SCIENCE AND EDUCATION


Baku Higher Oil School to cooperate with Israeli companies and universities

Baku, March 2, AZERTAC

Rector of Baku Higher Oil School (BHOS) Elmar Gasimov has met with a delegation led by Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Israel to Azerbaijan George Dick.

During the meeting the sides exchanged views on cooperation between Israeli companies, universities and Baku Higher Oil School, as well as prospects for future cooperation.

Rector Elmar Gasimov noted that Azerbaijan and Israel are friendly countries and that the two counties pay a lot of attention to development of relations between them in the field of education.

Speaking about Baku Higher Oil School, Elmar Gasimov stressed that educated young people with high intellectual potential study at the Higher School, and that all BHOS graduates, without exception, are provided with work.

Noting that Baku Higher Oil School provides training on both technical and technological skills, the rector emphasized the importance of implementing new programs and studying foreign experience in this area. In this context, he emphasized the interest of the Higher School in the exchange of experience with Israeli universities and the creation of joint innovative research centers.

In his remarks, Ambassador George Dick noted that Azerbaijan is an important strategic partner for Israel. He praised the conditions created at the Higher School.

Speaking about the development of relations with Israel in the field of education, the ambassador emphasized that cooperation in this direction will continue to develop. George Dick also noted that the Israeli embassy will help establish and strengthen cooperation between Israeli companies, universities and Baku Higher Oil School.

Then, the delegation visited the BHOS campus and got acquainted with the conditions created there.

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