EKSTU participated in an online meeting with leading researchers from the Colorado School of Mines headed by the Vice Provost John Bradford.
The meeting participants discussed questions of further cooperation, the foundations of which were laid during the business trip to the United States in September of this year. At the end of the online session, specific agreements on signing a memorandum on the exchange of masters and doctorate students as well as researchers were achieved.
An agreement on joint preparation of applications for American funds was also reached. In addition, the participants discussed the details of a collegial visit to EKSTU, to explore opportunities for further cooperation. The foreign colleagues demonstrated great interest in our research in the fields of geology and IT technology. They also appreciated opportunities of using big data.
This is a result of long and laborious work with this university. It holds top positions in the QS Subject Rankings and is a leading university in the field of geology and mining.
They are willing to visit our university despite the harshness of the weather conditions of East Kazakhstan.