For the first time, the Technical University of Moldova is positioned among the top 25 universities in the ranking presented by U-Multirank in the “International Joint Publication” category (https://www.umultirank.org/university-rankings/top-performing-universities/2019/)
At the end of the continuous training courses of the wine-tasting experts in the field of quality evaluation of wines and alcoholic beverages, organized at the Department of Oenology and Chemistry of the Faculty of Food Technology, under the auspices of the Continuous Training University Center, 19 winemakers, representatives of the alcoholic beverage industry in the Republic of Belarus, have solemnly received certificates of wine-tasting experts.
The Technical University of Moldova (TUM) and the Polytechnic University of Bucharest (UPB) have taken a step forward in establishing a sustainable partnership through the Erasmus+ mobilities.
The Faculty of Textiles and Polygraphy hosted a soulful event on Friday, May 31st. The well-known art critic, professor, dr. in art studies, Constantin Spânu, who, since its establishment in 1995 (then, the Faculty of Light Industry), stood at the helm of this faculty for over two decades, came here to launch one of his latest works – the monograph “DECORATIVE ART in MOLDOVAN SSR”.
On June 1st, the students of the Theoretical Lyceum in the village of Brânza, Cahul district, had a special celebration. It became the first high school in Republic of Moldova to open a Planetarium, an initiative that belongs to the academician Ion Bostan, director of the National Center for Space Technologies of the Technical University of Moldova, who is originally from Brânza.
Today, on the 3rd of June, the rector of the Technical University of Moldova, Viorel Bostan, and the vice-rector of TUM, Dinu Țurcanu, met the representatives of the Polytechnic University of Bucharest (UPB) administration: rector Mihnea Costoiu and vice-rector George Darie.
Who measures the level of training of teachers in secondary and post-secondary vocational-technical education? And how do they do it? An objective evaluation involves competent assessors. How do we train them? TUM’s Continuous Training Center proposes the idea and successfully completes a 75-hour training for assessment specialists: 20 lectures and 55 practical hours.
Over 20 teachers of physics and astronomy from different high schools in Chisinau, Durleşti, Brânza (Cahul) chose to follow the continuous training program “Physics, Didactic of Physics and Astronomy”, organized by the Physics Department of the Technical University of Moldova.
During 20-24 May of 2019, Marcela Irovan, doctor and associate professor at the Technologies and Textile Manufacturing Design program at the Textiles and Polygraphy Faculty, TUM, has benefited from an Erasmus+ Key Action 1, under which was funded a teaching mobility at the University of Oradea, Romania, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Industrial Management, Department of Textiles, Leather and Industrial Management.