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No

Project’s title

Duration and Budget

Project’s objectives

Project Partners

1

The Economics of Tourism
JEP- 10060-1998

3 years

305,200.00

To review and develop the curriculum of the Tourism Department of the Turkmenistan Institute and to strengthen the management processes within  that Institute. To provide staff  development, appropriate equipment and improved links with the tourist industry


1. Bournemouth University, UK 2.Universite de Perpignan, France
3.Turkmen National Institute of Sport and Tourism

2

Organization of training for Environment engineering, air and water treatment
JEP-10608-1998


3 years

250,505.00

Development of new curricula and new courses, development of new and modernization of old training books, training anew.

1.University of Savoie, France 2.Polytechnic  Institute of Turin, Italy
3. Coventry University, UK 4.Turkmen State Polytechnic Institute

3

Study of European Languages
CP-20570-1999


2 years

200,000.00

Tempus project for study of European languages.

1. University of Granada, Spain 2.University of Angers, France
3. Heriot-Watt University, UK
4. Turkmen National Institute of World Languages named after Azadi, Turkmenistan
5.Turkmen State Pedagogical Institute

4

Creation of a Consortium of Technical Universities of Turkmenistan
CP-20516-1999

2 years

200,000.00

Creation of Consortium which will carry out the following tasks:
- Creation of an infrastructure for connections with foreign partners;
- Building up of staff, capable to communicate with foreign partners;
- The correspondence with foreign partners;
- Information gathering on foreign partners and distribution of the information abroad about Turkmenistan;
- Information gathering on foreign funds and opportunities of financing of projects;
- The organization and coordination of a scientific exchange with foreign partners;
- Support in formation of applications in the international funds


1. Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg, Germany 2.Alborg University, Germany
3. Turkmen State Polytechnic Institute 
4. Turkmen State Power-Engineering University   5.Turkmen Transport and Communications Institute


5

Study of European experience, creation and functioning of universities on a paid basis under requests of the enterprises
CP-20512-1999


2 years

200,000.00

Tempus project for study of European experience, where students will be trained in accordance with the enterprises applications.

1.Wirtschanftsakademie Shleswig-Holstein, Germany
2. Svendborg Handelsskole, Denmark
3.Turkmen Polytechnic Institute
4.Turkmen State Institute of Transport and Communications

6

Modernization of the Turkmen Sate University Library
JEP-22040-2001

2 years

292.000.00

L'objectif general consiste a moderniser la gestion de la bibliothéque de 1'Université d'Etat Turkmenistan afin de 1'adapter efficacement aux evolutions des méthodes de gesti documentaire. A long terme, ce projet doit favoriser la modernisation de la gestion  bibliothéques universitaires d'Achkhabad et de sa region.


1. University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis, France
2. University of Coimbra, Portugal
3. National Higher School of Information Sciences and Libraries, France
4. Magtymguly Turkmen State University


7

Professional language Training System for Turkmenistan
JEP-23228-2002

3 years

461,250.00

To establish a national Center for Interpreting and Translator training at the Azadi Institute
To develop a curriculum for interpreter and translator training in languages for specific purposes in fields essential.


1.Heriot-Watt University, UK
2. Universidad de Granada, Spain
3. Center for European Studies University Maastricht, Netherland
4. Turkmen National Institute of World Languages named after Azadi
5.Turkmen State Institute of Transport and Communications

8

Development of International MSc programme on Environment and Water Resources Management in Central  Asia
JEP-23172-2002


3 years

550,000.00

Creation of Partner Uzbek and Turkmen Universities capabilities for offering education targeted towards the changing needs of Central Asia countries transformed economy.
Development of International recognized MSc program and Improvement of Regional cooperation on Environment and Water Resources Management in Central Asia.

1. Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Mechanisation Engineers, Uzbekistan
2. Tashkent State Agrarian University, Uzbekistan
3. Magtymguly Turkmen State University
4. Ministry of Agriculture and Water Resources of the Republic of Uzbekistan
5. Ministry of  Higher and Secondary Specialised Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan
6.Scientific-Information Center of Interstate Commission for Water Coordination, Uzbekistan

9

World Standard Education
JEP-23020-2002

2 years

269,900.00

Creation and operation of a centralized organization INTME performing the university management tasks:
- Creation of a distribution system of at least 1 Mbps (Megabit per second) cost-free INTERNET connectivity provided by the Virtual Silk Highway Programa (http://www.silkproject.org/) sponsored by the NATO Science Programe, the World Bank, and other sponsors to the Turkmen educational system.
- Organization of the training of Turkmen university staff for an efficient use of the INTERNET.
- Design of a model for an INTERNET -oriented education system for the Turkmen universities.
- Organization of INTERNET user centres open to the public of the scientific and educational community of Turkmenistan.


1.Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg, Germany
2. Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain
3. Supreme Council of Science and Technology under the President of Turkmenistan (currently Academy of Sciences of Turkmenistan)
4. Turkmen State Institute of Transport and Communication
5. Turkmen Polytechnic Institut
6. State Power-Engineering Institute of Turkmenistan
7. Turkmen State Agriculture University
8. Turkmen State Pedagogical Institute

10

Turkmen Economy Training Center
JEP-23202-2002

3 years

400,000.00

Strengthen the institutions in Turkmenistan through a better management thanks to a focused training of the managers and staff already in function as well as future managers or students of the Turkmen Institute of national Economy.
Familiarize Turkmen managers and personnel with the tools and techniques of international business and sound management.


1. Polytechnic  University of Catalonia, Spain
2.National Polytechnic Institute of Grenoble, France
3. Turkmen Institute of National Economy
4. Turkmen State Institute of Transport and Communication

11

Tourism and Environment
Training
Center for
Turkmenistan
JEP-24125-2003

3 years

260,000.00

To establish a Tourism-Environment Center for Turkmenistan
To deliver high quality training and associated services
To demonstrate the benefits for future tourism development of an awareness of ecological and cultural principles
To ensure the viability of the Centre’ future activities


1. Bournemouth University, UK
2. The Superior School of Tourism and Management Polytechnic Institute
of Viana do Castelo, Portugal
3. Ministry of Nature Protection of Turkmenistan
4. State Committee of Turkmenistan for Tourism and Sport
5. National Institute of Sport and Tourism of Turkmenistan

12

Distant Training of Trainers in New Curricula in TME
JEP-24020-2003

3 years

499,670.00

Expansion infrastructure TME Internet centers
Development common computer platform DL in TME
Elaboration of TME-specific DL-curricula in computer and software engineering, informatics, economics and business administration
Training of TME trainers administration


1. Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg, Germany
2. Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain
3. Supreme Council of Science and Technology under the President of Turkmenistan (currently Academy of Sciences of Turkmenistan)
4. Turkmen State University
5. Turkmen National Institute of World Languages
6. Turkmen State Pedagogical Institute
7. Turkmen State Institute of Transport and Communication, including Department in Turkmenbashi

13

The Training Course on Environmental Protection on Oil\gas Industry
JEP-24263-2003

2 years

274,000.00

The project activity will be focused on the preparation of 10 Turkmen specialists-lectures and a group of 35 students who will be able in the future to solve not only the problems connected to development and exploitation of oil and gas fields but also problems of environmental protection in oil and gas industry, who could apply the modern methods and approaches to the production operations.


1. Freiberg University of Mining and Technology-Bergakademie, Germany
2. Institute de Recherche de L’ecole navale, France
3. Turkmen Polytechnic Institute


14

Development of a study programme in Environment Protection and Rational Use of Water Resources CD_JEP-25239-2004

2 years

253,556.00

- To develop study program in Environment Protection and Rational Use of Water Resources and to create the Center on Environmental Studies at  Turkmen Polytechnic Institute (TIP)
- To retrain teachers of TIP
- To organize a conference “Environmental Education for Sustainable Development”


1. The Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
2. Institute de Recherche de L’ecole navale, France
3. Turkmen Polytechnic Institute


15

Development of Agricultural Education in Turkmenistan in cooperation with European Universities JEP-25064-2004


3 years

530,000.00

To bring undergraduate curricula, teaching methods and staff at the faculties of Agricultural Economy and Agricultural Mechanization of the Turkmenistan State Agricultural University into line with recognized international standards by August 31, 2008

1. University of Cordoba, Spain 2. University Fund for international projects “ Proyectos E-U”, Spain
 3. Duchy College of Agriculture and Horticulture, UK
4. Green School for Young farmers
5. Turkmen Agricultural University

16

Education Technology in Turkmenistan
SCM-T027A04-2004

1 year

100,000.00

The overall objective of this project  proposal is to assist the Supreme Council of Science and Education on the ICT development in science and Higher Education. The specific project objectives are:
1.To analyze the best practices of the user of ICT in training and education institutions in western Europe
2.To analyze how Eastern Europe introduces the ICT in training and education
3.To make recommendations on how to introduce ICT learning in Turkmen Higher Education Institutions
4.To advise Turkmen decision makers, as the Ministry of Education staff in the introduction of ICT in training and education
5.To advise Turkmen professors of higher education institutions in the introduction and use of ICT in their field


1. Polytechnic  University of Catalonia, Spain
2. National Institute of  Applied Science, France
3. Turkmen State Institute of National Economy
4. Turkmen State Institute of Transport and Communication
5. Supreme Council of Science and Technology under the President of Turkmenistan (currently Academy of Sciences of Turkmenistan)


17

IT Training in Education and Public Sector
SCM-T044A04-2004

1 year

73,500.00

The project aims at institution building through training. The project is specifically and exclusively directed at and confined to IT training, for the Education sector and for public administration officials (SCM priority no 1 for TME). The objective covers accordingly: 

  1. the transfer of relevant and up-to-date knowledge  and skills through  general and specific training sessions and training visits;
  2. the strengthening  of the operational capacity of the recipient organizations;
  3. the dissemination of the transfer achieved

1. University of Antwerpen, Belgium
2. Maastricht School of Management, Maastricht, Netherlander
3. Turkmen State Institute of National Economy
3. Ministry of  Economy and Finance of Turkmenistan


18

Inter – university Knowledge Management
JEP-26249-2005

3 years

470,084.00

Contribute, through the development of an interuniversity multimedia training on Financial topics, to the evolution of Higher Education Management and training.
This will support the social economic and international development of Turkmenistan.


1. Polytechnic  University of Catalonia, Spain
2. Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble, France
2. Magtymguly Turkmen State University
3. Turkmen State Institute of National Economy
4. Turkmen State Institute of Transport and Communication

19

Innovative Education for Sustainable Agro-Industrial and Rural – Development in Turkmenistan
JEP-26156/2005


3 years

500,000.00

To bring undergraduate curricula, teaching methods and staff at the faculties of  Veterinary and Technology of Processing of Agricultural Production of the Turkmenistan State Agricultural University into line with recognised international standards by August 31, 2009

1. University of Cordoba, Spain
2. Szeged University of arts and sciences, Hungary
3. University fund for international projects “Proyectos E-U”
4. Green school for
young farmers (Ashgabat TM)
5. Oyikly (Ashgabat TM)
6. Turkmen Agricultural University

20

Euro-Turkmen center of additional education for interbranch Professional Qualification in Oil and Gas sector
JEP-26149-2005

3 years

493,442.00

Development, creation and institutional providing of the center of additional education for interbranch professional qualification and providing the competence of oil and gas branch.
The development directional on request and carrying out of courses of retraining and training of staff of the Turkmen enterprises of the oil and gas industry in following areas: transport and logistics, economy, the organization of the enterprise, language training on specialities, information technologies, management.
Quality assurance of the project and duration of its results by means of creation virtual international «networks of knowledge and the competence»


1. Fachhochschule des MITTELSTANDS, Bielefeld, Germany
2. Rackow GMBH, Germany
3.Commercial  College of Helsinki, Finland
4. Warmia and Masuria University, Poland
5. Stiftung Bildug and Handwerk
6. Turkmen Polytechnic Institute


21

International quality Standards in Learning-Teaching processes in Higher  Education
SCM-038B05-2005


1 year

126,337.00

To develop and test a standard of quality system and criteria in Higher Education teaching processes.

1. Polytechnic  University of Catalonia, Spain
2. Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble, France
3. Magtymguly Turkmen State University

22

Better University Industry Links Development
SCM-T052B05-2005


1 year

112,315.72

Strategic Plan of University-Industry relationship improvement and implementation of the first step in each partner university

1. National Polytechnic Institute of Grenoble, France
2.Polytechnic  University of Catalonia, Spain
3. Magtymguly Turkmen State University
4. Turkmen State Institute of National Economy
5.Turkmen State Institute of Transport and Communication
6. State Power-Engineering Institute of Turkmenistan
7. Ministry of Education of Turkmenistan

23

Developing new approaches for work industry at Turkmen engineering universities
SCM-T049B05-2005


1 year

114,440.00

To change the pattern of university-industry cooperation in Turkmenistan in order to ensure the preparation of highly professional engineers for the national economy.

1. The Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden 
2. National Agency for higher Education, Sweden
3. State Power-Engineering Institute of Turkmenistan

24

Developing Short Courses at the Tourism and Environment Training Center for Turkmenistan
SCM-T022A06-2006

1 year

93,510.00

To develop an expertise in the design, delivery and evaluation of short specialist courses, within the staff of the Tourism and Environment Training Center for Turkmenistan. The training will focus on the development and delivery of a number of specialized and shot intensive courses on the interrelationship between tourism and the natural and cultural heritage of Turkmenistan.


1. Bournemouth University, Edinburgh, UK
2. Polytechnic Institute of
Viana do Castelo, Portugal
3. National Institute of Sport and Tourism of Turkmenistan


25

Trainer Training in English for Specific Purposes
SCM-T073A06-2006

1 year

135,550.00

To develop a Manual for language for Special Purposes (henceforward LSP) Training, and implement it in a series of demonstration Training Courses.
The LSP Training Manual will be targeted at the needs of the Oil and Gas industries, which will require project work at a national level as the work of these industries is primarily outside of Ashgabat.


1. Heriot – Watt University, UK
2. Svendborg Handelsskole
3. Universidad de Granada
4. Azadi Turkmen National Institute of World Languages
5. Turkmen Polytechnic Institute
6.Turkmen State Institute of Transport and Communication
7. Turkmen State Geological Research Institute
8. Tebigy Kuwwat (Ashgabat TM)


26

Online Learning and Resource Training
JEP-27288-2006

2 year

248,720.00

- Application of ICT to the development of new curricula for teaching English for special purposes (aviation and
maritime transport) by means of the introduction of a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). - Establishment of a
VLE resource centre at the Transport & Communications Institute to train staff in the use of VLEs and to develop
teaching materials, methods and courses that integrate the technology into the work of the Institute.


1. Heriot – Watt University, UK
2 . University of Granada, Spain
3. Azadi Turkmen National Institute of World Languages
4. Turkmen State Institute of Transport and Communication
5. Turkmen Airlines
6 . Turkmenbashi International Sea Port, Turkmenbashi


27

ICT as a tool in postgraduate training and VET practices
JEP-27028-2006

2 year

284,970.00

1. Creation of a university management unit and system (IPTME) which develops and administers ICT-supported teaching during industrial and vocational practices.
2. Development of the TME-specific methodology and content for ICT-supported teaching during industrial and
vocational practices in cooperation with educational institutions, industry and the ministries of TME.
3. Implementation of practical experience in ICT-supported teaching during industrial and vocational practices by
pilot teaching in selected areas with a subsequent large-scale teaching and teacher/trainers training programmes.
4. Sustainability: Creation of the base for ICT-supported teaching during industrial and vocational practices as a sustainable standard procedure in the TME Educational System and Vocational Education Training systems (VET).


1. Hamburg-Harburg University, Germany
2. Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain
3. Magtymguly Turkmen State University
4. Turkmen State Institute of Transport and Communication
5. State Power-Engineering Institute of Turkmenistan
6. Supreme Council of Science and Technology under the President of Turkmenistan (currently Academy of Sciences of Turkmenistan)
7. Turkmenbashi International Sea Port, Turkmenbashi
8. Science production association “Gun" of the Ministry of Energy and Production of Turkmenistan
9. Directorate on Maintenance and Exploitation of Road Economy (HAKIMLIK), TM
10. Cooperation "Maryenergo", Mary, TM


28

Solar Cell Technology Courses for VET and Industry in TM
JP- 144791-2008

3 year

632.739,00


1. Creation of a management unit and system (SOLTME - SOLar Cell Initiative in Turkmenistan) which would support the development of the educational platform through a masters level curricula and development of ICT-supported teaching programmes for students, postgraduate (PE) students in the area of renewable energies and solar cell technology;
2. Development of the TME-specific methodology of distance teaching and content and strong control for ICT-supported teaching in cooperation with educational institutions, industry and the ministries of TME to an internationally accepted standard in solar cell technology;
3. Development of education platform and implementation of practical experience in ICT-supported teaching by pilot teaching in the area of renewable energies and solar cell technology with a subsequent large-scale teaching, dissemination and networking;
4. Sustainability: Creation of the base of the respective electronic courses of EU universities for ICT-supported teaching as a standard procedure in the TME Higher Educational system which becomes approved by the Government of Turkmenistan (Government of Turkmenistan, Supreme Council of Science and Technology under the President of Turkmenistan, Cabinet of Ministers) as an educational and training tool;
5. Advise and support of the SCST in further networking of institutions and co-funding activities from other donors including cooperation with the currently proposed EC sustainable development policy Advice programme (PAP) project AP 2005, including future investment and possible fee paying based service and/or need for government subsidy policy.

1. Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain
2. Freiberg University of Mining and Technology-Bergakademie, Germany
3. Aveiro University, Portugal
4. Acadmy of sciences of Turkmenistan
5. Turkmen State Institute of Transport and Communication
6. State Power-Engineering Institute of Turkmenistan
7. Institute "Gun" of Academy of sciences of Turkmenistan

29

Development of international relations related to the needs of the Higher educational System of Turkmenistan
SM - 158887- 2009

3 year

624.175,00 Euro

1. Necessary conditions and infrastructure created;
2. Presenting, adapting and evaluating experience in strategic development of European Higher Education;
3. Improvement of University international relations in university management;
4. Development of international relations offices;
5. Improvement of international relations for better development of university education/teaching activities and its application in Turkmenistan;
6. Improvement of international relations for better development of university research and innovation.

1. University of Seville, Spain
2. University of Cordoba, Spain
3. University of Szeged, Hungary
4. University of Torino, Italy
5. City Council of Lucena, Spain
6. S.A. Niyazov Turkmen Agricultural University
7. Turkmen Polytechnic Institute
8. Turkmen State Medical University
9. Turkmen State Pedagogical Institute named after S. Seydi
10. Ministry of Education of Turkmenistan

30

Development  of Quality Assurance System in Turkmenistan on the Base of Bologna Standards
SMGR - 510959- 2010

2 year

639.815,00 Euro

Specific objectives of the project are following:
1. To develop standards, formal procedures and associated instructions for the assurance of the education quality in Turkmenistan on the basis of European and national quality assurance standards.
2. To establish National Agency of Quality Assurance.
3. To promote international co-operation of the Agency to enhancing quality assurance decisions and quality assessment.
1. University of Algarve , Poland
2. Universitet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej, Poland
3. ASIIN Consult GmbH, Germany
4. Azadi Turkmen National Institute of World Langauges
5. Tebigy Kuwwat Social Unit Enterprise, Turkmenistan
6. Seyitnazar Seydi Turkmen State Pedagogical Institute
7. Turkmen Polytechnic Institute(former)
8. Ministry of Education of Turkmenistan
9. International Turkmen-Turkish University
31

Curriculum Invoking Bologna-Aligned Education Leading to Reform in
Environmental Studies
JPCR -  511172- 2010

3 year

1.343.585,00 Euro

The project proposal aims at professionalizing Higher Education and particularly environmental studies within three areas of specialisation through the implementation of the Bologna Process at all three levels, BA-MA and PhD. It will foster as well the cooperation between EU and Central Asia in the field of environmental studies and prepare future managers and specialists in Central Asia in order to protect in a more effective way their environment.
The specific project objectives thus are:
1. To implement the full Bologna process in environmental studies in at least three countries of Central Asia and Georgia with full info-kit towards Bologna implementation
for Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan.
2. To reform curricula in three distinctive areas at BA level (forestry, industrial safety and water and soil environmental science)
3. To create a Master in environmental protection
4. To create 21 new doctoral schools in those three specialisation areas in Central Asia and Georgia
5. To improve the training skills of 120 teachers
6. To form 480 BA students and 150 MA students during the pilot project in first year of new courses
7. To improve the employability of the students
8. To prepare joint master and PhD diplomas between EU and Central Asian partners in the field of environmental studies
9. To prepare 5 centres of accreditation in ISO 14000
1.Szkoła Główna Gospodarstwa Wiejskiego, Poland
2.Tajik Agrarian University, Tadjikistan
3.Politechnico di Torino, Italy
4.Chimikotechnologichen I Metalurgichen Universitet, Bulgaria
5.Università di Udine, Italy
6.Universidad de Alicante, Spain
7.Ghent Universiteit, Belgium
8.Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
9.Università de l'Aquila, Italy
10.Iakob Gogebashvilis Saxelobis Telavis Sakhelmtsifo Universitet, Georgia
11.Ilia State University, Georgia
12.Kyrgyz National Agrarian University named after K.I. Skryabin, Kyrguzstan
13.Talas State University, Kyrguzstan
14.Kyrgyz State Technical University named after I.Razzakov, Kyrguzstan
15.Issykkul State University named after K.Tynystanov, Kyrguzstan
16.Kostanai State Akhmet Baitursynov University, Kazakhstan
17.S.Seifullin Kazakh Agro Technical University, Kazakhstan
18.Kazakh-British Technical University, Kazakhstan
19.Kokchetau State University named after Shokan Ualikhanov, Kazakhstan
20.Academician E.A.Buketov Karaganda State University, Kazakhstan
21.Khorog State University named after Moyonsho Nazarshoev, Tajikistan
22.Tajik National University, Tajikistan
23.The Kulob Branch of Technological University of Tajikistan, Tajikistan
24.Turkmen Agricultural University named after S.A.Niyazov
25.Magtymguly Turkmen State University
26.Bukhara State University, Uzbekistan
27.Urgench State University, Uzbekistan
28.Samarkand Agricultural Institute , Uzbekistan
29.Tashkent Chemical-Technology Institute, Uzbekistan
30.Carl von Ossezski - Universität Oldenburg, Germany
31.TeachEx Academy for Teaching Excellence in Higher Education, Kyrgyzstan
32.Osh Technological University named after M.M. Adyshev, Kyrgyzstan
33.Ministry of Higher Education Tajikistan, Tajikistan
34.Solar Plus Ltd., Uzbekistan
35.Physical-Technical Institute of Academy of Sciences of UZ, Uzbekistan
36.National Attestation Commission of Kyrgyz Republic, Kyrgyzstan
37.Ministry of Education and Science of Kyrgyz Republic, Kyrgyzstan
38.Chamber of Ecoauditors, Kyrgyzstan
39.State Agency on Environment Protection and Forestry, Kyrgyzstan
40.Ministry of Education & Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Kazakhstan
41.Nyugat-Magyarorszagi Egyetem, Hungary
32

Etablierung Eines Blended-Learning Basierten Bachelor-Studiengangs
„Energiemanagement“ in Kasachstan und Turkmenistan
JPCR -  511347- 2010

3 year

828.646.52 Euro

World energy demand will rise according to recent estimates by the year 2030 by 70%. In Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan, despite the high incidence of fossil fuels, topics such as energy shortages, rising energy prices, climate change and energy-efficient use of resources are more relevant than ever. The energy demand in these regions increases due to economic growth each year by approximately 6%. To get this problem under control, the establishment of energy management in the enterprises and organizations is very relevant. This requires first and foremost qualified professionals who have the necessary technical know-how, business knowledge and transferable skills. As a global objective the project supports sustainable research, promotion of energy efficiency, entrepreneurial thinking and action among specialists and executives.

As part of the project a BA program in "Energy Management" will be designed at partner universities in cooperation with European universities. It will be tested and then integrated into the existing study programme of partner universities in Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan.
1. Kaunas Universtiy of Technology, Lithuania
2. FH JOANNEUM , Austria
3. Ingenieur-Ökonomische Universität namens M. Dulatow, Kazakhstan
4. Kasachische Agrotechnische Universität S. Sejfulin , Kazakhstan
5. Kreis Kostanaj, Kazakhstan
6. Turkmenisches Institut für Energie und Industrie, TM
7. Kreis Lippe, DE
8. ASIIN Consulting GmbH, DE

9. Turkmenisches Polytechnisches Institut, TM
         

 
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