On January 26, 2016 a Roundtable “European Union – Eastern Partnership: cooperation in the field of education and science” is organized in CNUT.
The aim of the event: to identify priority areas of cooperation between Poland, Slovak Republic, Czech Republic, Georgia and Ukraine for 2016 in the field of academic mobility of students and scientific-pedagogical workers, scientific-research work and expansion of the network of international partnership between educational and scientific institutions.
Representatives of partner institutions are invited to participate in the Roundtable, in particular: Badri Gechbaia, Doctor of Economics, Head of the Department of Business Administration of Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University (Georgia); Ketevan Goletiani – Doctor of Technical Science, Dean of the Faculty of Logistics of the Batumi Navigation Teaching University (Georgia); Paweł Czarnecki – Professor, Rector of Warsaw Management University (Poland); Miroslav Kelemen, Professor, Rector of University of Security Management in Košice (Slovak Republic); Stanislav Szabo, Professor, Head of the Department of Air Transport of the Faculty of Transportation Sciences of Czech Technical University in Prague (Czech Republic); Miroslav Badida, Doctor of Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of Process and Environment Engineering of Technical University of Kosice (Slovak Republic) and Michal Varchola, Doctor of Sciences, President of the Academic society of Michal Baludansky (Slovak Republic).
Within the framework of the Roundtable the Agreement on the Establishment of the International Consortium of Educational and Scientific Cooperation will be signed. Apart from CNUT, the Consortium will include seven educational and research institutions of Poland, Slovak Republic, Czech Republic and Georgia. The united universities will cooperate in the spheres of research and teaching. The cooperation between academic institutions, which will be included in the Consortium, will promote the internationalization of education and development of academic mobility.
After the plenary session of the Roundtable a ceremony of awarding diplomas and awards of honorary doctors and professors of CNUT for contribution to the development of the international activity of the University will be held.