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Training at TUD (The Technische Universität Dresden)

November 3, 2016

From 31 October to 2 November 2016 within the framework of “Online Master’s Program with Joint Diplomas” project with the financial support of “Competitive Innovation Fund of Center for Education Projects“ of RA Ministry of Education and Science, the project staff - Project Manager Tereza Khechoyan, Vice Rector in Foreign Affairs at RA Public Administration Academy and Project Coordinator Arusyak Harutyunyan, Head of Foreign Affairs Department at ISEC NAS RA and technical consultants of the project Armen Sargsyan – Head of IT Department of ISEC NAS RA and Aleksan Davtyan, Head of IT Department of RA Public Administration Academy, visited Technological University of Dresden (The Technische Universität Dresden) to study the international experience of conducting distance education, as well as to study the content features of MBA at TUD. 
The Technische Universität Dresden is one of 11 universities of excellence in Germany, which was awarded in 2012. The university is the excellence center for exporting innovation, engineering and research.
During the training the participants examines features of organizing distance learning at TUD, ECTS credit distribution, QA. Distance learning in Germany is mainly in demand by already employed people who need to update their knowledge or further education for employment promotion or career.
During the training the experience of Hagen University was also presented, as it's the only state university in Germany offering online degrees.
Visits were paid to MBA Department, IT Department and Library (SLUB).
At IT Department "Student-life-cycle management" system was presented, which is currently in development stage and combines LMS and internal information system of the university, the website of the university,  which serves as a respository of learning materials, as well as "Opal" data management system.