The delegation of TNTU had the meeting with Polish partners

The delegation of the University headed by Rector, Sc.D., Professor, Merited Figure of Science and Technology of Ukraine,Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Petro Yasniy, Vice-Rector for Scientific and Pedagogical Work Stepan Diachuk, Vice-Rector for International Cooperation Tetiana Vitenko and Dean of the Faculty of Applied Information Technologies and Electrical Engineering Volodymyr Yaskiv visited partner universities in Czestochowa, Lublin and also “Ustronianka” and “Ruland” Companies, in order to extend cooperation with partners in the Republic of Poland.

The sides discussed prospective directions for expanding cooperation between universities, and also they exchanged experience in organizing the educational and scientific process, during the meetings. In particular, the possibility of expanding the student internships based on the firm “Ustronianka” and organizing a new practice base at the firm “Ruland” was discussed and memorandum of cooperation was signed. The topics of creating joint educational programs for masters and graduate students and conducting joint research programs for students and postgraduate students were discussed in Czestochowa University of Technology. Within the framework of the meetings in Lublin University of Technology, the topics of expanding the possibilities of one-semester study of students, double degree programs and three-month internships of teachers were discussed.

Let us recall that the University has been developing and maintaining cooperation with Polish partners for a long time. The cooperation between the University and company “Ustronianka” was started more than a decade ago and more than 450 students took internship in the framework of bilateral agreements. Collaboration with Lublin University of Technology is actively implemented within the framework of academic mobility programs, joint research is being conducted, joint articles are published in scientific journals that are part of the science-computer databases, and the holding of conferences with the participation of partner universities has become traditional.