Institutional Development Programme between European and Latin American Universities (COLUMBUS Association)
1987, by H-XD3288 - Association of European Universities and D-XD3357 - Association of Universities of Latin America and the Caribbean. Originally also referred to as Collaboration on University Management - a Bridge between Universities and Scholars in Europe and Latin America. Previously also referred to as COLUMBUS Project and COLUMBUS Programme.
Promote multilateral cooperation in higher education; disseminate innovative experience in key areas of institutional management; guide universities through the process of adaptation and internationalization; foster multilateral cooperation in higher education; track key developments; identify institutional innovation; facilitate exchange of experience; support change processes; stimulate projects of common interest among member universities.
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