Дата публикации: 25 Октября 2014ПРЕД СЛЕД
It has already been the second time when the delegation of the Institute of economics, management and law (Kazan) headed by the Vice-rector for economic affairs and strategic development Dr. Liliya Vladimirovna Vorontsova visited the Republic of Sri Lanka in the frameworks of the business trip.
It has already been the second time when the delegation of the Institute of economics, management and law (Kazan) headed by the Vice-rector for economic affairs and strategic development Dr. Liliya Vladimirovna Vorontsova visited the Republic of Sri Lanka in the frameworks of the business trip. The delegation also included the Dean of the faculty of Psychology Dr. Olga Vitaliyevna Grigoriyeva and the Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Psychology Dr. Nadezda Vladimirovna Vaniukhina. The aim of the trip was a participation in the agitation campaign which the IEML conducted in a partnership with the PATHE Academy (Colombo city, Sri Lanka) for foreign students attracting and the promoting of the program of distance education in Psychology.The delegation managed to run all action items. The meetings were conducted at the different levels with the Chief Minister of the Sabaragamuwa Province Mr.Mahiepala Herath, Minister of Education of the Province Mr.Bhanu Munipriya, directors of educational facilities, pupils and applicants. In the frameworks of the agitation campaign the press-conference was held as well which was transmitted on TV and published in local newspapers. The staff of our Institute was warmly welcomed by both the administration of the country and province and by students.
psychology, tourism and hotel business in the IEML. The representative of the College of Tourism announced that his students are too interested in higher education. The IEML is a very attractive Institute in this issue as except professional knowledge students study the Russian language and more and more Russian tourists visit Sri Lanka every year.The elder generation of Sri Lanka loves Russia especially. Many eminent persons of this state have received their education in universities of USSR. Our colleagues communicated with professors and heads of the institutes and universities of Sri Lanka with a big pleasure. Some of them speak Russian excellent. They keep very warm memories about their student years in USSR. All the meetings were full of friendly, kindly and warm atmosphere. Our colleagues from the PATHE Academy expressed a big wish to cooperate with the IEML in educational and scientific fields. At the end the delegation of the IEML visited the Minister of Education of Sri Lanka Dr. Bandula Gunavardhana. He admitted that sees a big potential in cooperation with the Institute of economics, management and law (Kazan) and expressed his aspiration in contribution our further cooperation.
Liliya Vladimirovna Vorontsova: “Partner relations with the PATHE Academy, located in Colombo, which head is a graduate of one of the largest medical university of Russia, were established more than one year ago at mutual scientific conference in the frameworks of the project ‘Leonardo Da Vinci”. The Institute of economics, management and law (Kazan) took part in the conference as well. Established relations between our institutions can become a great progressive push in development and increasing of quality of both countries and bring a unique experience exchange”.Doctor Sanjayadeve De Silva Munasinghe knows the quality of the Russian education perfectly and encourages his students, who study medicine in the PATHE Academy, to continue their education in the IEML. That is why the first program of higher education which will be mutually implemented in Sri Lanka between the PATHE Academy and the IEML is the program in Psychology.
Olga Vitaliyevna Grigoreva: “Such science as Psychology will be useful for future graduates both in their professional activities and in their personal development. It was good to hear that the Minister of Education of the Sabaragamuwa Province Mr.Bhanu Munipriya has promised a personal participation in a graduate employability, who will study in our Institute”.
Though the distance learning is not wide spread in Sri Lanka very well, the administration of the country, represented by the Minister of Education, with whom our delegation had an opportunity contact, confirms that our future lies in modern educational technologies.”
All educational programs of the Institute are worked out and implemented in accordance with the state and international standards and have already been recognized by many foreign universities-partners.
Nadezda Vladimirovna Vaniukhina: “Both parties are interested in cooperation, which will not be limited only be Bachelor programs. Presently we make active steps in organization of the courses for lecturers from Sri Lanka at the base of the IEML, who wish to professionally upgrade. We have more new interesting innovative and educational projects in our plans, which implementing the both sides are waiting with bated breath.”Despite on very intensive timetable of meetings and presentations, the IEML delegation was very satisfied by the work, which have been done and perspectives of cooperation with educational facilities of Sri Lanka, which were revealing.