German experience will be introduced into the educational process of textile products
The University of Applied Sciences Niederrein is launching courses in dyeing, design, primary cotton processing and weaving.
The management of the "Uztekstilprom" Association held a meeting with the professor of the University of Applied Sciences Niederrein (Germany) Marion Halfman and representatives of TITLP, during which the prospects of cooperation in the field of training students for the textile industry were discussed.
In particular, the University made a proposal to send students to study under the University program, as well as the possibility of organizing short-term courses in such areas as dyeing, design, primary cotton processing and weaving.
The University of Applied Sciences Niederrhein was founded on August 1, 1971 through the merger of eight "higher technical schools", three engineering schools and a school of arts and crafts in the Krefeld-Mönchengladbach district, which has about 14,215 students, is one of the ten largest universities of applied sciences in Germany.