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STRUCTURE DRIC

     
 

The International Relations and Cooperation Office is an Academic Support Unit attached to the Rector Office. The objective is to foster the exchange of professors and students from the USB. It is made structurally by the Department of International Relations and Cooperation, which is responsible for direct, control and monitor Coordination, which consist of:

  • Exchange Programs Coordination 
  • Graduate Programs Coordination
  • Conventions and International Programs Coordination 
  • Communication, Logistics and Systems Unit

The chain of command is hierarchically structured primarily by the Rector, on appeal by the Director of International Relations and Cooperation, and in the third instance for each of those responsible for the Coordination.