Documentation for processing agreements

Since its inception, UNSAM has built strategic alliances with numerous partners: agencies, institutes, universities, national and international organizations, both public and private.
Partnership has been a distinctive policy of the University since its origins, and the international dimension of this policy is embodied in the signing of agreements. The International Office encourages relationship building with other universities, networks, organizations or institutions of international nature.

These are all agreements entered into by the University with third parties under the name of framework agreements, specific agreements, protocols, or any form of statement of intent aimed at establishing activities and obligations to be undertaken by the signatory parties, or the intention of undertaking them in the future, whatever the name assigned to it and whoever the authorized official is who takes the initiative to sign it.
Framework Agreement: expresses the intention of the interested parties to carry out programs and activities, establishes the general framework for their development and sets forth the basic conditions of cooperation.
Specific Agreement: arises from an existing Framework Agreement and sets out a specific aim, detailing the terms and references to which the interested parties will be subject to carry out a certain project.
Prior to the execution of agreements, the counterpart must submit the following documentation:

To prove the existence of the natural or legal person acting as counterpart of the University:

  1. In the case of natural persons, ID card;
  2. In the case of private institutions, by means of their bylaws, duly registered and legalized;
  3. In the case of public institutions, by citing the legal instruments that define their competencies;
  4. In the case of legal entities under private or public law, the purpose of the agreement must be consistent with their purpose or competencies established by law or by statute;
  5. The representatives of the counterpart must submit a certified and legalized copy of the instruments that prove such representation;
  6. In the case of private legal entities founded abroad, the instruments that prove their existence in their country of origin must be submitted as well as the power to bind them attributed to their representatives, duly legalized in accordance with the rules of international public law in force.