Ukrainian youth public organization “Heart to Heart” announces international trips
Ukrainian youth public organization “Heart to Heart” announces international trips to be held:
- the first one “I am European” - from 19 to 23 June 2016 following the route “Lviv – Poland – Lithuania – Lviv”;
- the second one - from 19 to 26 June 2016 following the route “Lviv – Poland – Lithuania – Latvia – Estonia – Finland – Lviv”.
The students and professors of our University can take part in the formation of groups. The costs of accommodation, food and transportation are provided for to be paid by the trip participants.
For more information contact the International Integration Projects and Academic Mobility Department, tel. 287-93-83.
The 7th and 8th of April 2016 saw our University staff greeting the NUFT honorary doctor, a well-known acknowledged scientist, Prof. Dr. Huub Lelieveld.
The 7th and 8th of April 2016 saw our University staff greeting the NUFT honorary doctor, a well-known acknowledged scientist, Prof. Dr. Huub Lelieveld. Prof. Lelieveld had been previously announced to have kindly offered to hold two public lectures for students and professors of the University on the following topics:
The title of the first lecture was «The use of the newest methods for storage, processing and preparation of food» (method of pulsating electric fields (PEF) and the method of ultrahigh pressure).
The topic of the second lecture was «The hygienic aspects of design and construction of food enterprises» (the choice of an optimal platform, sanitary equipment, sanitation, etc.).
It should be mentioned that nowadays these issues are the most crucial and urgent ones within the food technology field.
As far as the first lecture is concerned it should be pointed out that the discussed issues therein are not properly covered or covered only briefly at our University. And as for the topic of the second lecture, its exceptional role in the process of our students and professors’ acquaintance with the latest achievements of modern European science and technology is obvious.
In course of his presentation Prof. Lelieveld considered in detail the history of the technologies in question, the current situation in the field, as well as familiarized the audience with the relative equipment which is used in Europe.
The data regarding the mechanism of influence of both PEF method and ultrahigh pressure on undesirable microorganisms and, what is most interesting, the cell membranes, provided by our honorary lecturer was of particular interest. The illustration the use of PEF method to increase the yield of extracted substances from material after the application thereof drew the audience interest. The illustrations of the use of PEF technology for the direct cooking were even more exciting. Thus, the possibility to prepare roast beef within a few seconds seems to be fantastic.
Without doubt, the presentation regarding the hygienic aspects of food products will be useful for our students and professionals, as the EU ideology is known to have a priority in ensuring food security through prior respect for the highest standards of hygiene.
Enjoying the opportunity of his visit to the NUFT Professor Dr. Huub Lelieveld as the EFFoST Directorate member highly appreciated the state of University readiness to host the CEFood 2016 Congress and noted that it does not constitute any causes of concern.
In addition he undertook to promote the dissemination of information among his European colleagues to expand the range of CEFood 2016 Congress delegates.
Professor Dr. Huub Lelieveld met with the University’s rector Anatoliy Ukrayinets. During the meeting they discussed plans and prospects of the NUFT cooperation with the European associations as well as outlined the ways of its further integration in the scientific and educational sphere.
Academic mobility Tomas Bata University (Zlin, Czech Republic)
Another stage of the academic mobility program within the framework of agreement between the National University of Food Technologies and the Tomas Bata University (Zlin, Czech Republic) is in progress. Natalia Kravchenko and Maria Hrytsevych, the students of the faculties of “Meat and Dairy, Perfumery and Cosmetics products” and “Bakery and Confectionary Production”, are studying the following disciplines: “Methods of Microscopy”, “Natural Polymers”, “Process Engineering I”, “Gastronomic Technology I”. In the course of studying the disciplines in question they have the opportunity to grow organic polymers in the laboratory, determine their structural and mechanical properties, and obtain skills of exploitation of the electron microscope with the statistical processing of the analysis results. At the same time they are mastering the basics of design and development of the food industry enterprises, studying the gastronomic technologies along with the modern rapid methods of food quality determination.
The 5th of April saw the 3rd Edition of International Festival of Tomas Bata University in Zlin, which is annually held to improve the internationalization of higher education among students from different countries. Our students adequately presented our University and the national Ukrainian traditions; in particular, they performed Ukrainian songs and dances, cooked national dishes – dumplings and cottage cheese pancakes, prepared a multimedia presentation of our University. Their persistent efforts led to the desired victory in the festival, and our warm gratitude to them for that.
The 4th and 5th year students of the course 6.051701 “Food Technology and Engineering”, who want to receive up-to-the-minute knowledge in the field of food technology and instrumental methods of investigation, are welcomed to take part in the next stage of academic mobility providing the studying in the Tomas Bata University (Zlin, Czech Republic) in the autumn term of 2016. According to the requirements of the University in question the students have to be able to speak English at the Pre-Intermediate level and execute the necessary documents via the University electronic system Portal TBU not later than June 1, 2016. The paperwork requires harmonization of curricula, the development of individual plans for students, registration via the electronic system Portal TBU and sending the original documents to the University of Czech Republic takes time.
For more information contact the International Integration Projects and Academic Mobility Department – project coordinator Natalia Chapel. Tel.: (050) 351-40-96; e-mail: email@example.com
National University of Food Technologies “Erasmus +” project is in Operation
Within the implementation of the academic mobility project “Erasmus +” no. 2015-1-PL01-KA107-016310, which is the first project of such kind in the history of National University of Food Technologies Project and is being conducted between:
Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, People's Republic of China;
Ningbo University, People's Republic of China;
Caucasus University, Georgia;
Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University, Georgia;
National Technical University, Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute, Ukraine,
and The University of Szczecin, Poland, as the coordinator,
and our university Polina Vasilenko, the 3rd year student obtaining major in management at the management and business administration department, and Julia Mikitsyura, the 5th year student obtaining major in marketing at the marketing department, are on internship provided by the University of Szczecin within the period from March 1 to July 6.
Training provided for our students within the framework of the foregoing program constitutes a grant with full coverage of both the transport and accommodation costs and receiving a monthly scholarship. Polina Vasilenko obtains a bachelor’s degree studying the following disciplines during academic semester, such as: Human Capital Management, Business Globalization, Business Negotiations, Consumers Behaviour, Corporate Economics, Customer service, Modern Management, Marketing Management, as well as a individual 6-credit-course of professional Polish language, which is not included in the main program. Julia Mikitsyura obtains a master’s degree studying the following disciplines during the academic semester, including: Advanced Public Finance, IT Outsourcing, Market Behaviour of Consumers, Marketing Management, Modern Management and the individual 6-credit-course of professional Polish language, which is not included in the main program.
The project operation expires in 2021. Thus, students obtaining training under the "Management" course within the "Management of organizations" specialty, "Marketing" course and specialty, and " Environmental science and protection and harmonious nature management” course and specialty have the opportunity to become members of this program.
The vice-rector for scientific work, prof., doctor of Economics, Tatiana Mostenskaya representing the National University of Food Technologies is the coordinator of “Erasmus +” project no. 2015-1-PL01-KA107-016310. The implementation of this program required significant efforts, first of all, in the harmonization of curricula and the formation of individual educational process schedules and curricula for our students. We are much obliged to the project coordinators Tatiana Mostenskaya, Larisa Arsenyeva, Vladimir Yarovoy, Oleg Sheremet, and Irina Fedulova for the prompt addressing these issues.
To achieve the opportunity to study under the abovesaid program in autumn of 2016, interested students shall have not lower than B2 English language level certificate, good academic performance and publications. According to the procedure, all the required documents shall be submitted no later than April 20 to the deputy project coordinator Alexandra Ralko. In case of any questions on internship and training, please, feel free to contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org).