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UTSA and Monterrey Tech formalize student exchange program

UTSA, Monterrey Tech formalize student exchange program
Agreement will allow UTSA students to take courses at partner school

By Rebecca Luther
Director of Communications, Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs.

UTSA officials this month traveled to...

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International Agreement Types and UT System Templates

Between UTSA and other international institutions

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.

There are three types of possible agreements. In general, agreements begin at the cooperative level and progress further over time:

  • Agreement of Cooperation – A general agreement used to establish the intent to conduct exchange and collaboration in areas of interest and benefit to both institutions. This agreement simply outlines that UTSA and a foreign institution have established a formal relationship, and may agree to cooperate on more specific programs in the future.
  • Affiliation Agreement  – This agreement is used to further establish a relationship of a much more defined and continuing nature with an international academic institution. The affiliation agreement establishes more specific program relationships beneficial to the respective educational institutions. It is often used to establish the development of well defined joint studies, research and training activities, and other educational programs of mutual interest.
  •  Program Agreement  – This agreement is used to further define and implement the details of a specific program already included within the provisions of an approved affiliation agreement.