On October 9, Matus Korba, the Vice Ambassador of the Slovak Republic to Ukraine, paid an official visit to our university. As a part of the visit program, the Vice-Rector of Science Valentyna Yakubiv met with a distinguished guest. The meeting was also attended by Vice President of the International Association of Slovak-Ukrainian Cooperation Myroslav Musii, Advisor to the Mayor of Ivano-Frankivsk, Chairman of the NGO “Scientific and Analytical Center” Roman Kharuk, Associate Professor of Department of Geography and Natural Science, Faculty of Natural Sciences of our University Roman Slyvka and others.
During the meeting, the Vice-Rector of the University Valentyna Yakubiv informed the Slovak diplomat about the activities of the Precarpathian University in educational and scientific areas, international cooperation with European universities, different project implementations and achievements of our teachers and students.
After the meeting, a round table “Ukraine-Slovakia: synergy of cooperation” was held with the participation of the Vice Ambassador of the Slovak Republic to Ukraine Matus Korba and leading scientists of the university
At the beginning of the meeting Valentyna Yakubiv stated that Precarpathian National University works closely with many educational and research institutions around the world (more than 60), including the United States, Asia and the EU. In this context, the Vice-Rector Valentyna Yakubiv focused on the cooperation with Slovak universities – Matej Bel University, University of Prešov, Pavol Josef Šafárik University.
The participants of the round table discussed the prospects for further development of the cooperation between the Precarpathian University and educational institutions of the Slovak Republic. The participants shared their views on academic mobility, implementation of joint projects and double degree programs.
During his stay at the university, the Slovak diplomat also visited the Center for Innovative Educational Technologies “PNU-EcoSystem” and got acquainted with its work.