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The Royal Netherlands Academy for Arts and Sciences is now accepting nominations for the Heineken Prizes 2016

 

 

The cooperation Agreement between the University of Occupational Safety Management in Katowice (Poland) and the National University of Food Technologies

    

 

The cooperation Agreement between the University of Occupational Safety Management in Katowice (Poland) and the National University of Food Technologies was signed. The purpose of this Agreement is the "Double Degree" Project.

 

 

International Relations of NUFT

    

 

On June 25, 2015 our University received a Polish delegation from the University of Labour Safety Management in Katowice (Poland). The delegation was headed by the Chancellor of the University in Katowice, Professor Malgorzata Sikorski.

 

The Polish delegation visited (the visit lasts from 28 May to June 25) our University to discuss the "Double Degree" Project. On June 25 we signed the Cooperation Agreement between the National University of Food Technology and University of Labour Safety Management in Katowice (Poland). Anatoly Ukrainets, Rector of NUFT, was represented by Vice-Rector for Scientific Work Tatiana Mostenskaya, Vice-Rector for International Relations and Integration Jaroslaw Zasyadko, Head of the Tourist and Hotel Business Department Daria Basiyk, Head of the Section of International Associations of the International Integration Projects and Academic Mobility Department Iryna Volovik. This Agreement will allow our students to obtain a European diploma and a Ukrainian state diploma.

 

Master's programs within the Project:

"Management"
"Personnel Management and Labor Economics"

"Tourism Studies"

"International Management".

 

The possibility to obtain such Diplomas will open new horizons in higher education for our students.

 

 

June 22, 2015 Rector of the National University of Food Technologies Anatoly Ukrainets had a meeting with Vice President of World Federation of UNESCO Clubs

June 22, 2015 Rector of the National University of Food Technologies Anatoly Ukrainets had a meeting with Vice President of World Federation of UNESCO Clubs, Centres & Associations for Europe & North America, President for UNESCO of Piraeus & Islands Mr. Ioannis Maronitis (Greece) and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Center for International Relations of Ukraine, Director of N.EKS TUR Valentyna Neborakivska. The purpose of the meeting was to establish links between NUFT and funds for the participation of our students in Greek projects. Our University was represented by Vice-Rector for International Relations and Integration Jaroslav Zasyadko and Vice-Rector for Research and Educational Work Larysa Arseniyeva. Since student projects were the main agenda of the meeting, the newly elected Head of the Student Government Chikezov Vitaly and Deputy Head Maksyuk Anastasia acted for our students.

 

Mr. Maronitis informed University Administration about programs carrying by the UNESCO Greek Center. The main purpose of their carrying is to provide for students from many countries the opportunity to exchange their own world view and share their vision of their own national culture, food and traditions. The first project involved more than 5 thousand participants from Romania, Bulgaria, Russia and Estonia. According to the founders and performers of the project - our Greek colleagues - the main impression from the first project was that we all - children of Europe, all of us, and especially young people, share common European values, Europe is our common home. Rector of the University said that the University has every reason to become a key player in these projects. Because branches and separate divisions of our University are located in almost every region of Ukraine. In this connection Anatoly Ukrainets stressed that the representatives of our Student Government should form a number of perspective plans of such events and provide them for consideration to our Greek partners. He also noted that there is a need for the signing the tripartite agreement on the establishment of Ukrainian-Greek projects.

 


The second round of applications for International Credit Mobility is now open!

 

Attention!

The second round of applications for International Credit Mobility is now open!

The second round of applications for International Credit Mobility is now open. As announced in May, most National Agencies are opening a second round of applications under the 2015 call for International Credit Mobility.

Participating National Agencies include Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, Finland, France, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, and the United Kingdom.

This second round of applications will close on 24 September 2015 at 12:00.

More information

 

 

 


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