MEMORANDUMS OF UNDERSTANDING - ASIA
Agreement for Academic Exchange and Cooperation, signed between Medical College -Hyogo, Japan and Medical University-Sofia
On May 14, 2013 a collaboration agreement was signed between Medical College -Hyogo, Japan and Medical University-Sofia by the Rector of Medical University – Sofia and the President of Hyogo College. The aim of the contract is to develop scientific cooperation, the exchange of academic materials, students, researchers and professors.
Agreement on Academic and Educational Exchange between Hiroshima University, Japan and Medical University of Sofia.
On May 6, 2012 an agreement for academic exchanges was signed between the University of Hiroshima, Japan and the Medical University – Sofia in order to promote mutual understanding between the two countries and between the two universities through educational and academic cooperation and exchange. The contract identifies the following development programs: promoting joint research, exchange of faculty professors and administrative staff, students and scientific publications, results and other academic information.
MEMORANDUM OF COOPERATION WITH THE KOREA UNIVERSITY
Memorandum of Cooperation between Medical University - Sofia and Yonsei University College of Medicine - Republic of Korea
The Department of International Integration and Project Funding Department announces that a Memorandum of Cooperation between Medical University – Sofia and Yonsei University College of Medicine – Republic of Korea was signed on September 2011.
Yonsei University College of Medicine was founded in the distant 1885 by American missionary Dr. Allen – initially as a hospital, and later as a medical school. Currently this private university is one of the most reputable universities not only in the Republic of Korea but also in Asia and is among the top 100 in the world by rating.
The Memorandum of Cooperation is for a period of 5 years, providing possibility for exchange of teachers and students between the two institutions, participation in scientific projects, organization of international scientific events, and development of general academic programs.