Mahira Kadyrova, the Associate Professor of the International University of Tourism and Entrepreneurship of Tajikistan, visited the University of Management "TISBI".
Within the framework of a business trip Mahira Kadyrova became a guest of the University of Management "TISBI". Her visit was to find areas for mutually beneficial cooperation between universities of Russia and Tajikistan in the field of education and training.
On behalf of the University of Management "TISBI", the meeting was attended by Elvira Sadykova, the Director of the Institute of Service; Natalia Larionova, the Acting Head of International Relations Department; Ralina Shaikhutdinova, the Manager of International Relations Department; Yulia Rakhimzyanova, Senior Lecturer of Socio-Cultural Service and Tourism Department.
The aim of the meeting is to discuss the prospects for cooperation between the University of Management "TISBI" and the International University of Tourism and Entrepreneurship of Tajikistan, and conclude a Memorandum of Understanding, which will be of mutual importance and will contribute to improving the effectiveness of teaching, conducting scientific research, training and retraining of specialists, scientists and professors, academic mobility, etc.
Within the framework of the meeting, the possibilities and prospects for cooperation between universities were identified. The Parties expressed their desire to cooperate in various areas of educational and scientific activities, including the exchange of students, researchers, professors; the double degree program; the development and implementation of joint educational and research projects; the joint publication of the results of research activities; the exchange of scientific materials and information; as well as participation in academic courses, seminars, trainings, conferences and symposiums organized by either Party.
At the end of the meeting, the Memorandum of Understanding was signed with the aim of developing effective mutually beneficial cooperation in the above-mentioned areas and forming the basis for all envisaged collaborative activities of the Parties.