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12.10.2020 12:18

Staff members of the Faculty of Computer Sciences have discussed the master’s programme MAGnUS with their colleagues

On 9 October, another coordination meeting was held online regarding the Erasmus+ project titled “MAGNUS – Developing Master's Programmes in Mobile Applications and Game Design”. Associate Professor Alexander Krylovetsky, Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Computer Sciences and the coordinator of the project at VSU, and Professor Sergey Makhortov, Head of the Department of Programming and Information Technologies of the Faculty of Computer Sciences, took part in the meeting.

The project is funded by the European Union and has been implemented since 2019 by a consortium of universities which includes 4 European, 3 Russian, and 3 Azerbaijanian universities. Linköping University coordinates the project.

The representatives of all universities of the consortium summed up the preliminary results of the project at the meeting. Alexander Krylovetsky said that the programme is really popular with the university entrants and in August the Faculty of Computer Sciences recruited its first master's students. The participants discussed and adjusted their plans regarding the further development of the programme.

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