Date of publication: 26 September 2019prev next
From September 16-18 Delegation from the University of Pula (Croatia) in the framework of the Erasmus+ program visited our University.
Professor Tea Golja, Dean of the Faculty of Interdisciplinary, Italian and Cultural Studies, gave a lecture for KIU students of the Faculty of Economics on a topic “Principles of Sustainable Development in Business”. She is as one of many international speakers continued a series of lectures, implemented for Bachelor and college students during the whole academic year.
Kazan Innovative University and University of Pula are long-standing partners. Mutually we implement projects in the framework of the Erasmus+ programs. The result of the first Grant was a series of international scientific and practical conferences, held under the auspices of the Faculty of Service, Tourism and Food Service Management under guidance of Dean, Elena Lavrentievna Matveeva, and scientific guidance of Deputy Dean for science, Kirill Sergeyevich Globov. Finally, a publication of mutual scientific monography was written in English that is dedicated to new challenges and development of the international tourism. Kirill Globov together with Professor Tea Golja acted as a scientific reviewer of the publication.
Besides, a mobility program, which was significantly expanded due to the second grant, was already launched during the first year of the project. Thus, in 2019-2020 of the academic year, a program of student and teacher’s mobility started to be implemented. Students of the Faculty of Service, Tourism and Food Service Management will go to the University of Pula for one semester in October 2019 with all their expenses for studying, accommodation, food and transfer covered by the Erasmus+ program. Kirill Globov will give lectures for students of the University of Pula during an autumn semester. , heade
Such a high level of the international cooperation became possible due to efforts of the Department for International Relations of Kazan Innovative University, headed by Ekaterina Igorevna Vracheva. Vice-rector for Economics and Strategic Development, Liliya Vladimirovna Vorontsova, carries out the general guidance and strategic development of the international relations at the University. Only during the first half of 2019 agreements were signed and large-scale international educational projects were implemented with partners in Poland, China, Croatia, Italy, Kaliningrad.
We are looking forward to meet our partners on KIU 25th anniversary and we hope to implement new mutual projects.