The USUE delegation visited Dunaújváros University (Hungary) to agree on specific areas of cooperation. During the visit, Vice President for Academic Affairs Sergey Rogozhin was awarded the title of Honorary Professor of the University of Dunaújváros for his work for cooperation between the universities.
For USUE, this was a return visit. October 11, Rector of the University of Dunaújváros Istvan Andras met with management of the University. Hungarian colleagues became acquainted with the University and agreed on establishing horizontal links.
"Now both parties should decide on teachers in the field of food technologies and draw up a special mobility program. We will try to get funding for this program from the EU to be able to visit each other and exchange experience," Sergey Rogozhin said.
Hungary is famous for its success in the food industry, including training specialists. "We have interesting findings because we are monopolists in the large-scale training of personnel in the interests of food industry. There are only technical points that universities should settle to launch programs of cooperation," USUE Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs said.
Today students from 32 countries of the world are studying at the economic university, and this number is growing. Currently, USUE has 109 agreements on international cooperation with foreign institutions. Inter-university agreements have been signed and are being implemented with educational institutions of 29 countries, including universities in Europe and Asia.