Guiding Principles

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Category: About - IUC
Published on 07 June 2012

The IUC programme represents a framework for institutional capacity building driven by academics. While professional managers and non-academic experts may support these processes, it is important that the ownership is resting with individual academics. This bottom up (researcher generated cases and actual experiences) approach creates a momentum that opens the ability to review systems and policy changes. This approach, pragmatically applied, has proven to be effective in a wide range of national and institutional environments and can best be summarised in 4 guiding principles. Ut laoreet In Pellentesque malesuada tristique lacinia eu id ac velit. Lacinia. consectetuer lobortis nulla purus dolor interdum

Guiding Principles

1. ACADEMIC LEADERSHIP
IUC programme is about academic collaboration henceforth leadership and overall responsibility rest with the academic authorities, and the individual academics that are tasked with responsibilities for coordination and implementation.

2. PROCESS FACILITATION
While having components of technical assistance, IUC facilitates and supports processes of change such that its implementation needs to be considered against a background of ongoing and contextualised process facilitation.

3. PRAGMATIC BUT TRANSPARANT INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS
Each IUC programme is unique in terms of its managerial set-up and organisation. VLIR in general is encouraging a pragmatic approach insofar that it proves to be effective and transparent.

4. INCORPORATION INTO LOCAL STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS
VLIR encourages arrangements that build upon existing structures and practices at the level of the partner university.

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