Head of the international relations department
Babakhanova Zebo Abdullaevna
Ph. +8 (371) 244-77-26
Fax: +8 (371) 244-79-17
Manager of the international department
Saidazizova Nazokat Raxmatukkaevna
The Tashkent chemical-technological institute aspires to become one of the centers of the international educational and scientific relations. The international activity of institute is defined by its educational concept, and we consider the international cooperation as one of factors of the successful development.
The main activities of the international department are:
support of scientific, educational and business contacts to a number of the leading educational organizations and funds of Europe, USA, Far and Middle East and to CIS countries;
the organization of preparation of students, graduate students and teachers of university on various aspects of the international activity (including language preparation);
At us you can receive information on educational programs and grants, to learn about possibilities of student’s exchanges and the academic mobility, to find out what international events and meetings take place in institute, and also we will help you to make necessary papers for participation in the international programs and institute projects, for receiving the international grants and scholarships.
Our purpose – not only to consult you how to organize stay abroad, but also to render the effective practical help at each stage of process of participation in the international projects.
The Tashkent Chemical - Technological Institute cooperates with the following high educational institutions of the world:
The Great Britain, Open University
Spain, University Santjago de Compostela
France, , Institut National Politechnique de Toulouse (INP Toulouse)
Germany, University of Magdeburg
Germany, the Munich University of Technology
Germany, University of Gottingen Georg-August
Austria, Technical University of Vienna
Austria, Vienna University
Italy, University of Bologna
Poland, Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW)
Bulgaria, Sofia University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy
Latvia, University of Latvia
Norway, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
South Korea , Institute of Industrial Technology
South Korea, Hanseo University
People’s Republic of China, Lanzhou University of Technology
People’s Republic of China, Biology Institute of Shandong Academy of Science
People’s Republic of China, Institute of Automation Shandong Academy of Science
Republic of Belarus, Belarusian State Technological University
Russia, Russian chemical-technological University D.I..Mendeleev
Russia, Moscow state Academy of fine chemical technology named after M.V. Lomonosov
Now Tashkent Chemical Technological Institute with the participation of scientific researchers,professors and teachers has the next completing projects:
Job shadowing Week in Politecnico di Torino (PoliTO)
Turin, Italy, 9-13 of October 2017
Report of Zebo Babakhanova, Tashkent Chemical-Technological Institute
Job shadowing week allowed us to get acquainted with the structure of the university, to get knowledge about the opportunities created here for obtaining education at all levels - Bachelor's, Master's and Doctoral studies. Every day of this week was well and carefully organized by the authorities and responsible persons from PoliTO Flavio Canavero and Claudia Giordano.
During this week I have acquainted with:
- The areas of education and research in Politecnico di Torino;
- Organization of Doctoral School, activities of Doctorate candidates, information about regulations and history of ScuDo, about Courses for PhD candidates;
- Scholarships and other funding possibilities for PhD candidates;
- Quality and evaluation Department activity, procedure of evaluation of teachers, academic staff, study reasults and all University at final stage;
- International relations of PoliTo are wide and strong; a lot of attention is paid to international students and foreign citizens, as well as multilateral support for all types of mobility, from maintaining of language courses and informational support for these programs;
- Much attention in PoliTo is paid to supporting scientific activity. Interesting information was given by the head of Researchers Mobility Office about three types of internal project: fundamental research and talent development, collaborative and multidisciplinary research, internationalization of research. All of them are funded by local banking foundation. In contrary at Uzbekistan we have External science projects that funded by Government as for fundamental, applied, innovative or young researchers projects. As another type of funding of science and research activity we do have business contracts with industry.
Information about European Charter for researchers and code of conduct, EURAXESS, Researchers in Motion and opportunities for researchers was very interesting and usefull for me. Case studies of PhD candidates, especially involved in MSCA program shows us how active, well prepared and multylaterally developed should be the PhD candidate.
Most interesting for me was presentation about I3P Incubatore, Specializing Master and Lifelong learning School and Stage and Jobs Placement: the career service.
I3P Incubatore gives an incredible chance to put your ideas into practice and allows you to bring it to life, fully supports of your endeavors. Unfortunately in our institute there is no such experience, in this connection it would be desirable to study the structure and procedures provided by the incubator in details.
Lifelong learning School shows us a good example of adaptation of Higher education to the rapidly changing demands. At present, enterprises require graduates to have different skills, and these requirements change very quickly due to the rapid development of technologies. Particularly interesting from this point of view is the possibility of organizing the 1st level Specialized Master Program and 2nd level Specialized Master Program courses.
An online recruitment service provided by PoliTo is another good example to study and share. The availability of such system, which provides free of charge services to both students and hiring companies, facilitates the rapid and successful employment of graduates.
In conclusion, I can say that the Job Shadowing Week was very informative and allowed me to study the best experience, structure and positive aspects of the Politecnico di Torino University.