UBT has established a partnership and signed a collaboration agreement with renowned Turkish university “Selçuk”08/01/2020
UBT is consistently broadening the network of partnerships with the most renowned academic institutions throughout the world, which aims to create students the opportunity increase their academic capacities as well as advance as far as their professional aspects are concerned. As a result, UBT has recently signed a collaboration agreement with the University of Selçuk. Actually, this is one of the most outstanding higher education institutions in Turkey.
The Memorandum of Understanding involves the establishment of strategic partnerships between the two parties and the strengthening of cooperation, including the exchange of students and staff, the exchange of professional experiences, the organization of conferences and research, mainly in the field of science.
The agreement was signed by the UBT Rector, Prof. Dr. Edmond Hajrizi and the Vice-Rector of Selcuk University, prof. dr. Hüseyin Kara.
Furthermore, Rector Hajrizi emphasized the importance of this memorandum of cooperation, where he said it is one of the most important partnerships established with international academic institutions.
Moreover, “The agreements concluded by UBT with international institutions reflect the institution’s willingness to strengthen cooperation with strategic partners in countries such as Turkey and beyond, which play an important role in creating opportunities for staff and student exchange. In this perspective it is worth emphasizing that such joint initiatives benefit both students and institutions, as they improve their research skills and bring together professional scientific expertise”, underlined Hajrizi.
Thanks to this agreement, students from both countries starting the next academic semester will be able to continue their studies at this university participate in interactive study visits and explore culturally diverse countries. Meanwhile, UBT has collaboration with 450 renowned universities around the world, mainly collaborating on research, science and innovation.