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International cooperation


Group for specialists of external relations departments and international offices. Participants can add useful and simply interesting materials, create discussions on professional issues and topics.
Topics: International Cooperation, Science and Education, Documents
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The Third MENA Higher Education Leadership

Strengthening the Dialogue between Higher Education, Government and Industry: Working Together Towards a Common Vision, 14th - 16th November, 2017

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Visiting the NSTU

Representatives of the Novosibirsk State Technical University visited the D. Serikbayev East Kazakhstan State Technical University.
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Russia and Slovakia are strengthening cooperation in education and science

Russia and Slovakia are strengthening cooperation in education and science Press-service Minobrnauki of Russia



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В Челябинске открылся Форум ректоров России и Казахстана

Впервые за всю историю проведения регионального Форума в рамках встречи двух президентов выбрана тема образования и человеческого капитала.
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Visit of the FRG ambassador to D. Serikbayev EKSTU

Working visit to the East Kazakhstan region of representatives of Germany
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Israeli universities expand partnerships in Asia

Israel has long been known as home to one of the world’s leading science and technology hubs and its universities are actively involved in international collaboration all over the world. Now, Israeli universities consider Asia as the preferred location for their researchers’ global partnerships. Read more to know about the prospects for Sino-Israeli scientific cooperation.

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Study finds many European academics are reluctant to teach in English

In recent years, internationalization of higher education has significantly increased the demand for teaching in English at European universities. Nevertheless, there is strong resistance to the language shift from some academics. The students, however, increasingly appreciate it. What forces drive European universities toward English and why would some faculty members object to teaching in it? Read more to find out.
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Promoting ESL Education as a Route to Further Study for International Students

In recent years, the demand for English language programs as a route to further study has been increased. International students seeking academic progression find English language education very important. Read more about ESL programs, ESL providers’ activities, and strategies for attracting prospective ESL students including digital marketing strategies.

Cristina Parulava 0
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