achieve excellence in its academic programmes, policies and processes, and to minimise the risk of non-compliance with national quality requirements and efficiency and international standards in operational processes and procedures.
- Registry was the first division to be established when the University started its operation in January 2008. There are two main departments operating under the Division which are the Admission and Records Department and the Assessment Department.