January 8, Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with one of the leading colleges of South Korea, Ajou motor, training specialists in the automotive industry.
Memorandum of cooperation was signed by the president of the college "Ajou motor" Shin Sung Ho and the rector of the Turin Polytechnic University K.Sharipov.
Within the framework of the memorandum, an agreement was reached on cooperation in training and innovation in several areas of the automotive industry. In particular, as part of the development of innovative start-ups, the parties agreed to cooperate in such areas as vehicle design, architecture, control system, electronics, diagnostics and navigation of main lines.
The Memorandum provides for the exchange of cadres: teachers and professors, as well as students of the university and college. In addition, the parties planned the organization of official trips and joint international conferences.
After signing the memorandum, the leadership of the Korean delegation met with the chairman of Uzavtosanoat. Issues of application of Korean practice in educational institutions of Uzbekistan were discussed. In addition, issues of the development of the 2-year curriculum of the education system in professional colleges were considered, which are envisaged to be transferred to Uzavtosanoat.
In addition, the Korean delegation visited the Tashkent Polytechnic Museum, the Uzavtosanoat training ground in Pskent, and the GMPT enterprise.
College Ajou motor, created on the initiative of the Korean company Daewoo, makes a huge contribution to the development of the automotive industry of South Korea. An educational institution that trains specialists for companies such as Hundai, GM Deweo and Kia Motors, is located in the center of the country where the automobile industry is developed. To date, the educational institution is working on the creation of hybrid, intelligent and electric vehicles.