Higher Education in Ukraine

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Higher Education in Ukraine

  1. 1. The management ofeducation The Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine Central authorities of the executive power of Ukraine, to which educational institutions are subordinated The Supreme Certification Commission of Ukraine The State Accreditation Commission
  2. 2. The Ministry of Education andScience: participates in the determination of the state policy in the area of education, science and professional training of specialists develops the program of the development of education, state standardsensures the connection with educational institutions, government authorities of other countries with respect to issues falling within its competence makes accreditation of higher and vocational educational institutions, issues licenses and certificates to themorganizes certification of pedagogical and scientific-pedagogical personnel in order to provide them with qualification degrees
  3. 3. Four levels of accreditation The third and The first level The second level fourth levels• by technical • colleges • institutes schools • other higher • conservatories• vocational educational • academies schools institutions of • universities• other higher the same kind educational institutions
  4. 4. Educational and qualificationlevels “Junior Specialist” • is provided by technical and vocational schools, other higher educational institutions of the first level of accreditation “Bachelor” • is awarded by colleges and other higher educational institutions of the second level of accreditation “Specialist” and “Master” • are provided by higher educational institutions of the third and fourth levels of accreditation
  5. 5. The Bologna Process the formal name of the Bologna Declaration is the European Higher Education Area takes its name from the Bologna Declaration, which was signed on June 19, 1999 by the Ministers of Education of 29 countries in Europe
  6. 6. The achievements
  7. 7. Problems of educationalsystem no standard of academic behavior the curriculum (needs to be more flexible) fixed groups which create a system of academic parasites rigid teaching methods which discourage active thinking the legal right to retake exams
  8. 8. Academic dishonestyplagiarismcheatingfabricationaiding dishonestyfalsification
  9. 9. Major universities in Ukraine Kiev University (National Taras Shevchenko University of Kiev), Kharkiv University (Karazin Kharkiv National University), Lviv University (Ivan Franko National University of Lviv), National University of Kviv-Mohyla Academy, National Technical University of Ukraine (National Technical University of Ukraine "Kiev Polytechnic Institute"), National Technical University "Kharkiv Polytechnical Institute", Ostroh Academy.
  10. 10.  was founded in 1834 as the University of Saint Vladimir, and since then it has changed its name several times is the third oldest university in Ukraine its structure consists of fifteen faculties (academic departments) and five institutes the most prestigious university in Ukraine a major centre of advanced learning and progressive thinking famous alumni including Mykhailo Drahomanov, Mykhailo Hrushevskyi, Mikhail Bulgakov, Viacheslav Chornovil, Leonid Kravchuk
  11. 11.  Address: 81 Shevchenko Blvd., c. Cherkasy, 18031, Ukraine  Telephone: +38(0472) 37-13-14, 37-21-42, 37-41-62  Web-site: http://www.cdu.edu.uaAccreditation level - IVForm of the property - State-ownedRector –AnatoliyKuzminskiy
  12. 12. List of the specialities: Physical Training History Language and Literature(language to be specified) Ukrainian Language and Literature Physics Chemistry Biology Mathematics

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