From 16th to 20th December 2019, the University Cooperation Framework for Knowledge Transfer in Central Asia and China (UNICAC) held the third training module in the School of Mechanical Engineering, North-Western Polytechnical University (NPU). Participants included the University of Seville (US), the Tashkent University of Information Technologies (TUIT), the National University of Uzbekistan (NUUz), the Khorog State University (KhoGU), Institute of Economy and Trade of Tajik state University (IET TSUC), the Xinjiang University (XJU), the Northwestern Polytechnical University (NPU), and the Northwest A & F University (NWAFU). Professor Shuxia Wan, the project manager from NU, hosted the training module. Inmaculada Vivas and Miguel Angel Adame from the University of Seville coordinated the training.
During the five days of the training, all universities shared their approaches about the quality teaching. They presented the good practices and policies like joint international degrees and exchange students. One of the experts from US, introduced the good strategies and practical cases in his University like flexible length of schooling, online classes and full credit system. After that, all the members discussed the question about how to improve the quality of teaching and learning. Also, they discussed the academic university rankings.
It was a very enrichening experience where all partners had the opportunity of widening their knowledge!