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International university agreements are acts of negotiation signed by the Legal Representatives of the Universities aimed at regulating a specific sphere of relations between the contracting parties and in which the parties define the terms, scope and modalities of collaboration in the fields of teaching, research and development cooperation.

The purpose of these acts is to establish a collaboration with an international partner in order to implement the institutional functions of the universities in research and teaching, which may include, but are not limited to, the promotion of academic cooperation, the exchange of students, lecturers and technical-administrative staff, the development of joint research activities, and collaboration on specific projects.

The University of Trieste's international agreements are divided according to type (Memorandum of Understanding vs. Executive Protocol) and according to the level at which they intervene (University Agreements vs. Departmental Agreements).

The Memoranda of Understanding and Executive Protocols of the University of Trieste are drafted according to the University's standard models.

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