Announcing IAPP Greece

Greek University

International Academic Partnership Program

IAPP is a comprehensive program that guides colleges and universities through the development of a strategic plan to increase meaningful, long-lasting academic partnerships with institutions in a particular focus country. IAPP provides institutions with the tools to take partnership building to the next level.

IIE and the Greek Ministry of Edution and Religious Affairs are excited to announce IAPP Greece, taking place in March 2020! We are pleased to invite you to join a bi-national webinar on December 17th on Enhancing U.S. – Greece Academic Collaboration through International Academic Partnerships. This webinar will focus on current higher education priorities in both countries and the potential for increased academic collaboration between Greek and U.S. colleges and universities. This webinar will also serve as the official launch of the International Academic Partnership Program – Greece application that is open to all accredited U.S. higher education institutions interested in developing new partnerships with Greek universities or enhancing existing ones. 

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Program Impact

Since IAPP's inception in 2010, IIE has worked with 98 colleges and universities in the U.S. to increase academic partnerships with institutions from 11 countries around the world.

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Program Information

Typically there are between two to four partnership programs offered each year. Each program has a different application deadline, cost, and unique design. Please consult the individual program page for more program information.

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Who Should Apply?

The program caters to a wide range of institutional backgrounds and needs, from institutions that have no academic connections within the focus country, to those looking to develop upon already established partnerships. There’s no prerequisite knowledge or contact with the focus country required to participate. All accredited U.S. higher education institutions are eligible to apply.

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