How to formalize an agreement with us?
We work collaboratively with other institutions to strengthen their areas of teaching, extension and research. This process includes:
a) The compilation of the information necessary to determine the type of collaboration to be developed.
b) Obtaining the approval of the faculties and / or agencies involved.
c) The analysis of the proposals received to determine the relevance and viability of the agreement.
d) The negotiation of the conditions of the collaboration and the elaboration of an agreement proposal that incorporates what was agreed between both institutions.
e) Obtaining the approval of the legal area.
f) The signing of the agreement by the competent authorities for the celebration of national and international agreements.
In all cases, the area in charge of formalizing Agreements at CES University is the Office of Global Affairs, through the Coordination of Inter-institutional Agreements.
Phone: (57) (4) 444.05.55, ext 1147
Fax: (57) (4) 266 60 46
Proposal Initiative: CES University
- Formalization: the faculty, agency or person who has the initiative will complete the feasibility study that will be provided by the Coordination of Interinstitutional Agreements, attached to the Office of Global Affairs. In this feasibility study, the following information is requested from the Institution with which it has expressed its interest in formalizing an agreement:
1. General information about the institution (name, type of institution, country and city of origin, faculties and related programs).
2. Information about activities previously carried out with the other institution.
3. Specific information on the characteristics of the collaboration to be developed, for example: student exchange, teacher exchange, research, continuing education programs, among others. When applicable, reference will be made to the financial aspects of the activities presented and whoever presents the proposal will request the respective approval from the Administrative and Financial Directorate of the CES University.
4. Approval of the Dean of the Faculty or the Head of the Unit presenting the proposal.
5. Names and contact details of the persons in charge of the formalization of agreements in the other institution.
This proposal will be studied by the Office of Global Affairs. If approved, the agreement model will be adapted to the established collaboration conditions. Both parties will decide if the formats of the CES University or the other entity will be used. Once the Agreement is drawn up, it will be sent for evaluation by the Legal Departments of both institutions. After obtaining the approval of the Legal Area, the signature is carried out.
Initiative of the proposal: national or foreign institutions
- Formalization: the institution or person that has the initiative will present the following information to the CES University Global Affairs Office (it can be submitted via e-mail):
1. General data on the institution to which it belongs (name, type of institution, country and city of origin, areas of strength, faculties and related programs).
2. Information about activities previously carried out with the CES University (indicating the names of the people with whom you have worked)
3. Specific information on the characteristics of the collaboration to be developed with the CES University, for example: student exchange, teacher exchange, research, continuing education programs, double degrees, among others.
4. Names and contact details of the persons in charge of the formalization of agreements in your institution.
All proposals will be evaluated by the Office of Global Affairs, provided they have the approval of one or more faculties of CES University. The dean of the respective faculty in our institution will grant approval by completing and signing the feasibility study form that will be provided by the Coordination of Interinstitutional Agreements, attached to the Office of Global Affairs
It is recommended that the proposed agreements be valid for five (5) years. However, both parties will decide the validity and the formats to be used. If the parties have a common language, two copies are signed per agreement.
In the case of establishing agreements with institutions whose official language is different from Spanish, four copies are signed, two in each language.