Welcome to the International Partnership Development (IPD)’s web page.
The University of Texas at Dallas (UT Dallas) promotes and encourages collaborative engagement with higher education institutions from around the world through student exchange mobility, academic, and research partnerships. These opportunities enhance not only the portfolio of international academic destinations for our students, but also a comprehensive sharing of intellect, culture, and values between UT Dallas community members and their international counterparts.
UT Dallas international partnerships are based on IPD principles and guidelines. They rely on the leadership of the UT Dallas academic sponsor and program coordinator of each partnership to enhance the success of their implementation.
As of February 2019, UT Dallas is collaborating with eighty seven (87) partners from twenty seven (27) countries, including thirty nine (39) student exchange program agreements, forty (40) agreements of cooperation or memoranda of understanding, twenty four (24) affiliation agreements, eleven (11) degree program agreements, three (3) dual degree program agreements, and ten (10) program agreements.
We are committed to engage in comprehensive internationalization, assisting the UT Dallas community with instruments and services to propose and implement sustainable international educational programs in collaboration with external partners. UT Dallas leaders and academic champions who are interested in proposing an international partnership and/or requesting the renewal of an existing one are welcome to contact us to strategize the submission of the proposal for its review by the International Education Development Committee (IEDC).
International Higher Education Institutions that would like to partner with UT Dallas are encouraged to foster a relationship with UT Dallas faculty, followed by the submission of a partnership proposal to the IEDC.
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Rodolfo Hernandez Guerrero
- SACSCOC Policy and Procedures for Agreements Involving Dual Academic Awards.
- Hudzik, John; Comprehensive Internationalization: From Concept to Action, Association of International Educators (NAFSA), January 2011
- Institute of International Education Center for International Partnerships in Higher Education
- Matross Helms, Robin; International Higher Education Partnerships: A Global Review of Standards and Practices; Center for Internationalization and Global Engagement and American Council on Education and; 2015.