Collaborative Educational Program for Professional Development

UZA News

Issues concerning the improvement of collaboration in the healthcare field were discussed at the meeting between Fergana region’s Hokim Khayrullo Bozorov and the CEO of OPASCA GmbH Alexey Sverdlov. The two parties talked about implementing a 2+1 bachelor’s degree program, which was created together with Germany, for nurse care at Ferghana Medical Institute of Public Health.

It was highlighted at the meeting that this was the first educational program for professional training developed in a joint effort between Uzbekistan and Germany. According to the terms agreed upon, students studying nurse care at Ferghana Medical Institute of Public Health will spend two years there and then continue their studies for one year at the Academy of the Clinic of the University of Mannheim in Germany.

Upon completion of the program, graduates will be given a diploma that is recognized in Germany as well as a diploma from Fergana Medical Institute of Public Health with the state standard. Furthermore, graduates will have the opportunity to gain employment at medical institutions in Germany. As part of this joint educational program, 150 admission quotas will be allocated each academic year.

The discussion also focused on the implementation of Germany’s best practices for the development of the Fergana healthcare system and the exchange of knowledge and experience between the two countries.

Nasiba Ziyodullayeva, UzA

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