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Joint educational programs with universities of Barcelona will be available to medical students at the beginning of 2019

Joint educational programs with universities of Barcelona will be available to medical students at the beginning of 2019

Working meetings of the Directorate of the Institute of Medicine with colleagues from universities in Spain are coming to the end on expanding inter-university cooperation, sharing experience and best practices, coordinating projects of working cooperation programs and promoting the brand of the institute on the global market for educational services.

The delegation of the Institute of Medicine, headed by director Alexei Abramov, and colleagues from the University of Barcelona (156th place in the QS WUR) discussed options for cooperation between universities. The result of the negotiations was the signing of a working program of cooperation between the Institute of Medicine and the Faculty of Medicine and Health of the University of Barcelona. In particular, the agreement involves steps to create a joint master's degree program and residency in the specialty «Dentistry», as well as to develop and implement programs for the exchange of academic personnel to participate in conferences, lectures and master classes, joint scientific work. It is also planned to introduce annual student exchange programs in the summer school format on a parity basis.

During the visit, a number of meetings took place in order to develop cooperation with the universities of Barcelona, in one of which the Deputy Director for International Activities of the RUDN University Institute of Medicine Julia Guschina met with the representative of the international service of the University ESERP, sister of the Queen of Spain - Telma Ortiz Rokasolano. As a result of this meeting, were reached the agreements on the creation of joint programs in economic areas - MBA «Management in Healthcare».

Yulia Guschina also visited the Autonomous University of Barcelona, where were reached agreements on the creation of joint research projects in the framework of postgraduate education.
The signing of agreements and the launch of these programs is expected in the near future. The first group of exchange students will go to the University of Barcelona at the end of January 2019.

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