Tripartite negotiations in Wroclaw
The next stage of negotiations on establishment of a tripartite Master program in the form of network between Saint-Petersburg State University of Economics, Wroclaw University of Economics and School of International Studies of Dresden University of Technology took place in December.
Director of International School of Economics and Politics Natalia Burova and professor Grigoriy Feygin were representatives of Saint-Petersburg State University of Economics. Vice-rector of international relations Borislava Drelikh-Skulska, professor Artur Klimek and docent Johanna Koschar participated in the negotiations from the side of Wroclaw University of Economics. International higher school of Zittau, the subdivision of Dresden University of Technology, was represented by professor Stefan Eckert, public relations and international projects specialist Oliver Tettenborn and assistant of Dresden University of Technology Markus Dittfeld.
The main idea of a new project is to implement the intake of international students from Russia, Poland and Germany, who will study during a semester in each of partner universities within this Master program. Contents, mission, goal and objectives of the program were considered during negotiations. Special attention was paid to issues of international diplomas verification in Russia and accommodation of students in each country and partner university.
Negotiations resulted in establishment of memorandum of intensions and elaboration of the next steps of development of this international educational project.