Every ETEN member institution appoints an ETEN Co-Ordinator, or ECO. The ECO initiates appropriate actions at his or her member organisation in order to realise the aims of the Network and is the representative of the member organisation at the ECO and TIG-Themed Meetings.
The tasks of the ECO fall into three general areas of responsibility:
- facilitating student and staff mobility,
- serving as the contact person between ETEN and the member institution, and
- promoting international projects.
The specific responsibilities of the ECO can be found under Section 3 of our Statutes, (link) and a list of those responsibilities will be provided to each new ECO as part of a welcome package upon acceptance for membership.