Proposal for Institutional Agreements
Are you interested in initiating an agreement with a foreign partner institution? SU faculty or staff members interested in coordinating a formal relationship due to collaboration in areas such as research, joint workshops or conferences, interest in student exchange, interest in faculty or staff exchange, etc., can propose new institutional linkages through World.
Approval Process and Legal Authority
World: The David and Leighan Rinker Center for International Learning is responsible for overseeing the agreement approval process with foreign institutions. World: The David and Leighan Rinker Center for International Learning will maintain agreement records and reports. The originating department and School/College, not World: The David and Leighan Rinker Center for International Learning, will have responsibility for the administration or implementation of agreements and be responsible for the allocation of any resources in support of agreements. Exchange agreements between the Stetson University and foreign universities or agencies are governed by a combination of Florida State law and Stetson University policies.
The format of exchange agreements has been prescribed by the university.
Agreements normally are valid for three - five (3-5) years; therefore, when considering a relationship with a foreign institution, sustained faculty involvement remains the most critical ingredient in a successful relationship. Faculty must serve as the academic coordinators and student recruiters when applicable, in addition they must help monitor the balance and quality of the exchange if the agreement includes this.
Current Active Agreements
Before completing this Worksheet, make sure an agreement does not already exist with the prospective cooperating institution. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to determine if an agreement has already been established.
The questions asked are used to obtain the information needed by World: The David and Leighan Rinker Center for International Learning to draft and review the proposed International Inter-Institutional Agreement, so please be as detailed as possible. Keep in mind the proposal is not considered complete until it has been turned in with ALL signatures from your approving Department or Center Head/Director, and Dean (obtained electronically through this system).
Instructions for Submitting Your Information
If you have already accessed this system click the "Apply/Start" button above or below and enter with your existing log-in email and password. If this is your first time accessing the system click that you are not registered with our system. You will be asked to input an email address, use your SU email address. The system will email a temporary password to your SU email. Check your spam folder for this message if it does not appear in your inbox. You will then log-in with this temporary password and your SU email. The first time you enter the system you will create a permanent password. From this point forward you will continue to log-in with your SU email and the password you select.