Samarkand Institute of Veterinary Medicine, Uzbekistan
On June 25-26, on the initiative of the Erasmus+ PAWER project, the Samarkand Institute of Veterinary Medicine hosted a number of international collaborations staff members from 14 universities from 4 central Asian countries.
During the meeting, Prof. George D. from the Middlesex University of London presented the policy and practice of the university’s academic mobility and full recognition of credits developed by the University as a result of the participation of Erasmus + PAWER Project. The PAWER representatives touched upon the flexibility of the curriculum and the creation of flexible credit programs, highlighting the full introduction and accrual of the academic credit accumulation and transfer system as a precondition for the preparation of competitive professionals for the labor market. In the range of problematic issues, participants have also highlighted the calculation and awarding of credits. Within the framework of the topic various issues were addressed related project issues and the participants shared their views and conducted an active discussion. Notable, the project members also touched upon the main factors that make students an incentive to participate in international exchange programs among Central Asian universities.
Our university has presented by the head of Department of Economy Prof. Abdurahmonov F. and senior lecture of the faculty of Customs and Trade Mr. Nurmuhammadi A.
At the end of the meeting, the participants have been awarded with certificates by the national representative of the “PAWER” project Prof. George D, from the Middlesex University London