From 02 to 09 September 2019, the representatives of the Institute of Law, Administration and Management of the University named after Jan D?ugosz in Czestochowa (Poland) passed an internship in the Institute.
The delegation included the Dean of the Faculty of Law, Dr. Ewelina ?elasko-Makowska, the Deputy Dean, Dr. Monika Bartnik, and the doctoral student of the institution Marek Makowski. The purpose of the visit was to exchange experience in public administration, as well as to present and discuss proposals for cooperation between higher education institutions.
On September 3, 2019, the guests met the Director of the Institute Mykola Izha, the Dean of the Faculty of Public Management and Administration Igor Kusplyak, the Head of the Public Administration and Regional Studies Chair Liudmyla Prykhodchenko and the Head of the International Cooperation Department Nataliia Nefodova. Mykola Izha provided to the Polish educators information of the Ukrainian national system of civil servantsÕ training and the main directions of the Institute's activity. Also during the event the directions of cooperation between the ORIPA NAPA under the President of Ukraine and the University named after Jan D?ugosz were discussed. At the end of the meeting, Associate Professor of the Ukrainian and Foreign Languages Chair Andrii Maiev spoke about the history of the institute's establishment and introduced the Polish colleagues to the technical facilities and the educational process.
During the internship the representatives of the Institute of Law, Administration and Management of the University named after Jan D?ugosz in Czestochowa had the opportunity to participate in seminars and discussions on Polish and Ukrainian law; to attend lectures and exchange experience with scientific-pedagogical staff of the Public Administration and Regional Studies Chair, as well as to speak to the graduate students of the Institute.
At the end of the internship, both sides expressed their gratitude for productive cooperation and hope for positive changes in the countries through the development of international cooperation in the educational sphere.