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Bialystok University of Technology signed a cooperation agreement with a university from India

Marta Kosior-Kazberuk presents the agreement with MSUB of India
Joint research projects and exchange of staff and students – these are the plans that Bialystok University of Technology intends to implement with Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda (MSUB) – one of the most important institutions of higher education and research in India. The agreement was concluded online on 12 March 2024.

– This is our next bilateral agreement on cooperation with a foreign university. We have many such agreements, but I hope that this one will be particularly active, because the initiative to sign it came from scientists who are already cooperating with each other, have good experiences and said that it was worth developing forms of cooperation. The document signed today will enable us to start applying in calls for international projects, it will also allow us to intensify the exchange of staff, students and doctoral students – says Rector of Bialystok University of Technology, Assoc. Prof. Marta Kosior-Kazberuk, DSc, PhD, Eng.

Scientists from Bialystok University of Technology actively cooperate with employees of The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda. This applies in particular to the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of Bialystok University of Technology, where this cooperation results in joint scientific publications. The contacts with the university from India, which have been ongoing for several years, are also expressed in academic exchange, most often short study visits.

The agreement will allow the continuation and strengthening of the actions taken so far.

The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda (MSU) is one of the most important institutions of higher education and research in India. The university is located in the city of Vadodara, in the state of Gujarat in western India. It consists of 14 faculties, which educate 46,000 students. The language of instruction is English. The interesting facts are: the Archaeological Museum operating on the MSUB campus and the astronomical observatory founded in 1939, which houses an 8-inch refractor telescope.

In the strategy of The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda we read, among others, ‘Knowledge is a necessity of man. It instils in him a desire to question and to investigate, which leads him on the path of progress… [that] can only be achieved by the spread of education. Cooperation is necessary to achieve any worthy end…’.


by mr