UNEC will host the Prestigious Scientific Congress

24 OCTOBER 2015 | VIEWS:

The XIII International Congress of Turkish World Social Sciences will be host by Azerbaijan State University of Economics (UNEC). Report and discussion of 236 scientific works will be realized during the traditional event which is unique in the field of social sciences. Nearly 250 scientists from various countries and the rectors of about 10 foreign universities along with Azerbaijani delegation are expected to join the event. The Congress is organized by the popular higher education institutions, including UNEC, such as the University of Istanbul (Turkey), Gazi University (Turkey), Sakarya University (Turkey), Uludagh University (Turkey), Jelal Bayar University (Turkey), Bulent Ecevit University (Turkey), Giresun University (Turkey), Nevshehir Haci Bektash Veli University (Turkey), Kizil Orda Korkut Ata State University (Kazakhstan), Miras University (Kazakhstan), the University of Economy and Business (Kirgizstan), the International Vision University (Macedonia) and the State University of Tbilisi (Georgia).

The XIII International Congress of Turkish World Social Sciences is to be held within 28-30 October. The opening will take place on October 28 at 10am in the Assembly Hall of the main training building of UNEC. The report and discussion of the scientific works of the congress will be heard in the IV training building of UNEC within October 28-29.

Note: The Congress of Turkish World Social Sciences has been organized in Turkey, Kazakhstan, Russia, Moldova, Kirgizstan, Ukraine and others up to now and become the efficient and sustainable scientific collaborative and research platform of the Turkic world’s leading universities. Every year hundreds of scholars and research fellows on all areas of social sciences participate in the event and make comprehensive and beneficial researches on many urgent issues of social sciences and published on the final book of the congress. All congresses held to date formed a network comprising more than two thousand scientists.

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