Cooperation with Slovak University of Agriculture continues

November 8, 2018

    Head of the Department of Stock Exchange Activity and Trade, Nadiya Reznik, visited Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra at the invitation of Dean Elena Gorskaya. The purpose of the visit was to get acquainted with the education and research activities, as well as new tendencies in the education services of Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra. Nadiya Reznik held a presentation about NUBiP of Ukraine, told about opportunities and advantages of the university, its 120-year history, and highlighted long and fruitful cooperation between the Ukrainian and Slovak universities.

  

     This year, students of the Faculty of Agrarian Management of NUBiP of Ukraine Mariya Reznik, Diana Kosenyuk, Natalia Sinytska and Mykola Gadupyak joined the double diploma bachelor program “International Trade in Agricultural Products” taught in English. The students will study both in Slovakia and Ukraine. The agreement between universities governs the full recognition of the structure, content and quality of teaching by both parties.

    Student of NUBiP of Ukraine, Diana Kosenyuk, invited future students to come to Ukraine, shared his impressions of education process, and talked about the opportunities and prospects after graduation from the Faculty of Economics and Management.
    Afterwards, there was a language training from the Chinese students who demonstrated the methods of quick language learning in the competition for the best selfie with the faculty talisman, Femik the lion.
    Elena Gorskaya familiarized the guests with the high-tech material resources of the faculty, in particular, with well-equipped educational laboratories. At the end of October, a unique for Central Europe laboratory for the study of consumers' needs was opened. The visitors had the opportunity to test a multifunctional table, which allows to check up to eight products at the same time. It is possible to capture face expressions, using turning cameras and changing the lighting. Such modern possibilities were demonstrated by Yakub Berchik - a scientist, who is interested in improving the decision-making process of purchasing consumer goods.

       A multifunctional IBM laboratory for seminars also impressed the audience, who were glad to have a rest at the Kaufland Relax Zone after a busy day.

Anna Slobodyanyk,
Senior Lecturer at the Department of Stock Exchange Activity and Trade
 

 


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