On the 3rd of October, a regular session of permanent Commission of NMAPE Academic Board on International Relations took place at the Academy. The representative of EuroMed Inc. Vitalina Redko attended the meeting and presented the Polish-Ukrainian project of academic mobility.
On the 3rd of October, a regular session of permanent Commission of NMAPE Academic Board on International Relations took place at the Academy. The representative of EuroMed Inc. Vitalina Redko attended the meeting and presented the Polish-Ukrainian project of academic mobility. Medical practitioners, students of medical universities will be able to take the opportunity of the project (read more at www.evromed.pl). The objective of the meeting was to expand the public and private partnership sector of the Academy. Thus during the year the representatives of educational companies will be invited to the meetings of the Commission to discuss the areas of cooperation.
Mrs Redko provided information on the trip programmes and their cost. Thus the cost of a two-week internship for students is 750 euros. The report aroused an active discussion among the audience.
Vice-Rector for International Relations and International Students Research and Training, Full Professor Olesia Hulchiy reported on the international agreements which were signed in June-September, 2017. The list includes the institutions of Kazakhstan, Macedonia, Germany, Palestine, Sweden. A great achievement for NMAPE in the aspect of academic freedom implementation was the admission to the Great Charter of Universities (Magna Charta Universitatum).
The Head of the Marketing Support Unit Kostyantyn Balashov provided information on the implementation of informational support concept. The report referred to the current state of updating the information on the departments on the official website, as well as the results of implementing the electronic document management system in the field of international and marketing activities. There was presented a draft of amendments to such normative acts as the Regulations on NMAPE Official Website and the Regulations on Marketing Support Unit.
The members of the meeting agreed on the necessity of expanding the English-language component of the website, creating and maintaining information pages in Russian and Turkish, as well as developing a single corporate style of the Academy.