Cambodia plans to send top managers of its leading technical universities to the RTU MIREA to gain experience

On October 23, Hang Chuon Naron, head of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of Cambodia, visited MIREA – Russian Technological University. The Cambodian side was genuinely interested in the unique method of “university – specialized department – partner enterprise" developed by RTU MIREA. It presupposes the entity of educational and research processes in combination with the in-depth practical training, innovative and high-tech educational technologies, effective interaction with industrial and research organizations Foreign delegates visited the megalaboratory of the autonomous and multi-agent systems at the Institute of Cybernetics equipped with the most advanced robotic systems, the Training Center: Industry 4.0 Digital Robotic Production which houses a model of a robotic production line and adaptive robots that can independently change their program of action depending on external factors. The delegation also got familiarized with the virtual reality laboratory of the Institute of Information Technologies. At the end of the visit, the Cambodian delegation visited the base of the RTU MIREA rescue squad. In a constructive dialogue the RTU MIREA administration, and Minister Hang Chuon Naron agreed to expand cooperation in joint research projects with Cambodian technical universities. Apart from that, the Kingdom of Cambodia will send to RTU MIREA top managers of the leading technical universities to obtain advanced experience in practice-oriented education. It is worth mentioning that two days earlier, Moscow and Phnom Penh agreed on mutual recognition of diplomas. The relevant document was signed by Mikhail Kotyukov, the Russian Minister of Science and Higher Education and Hang Chuon Naron, his Cambodian counterpart. The Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation expressed confidence that the implementation of the agreement would provide an opportunity to intensify the joint work of the two countries in education and research.

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