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Alma Mater strengthens international cooperation

The Alma Mater Europaea University Rector, Professor Dr. Ludvik Toplak, attends the 4th Congress of the Three Seas Initiative Forum of Regions in Lublin, Poland.

The Three Seas Universities Network today includes a total of 14 universities from Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Ukraine.

The Forum of Regions, established in 2018 by Polish President Andrzej Duda, has become an important international economic event. During this year's opening, Duda highlighted the significant progress made in energy security and economic resilience among member states.

The event's main theme is the future of digital universities and the opportunities this transformation brings. The goal of the conference is to understand and develop strategies that will enable universities to successfully adapt to the rapidly changing digital world while maximizing the benefits of international academic cooperation within the Three Seas Universities Network.

The event featured numerous panel discussions, lectures, and workshops, which allowed participants to exchange knowledge and experiences and establish valuable academic and professional connections. The head of the international office at Alma Mater, Professor  Dr Luka Martin Tomažič, also participated in the discussion on artificial intelligence and its significance in improving human life.

The Three Seas Initiative, of which the conference is a part, aims to strengthen cooperation among Central and Eastern European countries. This cooperation is expected to benefit education and other socio-economic areas. The initiative is also directed towards enhancing international cooperation among universities, promoting exchanges and expanding research, creating conditions for the development of entrepreneurship and services for investors, and fostering advanced forms of international collaboration.