Fonds universitaire de coopération et de développement
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1961 Montréal QC Canada
1961, Montréal (Canada), Fonds international de coopération universitaire (FICU) -- International Fund for University Cooperation, as an autonomous body for financing and management of programmes first within the framework of U-XC0156 - Association des universités partiellement ou entièrement de langue française (AUPELF) and later also of H-XF0647 - Université des réseaux d'expression française (UREF). Acts as a financial arm of the umbrella organization C-XF3420 - Agence universitaire de La Francophonie (AUF).
Respond to requirements of francophone universities and other institutional members of AUF so as to facilitate international francophone cooperation in the fields of higher education and research.
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Under the authority of the Director General of AUF. Joint Assessment Commission; Scientific Council; Management Committee of FICU; Management Board. Offices based at AUF in: Africa; Central Africa; Africa (Great Lakes); Indian Ocean; Europe; Central and Eastern Europe; Arab world; North America (at Headquarters); Caribbean; South-East Asia; Vanuatu.
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