Azerbaijan and Australia to Cooperate in Training Specialists in Tourism
Azerbaijan, Baku / corr. Trend К.Ramazanova / The Azerbaijani Culture and Tourism Ministry and the Australian university of applied sciences IMC Krems signed an agreement on cooperation to jointly train specialists in tourism on 4 July.
In compliance with the agreement the students from the Azerbaijani Tourism University and the Azerbaijani Tourism Institute will receive diplomas from the Australian university of applied sciences IMC Krems.
Abulfaz Garayev, the Azerbaijani Culture and Tourism Minister, stated that Azerbaijani students can work in the tourism sector with the diploma in any country.
"The agreement is not only a simple contract between the two universities, but also a bridge between Europe and Asia," Heinz Boyer, the president of the Australian University said.
The Azerbaijani Tourism Institute was established by a decree by President Ilham Aliyev in 2005. The main goal of the university is to train specialists for development of tourism in the country.