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NUR-SULTAN, Feb. 16 -- An online ceremony of the signing of a Memorandum of Cooperation in the field of education and science between the Utebayev Atyrau Oil and Gas University and one of the leading Malaysian universities in the oil and gas field, Universiti Technologi Petronas (UTP), took place on Monday (February 15) with the assistance of the Embassy of Kazakhstan in Malaysia, reported Kazinform.
The event was attended by the rector of the Utebayev Atyrau University of Oil and Gas Gulzada Shakulikova and Vice-Chancellor of UTP Prof. Dr. Mohamed Ibrahim Abdul Mutalib, the Kazakh MFA’s press service reports.
Within the framework of the Memorandum, it is planned to develop cooperation in the field of education and research, students and teachers will have access to a scientific and technical base, laboratories and libraries of two universities, constant support for scientific initiatives will be provided, and various events will be held on a regular basis to exchange experience among scientists and teachers of two universities.
It should be noted that within the framework of negotiations organised earlier by the Embassy and in accordance with the agreements reached between universities, five Atyrau Oil and Gas University students from December 30, 2020 are studying at the UTP under the exchange programme.