BSTU signed a cooperation agreement with Mogilev State University named after A.A. Kuleshova

September 20, 2018 at the Belarusian State Technological University, university rectors Igor Voitov and Denis Duk signed a Cooperation Agreement between the Belarusian State Technological University and Mogilev State University named after A.A. Kuleshova.

Within the framework of the agreement signed with the aim of developing relationships in educational, scientific, technical and innovative activities, it is envisaged between universities to conduct joint scientific research fundamental and applied work on the basis of scientific centers and laboratories.

During the meeting, the rectors exchanged views on the prospects for cooperation between universities, discussed the problems of higher education, and identified specific activities for the near future.

BSTU Rector Igor Voitov proposed D. Dooku to hold a meeting in December this year to develop an action plan for the implementation of projects in conjunction with a number of industries.

Discussing this proposal, the rector of Moscow State University. A.A. Kuleshova Denis Duk noted that today doing science out of production is a road to nowhere, and expressed the hope that joint activities in the field of exact sciences will be mutually beneficial for both universities.

Mogilev State University A.A. Kuleshova has a long-standing scientific and educational tradition. It was founded in 1913. as a teaching institute. During the years of work at the university, a strong physics and mathematics scientific school
was created. President of the Republic of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko is a 1975 graduate of the Faculty of History. At that time, the competition for the Faculty of History was 8 people per place. In the 80s, the university became three times the winner of the socialist competition among pedagogical universities of the Soviet Union. The banner of the winner of the socialist competition is currently kept in the university museum.

Text: Dobrokhotov A.Yu. Photo: Olya Khoma