Brussels: Uzbek universities sign MoU with Belgian Education Council

Brussels: Uzbek universities sign MoU with Belgian Education Council

This week at the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Brussels, the Rectors of 10 Uzbeki universities signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Belgian Education Council in order to launch and to develop common activities and to define projects of mutual collaboration between the Parties.

Axana Pozdnyakova, in her capacity as Director, signed on behalf of the Belgian Education Council.

Also present at the signing was Chris Kendall, from the European External Action Services’s Central Asia Division, who is responsible for relations with Uzbekistan.

Such activities as encompassed under the MoU will include the organisation of professional video conferences, training programmes and academic exchanges of professors, researchers, master students, for the purposes of education, long-term and short-term internship, educational-scientific practices and training, professional (educational-manufacturing, manufacturing, research, pre-graduation and pedagogical) practices both overseas and in Belgium.

Nazima Muratova & Axana Pozdnyakova.

After the signing ceremony I spoke with fellow journalist Nazima Muratova, who is now Vice-Rector in science and innovation at the Journalism & Mass Communications University, Uzbekistan, and one of the 10 signatories to the MoU.

The institution is a relatively new one, having been founded six years ago. It currently boasts more than 3,000 students.

I asked what percentage of graduates were able to go straight into employment?

I assume that as in most countries there is state media as well as private media. What’s the percentage of state owned compared to private media?

The following institutions have signed the memorandum:

1.Bukhara engineering-technological institute
2.Urgench State University
3.Andijan Machine Building Institute.
5. Mamun University
6. Urgench Ranch University Of Technology
7. Alfraganus University
8. Gulistan state pedagogical institute
9.Karshi engineering-economics institute
10.Bukhara state medical institute
11.Management Development Institute of Singapore in Tashkent (MDIST)
12.Samarkand State Institute of Foreign Languages
13.Institute of Retraining Pedagogical Staffs and Improving Their Qualifications under Uzbekistan state institute of Arts and Culture
14.Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Reseasch
15. University of Journalism and Mass Communications of Uzbekistan
16.Bukhara State Medical University after named Abu Ali ibn Sino
17. University of Digital Economics and Agrotechnologies
18. Kimyo international university in Tashkent

Read also – Shavkat Mirziyoyev: “the importance of strengthening cooperation in ensuring the security of Central Asia”

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