What makes LEMONOC particularly innovative is the composition of its partners and its regard croisé in international mobility by integrating perspectives from the North and from the South. While the northern partners will look on the conditions for sending out students, the southern partners will work on assessing the capacity that is needed in order to receive students from abroad. Results will then translate into quality improvement and can be applied worldwide to any sending or receiving higher education institutions.

The partners involved in LEMONOC are:

African Network of Internationalization of Education (ANIE)

Association of Universities Grupo Montevideo (AUGM)

Coimbra Group (an association of 39 European Universities)

Commission for Research Partnerships with Developing Countries (KFPE, Switzerland)


HAMK University of Applied Sciences (Finland)

University Colleges Leuven-Limburg (Leuven University College)

University Colleges Leuven-Limburg (Limburg Catholic University College)

University of Cork (Ireland)

University of Basel (Switzerland)

University of Granada (Spain)

Xavier Institute of Management Bhubaneswar (XIMB, India)

South Research (Belgium)

Zuyd University of Applied Sciences