University of Economics – Varna

The International Relations Оffice participates in an online meeting with a German university

Representatives of the International Relations Department at the University of Economics - Varna participated in virtual reception on the 21.01.2021, whose host was Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg (Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University, DHBW), Germany. The purpose of the event was for the participants to get acquainted with the innovative projects of the higher school, as well as to exchange ideas and good practices between the partner universities. DHBW President Prof. Arnold van Zyl welcomed those present at the meeting, and the culmination of the virtual reception was the tasting of a selection of selected wines, led by representatives of the specialty "Wine Management". In order to successfully reproduce the atmosphere of such an event, if it was held in person, all invited guests (including the Department of International Relations at the University of Economics - Varna) received shipments from Germany with 3 bottles of luxury wine.

During the tasting there were fruitful meetings with representatives of all 9 faculties of the university, located in different German cities. The virtual rooms were joined by the partners of the higher school, as the total number of participants reached 97. The strategic directions of the Erasmus + program were discussed, and the University of Economics - Varna was successfully presented by our representatives. Attendees were invited to the traditional International Erasmus + Week at the University of Economics - Varna and laid the foundations for future cooperation. Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg (Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University, DHBW) offers a unique combination of higher education and professional activity and thus ranks among the most interesting German universities. Students at this university, which has several modern campuses in the federal state of Baden-Württemberg, have signed contracts with around 1,400 companies during their studies.

29 Jan 2021



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