ITB is generally open to pursuing any collaborative initiative with any international partner. At the university level, we encourage that any initiative has a real, practical, program. While we are open to signing generic MoUs, we encourage the creation of specific agreements that have real, practical, implications. Any prospective partner may wish to consider the following programs, including how we can proceed to collaborate.
Student Exchange or Mobility
At the university level, student exchange or mobility for at least one semester is facilitated directly by the Bureau of Partnerships, under the Division of International Partnerships, in coordination with other units at ITB. Therefore, agreements on student exchange or mobility can be directly supervised by the Bureau of Partnerships. Any prospective partner who wish to develop an agreement on student exchange or mobility may also wish to do so at the faculty or school level. In that case, a prospective partner may want to inquire directly through each faculty or school’s contact point.
Double/Joint Degree Program
ITB has been open to developing a double/joint degree program. Such an initiative is done through ITB’s faculties and schools directly. Therefore, a prospective partner is encouraged to contact the specific faculty or school directly. Please check the faculty or school’s contact point. Alternatively, a prospective partner can also contact the Office of the Vice Rector for Academics and Student Affairs (firstname.lastname@example.org), or any unit within the office.
Agreements on funded or sponsored staff mobility can be facilitated by the Bureau of Partnerships, such as Erasmus+ agreements. Otherwise, any prospective partner who is interested in developing a staff mobility agreement should contact the contact point of ITB’s faculties and/or schools. Alternatively, a prospective partner can also contact the Office of the Vice Rector for Resources (email@example.com), or any unit within the office.
Research collaboration is generally started by an individual faculty member or a research group. Any prospective partner who is interested in developing a research collaboration initiative should contact the Office of the Vice Rector for Research and Innovation (firstname.lastname@example.org), or any relevant unit within the office. Alternatively, a prospective partner may take a look at the following pages for research hubs:
For other programs, you may contact us at email@example.com to figure out the best way of proceeding with the collaboration.