Baku Higher Oil School teachers visited Ruse University
The Chair of the Process Automation Engineering Department of Baku Higher Oil School (BHOS), Associate Professor Naila Allahverdiyeva and Senior Lecturer Suleyman Suleymanzade visited within Erasmus+ staff mobility programme Angel Kanchev University of Ruse to further strengthen the existing relations, explore opportunities for other potential areas of cooperation, and participate in the educational process of the Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Automation Faculty of the University of Ruse.
During the visit to the University of Ruse, Bulgaria, meetings were held with Rector, COR MEM, Prof. Hristo Beloev, Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs, Prof. Plamen Kangalov, Vice-Rector for International Cooperation and Institutional Erasmus+ Coordinator Prof. Juliana Popova, Vice-Rector for Continuing Education Prof. Plamen Daskalov, Dean of the Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Automation Faculty Prof. Mihail Liev, and Head of the Automation and Mechatronics Department Associate Professor Tsvetelina Georgieva.
An exchange of opinions was conducted on the issues pertaining to expanding collaboration with the Process Automation Engineering Department of Baku Higher Oil School, joint developing a Master’s Programme for the same specialization and launching a Dual Master’s Degree, and prospects of further cooperation were excessively discussed.
A 3D virtual tour of Baku Higher Oil School was presented to the academic and teaching staff of the Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Automation Faculty of the University of Ruse, featuring the equipped laboratories and computer rooms of the BHOS Process Automation Engineering Department, which followed by an extensive discussion. Then, laboratories of the Automation and Mechatronics, Computer Systems and Technologies as well as Electrical Power Engineering Departments of the University of Ruse were toured.
BHOS representatives also participated in the Forum on Digitalization of Education, which was hosted by the University of Ruse and attended by the Minister of Education of Bulgaria, Minister of Social Protection, President of the Academy of Sciences, and the university senior management and academic/teaching staff, to debate the challenges posed by the digital technologies.
As part of the Staff Mobility programme, a tour to the museums and historical places of the city of Ruse and interesting landmarks outside the city was organised.
Upon completion of the trip to the University of Ruse, BHOS representatives were awarded Certificates of Successful Participation in the staff mobility programme.