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Education to Industry link
the success model
Shahla Khudiyeva
Elshan Rzayev
Jabbar Bayramov
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Outline
Introduction
Concept
Experience
Conclusions
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Introduction
Academy of
Sciences
Industry
Higher educational
institutions
quality young
scientists
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quality educated
workforce
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Introduction
Key Quality Indicators
quality
graduates
fundamental
and World class
researches
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International
publications by
MSc and
PhD students
Genius people
Who is our
Mirzajanzade
today?
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The Concept
Education
Industry
- attractive salary
- interactive lectures
- recruitment system
- lab research
WIN-WIN
Scholarships
- development program
- transparent system
Summer internships
- real data projects
Seminars and
technology days
- trainings
- challenging jobs
- credit system
- up-to-date literature
Professional
societies
- active mentorship
- overseas experience
- softwares
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- career opportunities
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Experience
MIT world changing
discoveries
MIT - World Class
Example
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Over 700 companies sponsor
research and joint studies
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Achieving the first chemical
synthesis of penicillin and
vitamin A
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$ 681 million spent in 2012 for
research
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Developing a new form of
wireless power transmission
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Research results drove the
progress in the industry and
world-changing
advancements!
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Discovering evidence of water
ice and organic material on
Mercury
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Experience
Young Talents Program 2007-2013
STAGE 1 - selection STAGE 2 - studies
STAGE 3 - research
STAGE 4 - graduation
Logic/Ability tests
Weekly lectures
Defining the interest area
Writing the paper
Very basic English
Library
Research plan
Applying for the conferences
Face-to-face interview
Presentation skills
Paper reading - access
Presenting at the conference
1st and 2nd year
Fundamental subjects
Real Data projects
Publishing results
Multiple disciplines
Regular exams
Internships & Conferences
Apply for the World Market
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Experience – Results
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Imperial College
University of Leeds
University of Houston
Stanford University
Texas A&M University
Colorado School of Mines
University of Texas at Austin
University of Wyoming
University of Tulsa
University of Alaska Fairbanks
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Over 47 students were
admitted with full funding to
13 top Universities in the
World
Hundreds of students were
affected by the Program
and settled with the highly
paid job both inside and
outside of Azerbaijan
Institute of French Petroleum
Delft University
Middle East Technical University
First internationally
recognized scientific
paper was published by
the Bachelor Science
student form Young
Talents Program
The companies that the Young Talents work for around
the Globe include: Exxon, City Bank, BP, Shell,
Chevron, HESS, OXY, AERA, Statoil, Total, SOCAR,
Halliburton, Weatherford, Schlumberger, and Apache
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Conclusions
Facilitators
The LINK
a
In the education-industry system, one element
stimulates another. The link between them makes
the stimulation efficient. The link works well in the
top Universities in the World
d
Governmental control
Industry
b
Industry has to make efforts to support the higher
education through fundng high quality research
labs and research studies
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Young Talents Program Experiment
c
A consistent program was set up to mimic the
“mini” Education-to-Industry Link. The program
turned out to be successful proved by the
admissions and funding into the top class
Universities and research publications
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In order for the link to work, facilitators both from
the industry and educational system must be
assigned to progress the mutual collaboration
Control and a very close monitoring from the
governmental institutions and specifically the
ministry of education must be performed to
assure the quality of the LINK
Risk
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Talented and highly educated workforce is
leaking into the Western countries
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OECD. “Quality and Recognition in Higher Education – the Cross-Border Challenge,” OECD Centre for Educational Research and Innovation, 2004
Price B. (1991). School Industry Links The Consequences of Mining Other Peoples Business. Melbourne ACER.
The Observatory on Borderless Higher Education (2009), International Student Mobility Report: Status Report 2009, June 2009, London, OBHE.
UNESCO (2006), Global Education Digest 2006, Paris, OECD.
UNESCO (2006b), UNESCO-APQN Toolkit: Regulating the Quality of Cross-Border Education, Bangkok, UNESCO, available at
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http://web.mit.edu/facts/industry.htm
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