Currently, an important component of improving scientific and educational activities in the field of higher education in the Republic of Uzbekistan is a development of international academic exchange programs.
So, on October 28, 2019 in Tashkent branch of Plekhanov Russian University of Economics there launched the VIth stage of DAAD international project “Business ethics on the example of sustainable textile production”, in which participate universities from Germany – Dresden University of Applied Sciences, Jordan – German Jordanian University and Uzbekistan – Tashkent branch of Plekhanov of Russian University of Economics.
Within the framework of this cooperation, universities-participants of the project are actively involved in the exchange of faculty members who conduct lecture classes, workshops and seminars on relevant topics, as well as students actively involved in the development and implementation of case studies for the students on economic major.
During the meeting of the head of Tashkent branch of Plekhanov Russian University of Economics Academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan Abdurakhmanov K.Kh. with the coordinators of this international project there held signing ceremony of Agreement of Cooperation with German-Jordanian University (Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan). For these purposes, Dean of the Faculty of Management and Logistic Sciences of German-Jordanian University prof. Malek Alsharairi handed in Agreement of Cooperation, signed by the President of German-Jordanian University.
For students studying on all majors of education at Tashkent branch of Plekhanov Russian University of Economics there organized lecture classes and master classes, divided into four sections on various topics, which were conducted by representatives of universities participating in this project.
For students participating in master classes of first section on the topic “Personnel Motivation”, classes taught by Rene Tamm, professor at Dresden University of Applied Sciences, as well as project participants and students.
The second section, devoted to the topic “Workplace Safety”, was led by Ph.D. student of Dresden University of Applied Sciences Nils Dahne, and students from Germany and Jordan participated as well.
The third section was headed by Malek Alsharairi, MD, professor of German-Jordanian University, and students from Jordan, Federal Republic of Germany and Uzbekistan also took part in this section.
The fourth section was led by Simone Witte (Germany), and Waden Pena Ute – Birgit is Spanish teacher at Dresden University of Applied Sciences. The subject of this section was “Intercultural Relations”
Currently, work on organizing workshops and seminars, as well as thematic master classes for students and teachers is ongoing.