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The IEB has established a select network of international links with academic institutions both in the Anglo-Saxon and Latin American worlds. The aim of these agreements is to foster and strengthen the transnational focus of studies, joint research and a cosmopolitan vision of students. These agreements operate differently according to their content and scope:
These are the most significant international agreements which enable IEB students to carry out part of their study plan in the allied institution; similarly, the IEB receives students from that institution.
In addition, lecturers from these institutions regularly give classes in the IEB and IEB lecturers are received in the associated academic centre.
Finally, this type of agreements imply the development of joint training programmes and collaboration in research projects.
The IEB’s Academic Allies are
London School of Economics
ACADEMIC COOPERATION AGREEMENTS
In these cases, the IEB collaborates with the teaching institutions either by forming part of their respective academic boards or by sending IEB teaching staff to give classes in the training programmes of the cooperating institutions.
In all events, this academic relation covers the IEB receiving in their training programmes students from these institutions with preference over other international students
The IEB has Academic Cooperation Agreements with
Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey Universidad Panamericana
Universidad de los Andes Universidad del Externado
Barna Bussines School Florida International University
TRAINING SUPPORT AGREEMENTS
These agreements enable teachers and students from associated universities and institutions to carry out development and training programmes in the IEB more easily and to receive preferential treatment.
To complete the transnational focus of its studies, the IEB has also established collaboration programmes with institutions and organisations that foster international mobility and the exchange of ideas between participating members.