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General Cooperation Agreement:
The General Cooperation Agreement is a general statement of two parties of an intent to cooperate with the understanding that the parties will sign further agreements regarding specific collaborations.
Student Exchange Agreement: A Student Exchange Agreement between Temple and foreign institution allows a limited number of students to study abroad for one semester or one year, credit or noncredit, while paying tuition to their home institutions.
Faculty Exchange and Research Collaboration: A Faculty Exchange and Research Collaboration Agreement between Temple and foreign institution allows faculty from both institutions to collaborate on research or teaching.
Dual Bachelor's Master's Degree Program: The Dual Bachelor's Master's Degree Program is an accelerated degree program available to Temple University’s partner institutions that allows students to receive their Bachelor’s degree from their home institution and their Master’s degree from Temple University in just five years.
Study Abroad (Inbound): Study Abroad (Inbound)programs between Temple and foreign institution allows students from foreign institutions to study abroad at Temple for one semester or one year. The students pay tuition to Temple University.
Study Abroad (Outbound): Study Abroad (Outbound)programs between Temple and foreign institution allows students from Temple to study abroad at foreign institutions for one semester or one year. The students pay tuition to the foreign institution.
Professional Training: Professional Training programs provide faculty or professionals from Temple or foreign institutions with additional training in their field.