Scientific-methodical commission

Scientific and Methodological commission

The Scientific and Methodological Commission is a permanent consultative and advisory body, as well a scientific and methodological body of the Institute of International Relations, which determines the main directions of scientific and methodological work on increasing the efficiency and quality of higher education and improving the teaching and education process, while taking into account the world's leading and domestic experience, the main Provisions of the Bologna Process and European standards of higher education and innovative teaching technologies.

In its activity the Scientific and Methodological commission is guided by the Law of Ukraine "On Higher Education", the decisions of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine on education, normative documents and instructions of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, the Charter of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, as well as the decisions of the Academic Council and the Scientific Methodological Center of the organization of the educational process of the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv.

The following tasks are assigned to the scientific and methodological commission:

1. Definition of the main directions for improving of the content of higher education, forms, methods and means of teaching and the organization of the educational process, while taking into account the development trends of the national education system.

2. Coordination of the work of the structural units of the Institute, involved in the organization of the educational process in order  to ensure the quality of higher education.

3. The formation of scientific and expert opinions on the recommendation to print scientific and scientific-methodological literature.

4. Analysis and organization of the systematization of workers, training work programs and other educational, methodological and scientific materials that support the learning process - with respect to their compliance with established standards.

5. Formation of monitoring of the state of educational and methodical work of the departments of the Institute.

6. Implementation of modern information technologies in the educational process.

 

The Scientific and Methodological commission consists of:

Chairman: Ksenia V. Smirnova, Doctor of Law, Associate Professor of the Department of Comparative and European Law

Contacts: tel. 481-45-15, 3rd floor, room No. 308

Vice-Chairman: Olena A. Priyatelchuk, PhD in Economics, Associate Professor of the Department of International Business

Contacts: tel. 481-45-02, 3rd floor, room No. 310

Natalia B. Bilousova, PhD in Political Science, Associate Professor of the Department of International Information

Contacts: tel. 483-91-14, 1 floor, room 114

 

The members of the commission are the heads of the departments:

Volodymyr A. Manzola, Doctor of historical sciences, professor, Head of the Department of International Relations and Foreign Policy.

Victor M. Matvienko, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of International Organizations and Diplomatic Service.

Mykola S. Doroshko, Doctor of historical sciences, professor, Head of the Department of Countries Studies.

Viktor Y. Kalakura, PhD in Law, Head of the Department of International Private Law.

Viktor I. Muraviev, Doctor of Law, Professor, Head of the Department of Comparative and European Law.

Oleksandr V. Zadorozhny, Doctor of Law, Professor, Head of the Department of International Law.

Oleksandr I. Shnyrkov, Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Department of World Economy and International Economic Relations.

Oleksandr I. Rogach, Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Department of International Finance.

Dmytro D. Rashyvalov, Ph.D. in Economics, Associate Professor, Head of the Department of International Business.

Mykola M. Ryzhkov, Doctor of Political Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of International Information.

Sergiy I. Danilenko, Doctor of Political Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of International Media Communications and Communication Technologies.

Valentyna V. Daineko, Professor, Head of the Department of Foreign Languages.