April 11 2019

New Resolution of Time Planning Presented by the Professor of Vilnius State University

Today, on April 11, 2019,  Eurasia International University organized the second lecture of Professor Aida Macerinskiene, Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration at Vilnius State University (Lithuania) on the topic of “Project management: Time Planning”.
“Time management” means to use the time available to your own goals. Every decision should be based on what you are trying to achieve in your life, and the clear goals are contributing to a clear decision-making process, “Professor Macerinskiene built her lecture on the basis of this resolution. She presented the sequence of time management steps based on project management goals and, taking into account the priorities and urgency, suggested that participants identify their time management solution through exercises. He also advised to use the time management application “Trello”.

During the interactive meeting, the participants of the meeting sent their questions to the speaker and received comprehensive answers.The professor shared his positive impressions at Eurasia International University with the rector Suren Ohanyan. She was especially impressed by the EIU students’ kind of questions within the lecture framework, which, in her own words, testified to the high level of interest. She also noticed the English language proficiency that the majority of students and staff had which proved the importance of foreign language and international programs at the university.

The university combined Professor’s short visit with cultural events. Prof. Macerinskiene toured the 2800-year-old city Yerevan, viewed Armenian ancient writings in the Matenadaran, admired the exhibition of Eduard Ter-Ghazaryan’s microscopic sculptures, and got acquainted with the oldest pagan temple in Garni and early medieval monastic complex in Geghard.

It should be reminded that Prof. Macerinskiene was at the Eursia International University within the framework of Erasmus + Lecturers Exchange Program.