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  • Contribution Agreement Agreement
    • An agreement between an institution and a funding agency that describes the terms and conditions of the funding for a project proposal previously approved by the funding agency, such as, payment of contribution, reporting requirements and publication.

  • Faculty exchange Agreement
    • An agreement that describes the respective commitments by the relevant faculty units to enable movement of faculty members between two institutions.

  • Government Agreement
    • An agreement to which the University of Manitoba is not a party, but which may through implication or reference have an influence on the University's international collaborations in that country or region.

  • Graduate Education Agreement Agreement
    • An agreement that enables graduate students to gain admission to the University of Manitoba, Faculty of Graduate Studies, through specified terms and conditions.

  • International Project Cooperation Agreement
    • A secondary agreement between the primary recipient of funding (a lead institution) and another institution or institutions with respect to an international development project approved and funded by a funding agency. The purpose of the agreement is to pass on a portion of the obligations assumed by the lead institution under the primary agreement with the funding agency. In exchange, the lead institution pays the other institution or institutions a portion of the funds received from the funding agency.

  • Memorandum of Understanding Agreement
    • An agreement between institutions used to initiate an institutional collaboration. The purpose of the Memorandum of Understanding is to establish expectations of the relationship between the institutions and identify possible areas of collaboration, such as, faculty and student exchanges, joint conferences or research. The Memorandum of Understanding does not commit the institutions to any particular collaborative activity, but contemplates that the institutions will enter into a separate, supplementary agreement detailing the terms and conditions of the activity.

  • Partnership Conference Agreement
    • An agreement that describes the respective responsibilities, including financial commitments and travel arrangements, between institutions that are working in cooperation to hold a joint conference on a regular basis (annually, biennially, semiannually, etc).

  • Post Graduate Training Agreement
    • An agreement that describes the terms and conditions by which it is possible for students who have graduated from an approved program abroad are allowed to come to Manitoba to complete their post graduate medical (residency) training.

  • Practicum Placement Agreement
    • An agreement that describe the terms and conditions by which students from another country may come to the University of Manitoba to conduct an internship, or by which UM students may participate in an internship abroad.

  • Program Service Provider Agreement
    • An agreement that describes the terms and conditions by which the University of Manitoba will provide a specialized program of service for a stated purpose.

  • Research & Development Collaboration Agreement
    • An agreement between institutions used to develop a research and development collaboration in a specific area. The purpose of the agreement is to describe the terms and conditions of a collaboration related to research and development activities, including such items, as obligations, ownership of intellectual property and publication. It does not involve the exchange of funds or resources.

  • Student Exchange - Bilateral Agreement
    • An agreement that allows for a reciprocal and balanced movement of students between the University of Manitoba and the exchange partner institution. This agreement allows participating students to pay tuition fees to their home institutions for courses taken while on the exchange. Students may study to a maximum of 1 academic year at the partner institution as a visiting student only.

  • Student Exchange - Consortium Agreement
    • An agreement that allows for a reciprocal and balanced movement of students between the University of Manitoba and the exchange partner institution. This agreement allows participating students to pay tuition fees to their home institutions for courses taken while on the exchange. Students may study to a maximum of 1 academic year at the partner institution as a visiting student only.

  • Student Transfer Program Agreement
    • An agreement that describes the terms and conditions by which students who have completed an approved list of pre- requisite courses of study at another institution may transfer to the University of Manitoba to complete their program of study and receive a University of Manitoba degree. Students study for a minimum of 2 academic years at the University of Manitoba on this type of program.