Welcome to the International Relations Office. This office is responsible for all the University’s international activity, with the exception of student recruitment. These pages explain the role of this office and give examples of the ways in which we can work with individuals or departments across the University.(from Univ of York)
The International Relations Office supports the development of international relationships with governments,universities, embassies, and international scholarship agencies. (from college imperial london)
The College’s International Relations Office is a central team which supports the development of the College’s international relationships with governments, universities,embassies, and international scholarship agencies.
The team has specific experience and regional expertise but also works flexibly across world regions in order to respond quickly to new strategic international opportunities, offering
information and advice where appropriate. We add value as a support service through the provision of support, regional expertise and background information to senior management and Faculties in the identification, initial development and, as required, delivery of international projects. We work closely with the Offices of the President and Provost, individual academics, departments, and Faculties, and also with other professional services teams such as Student Recruitment and Outreach, Corporate Partnerships, the Legal Services Office, the Research Office, and Vice Provosts’ Offices.
Typical activities for which the team is responsible include (but are not limited to): coordinating inward and outward international visits, overseeing the College’s international Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs), negotiating international scholarships, managing relationships with embassies, and developing and delivering a programme of international mobility opportunities for the College’s students.
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