Internalization

Office of International Affairs

The Office of International Affairs is a unit under the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Planning and Development. It acts as the central coordinating office in leading the process of integrated internationalization and global engagements of the Institute. As such, it is responsible for coordinating and overseeing the development and updating of policies and guidelines pertaining to international affairs; coordinating and overseeing the establishment, development and review of the Institute University’s formal bilateral and multilateral relations and programs with global partners; spearheading the integration of global perspectives into the curriculum; and providing logistical, technical and administrative support for international engagement in campus or abroad, among others.

Services

  • Technical assistance for official foreign travels of Institute faculty and staff
  • Assistance to inbound and outbound visiting faculty
  • Assistance to inbound and outbound exchange students
  • Assistance to internationalization activities and engagements
  • Assistance to creation and update of international linkages
  • Assistance to faculty and staff attending international conferences, for a or seminars as participants or paper presenters
  • Assistance in the renewal, extension and conversion of visa and special study permits of foreign students
  • Facilitate study tours

International Academic Partners

 

UNIVERSITY/NETWORK COUNTRY START DATE
Almuslim University Indonesia February-2016
Bielefeld University Germany January-2018
Hiroshima University Japan January-2015
Hiroshima University / Western Philippines University Japan July-2014
Kasetsart University Thailand March-2017
Khon Kaen University Faculty of Education (MOA) Thailand February-2013
Khon Kaen University (MOU) Thailand August-2014
Khon Kaen University Faculty of Business Administration and Accountancy (MOA) Thailand June-2019
Kyoto University Japan October-2018
Madonna University Nigeria July-2015
Mahasarakham University Thailand January-2015
National Central University (MOA) Taiwan October-2014
National Central University Department of Physics Taiwan June-2016
National Central University (MOU) Taiwan June-2018
National Changhua University of Education Taiwan December-2013
National Taichung University of Education Taiwan August-2018
Niigata University Japan  
Osaka University Japan September-2017
Sichuan University China September-2018
Srinakharinwirot University Thailand June-2015
Tatung University Taiwan March-2015
Tokyo Institute of Technology Japan January-2016
Tribhuvan University Nepal January-2016
Tulane University United States of America April-2016
Tunghai University Taiwan December-2012
Universidade de Evora Portugal June-2014
Universitas Airlangga Indonesia December-2014
Universitas Ma Chung Indonesia March-2013
Universitas Mohammadiyah Yogyakarta, Jusuf Kalla School of Government Indonesia February-2015
Universitas Mohammadiyah Yogyakarta Indonesia September-2015
Universitas Negeri Semarang Indonesia January-2015
Universitas Negeri Semarang Department of Sports Science Indonesia November-2015
Universitas Pembunganan Jaya Indonesia October-2016
Universitas Sebelas Maret Indonesia March-2013
Universite de Limoges France January-2019
University of Hasselt Belgium March-2019
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Mindanao State University, Center for Philippine Studies, Mamitua Saber Research & Technology Center United States of America January-2017
University of Kaiserslautern Germany August-2015
University of Malaya Malaysia May-2019
Vellore Institute of Technology India February-2013
Wroclaw University of Science and Technology Poland June-2019
Zoologisches Forschungsmuseum Alexander Koenig (Zoological Research Museum Alexander Koenig) Germany October-2013
ASEAN University Network Southeast Asia Engineering Education Development Network (AUN/SEED-Net) Network January-2017
Asia Pacific Society of Public Affairs (APSPA) Network June-2019
International Organization of Migration Switzerland August-2017
SEA Teacher Project Network March-2019

 

International Visiting Professors (Inbound) (2018-2019)

Australia

  1. Prof. Richard D. AlorroCurtin University, Australia.
  2. Dr. Eryk Dutkiewicz. Australia University of Technology, Australia.
  3. Prof. Vincent R. Daria. Australian National University, Australia.

Belgium

  1. Prof. Bart Braeckman. Ghent University, Belgium.
  2. Prof. Neil Hens. Hasselt University, Belgium.
  3. Prof. Chellafe Ensoy-Musoro. Hasselt University, Belgium.

China

  1. Prof. Glenn F. Fernandez. Sichuan University, Chin

Germany

  1. Prof. Ludwig Sreit. Bielefeld University, Germany.

India

  1. Dr. Devika Sethi. Indian Institute of Technology, India.

Indonesia

  1. Prof. Nurhayati Rahman. University in Makassar, Indonesia.

Italy

  1. Prof. Mario Alviano. University of Calabria, Italy.

Japan

  1. Assoc. Prof. Nobumasa Sekishita. Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan.

Kazakhstan

  1. Dr. Mannix P. Balanay. Nazarbajev University, Kazakhstan.

Malaysia

  1. Dr. Cordelia MasonUniversity of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  2. Dr. M. Niaz AsadullahUniversity of Malaya, Malaysia.

Poland

  1. Assoc. Prof. Radomin Jaskula. University of Lodz, Poland.

Spain

  1. Dr. Pablo Carpio. Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain.

Taiwan

  1. Prof. Chi-Fang Huang. Tatung University, Taiwan.

Thailand

  1. Prof. Chokchai Yuenyong. Khon Kaen University, Thailand.
  2. Assoc. Prof. Auijit Pattanajak. Khon Kaen University, Thailand.

USA

  1. Prof. Rodney C. Jubilado. University of Hawaii, USA.
  2. Dr. Louie Mar Gangcuangco. University of Michigan-Flint, USA.
  3. Dr. Julius D. Militante. University of Michigan-Flint, USA.
  4. Dr. Angel Yanagihara. University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA.
  5. Dr. Jorge A. Lubguban. Global Foundries of New York, USA.
  6. Dr. Casan L. Sampaco. USA.
  7. Dr. Virginia A. Sapkota. USA.
  8. Dr. Ryan B. Balili. Calvin College, USA.

International Visiting Professors (Outbound) (2018-2019)

Office Mandate

By virtue of Board of Regent Resolution No. 163, series of 2015, the Office of International Affairs has the following mandate:

  • Act as central coordinating office in leading the process of integrated internationalization and global engagements of the Institute;
  • Coordinate and oversee the development and updating of policies and guidelines pertaining to international affairs;
  • Coordinate and oversee the establishment, development and review of the Institute University’s formal bilateral and multilateral relations and programs with global partners;
  • Spearhead the integration of global perspectives into the curriculum;
  • Provide leadership to engage the community served in global awareness initiatives;
  • Provide logistical, technical and administrative support for international engagement in campus or abroad;
  • Coordinate and oversee the international diplomatic relations strategy with key government agencies and diplomatic missions overseas;
  • Coordinate the development, promulgation and oversight of protocol for the management of high level incoming international visits and delegations;
  • Lead and coordinate in the management of an international visitor program for high level visitors to the University;
  • Plan and coordinate on offshore visits undertaken by senior officials of the Institute University;
  • Coordinate on matters involving endowment funds, scholarships and other grants from foreign sources;
  • Ensure that management review is conducted in all activities of the OIA

Organizational Structure