Academic and technological cooperation protocol was signed between our university and Kharkiv Polytechnic University (NTU "KhPI").The signatures were made by Our Rector Prof. Dr. Musa Yıldız and Kharkiv Polytechnic University Rector Prof. Dr. Yevgen Ivanovych Sokol.
The ceremony organized on 8th November of 2021 at Kharkiv Polytechnic University was attended by Our University Rector Prof. Dr. Musa Yıldız, Rector of Kharkiv Polytechnic University Prof. Dr. Yevgen Ivanovych Sokol, Vice Rector Prof. Dr. Ramazan Bayındır, Advisor to the Rector, Asst. Prof. Dr. Osman Dur, Kharkiv Polytechnic University Vice Rectors and Kharkiv Polytechnic University faculty member Prof. Dr. Veliyev Eldar.
Stating that they attach great importance to international cooperation as Gazi University, Our Rector Prof. Dr. Musa Yıldız mentioned that they have signed a protocol with Kharkiv Polytechnic University that includes the procedures and principles of educational, technological, academic and cultural cooperation.
By emphasizing that these studies will continue unabated and efficient results will be obtained for the two countries, Our Rector Prof. Dr. Musa Yıldız said, "Within the scope of this protocol, the exchange of faculty members, researchers and students can be done within the framework of legal legislation, as well as the preparation and development of the curriculums of academic units."
Kharkiv Polytechnic University Rector Prof. Dr. Sokol stated that coordination between Gazi Teknopark and NTU "KhPI" Science Park will be achieved with this protocol in order to support technological infrastructure. Additionally, Prof. Dr. Sokol stated that cooperation can be made in scientific publications and cultural activities within the scope of the protocol, adding that he was pleased with the cooperation established between the two universities.
The visit ended with the signing of the "Bilateral Cooperation Protocol and Erasmus Protocol" of the University Rectors and a visit to the units of Kharkiv Polytechnic University
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