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Today our university has over 300 international agreements concluded with HEI's and scientific institutes out of more than 50 countries of the world and that makes the BSU country's leader in this field.Among the BSU partners are the leading European HEI's, such as Bochum, Jena, Oldenburg, Leipzig universities in Germany, university of Toulouse and Savoy in France, universities of Padua, Trento, Perugia in Italy, Barcelona, Granada and Malaga universities in Spain, universities of Warsaw, Wroclaw and Krakow in Po-land, Charles and Karlow universities in Czech Republic, Vilnius and Latvian univer-sities in the Baltic states, and many others.

Cooperation with universities of Russian Federation rapidly extends. The big joint researches are being conducted with the United Institute of Nuclear Problems in Dubna. 

The BSU actively discovers the Russian market of advanced technologies: Russian Federation makes up more than a half of the export volume of the university's R&D products which include scientific devices, equipment, new substances and materials created by the BSU research teams.  In 2010 the Memorandum on cooperation between the BSU and the MSU in the field of space education and research was signed. The first concrete step towards this direction will be the creation and launching of the university's scientific and educational microsatellite designed jointly by the BSU and the MSU researchers.


Relationships with scientific and education establishments of the countries of South-Eastern Asia appear to be strategic. Today the BSU cooperates with 20 HEI's of China, among them Chinese University of International Relations, Beijing University, Shanghai University, leading universities of Heyludzyan province, Harbin Polytechnic University and Harbin University of Science and Technology. Our university is proud to host the Confucius Institute, Chinese partner in this matter is Dalian Polytechnic University.

 

Bilateral cooperation includes different forms of joint activities:

  • exchanges of Undergraduate, Master and PhD students for studies and research training
  • teaching, administrative and research staff exchanges 
  • joint Master and PhD programs
  • joint research projects, conferences   and seminars
  • exchange of scientific, methodical literature, and periodical editions
  • sharing experience and best practices in the sphere of university management;
  • cooperation in the sphere of R&D products