The International Office reporting to the DVC (Teaching, Learning and International) leads international strategy development for the University and is responsible for establishing the direction of key international business links and leading the management of academic partner relationships. The Office works closely with the Faculties and relevant Services Centres to achieve the University’s International Strategy 2014-2016.
The main functions of the International Office are:
- international strategy;
- academic partnership development;
- visiting delegations;
- study tours; and
Our office can provide advice. support and or guidance to:
- faculties, services centres and university colleagues on benchmarking, international compliance, quality assurance and key countries, regions and institutions for international partnerships and collaborations;
- faculties with academic partnership development through the preparation of agreements with international partners including Memorandums of Understandings (MoUs), Student Exchange, Articulation and Transnational Agreements;
- faculties who have groups of visiting academic staff and students from overseas universities; and
- faculties to assist in securing grant funding and supporting short-term outbound mobility programs.
The International Office is lead by the Dean, International working closely with faculty Associate Deans International. The Manager International oversees four International Coordinators and an Administrative Officer.