About one-half of treaties contain specific provisions relating to visiting professors and teachers, despite the absence of any model language in either the OECD or UN models. More recent treaties have, however, tended to omit this. The UK-Australia Treaty (2003) and the UK-Botswana Treaty (2005) contain no article dealing with visiting academics, while the UK-US (2001), UK-Georgia (2003) and UK-France (2008) treaties do contain such provisions. A simple form found in the Antigua Treaty, art. 11, reads as follows:

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