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By Kris Rodriguez

(July 23, 2014) -- Meet Sumeyra Tek. For the last four years, the 31-year-old native of Turkey and her husband have been helping families fleeing persecution from their native homelands adjust to their new lives in San Antonio.

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Procedures to Obtain an International Academic Agreement

International Agreement Procedures


International agreements between UTSA and foreign universities or colleges are governed by a combination of Texas state law, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Rules, and UTSA policies.
UTSA faculty or staff member(s) seeking to establish an international agreement with a foreign university or entity must complete and send a signed request form to the Executive Director, Office of International Programs in the Main Building 1.210.

You must complete all sections of the Initial Request for International Academic Agreements Form.

This is the step-by-step process:

  1. Submit the signed request form to the Executive Director of the Office of International Programs (MB 1.210) for further processing through the Office of the Provost.
  2. After the request has been approved and signed by the Vice Provost for International Initiatives/Senior International Officer, then begin preparing the actual agreement drafts, using the appropriate template as provided by UT System.
  3. Send the completed draft agreement to the Vice Provost for International Initiatives, for processing and completion by the UTSA Office of Legal Affairs.

 

Finalized agreements must have the signature of the UTSA president or his designee.

Agreements that offer course credit must have UT Board of Regents approval.

It is important to allow at least four weeks for the processing, coordination, and approval of each international agreement request. Last-minute requests will be considered.  However, the processing times required for such requests might result in the agreement not being completed in time for delivery or signing within the desired timeframe.


Agreements are normally valid for five years, and may be extended to 10 years under certain, institutionally approved circumstances.