Internship

                                                                                                          

The 7th International Scientific Internship Programme

“Nobel Laureates: Researching the Experience and Professional Achievements for Successful Personality Development and World Transformation” in Dubai, Oslo, Stockholm, Rome, Burgas, New York, Jerusalem and Beijing

 

More than 100 Nobel Laureates will be there together with you during 1.5 months.

(180 hours of pure Inspiration, Ideas, Experience and New Knowledge)

 

For physicists, mathematicians, physicians, biologists, chemists, economists, philologists, linguists, lawyers, historians, political scientists, international specialists, geographers, philosophers, public administration professionals as well as professionals in technical, natural and pedagogical sciences.

 

Dear colleagues,

The International Historical Biographical Institute (Dubai – New York – Rome – Burgas – Jerusalem – Beijing) (IHBI) invites the heads of educational institutions and scientific institutes as well as scientific employees and research and pedagogical workers to take part in the 7th International Scientific Internship Programme “Nobel Laureates: Researching the Experience and Professional Achievements for Successful Personality Development and World Transformation” in Dubai, Oslo, Stockholm, Rome, Burgas, New York, Jerusalem and Beijing. The programme is funded by an international grant equivalent to EUR 1 200 000 provided to the IHBI with financial support from the UAE, Italy, Bulgaria, the USA, Israel and China, and with the involvement of charitable contributions.

You will listen to the lectures and speeches by famous world leaders in the field of politics, business, science, culture and education, particularly by Muhammad Yunus, Aung Sang Suu Kyi, Lech Walesa, Olga Tokarczuk, Robert Angle, Charles Rice, John B. Goodenough, Wole Soinka, Louise Glück, Harvey J. Alter, Aziz Sancar,  Svetlana Alexievich, Jimmy Carter and many others.

The interpretation or subtitles will be provided; moreover, there is an opportunity to watch online in English with subtitles.

Form of participation: remote, in video recording mode, which allows watching speeches and lectures at the most convenient time for you (in the morning, in the afternoon, in the evening, at night).

Register for the international programme: till NOVEMBER 5th, 2022.

Duration of the programme: November 4th – December 30th, 2022.

Awarding the international certificates: December 29th- 31st, 2022.

More than 100 Nobel Laureates are taking part in the programme.

Why should you participate?

 

  • You will gain new knowledge, ideas, best international scientific practices and professional competencies required by the Ministry of Education and Science, including those needed for obtaining the academic ranks of Senior Research Fellow, Associate Professor (Docent), and Professor.
  • You will get the International Certificate of International Programme Completion, a total of 180 hours or 6 credits, issued in accordance with the requirements of legislation; the Certificate indicates that you have received International education grant No. IEG /W/22/09/12, and also
  • the Qualification of an International Teacher & Senior Research Fellow, which confirms a high level of the obtained qualification and allows, among others, foreigners having a Diploma of Higher Education apply for a job and hold positions in the field of education; it is recognized in the Middle East, North Africa, China, India, Japan, Australia and New Zealand, the USA, Canada, the EU, the CIS and Latin America.
  • Interesting and famous speakers you will never meet on any other courses. This is a unique programme. You can always be proud and decently boast to your colleagues, students and children of completing the International Scientific Internship with the key speakers such as Henry Kissinger, Emmanuelle Charpentier, the 14th Dalai Lama and others, i.e. outstanding personalities that are role models for any generation, world-known, moral leaders and became legends in their own lifetime. Learn from them and quote them. Your worldview, prestige, recognition, authority and significance to others will only grow.

 

Programme Participation Costs for research and pedagogical workers are EUR 100 of registration fee. Another part of Programme Participation Costs is covered by the International education grant in the amount of EUR 3000.

Registration: You can join the Programme till November 5th, 2022 via the official email of the Institute: [email protected]

Follow these simple steps to register:

  1. Send the following information at our official email address: [email protected]

Name, last name in English

Date of Birth

City/town and country

Place of work and job position

Your email address and mobile phone number

  1. Make sure  you specify the email subject line: Registration for the International Scientific Internship Programme!

Once registered for a programme, you will be sent payment details of the registration fee; and after your payment confirmation, you will get an access to a private channel where our speaker’s lectures and speeches will be published as soon as the programme starts.

 

Thousands of participants of the International Nobel Scientific Internship Programme
 have already built their successful careers! Are you with us?

 

Agenda of the 7th International Scientific Internship Programme

 

“Nobel Laureates: Researching the Experience and Professional Achievements for Successful Personality Development and World Transformation” in Dubai, Oslo, Stockholm, Rome, Burgas, New York, Jerusalem and Beijing

 

(Obtained from calculation of 30 hours or 1 ECTS credit of weekly study load)

 November 4th, Friday

 

  • Video about Oslo and Stockholm

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate, former vice president of Egypt and the Director General of the IAEA Mohamed ElBaradei will talk about his life in the context of historical processes, his views, values, experience, ideas, failures and successes, his struggle for the protection of human rights and democracy as well as his peacekeeping efforts in the region of North Africa and the Middle East for safe and sustainable development of humankind. 

 

  • Nobel laureate in Literature Olga Tokarczuk will talk about her life and literary career, and motivation to create; she will share her opinion on Polish development and will give some advice on studying philology at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate and former United States Secretary of State Henry Kissinger will talk about the future of liberal democracy and international politics; he will focus on the growing role of both Chine and Europe in the modern world.

 

  • Nobel laureates in a roundtable discussion of solutions to the global issues facing humankind. 

 

November 7th, Monday

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Bangladeshi banker, economist, professor Muhammad Yunus will talk about his life in the context of historical processes, his views, values, experience, ideas, failures and successes, his struggle against poverty in Southeast Asia and Africa, foundation of the Grameen Bank and social entrepreneurship.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Physics Roger Penrose will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying physics, mathematics and astronomy at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate and former US President Barack Obama will talk about his life, his views, values, experience, ideas, failures and successes, his struggle for the protection of human rights and democracy as well as his peacekeeping efforts and also the importance of education, competencies and motivation. 

 

November 8th, Tuesday

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate and former US President Jimmy Carter will talk about his life in the context of historical processes, his failures and successes, his struggle for the protection of women’s rights and honest elections in the world.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Literature Wole Soyinka will talk about his life, views, values, political struggle and literary career; he will share his opinion on the latest achievements of world literature and give some advice on studying philology at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel laureates in Chemistry Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna will talk about their lives, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; they will share their opinions on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying chemistry at universities and schools.

 

 November 9th, Wednesday

 

  • Nobel Memorial Prize laureate in Economic Sciences Robert F. Engle will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on the latest development of education and science and give advice on studying economic and mathematical sciences at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Chemistry Jean-Pierre Sauvage will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on the latest development of education and science and give advice on studying chemistry at universities and schools.

 

November 10th, Thursday

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate Jody Williams will share her view on world processes, danger of military conflicts, her struggle for banning anti-personnel landmines, and also danger of modern use of artificial intelligence technologies by leading states during military actions.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Literature Mario Vargas Llosa will talk about his life, views and literary career; he will also share his opinion on the development of world literature and give some advice on studying philology at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Physiology and Medicine Eric F. Wieschaus will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on the latest development of education and science and give advice on studying medicine and physiology at universities and biology at schools.

 

November 11th, Friday

 

  • Nobel laureate in Literature Svetlana Alexievich will talk about her life and literary career; she will share her opinion on the development of Belarus and neighbouring countries and give some advice on studying philology at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Physics Rainer Weiss will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying physics, mathematics, and astronomy at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Physiology and Medicine Shinya Yamanaka will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying medicine and physiology at universities and biology at schools.

 

  • Nobel laureates in a roundtable discussion of solutions to the global issues facing humankind. 

 

November 14th, Monday

 

  • Nobel Memorial Prize laureate in Economic Sciences Joseph Stiglitz will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying economic and mathematical sciences at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Physiology and Medicine John O'Keefe will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying medicine and physiology at universities and biology at schools.

 

November 15th, Tuesday

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate the 14th Dalai Lama will talk about his life, share his views on the development of the World and Man, the meaning and understanding of Life, and answer the questions of teachers, pupils and students.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Physiology and Medicine Charles M. Rice will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying medicine and physiology at universities and biology at schools.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Chemistry John B. Goodenough will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on the latest development of education and science and give advice on studying chemistry at universities and schools.

 

    November 16th, Wednesday

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Bishop Desmond Tutu will talk about his life in the context of historical processes, his views, values, experience, ideas, failures and successes, his struggle for the protection of human rights and democracy as well as his peacekeeping efforts for safe and sustainable development of humankind. 

 

  • Nobel laureates in Physiology and Medicine Harvey J. Alter, Michael Houghton and Charles M. Rice will talk about their lives, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; they will share their opinions on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying medicine and physiology at universities and biology at schools.

 

  • Nobel laureates in Physics Reinhard Genzel, Roger Penrose and Andrea Ghez will talk about their lives, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; they will share their opinions on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying physics, mathematics, and astronomy at universities and schools.

 

November 17th, Thursday

 

  • Nobel laureate in Literature Patrick Modiano will talk about his life and literary career; he will also share his opinion on the development of world literature and give some advice on studying philology at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Chemistry Aziz Sancar will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on the latest development of education and science and give advice on studying chemistry at universities and schools.

 

November 18th, Friday

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate, former President of Finland Martti Ahtisaari will talk about his life in the context of historical processes, his views, values, experience, ideas, failures and successes, his struggle for the protection of human rights and democracy as well as his peacekeeping efforts to solve the armed conflict in former Yugoslavia and in Iraq.

 

  • Nobel Memorial Prize laureate in Economic Sciences Harry Markowitz will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying economic and mathematical sciences at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Physics Gérard Mourou will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying physics, mathematics, and astronomy at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel laureates in a roundtable discussion of solutions to the global issues facing humankind. 

 

November 21st, Monday

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate, former President of Poland Lech Wałęsa will talk about his life, foundation of Solidarity, the collapse of socialism and the end of the Warsaw Pact; he will focus on the prospects for Poland and share his views on the development of the world and man, the meaning and understanding of life.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Literature Kazuo Ishiguro will talk about his life and literary career; he will also share his opinion on the development of world literature and give some advice on studying philology at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Chemistry Frances Arnold will talk about her life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; she will share her opinion on the latest development of education and science and give advice on studying chemistry at universities and schools.

 

  November 22nd, Tuesday

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Lord David Trimble will talk about his life in the context of historical processes, his views, values, experience, ideas, failures and successes, his struggle for the protection of human rights and democracy as well as his peacekeeping efforts to solve the armed conflict in Northern Ireland.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Literature Alice Munro will talk about her life and literary career; she will also share her opinion on the development of world literature and give some advice on studying philology at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate, current Prime Minister of Ethiopia Abiy Ahmed Ali will talk about his life in the context of historical processes, his views, values, experience, ideas, failures and successes, his struggle for the protection of human rights and democracy as well as his peacekeeping efforts to solve the armed conflict with Eritrea.

 

 November 23rd, Wednesday

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai will talk about her struggle for women’s and children’s rights; she will also focus on the issues of gender inequality, education and upbringing.

 

  • Nobel Memorial Prize laureate in Economic Sciences Paul Krugman will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying economic and mathematical sciences at universities and schools.

 

November 24th, Thursday

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate, former Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Myanmar, currently the leader of opposition to the military regime Aung San Suu Kyi will talk about her life in the context of historical processes, her views, values, experience, ideas, failures and successes, her struggle for the protection of human rights and democracy as well as her peacekeeping efforts in the region of Southeast Asia for safe and sustainable development of humankind. 

 

  • Nobel Memorial Prize laureates in Economic Sciences Esther Duflo and Abhijit Banerjee will talk about their lives, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; they will share their opinions on the latest development of education and science and give advice on studying economic and mathematical sciences at universities and schools.

 

November 25th, Friday

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Congolese gynecologist and human rights activist Denis Mukwege will talk about his life in the context of historical processes, his views, values, experience, ideas, failures and successes, his struggle for the protection of women’s and children’s rights from sexual violence during the Second Congo War.
  • Nobel laureate in Literature Peter Handke will talk about his life and literary career; he will also share his opinion on the development of world literature and give some advice on studying philology at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Physiology and Medicine James E Rothman will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying medicine and physiology at universities and biology at schools.

 

  • Nobel laureates in a roundtable discussion of solutions to the global issues facing humankind. 

 

 November 28th, Monday

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate, former President of Colombia Juan Manuel Santos will talk about his life in the context of historical processes, his views, values, experience, ideas, failures and successes, his struggle for the protection of human rights and democracy as well as his peacekeeping efforts to solve the 50-year-long Colombian armed conflict.
  • Nobel Memorial Prize laureate in Economic Sciences Oliver Hart will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying economic and mathematical sciences at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Physiology and Medicine William C. Campbell will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying medicine and physiology at universities and biology at schools.

 

November 29th, Tuesday

 

  • Nobel laureate in Literature Bob Dylan will talk about his life, views and literary career; he will also share his opinion on the development of world literature and give some advice on studying philology at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Chemistry Robert Lefkowitz will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on the latest development of education and science and give advice on studying chemistry at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Physiology and Medicine Eric Kandel will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying medicine and physiology at universities and biology at schools.

 

 

November 30th, Wednesday

 

  • Nobel Memorial Prize laureate in Economic Sciences Robert Wilson will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying economic and mathematical sciences at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Physiology and Medicine Peter Ratcliffe will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying medicine and physiology at universities and biology at schools.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Literature John Coetzee will talk about his life and literary career; he will also share his opinion on the development of world literature and give some advice on studying philology at universities and schools.

 

December 1st, Thursday

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Iraqi Yazidi human rights activist Nadia Murad will talk about her life in the context of historical processes, her views, values, experience, ideas, failures and successes, her struggle for the protection of women’s and children’s rights as well as her peacekeeping efforts to stop the civil war in the region.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Literature Louise Glück will talk about her life, views and literary career; she will also share her opinion on the development of world literature and give some advice on studying philology at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Chemistry Michael Levitt will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on the latest development of education and science and give advice on studying chemistry at universities and schools.

 

December 2nd, Friday

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Guatemalan public and political figure of Indian ancestry, human rights activist Rigoberta Menchú will talk about her life in the context of historical processes, her views, values, experience, ideas, failures and successes, her advocacy for the indigenous peoples of Latin America as well as her peacekeeping efforts to stop the civil war in the region.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Literature Gao Xingjian will talk about his life, views and literary career; he will also share his opinion on the development of world literature and give some advice on studying philology at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Physics Serge Haroche will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying physics, mathematics, and astronomy at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel laureates in a roundtable discussion of solutions to the global issues facing humankind. 

 

December 5th, Monday

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Iranian lawyer, former judge and human rights activist Shirin Ebadi will talk about her life in the context of historical processes, her views, values, experience, ideas, failures and successes, her struggle for the protection of women’s and children’s and refugee rights.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Literature Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio will talk about his life, views and literary career; he will also share his opinion on the development of world literature and give some advice on studying philology at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Physics Donna Strickland will talk about her life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; she will share her opinion on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying physics, mathematics, and astronomy at universities and schools.

 

December 6th, Tuesday

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Argentine sculptor, architect, writer and human rights activist Adolfo Pérez Esquivel will talk about his life in the context of historical processes, his views, values, experience, ideas, failures and successes, his struggle for the protection of human rights and democracy as well as his peacekeeping efforts for safe and sustainable development of humankind. 
  • Nobel laureate in Chemistry Ei-ichi Negishi will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on the latest development of education and science and give advice on studying chemistry at universities and schools.

 

December 7th, Wednesday

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate, former President of Liberia Ellen Johnson Sirleaf will talk about her life in the context of historical processes, her views, values, experience, ideas, failures and successes, her struggle for the protection of women’s rights and democracy as well as her peacekeeping efforts for safe and sustainable development of humankind. 
  • Nobel laureate in Literature Herta Müller will talk about her life, views and literary career; she will also share her opinion on the development of world literature and give some advice on studying philology at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Chemistry Richard Henderson will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on the latest development of education and science and give advice on studying chemistry at universities and schools.

 

December 8th, Thursday

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Yemeni human rights activist and politician Tawakkol Karman will talk about her life in the context of historical processes, her views, values, experience, ideas, failures and successes, her struggle for the protection of human rights and democracy as well as her peacekeeping efforts for safe and sustainable development of humankind. 
  • Nobel Memorial Prize laureate in Economic Sciences William Nordhaus will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying economic and mathematical sciences at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel laureate in Physics Didier P. Queloz will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying physics, mathematics, and astronomy at universities and schools.

 

 

 December 9th, Friday

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Liberian peace and human rights activist Leymah Gbowee will talk about her life in the context of historical processes, her views, values, experience, ideas, failures and successes, her struggle for the protection of women’s rights and democracy as well as her peacekeeping efforts for safe and sustainable development of humankind. 
  • Nobel laureate in Literature Elfriede Jelinek will talk about her life, views and literary career; she will also share her opinion on the development of world literature and give some advice on studying philology at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel laureates in a roundtable discussion of solutions to the global issues facing humankind. 

 

December 12th, Monday

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate Mairead Corrigan Maguire will talk about her life in the context of historical processes, her views, values, experience, ideas, failures and successes, her struggle for the protection of human rights and democracy as well as her efforts encouraging a peaceful resolution of the violent conflict in Northern Ireland.
  • Nobel laureate in Chemistry Frances Arnold will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on the latest development of education and science and give advice on studying chemistry at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel Memorial Prize laureate in Economic Sciences Jean Tirole will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying economic and mathematical sciences at universities and schools.

 

December 13th, Tuesday

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Indian human rights activist Kailash Satyarthi will talk about his life in the context of historical processes, his views, values, experience, ideas, failures and successes, his struggle for the protection of children’s rights and campaign against child labour as well as his peacekeeping efforts for safe and sustainable development of humankind. 
  • Nobel laureate in Physics Michel Mayor will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying physics, mathematics, and astronomy at universities and schools.

December 14th, Wednesday

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate, former President of Costa Rica Óscar Arias Sánchez will talk about his life in the context of historical processes, his views, values, experience, ideas, failures and successes, his struggle for the protection of human rights and democracy as well as his peacekeeping efforts to end armed conflicts in Latin America.
  • Nobel laureate in Physics John Michael Kosterlitz will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying physics, mathematics, and astronomy at universities and schools.
  • Nobel laureate in Physiology and Medicine James P. Allison will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on the latest development of education and science and give advice on studying medicine and physiology at universities and biology at schools.

 

 December 15th, Thursday

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureates, former President of East Timor José Ramos-Horta and Roman Catholic bishop Carlos Belo will talk about their lives in the context of historical processes, their views, values, experience, ideas, failures and successes, their struggle for the protection of human rights and democracy as well as their peacekeeping efforts to end the armed conflict in East Timor.
  • Nobel laureate in Literature Orhan Pamuk will talk about his life, views, values and literary career; he will also share his opinion on the development of Turkey and latest successes of world literature as well as give some advice on studying philology at universities and schools.

 

December 16th, Friday

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureate, former Vice President of the U.S. Albert Gore will talk about his life in the context of historical processes, their views, values, experience, ideas, failures and successes, his campaign to protect the environment and the ecology of Earth aimed at preventing climate changes; he will also mention the importance of education, competences and motivation.
  • Nobel laureate in Literature Kenzaburō Ōe will talk about his life and literary career; he will also share his opinion on the development of world literature and the way it reflects the historical events as well as give some advice on studying philology at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel Memorial Prize laureate in Economic Sciences Paul Romer will talk about his life, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; he will share his opinion on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying economic and mathematical sciences at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel laureates in roundtable discussions of solutions to the global issues facing humankind. 

 

December 19th, Monday

 

  • Nobel laureates in Physics Syukuro Manabe, Klaus Hasselmann and Giorgio Parisi will talk about their lives, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; they will share their opinions on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying physics, mathematics, and astronomy at universities and schools.
  • Nobel laureates in a roundtable discussion of solutions to the global issues facing humankind. 

 

 

 

December 20th, Tuesday

 

  • Nobel Memorial Prize laureates in Economic Sciences David Card, Joshua Angrist and Guido Imbens will talk about their lives, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; they will share their opinions on modern development of education and science and give advice on studying economic and mathematical sciences at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel laureates in a roundtable discussion of solutions to the global issues facing humankind.  

 

December 21st, Wednesday

 

  • Nobel laureates in Physiology and Medicine David Julius and Ardem Patapoutian will talk about their lives, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; they will share their opinions on the latest development of education and science and give advice on studying medicine and physiology at universities and biology at schools.

 

  • Nobel laureates in a roundtable discussion of solutions to the global issues facing humankind. 

 

December 22nd, Thursday

 

  • Nobel laureates in Chemistry David MacMillan and Benjamin List will talk about their lives, researches, values, views, competence and scientific creativity; they will share their opinion on the latest development of education and science and give advice on studying chemistry at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel laureates in a roundtable discussion of solutions to the global issues facing humankind. 

 

December 23rd, Friday

 

  • Nobel laureate in Literature, Tanzanian-born novelist Abdulrazak Gurnah will talk about his life, views, values and literary career; he will also share his opinion on the development of world literature as well as give some advice on studying philology at universities and schools.

 

  • Nobel Peace Prize laureates, Filipino-American journalist Maria Ressa and Russian journalist Dmitry Muratov will talk about their lives in the context of historical processes, their views, values, experience, ideas, failures and successes, their struggle for the protection of human rights, democracy and freedom of speech in Southeast Asia and Russia. 

 

  • Nobel laureates in a roundtable discussion of solutions to the global issues facing humankind. 

 

  • On the Nobel Prize

 

  • Video about Oslo and Stockholm

 

 December 26th, Monday – August December 28th, Wednesday

 

  • Drafting and submitting a brief essay on the topic “How has the participation in the 7th International Scientific Internship Programme “Nobel Laureates: Researching the Experience and Professional Achievements for Successful Personality Development and World Transformation” in Dubai, Oslo, Stockholm, Rome, Burgas, New York, Jerusalem and Beijing influenced the formation of your personality and the desire to change the world?”

 

 December 29th, Thursday – December 31st, Saturday

 

  • Awarding the International Certificate of Completion of the 7th International Scientific Internship Programme “Nobel Laureates: Researching the Experience and Professional Achievements for Successful Personality Development and World Transformationin Dubai, Oslo, Stockholm, Rome, Burgas, New York, Jerusalem and Beijing.

 

The International Certificate Sample
(the Certificate
is to be given after the completion of the 7th International Scientific Internship Programme):

The International Historical Biographical Institute

(Dubai – New York – Rome – Burgas – Jerusalem – Beijing)

International Certificate No. 9000 dated  December 30th, 2022

issued to _______________________________________________________________________

and confirms receiving International Education Grant №IEG /W/22/09/12

from The International Historical Biographical Institute (Dubai – New York – Rome – Burgas – Jerusalem – Beijing)

and active participation in the 7th International Scientific Internship Programme

 

“Nobel Laureates: Researching the Experience and Professional Achievements for Successful Personality Development and World Transformation

 

which took place in Dubai, Oslo, Stockholm, Rome, Burgas, New York, Jerusalem and Beijing

November 4th,2022  – December 30th,2022

a total of 180 hours or 6 credits ECTS

and confirms obtaining the qualification “International Teacher & Senior Research Fellow

     Director of the International Scientific Internship Programme