Posted: 23.04.2024 13:46:00

BNTU agreed to sign co-operation agreement with University of Mumbai

The Belarusian National Technical University (BNTU) delegation took part in the Spring 2024 edition of Education Worldwide India Education Fairs in Delhi, Mumbai (Republic of India) – as reported by the educational institution’s media centre


The BNTU delegation included Head of the Centre for the Development of Engineering Education and the Organisation of the Educational Process Tatiana Kanashevich and Deputy Head of the Department of International Marketing of Educational Services and Work with Foreign Students at the International Co-operation Faculty Veronika Lyutarevich.

“As part of the expo, the BNTU educational and scientific potential was presented, consultations were held with interested parents and applicants, and contacts were established with recruiting companies to organise further interaction in the field of attracting Indian citizens to study at BNTU,” the university noted.

During the business visit, Tatiana Kanashevich and Veronika Lyutarevich, together with the Consul General of the Republic of Belarus in the city of Mumbai, Aleksandr Matsukov, visited the University of Mumbai. According to the university media centre, during the meeting with representatives of the university administration, the parties outlined prospects for bilateral co-operation in the implementation of joint educational programmes, the organisation of inter-university exchange of students, graduate students and teaching staff, the work of summer schools, as well as in the realisation of joint scientific projects.

The media centre recalled that currently BNTU has signed ten co-operation agreements and four agreements on the implementation of joint educational programmes with India’s higher education institutions, with three agreements currently in the process of being worked out. The Belarusian side raises the issue of using scientific potential to further improve the level of education as one of the main goals of fruitful co-operation with India.

“As a result of the visit to India, agreements were reached to sign a co-operation agreement with the University of Mumbai in the designated areas, as well as co-operation agreements with five Indian recruiting companies,” BNTU said. “Moreover, this visit will help promote the BNTU brand in the Republic of India, develop inter-university interaction and attract Indian citizens to study at BNTU.”