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Georgia State University's International Cooperation Agreements Database

As indicated in the Guidelines and Procedures for International Cooperation Agreements, the Office of International Affairs maintains an International Cooperation Database that tracks and manages GSU agreements. The purpose of the database is to provide the university community with up-to-date information on the various relationships the university has across the globe. Such information is useful for data, planning and communication. The database is also useful in informing inter- and intra-collegiate partnerships; facilitating and developing multidisciplinary teams both locally and globally; and assisting GSU in achieving its goal of internationalizing education.



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