The different types of international agreements


The international agreements are the result of inter-university cooperation, led by our university.
They support the university’s international strategy3 by promoting the mobility of students and staff in different universities around the world and by providing a favourable framework for academic cooperation.

Inter-university cooperation agreements are an element in the steering of our institution's international policy.
(The inter-university cooperation agreements and the Erasmus+ agreements are independent)

Two types of agreements are to be distinguished:

The framework agreement on inter-university cooperation:

It is a formal agreement between two or more parties who have agreed to work cooperatively in pursuit of common objectives. It determines the general framework of cooperation, open to all disciplines of the institutions concerned, with broad training objectives.
These agreements may include articles relating to an exchange programme for teachers, staff and/or students.


The specific inter-university cooperation agreement:

It corresponds to the detailed description of all activities related to the cooperation project.
The specific agreements developed by UPVM's Direction des Relations Internationales et de la Francophonie (DRIF)3 are double degree and relocation agreements.

If you are interested in a current agreement, we invite you to contact the pilot of the agreement.

Last updated : 04/11/2021