Designated as an eTwinning Plus National Assistance Office for the implementation of the eTwinning program in the Republic of Moldova in 2019, the Technical University of Moldova organized a second eTwinning Initiation Seminar on June 11th.
When you graduate with your own innovative book, the bachelor’s exam becomes an occasion for expression. This is also the case for graduates of the 2019 class of the study program “Design and Polygraphic Technologies”, who presented their projects publicly, aiming to come with aesthetical, constructive and technological solutions for a variety of typographic products.
The Faculty of Economic and Business Engineering (FIEB) has delivered a new class of 20 master students (4 – from EAI 120 specialty, 4 from AA 90 and 12 from AA 120). The master’s programs at FIEB provide graduates from different specialties with a thorough economic and managerial training and opportunities to advance in leadership positions.
Today, the Technical University of Moldova, designated as an eTwinning Plus National Assistance Office to implement the eTwinning program in the Republic of Moldova since 2019, has organized an eTwinning Initiation Seminar.
Teams of experts in the field of higher education reformation from 25 Erasmus+ member countries gathered today at Tekwill to discuss a topic of great importance: mechanisms for recognition of qualifications and international mobility strategies. The International Seminar “Recognition: Implications for cross-border access to higher education and mobility” is under the auspices of the SPHERE Consortium and the Erasmus + National Office, in partnership with the Technical University of Moldova.
Ana Mereacre, graduate of the Faculty of Economic and Business Engineering, gr. BA-161, successfully framed and presented her thesis, entitled “Diagnostic analysis of the commercial activity at the company “VADELICONSTRUCT” SRL. Measures of improvement”, under the guidance of the scientific guide Alina Stratila, PhD, prof. at the Department of Economics and Management of the Faculty of Economic and Business Engineering,
Four years ago, Mihai Janu chose to continue his studies in clothing design at the Textile and Polygraphy Faculty of the Technical University of Moldova. Excelling in his studies, but also in pursuing the career of a designer, by achieving a remarkable success in displaying his clothing creations on catwalks, he says that he is proud and happy that he made this choice.
TUM is now in the middle of the most challenging period – thesis presentations. Day by day, dozens of students of different study programs, departments and faculties share their diligence, ingenuity and innovative spirit through their works.
The fruitful work of the Continuous Training Center (CFC), recently acknowledged by the TUM Senate, seems to have taken on a new magnitude. After just over a quarter of a century, CFC is on a new path, giving new notions to the continuous training process as part of lifelong learning.
The Z-Generation Contest is already at its second edition, and this time, the number of participants increased considerably, proving that we have numerous talented and inspiring young people, motivated to create even in their home country, Moldova.