Specific Cooperation Agreement

The preparation, signing and approval of a cooperation agreement includes the participation of four key elements, including the Office of International Affairs, academic and administrative units, the office of legal counsel and the foreign university. Cooperation agreements are concluded in the framework of mutual negotiation, in accordance with the relevant legal instruments, and then signed by competent representatives of the parties. However, agreements are living documents that can be modified or replaced by new agreements if necessary. The legal basis for cooperation is defined in cooperation agreements. Today, we have agreements with a number of international organisations, such as: international agreements are cooperation agreements where two or more international institutions agree to cooperate on topics such as teacher and student exchange, technical assistance and research programmes, teaching and enlargement. A cooperation agreement defines the roles and responsibilities of the parties entering into a partnership. We also work with private organizations such as NGOs, associations, foundations, academies or companies. These relationships are formalized in various legal instruments, such as cooperation agreements and MEMORANDUMs of understanding. Each agreement and its provisions are specific to the scope of cooperation within the framework of cooperation; information exchange, mutual survey projects, access to databases, mutual representation or technical assistance. The following guidelines apply directly to cooperation agreements between the University of Antioquia and a partner institution abroad. However, it may be necessary to introduce additional provisions at the request of the foreign institution.

Models of cooperation agreements should include details such as: Below you can download the cooperation agreement forms: Cooperation agreements are documents that define UniME`s relations with other universities and higher education institutions in other countries. The agreements regulate mobility and/or research activities, financial arrangements and the duration of cooperation. The creation of a cooperation agreement can be proposed either by a university university or by a foreign university or university. An interim Memorandum of Understanding may be signed before a formal cooperation agreement is adopted. A framework agreement, also known as the framework agreement, is the agreement in which the parties define the conditions for cooperation. This type of agreement usually involves cooperation in areas of mutual interest. A framework contract is usually signed by the president and his or her counterpart. Here is a list of all UniME cooperation agreements. A specific agreement is an agreement that indicates the areas of knowledge, specific activities, roles and financial responsibilities of the parties and academic departments that will be responsible for the implementation of the agreement. Specific agreements are usually signed by the dean or department head concerned.