Texas A&M University has a long history of cooperation and collaboration with global partners to build educational programs, conduct critical research, and develop innovative solutions for global problems. This approach has never been more important than now. Graduates of Texas A&M will enter the workforce that operates in a global context, so it is important that they develop international and intercultural skills while studying at Texas A&M. Likewise, knowledge is created in a global context, and faculty research is enhanced by strategic international alliances. Finally, critical issues facing the world call for global solutions, and Texas A&M brings to the world a rich intellectual capacity to address these issues.
Global partnerships at Texas A&M might exist at multiple levels, including at the department or research center level, the college level, or the university level. The office of Global Program Support is happy to help faculty and academic units to develop new partnerships or to expand existing partnerships to contribute to the academic, research, and service mission of the university. The resources below will help you to begin:
How to create a Memorandum of Agreement/Program Agreement (MOA) with foreign institutions
For assistance regarding the creation of MOA's, contact Traci Lacy at tlacy[at]tamu.edu or 979.845.3099
Existing agreements with foreign institutions
For assistance regarding current MOA's, contact Traci Lacy at tlacy[at]tamu.edu or 979.845.3099
Identifying foreign partner institutions
For more information, contact Randy Kluver at rkluver[at]tamu.edu or 979.845.3099
Developing joint or dual degrees with foreign institutions
For more information, contact Curricular Services at 979.845.8201 or visit their website for more information.