The rector of the Technical University of Moldova, prof. Viorel BOSTAN, considers that it is very unlikely that the new academic year will take place under standard circumstances, a hybrid scenario being still up for discussion, in which the student will show up in small groups only for participating in applied/practical activities, laboratory work, lectures for courses with a small number of students present in the classroom, the lectures for a larger number of students (100-200) being held online – these measures will also prevent the spread of the Coronavirus.

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The Administration of the Technical University of Moldova, in the person of the rector, prof. Viorel BOSTAN, and the secretary of the UTM Admission Commission, Radu MELNIC, expresses its admiration and gratitude for the 21 students from all 9 UTM faculties, who, in this very important period for the University, revealed a civic, collective spirit, but also a creative-engineering one, being fully involved in the activity of the Admission Commission, offering all the necessary support both to UTM academics and to admission candidates.

Indeed, the engineers trained at UTM contribute to the creation of the Future!

Today, the rector of the Technical University of Moldova, prof. Viorel BOSTAN, welcomed the vice-rector for International Relations and Extensions of the “Dunărea de Jos” University of Galați (UGAL), associate professor, Dr. Eng. Cezar BICHESCU, who paid a visit to Chișinău on the basis of the policy on consolidation of cooperation relations.

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According to CareerCast.com (USA), the Medical Bioengineer specialty ranks first in the top of the best jobs, taking into account income, growth prospects, work environment, stress and physical effort. Specialists in the field of biomedical engineering are the main link in the merging of medicine with technological advances in the coming years. Advanced procedures regarding health technologies are performed by multidisciplinary teams, including physicians and bioengineers.

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Did you know that microelectronics and nanotechnologies are two of the six key enabling technologies (KETs) that the European Union is developing in order to introduce them into industrial practice? Why? Because it plays an important role in the sustainability of the competitiveness and economic growth of each country. This will allow the EU to keep up with its main international competitors and achieve the goals of the Europe 2020 strategy.
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The ongoing transformation, modernization and renovation process at UTM focuses, this time, on the capital renovation of the amphitheater at the Faculty of Food Technology, which is intended to become a new academic attraction of UTM.

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“Our goal is to assure an optimal studying process for our students by providing the necessary modern conditions in classrooms, but also decent living conditions in dormitories”, said the rector of UTM, prof., Dr. Viorel BOSTAN, while inspecting the dorm no.12 of the University, where, currently, renovation works are being done in corridors, kitchens, rooms, bathrooms and engineering networks. Read more

Knowing how important study spaces are for students, including the recreation ones designed for the university community, the administration of the Technical University of Moldova is doing everything in their power to create an enjoyable atmosphere for extracurricular studies and activities.

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Two sessions of promotion of the eTwinning program entitled “eTwinning – European educational partnerships” were included in the agenda of the workshops of the National Digital Literacy Program for general education teachers, on July 29, 2020.

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The university professor, Dr. Oleg LUPAN, head of the Department of Microelectronics and Biomedical Engineering of Faculty of Computers, Informatics and Microelectronics, UTM, was selected, based on an international competition, as professor by courtesy at the largest university in the US – University of Central Florida (UCF), an innovative TOP10 university, according to US News & World Report.

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