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University Partnership in the framework of Creative Spark
During three days representatives of Queen Margaret International University of Scotland, professor of the Department of Entrepreneurship and Family Business Clair Siman, head of the hospitality, tourism and culinary arts program Professor Mark Robertson and coordinator of the Creative Spark Higher Enterprise Program - Kate Tetley held seminars and master classes for students and teaching staff of the “Silk Road” University on the topic: “Entrepreneurship Development”.
Klair Siman, Mark Robertson and Kate Tetley met with the First Vice-Rector of the “Silk Road” International University of Tourism Turaev B. By the meeting were discussed activities of the university in the field of entrepreneurship and business training, instilling entrepreneurial skills in students, teachers and researchers, and promoting the creation of business ideas and the development of their own business; commercialization of research results.
During the meeting were discussed issues of further cooperation and interaction to participate in new projects. The partner parties also discussed the prospects and plans for the implementation of the Creative Spark program.