A new agreement between the Technical University of Moldova and the Politehnica University of Bucharest

The Technical University of Moldova and the Politehnica University of Bucharest have extended their collaboration on the Double Degree agreement.

Thus, during a meeting in Bucharest, carried out on November 18, 2021, Mihnea COSTOIU and Viorel BOSTAN, the rectors of the two higher education institutions, signed the extension of the Double Degree Agreement for the Master’s programs for another 4 years, including other new study programs in this agreement.

“I am glad to announce that, during yesterday’s meeting, I extended the partnership of the Politehnica University of Bucharest with the Technical University of Moldova. It is a partnership that targets both the Double Degree agreement and scientific research, as well as other essential elements for the proper training of engineers and their inclusion in the labor market. I thank univ. prof., Dr. Viorel Bostan, rector of TUM, for his openness, as well as Mr. Dinu ȚURCANU, vice-rector of TUM, and Horia NECULA, vice-rector of UPB, for facilitating this collaboration, which will help us offer more opportunities to students and researchers from the two countries”, underlined Mihnea COSTOIU, rector of UPB.

Horia NECULA and Dinu ȚURCANU, vice-rectors of the two universities, also attended the meeting, the vice-rector of TUM specifying that the signing of the agreement is “an important first step taken within a long-term collaboration with our strategic partners – UPB”.

„We signed the Additional Act to the Double Degree Agreement, through which the project of Double Degree for Master programs between TUM (Faculty of Electronics and Telecommunications) and UPB was initiated. Also, we have conducted fruitful meetings with the rector of Politehnica University of Bucharest, as well as other distinguished members of the UPB community. I appreciate the openness with which they always receive us and I hope that many topics discussed will be implemented within our partnership”, said Dinu ȚURCANU.

The parties have also addressed the collaboration between the two universities regarding topics for training in the field of technical higher education, scientific research, as well as other topics relevant to the training of engineers and the compliance of their abilities with labor market requirements.

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