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Representative from Liepaja University (Latvia) Patriks Morevs visited NVSU

October 4-6 Patriks Morevs, Head of Foreign Affairs Department and lecturer at the Faculty of Science and Engineering at Liepaja University (Liepaja, Latvia), visited Nizhnevartovsk State University. NVSU signed a cooperation agreement with Liepaja University in 2016, adding yet another European partner on the map of international cooperation of NVSU.

Within the visit NVSU representatives and Mr. Morevs discussed possibilities for future cooperation expansion for academic mobility and joint work within Erasmus+ program. Parties discussed work plan for the academic year 2017-2018 and confirmed that they are planning to submit a joint application for Erasmus+ Key Action 1 “”Credit Mobility”. If successful, it will give NVSU students an opportunity to participate in semester-long exchange programs with Liepaja University financed by European Commission. This will also allow teachers and professor at both universities to participate in short-term mobility to the partner university to give lectures and conduct joint research.

Patriks Morevs also participated in an information seminar “Studying in Europe: Latvia”. He gave a presentation about Liepaja University, its history, fields of study, programs available for international students, including exchange programs, and application to Latvian universities.  

Mr. Morevs also met with the Dean and teachers of the Faculty of Information Technologies and Mathematics. During the meeting participants found common ground for cooperation in research and teaching. Within the visit, Patric Morevs gave lectures to students of the faculty. The lectures were devoted to numerical solutions of differential equation, the theory of probability and mathematical statistics; matrix, matrix operations and determiners. To show Mr. Morevs the city, its history and traditions of the indigenous peoples of the North, he was given a tour of the area and Shuvaev Local History Museum.