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The group of IUT students underwent training at the Inha Summer School in the Republic of Korea

22.08.2017

A group of students of Inha University in Tashkent (IUT) from July 17 to August 4, 2017 participated in the summer school of Inha University in the Republic of Korea
Ibrat Abidov, Nigmatjon Anvarov, Tulkinjon Isakov, Malika Juraeva, Jamoliddinhuja Odilhudjaev, Dostonhon Ozodhudjaev, Ilkhom Rakhimov, Abdul Jamol Salim, Iroda Ulmasbaeva and Darhonbek Mamataliev were given the opportunity to take part in the summer school in the Republic of Korea for free.
It should be noted that 9 out of 10 participants in the summer school were selected based on the results of internal competitions held in February-April 2017. Darhonbek Mamataliev received a chance to take part in the summer school of Inha University for his contribution to the implementation of a number of IUT projects, including the CodeCraft courses. In addition, five IUT students participated in the summer school.
In addition to students from Uzbekistan, young people from Indonesia, Great Britain, Malaysia, France, Germany, China, Italy, Russia, Kazakhstan and etc. took part in the summer school of Inha University in the Republic of Korea.
During the visit, IUT students got acquainted with the Inha University campus in the Republic of Korea and the created conditions for students.
During the summer school students from Uzbekistan took part in such courses as "Korean language", "Politics and international relations of East Asia", "Korea and its culture", "Economy and business in Korea", "New technologies of the future", and etc .
Representatives of Uzbekistan also visited several laboratories, including 3D printing and water treatment laboratories, and got acquainted with their work.
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