On August 8th, the National Assistance Bureau eTwinning Plus Moldova – the Technical University of Moldova, in partnership with the General Directorate for Education in Florești, held a seminar to promote the eTwinning program.
The eTwinning Plus National Assistance Office – the Technical University of Moldova – launches a selection call for teachers wishing to obtain the status of an eTwinning Ambassador.
Ecaterina DIUVENJI is a student in her 6th year at the Faculty of Urbanism and Architecture. She says she is proud that she chose to become an architect, because this specialty, settled on the border between art and science, allows her to express herself both from a creative and an engineering point of view, because the architect is an engineer, an artist, a creator and a thinker. In his hands lies the destiny of big cities and their architectural identity.
At the ground floor of the Râșcani campus, UTM will open a store of personalized products, where UTM brand pens, agendas, calendars, shirts and sweatshirts will be available. There will also be a fitting room, where the garments can be tried on.
The Technical University of Moldova strengthens its position as a leader in the educational market and in launching international projects of great impact. According to the results made public by the Executive Agency for Education, Audiovisual and Culture of the European Commission, UTM records 3 of the 4 Erasmus+ projects for Capacity Building in Higher Education (CBHE) selected for the 2019 edition, with the involvement of universities of the Republic of Moldova, having the role of the coordinator in one of them.
A major problem that university graduates face is employment in the work field. Here, we do not refer to the lack of jobs, but to the demands of the economic agents, in particular, the experience that they request from students. What should young people do over the years of their studies in order to be able to be more easily employed in their chosen field? Asked by Radio Sputnik Moldova, the answer was given by the vice-dean of the Faculty of Computers, Informatics and Microelectronics, Ana Biță-Țurcan.
Experienced designers and those at the beginning of their path, but also the admirers of handcrafted works, have the opportunity to watch how talent, artistic style and engineering mastery find their spotlight through expression in a series of works by UTM students under the aegis of knowledgeable professional mentors, their teachers.
Selected for the implementation of the project “Sustainable Industrial Development in the context of European integration” – within the Jean Monnet program promoted by EACEA – Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency, the team of authors from the Faculty of Economic Engineering and Business of UTM reveal the objectives, the steps to be taken and the importance of this project, which, for the first time, involves the Technical University of Moldova in carrying out an Erasmus+ project for Jean Monnet Activities.
EACEA made public the results of the 2019 selection under the Jean Monnet program. One of the projects selected is “Sustainable industrial development in the context of European integration”, submitted by Cornelia Crucerescu, PhD, associate professor, Faculty of Economic Engineering and Business.
In the morning of August 1st, the rector of UTM, prof. univ., dr. hab. Viorel BOSTAN, accompanied by the vice-rectors Larisa BUGAIAN and Dinu ȚURCANU, and the head of the International Relations Service, Carolina TIMCO, had a meeting with Mr. Jean-Claude MILLION, from the University of Strasbourg.