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Inter-University Agreements

A wide range of international activities are carried out outside the framework of inter-university agreements, for example, visiting professors and well as all reserach or education related professor mobility can take place on an informal basis. Nonetheless we offer our academic community the necessary tools to proceed formally as well through the signature of iner.university agreements.

Types of Agreement and General Information

Universities sign a wide range of agreements according to the profile of the other party, objectives and need as well as other factors, for example the obligations deriving from our participation in international, national, regional or local programmes.

In general terms, Roma Tre signs agreements with partner institutions within the framework of one of the following scenarios:

  • Institutional Contacts: The Rector of the University and the Higher Management as well other professors propose agreements with third parties we identify as institutional partners. Generally this implies the signature of a framework agreement or of a memorandum of understanding. The request for the signature of an agreement can also come from the partner institutions themselves, in this case the International Policies Office verifies the interest of the Roma Tre academic community in the partnership.
  • Projects and International Relations Activities: upon request of a member of the Roma Tre Academic Community, Departments can sign project or activity related agreements. We generally call these executive protocols.
  • International and National Frameworks and Programmes: within certain programmes, such as the Erasmus + programme of the EU, Roma Tre signs direct agreements with partner institutions according to templates, procedures and regulations foreseen within these specific consolidated systems.

Erasmus + Agreements

If your institution is eligible for the Erasmus Programme and you wish to sign an agreement with Roma Tre, please contact our Student mobility within EU Programmes office.

Framework Agreements

Framework Agreements are general agreements signed at inter-rectoral level meaning they are signed by the Rector and the counterpart (rector, President, Chancellor, etc. These agreements concern Roma Tre as a whole and they generally do not refer to any specifi field of study. They foresee the basic inter-university types of activities. Here you may find a template in english of our framework agreement.

Student Mobility Executive Protocol

Student Mobility Executive Protocols are specific agreements signed by Roma Tre Departments with their counterparts. If you are a partner institution and you wish to sign a student mobility executive protocol we suggest that you write a proposal and send it to the Roma Tre professors you are in contact with to find an internal reference person for the activity. Here you may find a template in english of our Student Mobility Executive Protocol.

Cultural and Scientific Collaboration Executive Protocol

Cultural and Scientific Collaboration Executive Protocols are specific agreements signed by Roma Tre Departments with their counterparts. We generally use this template for professor mobility schemes as well as research projects. If you are a partner institution and you wish to sign a Cultural and Scientific Collaboration executive protocol we suggest that you write a proposal and send it to the Roma Tre professors you are in contact with to find an internal reference person for the activity. Here you may find a template in english of our Cultural and Scientific Collaboration Executive Protocol.

Double Degree Executive Protocol

Double Degree Executive Protocols are specific agreements signed concerning one of the most advanced types of internationa activity: double and multiple degrees. They are signed by Roma Tre Departmentswith their counterparts after having carried out a variety of other international projects. If you are a partner institution and you wish to sign a Double Degree executive protocol we suggest that you write a proposal and send it to the Roma Tre professors you are in contact with to find an internal reference person for the activity. Here you may find a template in english of our Double Degree Executive Protocol.

Cotutelle Agreements

Roma Tre has also signed various cotutelle de thèse agreements at Phd level. For further information please contact the Research Office.

Other Types of Agreements

Concerning other types of agreements which do not fit the descriptions above, please contact the International Policies Office.

Existing Agreements

If you require information on already existing inter-university agreements or if you wish to know if the institution you represent has agreements with Roma Tre, please contact the International Policies Office.