Academy of Public Administration (Belarus)

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Coordinates: 53°53′12″N 27°32′20″E / 53.88667°N 27.53889°E / 53.88667; 27.53889

Academy of Public Administration under the aegis of the President of the Republic of Belarus
Акадэмія кіравання пры Прэзідэнце Рэспублікі Беларусь
Motto Belarusian: Веды для эфектыўнага кіравання!
Motto in English Knowledge for efficient governance!
Established 29 January 1991
Type Public
Rector Anatoly Morozevich, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor
Academic staff 6 (six)
Students about 10,000
Location Minsk,  Belarus
Campus Urban
Former names before 1994 — Academy of Public Administration under the Council of Ministers of the BSSR
before 1995 — Academy of Public Administration under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus
Address 220007, Republic of Belarus, Minsk, 17 Moscowskaya Str.
Colours      Blue
     Gold
                     
Sports Indoor soccer, basketball, volleyball, sambo, judo, lawn tennis, aerobics, swimming, athletics
Website www.pac.by

The Academy of Public Administration under the aegis of the President of the Republic of Belarus (Belarusian: Акадэ́мiя кiрава́ння пры Прэзiдэ́нце Рэспу́блiкi Белару́сь, Russian: Акаде́мия управле́ния при Президе́нте Респу́блики Белару́сь), Minsk, is the leading higher educational establishment in a national education system of the Republic of Belarus and head establishment of education in system of training, retraining and in-service training of the personnel in management sphere.

The Academy of Public Administration was established in 1991 and it acquired the status of a presidential institution in 1995.

Today Academy of Public Administration under the aegis of the President of the Republic of Belarus claims to be not only a leading centre of science of the country in the field of the government, but also leading higher educational establishment in a national education system of the Republic of Belarus.

About Academy[edit]

The Academy of Public Administration under the aegis of the President of the Republic of Belarus carries out a complete educational course of managerial personnel training. Established in 1991, the Academy has acquired the status of a presidential institution and is considered to be the leading state higher educational establishment in the system of training, retraining and requalification of managerial personnel.

Academy teaching staff include 155 Doctors of Science and PhD holders.[citation needed] Ministers and heads of governmental structures, key specialists of industrial enterprises and institutions, prominent Belarusian scholars, statesmen and foreign specialists also take part in the educational process.[citation needed]

Each year more than 6000 students, trainees and post-graduate students attend courses at the Academy. About 4500 civil servants also take their upgrading courses here.

Every year the Academy members publish hundreds of research papers, dozens of monographs and teaching aids. The Academy pays close attention to the research work of students, young scientists. There is a Student Scientific Association and a Council of Young Scientists. The Academy has established a Council on theses defense for the Doctor of Economics degree.[citation needed]

The Academy of Public Administration organizes traditional international and national scientific conferences such as:

Information Resources Management, Public Administration (conference of young scientists), Theoretical, Methodological and Applied Aspects of the Public Administration in Belarus and Abroad (students' conference). The Academy of Public Administration publishes "Research Papers of the Academy of Public Administration under the aegis of the President of the Republic of Belarus", the journal Problems of Management. Both publications are on the list of the scientific periodicals of the Republic of Belarus that publish the results of thesis researches.

Structure of Academy[edit]

Rectorate[edit]

  1. Anatoly Shrubenko, Doctor of Economics, Professor (with 14 September 1992 to 3 April 2000)
  2. Peter Brigadin, Doctor of historical sciences, Professor (with 21 July 2000 to 14 November 2001)
  3. Peter Kuharchik, Dr.Sci.Tech., Professor (with 14 November 2001 to 25 April 2003)
  4. Stanislav Knyazev, Doctor of Law, Professor (with 25 April 2003 to 15 November 2007)
  5. Anatoly Morozevich, Dr.Sci.Tech., Professor (with 15 November 2007 today)
  • First Pro-rector
  • Pro-rector on study
  • Pro-rector on scientific work
  • Pro-rector on study
  • Pro-rector on the general questions
  • Professor-adviser

Offices[edit]

  • Office for HR and Legal Affairs
  • Accounting and Finance Office
  • Educational and Methodical Office
  • Organization and Analysis Office

Institutes[edit]

Managerial Personnel Institute[edit]

Management Department Innovative education department Pre-university Education Department
  • Chair for civil and economic law
  • Chair for administrative law
  • Chair for constitutional and international law
  • Chair for theory and history of the state and law
  • Chair for the corporate economy
  • Chair for economics
  • Office for law
  • Chair for information resources management
  • Chair for economic and mathematical management methods
  • Chair for foreign languages
  • Chair for philosophic sciences
  • Chair for physical training
  • MA course
  • Center for Social and Psychological Activities

Civil Service Institute[edit]

Education department Re-education department Career Enhancement Department
  • Chair for the theory and practice of state administration
  • Chair for ideology and political sciences
  • Chair for foreign languages
  • Chair for the state administration of the social sphere and Belarusian studies
  • Chair for the state administration of economic systems
  • Chair for international relations
  • Chair for administration psychology
  • Chair for the administration of regional agribusiness systems
  • State Development Department
  • Organizational and Methodical Office

State Administration Theory and Practice Research Institute[edit]

  • State Administration Research Center
  • State Human Resources Policy Research Center
  • Education Technologies Center
  • Center for the Scientific Support for the Automated Data System Reserve
  • Listeners and Students Research Laboratory

Centers[edit]

  • IT Center
  • Press Center
  • Center for International Cooperation and Educational Programs
  • Center for Upbringing and Youth Initiatives
  • Trade complex of the Academy of Public Administration under the aegis of the Belarus President
  • Publishing Center

Subdivisions[edit]

  • Postgraduate Studies Office
  • Research and Innovations Planning and Organization Office
  • Library
  • Logistics Office
  • Capital Projects Office
  • Administration Office
  • Hostels

International cooperation[edit]

The Centre was formed to promote Academy's international links and mutually beneficial contacts with related national and foreign educational and research establishments on the basis of bilateral and multilateral agreements and running programmes on cooperation aimed at task solution in managerial personnel training and re-qualification.

The Centre promotes Academy's cooperation with its partner institutions:

37 agreements have been signed between the Academy and its partner institutions.[1]

The Centre actively supports student and faculty exchange.

The Centre for International Cooperation and Educational Programmes provides assistance in organizing meetings between Academy's governing body and prominent international figures, lectures by representatives of foreign missions and international organizations held both for teaching staff and students. The Academy was visited by the heads of diplomatic legations from  Russia,  Kazakhstan,  Ukraine,  China,  Cuba,  Venezuela,  Turkey,  India,  UK,  France,  South Korea,  Israel,  Poland,  Germany,  Iran,  Lithuania,  Moldova,  Turkmenistan,  Estonia and also by UNDP Resident Representative in Belarus.[2]

Eurasian Association of Academies of Public Administration[edit]

Academies of Public Administration of  Belarus,  Kazakhstan,  Kyrgyzstan,  Russia,  Tajikistan and  Ukraine will create the Eurasian Association of national academies and public administration and public service institutes. To sign authorized documents of Association it is planned in March, 2010 in Minsk.

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