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Thursday, 11 April 2024, Munich, Free State of Bavaria: The Technical University of Munich (TUM) hosted a symposium on the topic “New stages of cooperation between Uzbekistan and Germany in the fields of education, science and industry”.

The event was organized by the Ministry of Preschool and School Education of Uzbekistan and the University of “New Uzbekistan” in cooperation with “TUM International GmbH” of the Technical University of Munich.

The symposium was attended by the Ministry of Energy from Uzbekistan, Uzbekistan Airways, Almalyk Mining and Metallurgy Combine, Navoi Mining and Metallurgy Combine and renowned industrial companies from Germany such as Siemens AG, Knorr-Bremse, Airbus, Deloitte, IT4IPM and Linde as well as leading scientists and experts in the field education, science and innovation from universities in both countries partook.

The Uzbek delegation of was led by the Minister of Preschool and School Education of Uzbekistan Hilola Umarova who also took part in the event.

The main goal of the symposium is to present the results and achievements of the New University of Uzbekistan, founded in June 2021 by decree of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, to become acquainted with the results of successful cooperation between the universities of our country and the Technical University of Munich and to identify new promising innovations in the field of education and science.

Hilola Umarova, Minister of Preschool and School Education of Uzbekistan.

The conference was opened by the Honorary President of TUM, Prof. Wolfgang A. Hermann, the Minister for Preschool and School Education of Uzbekistan Hilola Umarova and the Managing Director of “TUM International GmbH” Friederike Hettinger. The speakers spoke about the role of education in shaping modern society, about the prospects for innovation and development in the field of education, about the experience of introducing modern methods and technologies in the educational process, as well as about the tasks and prospects of mutual cooperation.

It was noted that the University “New Uzbekistan” is becoming a living example of reforms in education aimed at modern standards and innovations. The prospects for expanding cooperation between the universities of the two countries were also discussed, in particular the establishment of effective connections with scientific institutions and industrial companies in Bavaria.

As part of the event, lectures were given by leading scientists and specialists from both universities. Particular attention was paid to trends in science, education and production, promising projects, exchange of experiences, expansion of cooperation and establishment of new contacts.

Vice Rector for Academic Work of the University “New Uzbekistan” Bahadir Akhmedov provided detailed information about the extensive reforms in the education system using the example of the university.

The Uzbek-German symposium has developed into an important platform for intellectual exchange and the development of innovative ideas in science, education and business.

For further information 

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