Within the scope of the bilateral cooperation agreement signed in 2021, eight students from Kyrgyzstan International University received education at BUU Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences in the spring semester of 2021-2022 academic year.
Having finished their studies in the Department of Business Administration and International Relations, the students were received by BUU Rector Prof. Dr. Ahmet Saim Kılavuz.
YOUR ROLE IS IMPORTANT FOR A MORE EQUITABLE WORLD
Expressing the importance BUU attaches to internationalization, the Rector said that;
“Based on the existing exchange agreements with 403 international disciplines and 255 universities, we are making extended bilateral agreements (MoU) with the Balkans, Central Europe, Western Europe as well as with the universities of Central Asia, Africa and Islamic countries for the purpose of sharing information, projects and know-how. As a university that is a member of the Orhun exchange agreement within the scope of the Turkic Council, we are attracting the interest of many students from the Turkic world, in a period when visits from Central and Eastern European universities and scientific agreements continue and relations with the Turkic world increase. In this sense, we are very pleased with the interest of the Turkic world in Bursa Uludağ University. Our university is among the 20 research universities selected by YÖK and we conduct studies in 8 strategic areas. Therefore, our university is one of the leading universities in Turkey. We were very pleased to host you. Wishing you success, I would like to remind you of the importance of your role in creating a more equitable world by improving yourself."
Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences Prof. Dr. Derda Küçükalp stated that the guest students attended short-term courses in related disciplines and these courses were very beneficial for them.
Certificates of participation were handed over by BUU International Academic Relations Coordinator Prof. Dr. Bülent Şenay.
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