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Joint plenary session of the Section of Students’ Mobility and the Section of Foreign Languages took place during the 77th Scientific conference of young scientists, post-graduate students and students on April 11-12, 2011.

Joint plenary session of the Section of Students’ Mobility and the Section of Foreign Languages took place during the 77th Scientific conference of young scientists, post-graduate students and students on April 11-12, 2011.
Section working language was English. The head of the Section of Students’ Mobility Olena Klimova, International Science-educational Projects Sector Head.
The International Integration Projects and Academic Mobility Department Head Professor Yaroslav Zasjadko greeted the participants of the Conference.
The Head of the Section of Foreign Languages, the head of the Chair of Foreign Languages Galyna Cherednichenko presented information about importance of English for students, scientists, businessmen and industrialists in the modern world.
Food science programs director of Wageningen University (the Netherlands), Dr. Ralf Hartemink represented the leading European university providing training in food science. Professor Hartemink described all the aspects of the University’s activity and students’ life. NUFT students showed great interest in this presentation. They asked a lot of question to our guest and discussed the information.

7th Conference of the Association “High Educational Institutions and Food Industry Enterprises UkrUFoST”

On April, 4 2011 the regular 7th Conference of the Association “High Educational Institutions and Food Industry Enterprises (UkrUFoST)” took place.The Conference was dedicated to the issue of providing a further boost to the integration pace of the Ukrainian Universities teaching food science into the European community. It is known that reaching highest standards of the educational system in the countries-signatories of Bologna Declaration became possible within the framework of the Bologna Process. Unfortunately, in Ukraine the attention is focused on the formal issues of credit-modular system, evaluation of students’ knowledge within ECTS scale and also introducing the three-stage educational system.

Despite the importance of all issues mentioned above, they do not represent core values which are the main point of the integration process itself. Introduction of European qualifications framework at BSc and MSc, mutual recognition of separate courses, joint development of curricula and educational programs, concluding agreements with the European High Educational Institutions concerning obtaining double degrees – all these require consideration and resolution. These problems were the main points of the Conference.

Food science programs director, the inspirer and creator of the world greatest informational portal Food Info (www.food-info.net) Dr. Ralf Hartemink was present at the Conference as honorary guest-speaker. He represented Wageningen University (the Netherlands), the leading European university providing training in food science. In more than a two-hour presentation Professor Hartemink described all the aspects of the University’s activity as a European school training world level specialist. 

Interestingly, that food science department of this university qualifies 60-65 Bachelors, more than 200 Masters and 50 PhD students for all countries of the European community.

The work of the International Integration Projects and Academic Mobility Department was presented by the Department Head Yaroslav Zasjadko – UkrUFoST Executive Director and Olena Klimova – International Science-educational Projects Sector Head.

The audience was especially interested in presentations of the comparative analysis of the teaching curricular of four leading universities and our university. The results of the university’s activity in the sphere of forming suggestions concerning European requirements towards European framework qualifications of bachelor degree and master degree in the food science and engineering were reported by Galyna Polischuk – Milk and Dairy Products Chair Head, docent and the member of Ministry of Science and Education of Ukraine Methodology Committee.

Conference was a success. At the end of the Conference delegates considered some organizational questions.

 

 

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On April 4, 2011 cooperation agreement was signed by Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava – Romania and the National University of Food Technologies.


On April 4, 2011 cooperation agreement was signed by Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava – Romania and the National University of Food Technologies. With this Agreement the University Stefan cel Mare and the National University of Food Technologies intend to promote international scientific cooperation in the domain of academic education, training and research.

Rector, Professor Adrian Graur signed the agreement on behalf of the Stefan cel Mare University and Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Professor, Acting Rector Sergiy Ivanov on behalf of NUFT.

Within 19-26 March NUFT delegation took participated at the 2nd International Tourism Festival in Antalya (Turkey).







Within 19-26 March NUFT delegation took participated at the 2nd International Tourism Festival in Antalya (Turkey). Tourism and Hotel Business Department Head Darija Basjuk, Senior Lecturer of the same Department Svitlana Shulga, Associate Professor of Mathematics Chair Alla Tkachuk and Department students: Julija Bovkun, Oleksiy Bevz, Julia Mutc, Dmytro Lavrynenko, Irene Lisnichenko, Anton Poturgaev, Nika Prisjaznjuk, Marina Tkachenko and Ljubov Sheremet represented our University.

Delegates from the European countries, CIS, Russia, Turkey and Ukraine visited hospitable and sunny Turkey. There were 14 teams and more than 200 participants.

Festival schedule was event saturated and exciting, full of different contests and competitions, where future hotel and restaurant business specialists could share creative ideas, useful experience and make new friends.

The Project Contest was held at the ecological “Naturland Vocational Club” hotel that was created in the ecological park in Antalya. The topic of the Contest read “Modern Tendencies of Tourism Infrastructure Development”. Participants presented 18 projects. The project “Modern Tendencies of Tourism Development in Ukraine” has been presented by Julia Mutc, who won the 1st prize and project “Modern Tendencies of Tourism Development in Kiev” by Julia Bovkun won the 3rd prize.

Students also took part in the Photo Contest “Modern Tourism Eyed by the Youth”. Among the participants were Oleksiy Bevz, Nika Prysjaznjuk, Julia Mutc, Ljubov Sheremet. Our contestants won in different nominations and took 6 prizes.

The 4th festival day was the most emotional and thrilling. It was “The Adventure Race”. According to the conquest conditions, the task was to surmount 11 sports obstacles with difficult and unexpected missions. NUFT team won the 3rd prize.

Festival Hosts invited NUFT delegation to the Antalya Tourism Academy, where they had a brief excursion. Academy has a college which is licensed by the Ministry of National Education of Turkey and is accredited by the Educational Institute of Hotel Association of the United States, so that the students obtain a double diploma at the end of studying.

As the result of negotiations with the Academy Rector Zaferu Bikkengolu cooperation agreement between NUFT and Antalya Tourism Academy has been signed.

Two participants from our University were chosen best of the bests, and they get honorary certificates:
Julia Mutc has been granted a Summer Internship Certificate in one of the Antalya hotels.
Oleksiy Bevz has been granted a Rest Certificate in one of the Antalya hotels.

The festival promoted the development of international youth contacts, exchange of creative ideas and expands of students’ professional knowledge.


On March 22-23 Our University received the International Conference of Sugar Industry Specialists named “Beet Sugar Industry in The Conditions of national and world Markets”.

On March 22-23 Our University received the International Conference of Sugar Industry Specialists named “Beet Sugar Industry in The Conditions of national and world Markets”.

The Conference Organizers are Well-known both in Ukraine and abroad institutions, namely National Association of Sugar Specialists of Ukraine “UkrCUKOR”;

National University of Food Technologies and Ukrainian Scientific-Research Institute of Sugar Industry.

We were pleased to greet more than 700 participants from 11 countries. Among them are the Directors and Lead Professionals of Sugar Mills, Share holders and owners of agro holdings scientists.  

The greeting from the President of Ukraine was presented by the Advisor to the President Mr. Slauta V.

 
We met one of the honorary speakers to the Conference, Director of the Ukrainian Scientific-Research Institute of Sugar Industry, Doctor Vasylenko S, who is our graduate.

 

When answering the question of the impact of the Conference on the state of the Ukrainian Sugar Industry, Dr. Vasylenko S. voiced his opinion that undisputable the Conference became a milestone for the domestic sugar industry development, It has provided a wide field for the experience exchange, dissemination of know-how and forum for the Collegial discussions.

 

 


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