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International Relations Officers’ Network of the Association of European Life Science Universities
IROICA as a network of international relations officers was established in 1997 as an activity within the "DEMETER" Socrates Thematic Network project. In 1998, IROICA became a Standing Committee within ICA. Today IROICA has the status of a non-profit international association with its own statutes. The governing body is the IROICA General Assembly which meets annually at the time of the annual conference. The Executive Committee is elected by the General Assembly.
IROICA’s main goals are to support and enhance the work of the international relations officers in the member institutions of the network by:
At all times IROICA promotes quality and high standing in its activities, which are guided by a spirit of openness, human rights and democracy.
In order to achieve these goals, the IROICA network acts as a forum for discussion. IROICA convenes physical meetings and with electronic communication enables members to express their views and requests. IROICA also leads and participates in projects.
See IROICA website for the upcoming conference annual conference
Delgado M, Hellgren S-L, Nielsen M, Vandecasteele H, Wojciechowska A and Heath S (2008). Handbook of good practice in the management of the academic studies and pastoral care of international Master students. Association for European Life Science Universities, Gent, Belgium, pp 45 .
Karlsson I, Mueller I, Atkinson H, Toborn J and Bengtsson (2004). Good practice for international relations officer. Interuniversity Consortium for Agricultural and Related Sciences in Europe, 2nd edition, pp55.
Heath S B (2004). Quality in internationalisation, the password for the future. Proceedings of the 8th European Conference for international relations officers at higher education institutions for agricultural and related sciences. Institute National Polytechnique de Lorraine (INPL),
Mueller I (2000). International relations management at higher education institutions in agricultural and related sciences – contributions at IROICA workshops 2000. Interuniversity Consortium for Agricultural and Related Sciences in Europe, pp56.
For more details please visit IROICA web-site or contact
Agnieszka Wojciechowska De Cokere
tel.: +48 22 593 10 50