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Such negotiations have had significant impacts on the collaborations between Regis University and its partners. The collaboration with NUIG requires each partner to budget its own expenses, however, there is a formula for items such as marketing expenses and some overhead that vary between countries. In Europe it is common to not charge students for required texts and to use other sources, while in the U.S. students typically pay for their own books and more often than not textbooks are required. How do the partners determine an equitable way of dealing with these differences? Both Regis and NUIG agreed on a formula for splitting the revenues earned from student tuitions; of course, during the first few years there have always been minor negotiations as to how that works at the end of the year when the transfer of monies occurs. With the collaboration with ITESO, the current project has each school responsible for its own expenses including marketing and recruitment. Each school also charges its own tuition for all courses in the program and then each partner compensates the other for those courses taken at the partner school by its students. However, ITESO and Regis University came to an agreement on what the tuition would be for this program. Compensation for students taking courses at the other partner is in that school’s currency. For the Ulster venture, the allocation was more complicated and included negotiating all expenses and costs as well as the tuition rate. Each school shared in the budget based on a negotiated formula. This proved to be somewhat divisive.


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