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24 December 2021 ã.

The agreement on academic and scientific cooperation between BSMU and Nagasaki University has been extended for five years

The agreement on academic and scientific cooperation

Nagasaki University (Japan) is one of the main foreign partners of Belarusian State Medical University. Scientific and academic cooperation between the two educational institutions has been developing fruitfully for 30 years in the following areas:

development and strengthening of cooperation in the field of student exchange (practical training of Japanese students at Belarusian State Medical University);

participation in international symposia organized by Nagasaki University;

lectures by university staff on health issues relevant to the two countries;

cooperation in the joint preparation of scientific articles and publications devoted not only to medical current issues, but also to education and healthcare modern trends to be published in medical journals of our universities.

Within the framework of this cooperation, in early December, Belarusian State Medical University was visited by Mr. Jumpei Takahashi, Deputy Head of Nagasaki University Representative Office in the Republic of Belarus (Japan). The purpose of the visit is to extend the Agreement on Academic and Scientific Cooperation with Nagasaki University, as well as to discuss the plan of academic and scientific cooperation for 2021-2022.

The guest was received by Professor Sergey Rubnikovich, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Rector of the University. The meeting was also attended by Professor Vasili Roudenok, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Vice-Rector for International Relations.

Student exchange is an important part of BSMU international activities. University actively supports the student exchange program with Nagasaki University in the framework of the current agreement. The program increases the prestige of our university among foreign partners, and also contributes to the development of its educational activities taking into account global trends.

In 2020-2021, due to COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, all student academic mobility programs were paused. The parties discussed the possibility for practical training of Nagasaki students at Belarusian State Medical University in February 2022, and also discussed the BSMU candidate preparation for a master's degree training in radiation medicine at Nagasaki University.

In continuation the participants also talked on inter-university cooperation in the field of radiation medicine for 2022. In particular, they discussed a course of lectures in online format in February next year for students and teachers on radiation medicine and medical care for victims of radiation exposure.

The main outcome of the meeting was the extension of the Agreement on Academic and Scientific Cooperation between Belarusian State Medical University and Nagasaki University for 5 years.

The parties expressed confidence in the continuation of the same fruitful and successful cooperation between the two educational institutions.

Author: Anastasia Karnacheva, methodologist of BSMU Department of International Relations;

Photo by Dmitry Zelenkovsky;

Translation: Anastasiya Karnacheva.


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