Azerbaijan, Baku, Jan. 30 / Trend I. Isabalayeva /
The Azerbaijani Ministry of Education and the Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade signed a grant agreement on a digital multimedia infrastructure and e-education network for the Nakhchivan State University.
The agreement was signed by Azerbaijani Minister of Education Misir Mardanov and Korean Ambassador to Azerbaijan Choi Suk-in. The main purpose of the agreement is to create a portal to render online educational services such as e-learning, an electronic library and e-educational network.
While speaking at the signing ceremony, Misir Mardanov appreciated the expansion of cooperation with Korea which has organised a number of projects related to education in Azerbaijan, the minister added.
Choi Suk-in pointed out the importance of this agreement between Azerbaijan and Korea. Some 324 students from 10 countries are studying at the Nakhchivan State University. Seven Koreans are studying at the university at all three levels of education.
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