Students of the Vinnytsia National Technical University: Anton Mazur, Olga Korol, Marina Darvisheva, Victoria Voight and Olena Bazalytska successfully defended their master's qualification work in Politechnika Lubelska
The first 13 students of our university, who debuted at Lublin University of Technology under the program "Double Degree" has already begun to defend their final theses.
The first ones and who got an "excellent" mark during their defense were graduates of the Institute of Power Engineering and Electromechanics: Anton Mazur and Olga Korol, who were recently joined by the students of the Institute of Management: Victoria Voight, Marina Darvisheva and Olena Bazalytska. Soon their scientific professional achievements will defend in Politechnika Lubelska: Tatiana Husar, Diana Kozlova, Anatoly Kuzhba, Paul Shepenyuk, Alexander Isaienko, Roman Luzhenetsky and Anatoly Borisov.
Currently, 20 students of different courses of the VNTU are enrolled simultaneously in the Lublin University of Technology under the program "Double Degree". After graduation, they will receive diplomas of state standard, which is recognized in the Eurozone.
To study in the Republic of Poland to obtain two diplomas – of the VNTU and Polish university are going future programmers, power engineers, managers, builders, environmentalists, mechanical engineers, metrologists and specialists in laser and optoelectronic technology.
"From the next academic year, students of the Vinnytsia National Technical University will be able to study simultaneously according to the program of academic mobility " Double Degree "at the Sventokshiske University of Technology in Kielce. Politechnika Świętokrzyska in Kielcach offers a wider range of specialties. To study in the twin-city of Vinnytsia can now go builders, environmentalists, mechanical engineers, metrologists and specialists in laser and optoelectronic technology "- says the head of educational department of the VNTU, program coordinator of academic mobility in the VNTU, professor of computer science Tamara Savchuk.
Training is offered either in Polish or English.
In order to adapt it easier for students to study in Poland, from April at the VNTU work the Polish language courses, which are led by Yan Hlinchevsky – the Chairman of the Confederation of Poles in Podylly region, Honored cultural figure of Poland, honorary citizen of the city of Kielce.