As the premier institute for higher learning in Bhutan, the Royal University of Bhutan aims to be the research leader of the Nation, supporting the development of a knowledge society, serving as its critical conscience, and addressing its concerns. University research should lead to the creation and sharing of knowledge that have the potential to promote the well being of the people in the nation and around the world. All possible avenues for translating research into tangible benefits for society shall be pursued, and the knowledge generated shall be widely disseminated to maximize impact on society.
It is crucial for a tertiary educational institution to network and collaborate with international institutions to enhance teaching-learning and research. Therefore, this Guidelines is prepared to assist the Royal University of Bhutan (RUB) in facilitating visit of international staff and students on different modalities. As RUB operates on a federated model with its colleges spread across Bhutan, it is hoped that the Guidelines will assist college(s) and the different divisions in the Office of the Vice Chancellor (OVC) to prepare visa and entry process effectively and efficiently across distance and on online platforms.
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RUB Research Policies is the primary reference regarding research for members of the University (administrators, faculty, staff, and students) as well as affiliates and anyone involved in research with the University, or using University resources. The ZHIB TSHOL was endorsed by the 14th Research and Innovation Committee in October 2013 and approved by the 29th Academic Board which is the primary academic authority of the University responsible for academic affairs, including academic standards, research, scholarship, teaching and programmes at the University. The policies define the official policies, procedures, and structures of the University governing all aspects of research.
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