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Vice Président délégué - Relations Internationales

Tél : 05 59 40 75 02

Suivi des accords Espagne

Tél : 0559407630

Suivi des accords Amerique du Sud Amerique Centrale

Tél : 0559407805

Suivi des accords pays anglophones europe afrique

Tél : 05 59 40 70 55

Suivi des accords Asie Maghreb

Tél : 0559407059

Cooperation agreementsThe Inter-university Collaboration Agreement

The Inter-university Collaboration Agreement (ICA) is an administrative document that formally defines the intention of a foreign HEI and UPPA to enter into collaboration. The collaboration may be either :

  • pedagogical: student or teacher exchanges, creation of double degree programmes
  • and/or scientific: common research project, co-tutoring PhD students

Procedure for validating an ICA project

ICA contacts

Emilie DESCONET: Spain

Marina HILD: South America, Central America

Céline LESCAUT: North America, Europe (excluding Spain), Oceania, Africa (excluding North Africa)

Marielle PEYRET: Asia, North Africa

Upstream analysis of a collaboration agreement project

A teacher has a project for an ICA with a foreign university:

  • Presentation of the project to the relevant contact in the International Office
  • Project feasibility study (Vice-President – Head of Department – ICA Contacts)

Drafting the application agreement with the partner HEI

  • The contact in the International Office proposes the frame agreement (FA) + the template for the application agreement (AA) to the project initiator
  • The project initiator prepares a document with the partner university.

Validation of the agreement

  • Validation by the International Office
  • The International Office sends the ICA to the Legal Affairs (DAJ) for approval (if the FA template of the partner university is used)
  • The teacher in charge sends the ICA to the faculty council for approval
  • Once the agreement has been validated by the faculty council, the International Office presents the agreement to the CFVU and CA
  • Signatures

The frame agreement is written in French but English and Spanish versions are also available.

Current ICA