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The World Education Leaders’ 4th Forum has taken place in Busan city of Southern Korea within 3-8 July. 51 University’s leaders from 23 countries of Europe, Asia, Central America and Africa attended the forum on “Today and the Future of Character Education”.
UNEC Rector, Professor Adalat Muradov made a speech on “The establishment of the Work on Character Education in Universities and its impact to Students” in the first session of the forum. Rector spoke about the created condition for the formation Character Education and steps taken at UNEC. Basic direction of Character Education forming certain character in students and aimed at improving a number of features in the process of application at UNEC was focused on. Information about the Innovative Business Incubator that serves to realize their start-up ideas and gain a business character was delivered. Services provided by the Career Center targeted in the development of future’s successful cadres were also emphasized. Rector also noted the student organizations’ activities which contribute to the creation of exemplary character in the students. Rector also said that the organization of the training for the people with disabilities is the direction given special attention and the center created at the university provides services to the formation of the people from this category as a person with a unique character.
UNEC Rector, Professor Adalat Muradov made proposals on the effects of Character Education to the students at the end of his speech. Rector said that the promotion of core values, creation of opportunities for new curriculum, encouragement of the student motivation significantly, achieve the integration of culture and education in universities, as well as the cooperation of parents with the higher education institutions will make effective the force of Character Education.
A wide range of reports on the importance of Character Education for universities and students, expectations in the social changes and improvement directions, sustainable educational innovations and the cases applied and gained success in universities were heard and exchange of experiences were made within the sessions.
UNEC Rector, Professor Adalat Muradov held meetings with a number of university administrations and made discussions on the export of higher education within his trip. Meeting with the Malaysian University of Malaya official Rohana binti Yusof, UNEC Rector gained the agreement on bilateral cooperation between the two higher institutions. The Memorandums of Understanding between UNEC and the Chandigarh University of India, International Balkan University of Macedonia and Caleb University of Nigeria were signed and the issues of exporting UNEC economic education services to these universities were discussed within the framework of the trip.