Uzbek university to open its first joint institute abroad
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- A joint Uzbek-Belarusian institute of applied specialties will open in Minsk in 2019. This agreement was signed during the working visit of the delegation of Uzbekistan headed by Minister of Higher and Secondary Specialized Education Inomjon Madjidov to the Republic of Belarus.
The institute will open on the basis of the Belarusian National Technical University. The new institute will pay special attention to the training of highly skilled working professionals who are in high demand in the real sectors of the economy.
Citizens of the two countries will be able to enter the institute starting from the new academic year. The educational process will be organized on the basis of international standards based on the curricula of two states. In addition, a joint research center will be organized at the Institute.
A meeting of the Minister of Education of the Republic of Belarus I.V. Karpenko with the Minister of Higher and Secondary Specialized Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan Inomjon Majidov, during which the parties signed a Plan of joint actions to implement the Agreement between the relevant ministries.
The sides discussed further development prospects in the field of higher and vocational education, as well as assisting in creation of multifunctional resource centers for training qualified personnel in specialties in Uzbekistan in the fields of construction, car service, and catering.
Within the framework of his working visit to our country, Minister of Higher and Secondary Special Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan Inomjon Majidov visited the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics.
Deputy Minister of Education of Belarus Sergei Rudoy and rectors of higher education institutions of Uzbekistan took part in the meeting of the minister with the leadership of BSUIR.
According to Vadim Bogush, the Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radio Electronics cooperates with a number of institutions of higher education in Uzbekistan. In particular, an agreement was signed on the creation of a joint faculty with the Tashkent University of Information Technologies.
Today, 80 citizens of this country study at the university, 62 of them - on the 1st course. To the question of Minister I.U. Mazhidava, where they learned about this institution, the students answered: they saw the presentation of BSUIR at an educational exhibition in Tashkent.
The Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics has been holding a large-scale exhibition in the Republic of Uzbekistan for 3 years, and this brings obvious results.