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MOUs for International Initiatives
International collaborations represent an outstanding opportunity for UMB faculty, staff, and students to grow and learn through contact with international colleagues. A partnership may be recognized through a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
An international Memorandum of Understanding is a broad statement of cooperation by which UMB and a non-U.S. organization express an interest in establishing a relationship that may result in future collaborative activities such as student and faculty exchanges, joint conferences and/or research projects. This statement of intent is often used at signing ceremonies to acknowledge the beginning of a new relationship. The MOU may also serve as the first step in developing a future detailed, binding agreement.
Individual faculty and staff do not have the authority to sign an MOU on behalf of UMB. MOUs will be signed by the President or authorized designee. Other agreements such as teaming agreements, research agreements, or subrecipient agreements, are executed by an ORD official.