The main result of the project is a joint curriculum, developed and implemented. The consortium of the project includes seven Kyrgyz and three European universities and what regards the TSU, the study programme “Health Informatics and Biomedical Engineering”, was successfully launched during the project with more than 20 students enrolled in study year 2018/2019. Favorable learning conditions have been created for them, in particular, the tele-teaching infrastructure is equipped with modern equipment, computer equipment and measuring and diagnostic devices for practical and laboratory classes. Also, within the project more than 25 TSU teachers completed advanced training courses in Germany, Romania and Croatia.
During the final Workshop at Talas State University on 11 April 2019, the rectors of the Partner Universities signed the relevant Cooperation Agreements and set up mutual collaboration for sustainable development and future cooperation.
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