The International University of Humanities and Development (Ashgabat) has signed cooperation agreements with leading universities of Japan (Tokyo) and Kazakhstan (Nur-Sultan). The ceremony was held online on the sidelines of the universal exhibition, which demonstrates the achievements of all branches of Turkmenistan and is dedicated to the 25th anniversary of the country’s permanent neutrality.
During the video meeting, University heads signed an Agreement on academic exchange and cooperation between the International University of Humanities and Development and the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.
Higher education institutions of the Turkmen and Japanese capitals also agreed on student exchanges, which is formalized in a separate Memorandum. Both universities have established contacts since 2015, and the new bilateral documents designate the next stage of interaction.
In addition, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the International University of Humanities and Development and Nazarbayev University of Kazakhstan. This University is considered as the flagship of higher education in the country and aims to become a research center of international standing.