The two sides held a video conference to discuss all the details on March 31st.
The program will allow the students of both institutions to acquire competences in geological and hydrodynamic modelling. The first admission is planned for autumn 2016.
In other relevant news, the Institute of Geology and Petroleum Technologies and Beicip-Franlab signed a cooperation agreement.
Beicip-Franlab will provide KFU with academic software and license to use them for educational purposes. The company has a worldwide presence in petroleum-related education. The license will come into effect since April 1st.