On November 21, the Vice-Rector for International Relations of the National University of Uzbekistan, Shirinova Raima Khakimovna arrived in Belgium as part of the delegation of Uzbekistan, headed by Deputy Minister of Higher and Secondary Special Education Uzokboy Begimkulov. During the trip, the delegation participated in the conference on education “EU - Central Asia: a sustainable future through education”, which was held on November 22 by the initiative of the Finnish agency in the European Union.
From November 29 till December 3, 2019, employees of the NUUz administration will go on a business trip to the People‘s Republic of China in Hangzhou. Purpose of the trip is to develop cooperation with the China Campus Network university community, to get acquainted with the Alibaba GET "E-commers" curriculum, and to negotiate the opening of training courses based on this program at NUUz. Among the members of the delegation, Ravshan Kurbanmuratgovich Musurmanov, Vice-Rector for Methodological Support and Quality Control of Education, and Atabekov Aziz, Director of the Scientific and Practical Center for Intelligent Systems Design at NUUz.
From November 29, 2019 till December 10, 2019, Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs Dzhumabaev Davlatbay Khalillaevich together with the heads of the departments of mathematics and psychology will visit the Lublin University of Technology in Poland. The purpose of this trip is to negotiate the development of a master‘s program in IT and to participate in a seminar-training. Negotiations will be held as part of the CATMARAN program: the development of a master‘s program in IT.
Professors and teachers of the National University of Uzbekistan annually participate in international projects presented by international European organizations. In 2019, the university completed 12 international projects under the Erasmus + program. These projects were carried out in the framework of academic exchange, research and experience exchange between executives.
From February 7 to 15 of the current year, Vice-Rector for International Relations of the National University of Uzbekistan Raima Shirinova and doctoral student Nigina Tukhtasinova attended a meeting of the Coordinators at the University of Poitiers in the framework of Key Action 1 - Mobility for learners and staff - Higher Education Student and Staff Mobility.
Representatives from the Kazakh National University, the Kyrgyz National University and the National University of Uzbekistan participated in the training.The members of the project got acquainted with the structure of the University of Poitiers, the activities of the International Relations Department, the Faculty of foreign languages, and the Faculty of Economics. At the same time, the grantees shared with the university‘s experience in attracting international students.In addition, they organized training sessions for foreign students, exchanged pedagogical and methodological experience.
Furthermore, project coordinators Patrice Naudin and Lichia Bagini told about plans for the future. It is planned that 3 students of NUU will be sent to Poitiers University for 4 months to study in the next academic year and 2 professors and teachers for an advanced training.
All members of the project got acquainted with the facilities of the University of Poitiers, laboratories, libraries, student dormitories. Especially, the members of the project were particularly pleased with the fact that the dormitory for foreign students was provided with all the necessary conditions for students‘ study, for example, availability of restrooms, sports and recreation, music rooms and conference halls are among them.
Great work is being done on academic exchange of students and teachers in the framework of international grants at the National University of Uzbekistan. In 2019, 26 professor and staff members, 4 PhD students and 2 students have been abroad.