IAUEK Analytical University

THE BASIC CONCEPT OF FOUNDATION AND ACTIVITIES OF THE INTERNATIONAL ANALYTICAL UNIVERSITY OF EXTENSIVE KNOWLEDGE (IAUEK ANALYTICAL UNIVERSITY; IAUEK)

Chapter 1. Foundation and legal status of the IAUEK

1.1. International Academy of Science and Higher Education acts as the founder of the IAUEK (IASHE; London, UK)

1.2. Founder of the IASHE – International Union of Commerce and Industry (IUCI; London, UK) is a direct affiliate in relation to the IAUEK

1.3. IAUEK is to subject to the state registration, as a legal entity offering services of a higher educational institution, in the UK or in one the West European countries

1.4. Concrete jurisdiction of the IAUEK will be defined by the founder just before the process of legalization of a legal entity. Such procedure will be initiated as soon as the project acquires the sufficient number of lecturers and volume of educational materials of necessary quality, needed to offer a full cycle of training to students possessing the Bachelor’s degree (acquired in other universities) in programs of the educational and qualification level “Master” in three humanitarian specialties.

Chapter 2. Mission of the IAUEK

2.1. The goal of the IAUEK is to create and develop an original technique of training of highly qualified specialists in various fields of knowledge and spheres of public work. These experts will possess such key professional traits as the developed analytical skills and the ability to solve the complex practical tasks (requiring complex knowledge developed on the edge of several interconnected fields) independently, quickly and efficiently.

2.2. Specialists-analysts trained by the IAUEK must be not only the qualified carriers of formal knowledge and professionals in the corresponding field, but also progressive researchers whose scientific activity will be aimed at solution of currently pressing problems and formation of new knowledge.

2.3. Educational work of the IAUEK is focused on current needs of the society connected with objective lack of experts in various fields able show independent, non-standard and effective thinking and promote progressive solution of complex practical and theoretical issues of everyday public life.

2.4. Fundamental feature of educational work of the IAUEK is orientation of educational programs towards practical needs of the society and science, as well as current demands of employers.

2.5. We believe that the IAUEK approach to training professionals is promising because it is based on the fact the education limited by one field or the specialized array of knowledge is often not able to: a) provide the student (diploma holder) with promising and well-paid work; b) provide the labour market with the human resources able to show non-standard and creative professional work. For this reason providing the IAUEK student with complex knowledge of a certain format and developing his/her advanced (profound) analytical skills we thereby: a) expand the potential sphere where the IAUEK graduate can possibly work; b) train the professional expert demanded by the labour market and able to solve complex capable practical tasks in the original way; c) promote the development of modern science by training creative researchers.

Chapter 3. Educational profile and development of the IAUEK

3.1. The IAUEK is created as a multiple-discipline university with classic structure of systematization of educational specialties and subjects. It implements original techniques of teaching and trains highly qualified experts in various fields with an extended volume of professional competences and personal skills.

3.2. The final full list of faculties and departments of the IAUEK must correspond to the system presented in Chapter 4 of this Concept.

3.3. The stage-by-stage dynamics of development of the IAUEK - training specialists with a certain educational and qualification level:

1 stage – only Master’s courses and Doctoral studies are functioning;

2 stage – Bachelor's programme, Master’s courses and Doctoral studies are functioning.

3.4. The stage-by-stage dynamics of development of the IAUEK - extension of the list of educational specialties:

1 initial stage - humanitarian specialties;

2 stage - specialties in the field of natural sciences are added;

3 stage - specialties in the field of technology, architecture and construction are added;

4 stage - specialties in the field of fundamental and applied sciences are added;

5 stage - specialties in the field of medicine are added.

3.5. Periodization of extension of the IAUEK educational specialties list presented in item 3.4 is not strictly imperative. It may be adjusted according to statements in the item 3.7.

3.6. Educational work of the IAUEK assumes the use of the following languages: a) English; b) German; c) French; d) Spanish; e) Italian; e) Russian; g) Chinese; h) Ukrainian.

In future, as the corresponding necessity and expediency arise, the IAUEK will add other demanded languages to the list of those used in the educational practice.

Full (self-sufficient) programs of training in a certain language are launched provided that the IAUEK structure includes the teaching staff and educational materials of necessary quality sufficient to provide students with a full cycle of training in the corresponding language.

If the full (self-sufficient) programs of training in a certain language are not yet launched by the IAUEK, lectures presented in such language will have the status of supplementary or alternative educational materials for carriers of the corresponding languages.

3.7. The studies in every specialty will be launched as soon as the IAUEK structure accumulates the teaching staff and educational materials of necessary quality sufficient to provide students with a full cycle of training within full (self-sufficient) programs of training.

Chapter 4. Final (future) format of the IAUEK faculties and departments system

Faculty Departments Languages of teaching Number of vacant positions of teachers
1 Faculty of Physics and Mathematics

1.1. History of development of theoretical concepts of physics and mathematics

1.2. Physics of the condensed state

1.3. Differential equations

1.4. Mechanics of deformable solid body

1.5. Physics of high energies

1.6. Discrete mathematics and mathematical cybernetics

1.7. Mechanics of liquids, gas and plasm

1.8. Physics of low temperatures

1.9. Chemical physics, physics of combustion and explosion

1.10. Physics of magnetism

1.11. Dynamics, durability of machines, devices and equipment

1.12. Geometry and  topology

1.13. Physics of plasma

1.14. Radio physics

1.15. Physics of semiconductors

1.16. Laser physics

1.17. Physics of the atomic nucleus and elementary particles

1.18. Computing mathematics

1.19. Planetary researches

1.20. Acoustics

1.21. Electrophysics, electrophysical installations

1.22. Crystallography, physics of crystals

1.23. Physical electronics

1.24. Theoretical mechanics

1.25. Mathematical analysis

1.26. Теоретическая физика Theoretical physics

1.27. Biomechanics

1.28. Mathematical logic, algebra and theory of numbers

1.29. Theory of probability and mathematical statistics

1.30. Physics of charged particles and accelerating technics

1.31. Mathematical physics

1.32. Thermal physics and theoretical heat engineering

1.33. Instruments and methods of experimental physics

1.34. Optics

1.35. Current issues of physics and mathematics

1.36. Analytical studies in physics and mathematics

English

German

French

Spanish

Italian

Russian

Chinese

Ukrainian

Currently the number of vacant positions is not limited. The final educational activity will include the best and the most original lecture courses offered by educators (authors) from different countries.
2 Faculty of Chemistry

2.1. History of development of theoretical concepts of chemical processes

2.2. Colloidal chemistry and physicochemical mechanics

2.3. High-energy chemistry

2.4. Analytical chemistry

2.5. Physical chemistry

2.6. Mathematical and quantum chemistry

2.7. Hetero-organic chemistry

2.8. Chemistry of solids

2.9. Catalysis

2.10. Radiochemistry

2.11. Inorganic chemistry

2.12. Organic chemistry

2.13. Bioorganic chemistry

2.14. Electrochemistry

2.15. Petrochemistry

2.16. High-molecular compounds

2.17. Current issues of chemical sciences

2.18. Analytical studies in chemistry

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3 Faculty of Biology (Biology, Botany, Zoology, Genetics)

3.1. History of development of theoretical concepts of the wildlife

3.2. Entomology

3.3. Developmental biology and embryology

3.4. Protistology

3.5. Microbiology

3.6. Parasitology

3.7. Physiology

3.8. Anthropology

3.9. Hydrobiology

3.10. Biophysics

3.11. Ecology

3.12. Bioinformatics

3.13. General biology

3.14. Plant physiology and biochemistry

3.15. Molecular biology

3.16. Biological resources

3.17. Radiobiology

3.18. Biochemistry

3.19. Ichthyology

3.20. Botany

3.21. Molecular genetics

3.22. Genetics

3.23. Soil science

3.24. Medical biology

3.25. Ecology and nature management

3.26. Virology

3.27. Mycology

3.28. Biotechnology

3.29. Histology, cytology, cell biology

3.30. Zoology

3.31. Current issues of biological sciences

3.32. Analytical studies in biology

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4 Faculty of Earth and Space Sciences

4.1. General Theory and History of Natural Science

4.2. Construction and exploitation of oil and gas pipelines and storages

4.3. Geological engineering, geocryology и mineralogical soil science

4.4. Geology, prospecting of fossil fuels

4.5. Cartography

4.6. Land utilization, cadastre, land monitoring

4.7. Geology, exploration of solid mineral deposits, minerageny

4.8. Paleontology and stratigraphy

4.9. Geomechanics, fracture of rocks by explosion, mine aerogasdynamics и and mine thermal physics

4.10. Petrology, volcanology

4.11. Meteorology, climatology, agrometeorology

4.12. Geomorphology and evolutional geography

4.13. Geophysics, geophysical methods of mineralogical deposits exploration

4.14. Land hydrology, water resources, hydrochemistry

4.15. Well-drilling and exploitation technology

4.16. Glaciology and cryology of lands

4.17. Lithology

4.18. Geotechnology (subterranean, open, construction-related)

4.19. Physics of the Sun

4.20. Technology and technique of prospecting

4.21. Economic, social and political geography

4.22. Mineralogy, crystallography

4.23. Geotectonics and geodynamics

4.24. Mining and oil-and-gas geology, geophysics, mine surveying и subsoil geometry

4.25. General and regional geology

4.26. Technology of development of offshore deposits

4.27. Natural resources beneficiation

4.28. Astrometry and celestial mechanics

4.29. Physical and bio-geography, soil geography and landscape geochemistry

4.30. Oceanology

4.31. Astronautics

4.32. Hydrogeology

4.33. Theoretical bases of mining systems designing

4.34. Astrophysics and radioastronomy

4.35. Geochemistry, geochemical methods of natural resources prospecting

4.36. Aerospace survey of the Earth, photogrammetry

4.37. Oil and gas field development and exploitation

4.38. Geodesy

4.39. Geoecology

4.40. Atmosphere and hydrosphere pysics

4.41. Geoinformatics

4.42. Current issues of the Earth and Space sciences

4.43. Analytical studies in the Earth and Space sciences

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5 Faculty of Technology

5.1. History of development of technical innovations and technologies

5.2. Structural materials processing in machinery construction

5.3. Processes and machines in agro-engineering systems

5.4. Transportation

5.5. Transportation, mining and building machinery construction

5.6. Documentary data

5.7. Metallurgy

5.8. Chemical technology

5.9. Radiotechnics and communication

5.10. Computer science, computer engineering and processes management

5.11. Technology of food products

5.12. Machinery construction and theoretical engineering

5.13. Electronics

5.14. Technology, machinery and equipment for lumbering, forestry, wood processing and chemical processing of wood biomass

5.15. Safety of human activity

5.16. Material science

5.17. Electrotechnics

5.18. Instrument engineering, metrology and data-measuring devices and systems

5.19. Shipbuilding

5.20. Technology of materials and products of light and textile industry

5.21. Power engineering

5.22. Aviation, rocket and space technology

5.23. Internet technologies

5.24. Cybernetics

5.25. Power machine building, metallurgical and chemical machine-building

5.26. Engineering geometry and computer graphics

5.27. Current issues of technical sciences

5.28. Analytical studies in technical sciences

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6 Faculty of Agriculture

6.1. History of development of agricultural technology

6.2. Agricultural chemistry

6.3. Officinal and essential oil crops

6.4. Orcharding and viticulture

6.5. Agrology and agrophysics

6.6. Breeding, selection, genetics and reproduction of livestock

6.7. Farm animals feeding and fodder technology

6.8. Melioration, revegetation and land protection

6.9. Vegeculture

6.10. Fodder production and meadow cultivation

6.11. Forest regulation and survey

6.12. Forestry crops, breeding and seed production

6.13. Fur farming and game management

6.14. General agriculture

6.15. Plant cultivation

6.16. Plant protection

6.17. Private zootechny, livestock products manufacturing technology

6.18. Dendrology and forestry, forest fire and firefighting

6.19. Agricultural and protective afforestation and settlement gardening

6.20. Breeding and seed production

6.21. Current issues of agricultural sciences

6.22. Analytical studies in agricultural sciences

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7 Faculty of History

7.1. General theory of history and main stages of the historical science development

7.2. National history of individual states

7.3. Archeology

7.4. History of international relations and external policy

7.5. History of science and technics

7.6. Ethnography, ethnology and anthropology

7.7. General history

7.8. Historiography, source study and methods of carrying historical research

7.9. Current issues of history

7.10. Analytical studies in historical sciences

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8 Faculty of Economics

8.1. Economic theory and the history of economic doctrines

8.2. Modern ways to ensure economic growth of the most developed states

8.3. Developing and transitional economies

8.4. World economy and international economic relations

8.5. Innovations in economics

8.6. Labor economics

8.7. Microeconomics

8.8. Information technology in the economic development

8.9. Bookkeeping, statistics

8.10. Accounting, statistics

8.11. Macroeconomics. Economic systems management. National and regional economy

8.12. Mathematical and instrumental methods in economics

8.13. Finances, banking, monetary circulation and credits

8.14. Investment activities

8.15. Current isses of Economics

8.16. Analytical studies in Economics

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9 Faculty of Management

9.1. Management theory and the history of management doctrines

9.2. Strategic management

9.3. Project Management

9.4. Human Resource Management

9.5. Quality management

9.6. Marketing and Logistics

9.7. Political management

9.8. Innovative Management

9.9. Financial management

9.10. Strategic management

9.11. Investment Management (Investments under uncertainty)

9.12. Risk Management

9.13. Information Management

9.14. Environmental Management

9.15. Crisis Management (Conflict Management)

9.16. Current issues of management

9.17. Analytical studies in Management

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10 Faculty of Philosophy

10.1. History of philosophy and anthology of philosophical doctrines

10.2. Ethics

10.3. Linguistic Philosophy

10.4. Philosophy of History

10.5. Logic

10.6. Philosophy of science and technics

10.7. Religious studies - theology

10.8. Philosophic anthropology,

10.9. Philosophy of culture

10.10. Aesthetics

10.11. Ontology and theory of cognition

10.12. Social philosophy

10.13. Current issues of Philosophy

10.14. Analytical studies in Philosophy

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11 Faculty of Languages

11.1. General Theory and History of Linguistics

11.2. Analytical linguistics (comparative historical, typological and contrastive linguistics)

11.3. The global system of languages

11.4. Classical philology, Byzantine and modern Greek philology

11.5. Common languages of international communication

11.6. National local languages

11.7. Theory and evolution of the Germanic languages

11.8. Theory and evolution of the Romanic languages

11.9. Theory and Evolution of the Slavic Languages

11.10. Theory and evolution of Near and Middle East Languages

11.11. Theory of Literature, Textology

11.12. Literature in common languages of international communication

11.13. World Literature

11.14. Study of folklore

11.15. Applied and Mathematical Linguistics

11.16. Chinese

11.17. English

11.18. Spanish

11.19. Arabic

11.20. Russian

11.21. Portuguese

11.22. German

11.23. French

11.24. Current issues of Philology

11.25. Analytical studies in Philology

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12 Faculty of Journalism

12.1. General theory and history of journalism

12.2. Information and communication theory

12.3. History of publishing and editing

12.4. Theory and practice of mass media

12.5. Textual criticism

12.6. Literary activity

12.7. Composition theory

12.8. Theory of social and political journalism

12.9. Direction and architectonics of the literary composition and publication

12.10. Editorial skills

12.11. Journalistic skills

12.12. Publishing

12.13. Printing production and typography

12.14. Communication technologies

12.15. Typology of mistakes and proof reading

12.16. Eristic

12.17. Assessment of quality of texts and qualilogy of the edition

12.18. Current issues of journalism

12.19. Analytical studies in the field of journalism

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13 Faculty of Law

13.1. Theory and history of state and law

13.2. Theory and practice of legal protection

13.3. Legal psychology and legal conscience

13.4. International public law

13.5. Theory and practice of legal reforms

13.6. Criminal law, criminology and penal law

13.7. System of government and the civil society

13.8. Legislative power

13.9. Executive power

13.10. Judicial power

13.11. Criminal trial, criminalistics, forensic examination and operational investigations

13.12. Civil, economic and arbitral procedure

13.13. Constitutional (state) and municipal law

13.14. Environmental and natural resources law, agrarian law

13.15. Administrative, financial and data protection law

13.16. Civil, business and commercial law

13.17. Family law

13.18. Private international law

13.19. Labour law, social security law

13.20. Current issues of the science of law

13.21. Analytical studies in the field of the science of law

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14 Faculty of Educational Science

14.1. Theory and history of Pedagogy and education

14.2. Anthology of pedagogical doctrines

14.3. General science of education

14.4. Theory, methodology and organization of educational activity and upbringing

14.5. Family education and home training

14.6. Educational systems

14.7. Innovations in education and pedagogical creativity

14.8. Education science in the realm of humanitarian and social sciences

14.9. Education science in the realm of technology

14.10. Education science in the realm of natural sciences

14.11. Education science in the realm of formal (abstract) sciences

14.12. Theory and methodology of higher education

14.13. Theory and methodology of professional education

14.14. Theory and methodology of school and preschool education

14.15. Correctional education (deaf-and-dumb pedagogy, Blindness and education, oligophrenopedagogics and logopaedics)

14.16. Pedagogy in scientific work

14.17. Current issues of Pedagogy

14.18. Analytical studies in the field of Pedagogy

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15 Faculty of Medicine

15.1. Theory and history of Medicine

15.2. Anthology of doctrines on medicine and health

15.3. General theory and practice of health care and public health

15.4. Epidemiology

15.5. Infectious diseases

15.6. Psychiatry

15.7. Skin and venereal diseases

15.8. Hygiene

15.9. Obstetrics and gynaecology

15.10. Neurosurgery

15.11. Pulmonology

15.12. Rheumatology

15.13. Anaesthesiology and reanimatology

15.14. Nervous diseases

15.15. Cardiology

15.16. Cardiovascular surgery

15.17. Remedial medicine, sporting medicine, balneology and physiotherapy

15.18. X-ray diagnostics, X-ray therapy

15.19. Surgery

15.20. Otolaryngology

15.21. Sociology of medicine

15.22. Eye diseases

15.23. Allergology and immunology

15.24. Nephrology

15.25. Gerontology and geriatrics

15.26. Stomatology

15.27. Forensic medicine

15.28. Labour medicine

15.29. Toxicology

15.30. Gastroentorology

15.31. Oncology

15.32. Aviation, space and marine medicine

15.33. Clinical laboratory diagnostics

15.34. Human anatomy

15.35. Traumatology and orthopedics

15.36. Transplantology and artificial organs

15.37. Pediatric surgery

15.38. Pathoanatomy

15.39. Urology

15.40. Pharmacology, clinical pharmacology

15.41. Physiopathilogy

15.42. Phthisiology

15.43. Hematology and blood transfusion

15.44. Chemotherapy and antibiotics

15.45. Pediatrics

15.46. Endocrinology

15.47. Narcology

15.48. Internal diseases

15.49. Theory and methodology of physical education, sports training, recreational and adaptive physical education

15.50. Cosmetology and cosmetic surgery

15.51. Current issues of Medicine

15.52. Analytical studies in Medicine

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16 Faculty of Pharmaceutics

16.1. Theory and history of Pharmacology

16.2. Anthology of doctrines on medicinal preparations

16.3. Innovations in pharmacology

16.4. Theory and practice of development and use of medical preparations

16.5. Pharmaceutical analysis and quality control of medical preparations

16.6. Medicinal product technology

16.7. Organization of pharmaceutical business

16.8. Pharmaceutical chemistry

16.9. Pharmacognosy

16.10. Current issues of Pharmacology

16.11. Analytical studies in the field of Pharmacology

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17 Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

17.1. Theory and history of veterinary science

17.2. Anthology of doctrines in veterinary science

17.3. Animals disease diagnostics and therapy

17.4. Veterinary obstetrics and animal reproduction bioengineering

17.5. Veterinary pharmacology and toxicology

17.6. Veterinary microbiology, virology, epizootology, mycology and mycotoxycology, immunology

17.7. Veterinary sanitation, ecology, animal hygiene and veterinary sanitary examination

17.8. Veterinary surgery

17.9. Animal pathology, oncology and morphology

17.10. Current issues of the veterinary science

17.11. Analytical studies in the field of veterinary science

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18 Faculty of Arts and Culture

18.1. Theory and history of arts and humanities

18.2. Phenomenology of culture and art

18.3. Theory of creativity

18.4. Theory of ethics

18.5. Theory of aesthetics

18.6. Theory and practice of cross-cultural communication

18.7. Evolution of cultures and their interaction

18.8. Museology, preservation and restoration of historical and cultural objects

18.9. Visual art

18.10. Entertaining art

18.11. Expressive art

18.12. Industrial art and design

18.13. Current issues of arts and humanities

18.14. Analytical studies in the field of arts and humanities

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19 Faculty of Architecture

19.1. Architecture theory and history

19.2. Building units, constructions and facilities

19.3. Urban and rural community planning

19.4. Structural mechanics

19.5. Restoration and reconstruction of historic-architectural heritage

19.6. Water supply, sewerage, water resources protection construction systems

19.7. Technology and organization of construction

19.8. Architecture of buildings and structures

19.9. Architectural creativity

19.10. Heating, venting, air-conditioning, gas supply and lighting

19.11. Construction materials and wares

19.12. Hydraulic engineering 

19.13. Hydraulics and engineering hydrology

19.14. Development of information technologies in construction and architecture

19.15. Design in modern architectural environment

19.16. Engineering and construction of roads, underground railways, airfields, bridges and transport tunnels

19.17. Foundations, underground facilities

19.18. Current issues of Architecture, Engineering and Construction

19.19. Analytical studies in the field of Architecture, Engineering and Construction

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20 Faculty of Psychology

20.1. History of development of theoretical concepts in the field of psychology

20.2. Phenomenology of an identity and the society

20.3. General psychology

20.4. Communication theory

20.5. Juridical psychology

20.6. Labour psychology, engineering psychology, ergonomics

20.7. Medical psychology

20.8. Psychophysiology

20.9. Pedagogical psychology

20.10. Correctional psychology

20.11. Psychology of personality

20.12. Social and political psychology

20.13. Developmental psychology, acmeology

20.14. Social relations and conflictology

20.15. Current issues of psychology

20.16. Analytical studies in psychology

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21 Faculty of Sociology

21.1. Theory, methodology and history of sociology

21.2. Social structure, social institutes and processes

21.3. Specialized and sectoral sociology

21.4. Methodology and methods of sociological studies

21.5. Economic sociology and demography

21.6. Sociology of culture and spiritual life

21.7. Sociology of management

21.8. Current issues of sociology

21.9. Analytical studies in sociology

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22 Faculty of Political Science

22.1. Theory of politics, history and methodology of political science

22.2. History of development of theoretical concepts in the field of politics

22.3. Theory and practice of international politics

22.4. Theory and practice of national politics

22.5. Social leadership and political regimes

22.6. Sociology and psychology of politics

22.7. Political problems of international relations and global development

22.8. Political institutions

22.9. Ethnopolitical conflictology

22.10. Development of political processes and technologies

22.11. Political management

22.12. Political PR and advertising

22.13. Anthropogenic elements of the military science

22.14. Philosophical and ideological doctrines of war and military conflicts

22.15. Geopolitical factors of the military science development

22.16. Strategy and tactics of military operations

22.17. Current issues of political science

22.18. Analytical studies in the field of political science

 

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Chapter 5. The IAUEK teaching staff (professoriate)

5.1. Vacant positions of Professor and Associate Professor teaching basic and optional disciplines are always open in the IAUEK.

5.2. Terms of filling vacant positions in the IAUEK, as well as requirements to applicants:

APPLICANT’S STATUS Requirements

1. DOCUMENTS

2. PUBLICATIONS

3. REPORTS FOR INDEXING

4. LECTURE MATERIAL

5. POSSIBLE STATUS

6. ANNUAL VERIFICATION OF THE STATUS

7. FUTURE STATUS IMPROVEMENT

1. Holder of the scientific or scientific and analytical degree with no experience in educational work - The notarized translation of the scientific degree diploma into English or the notarized copy of the document in English - The notarized translation of the list of at least 20 officially published scientific papers of the applicant into English, authenticated by a higher education institution or the authoritative scientific organization, or the notarized copy of the document in English - Submission of texts of at least 10 officially published original scientific papers for indexing in the scientometric database Socrates-Impulse (together with information about editions) - Presentation of an original author's video course on a basic (fundamental) or elective subject, corresponding to the scientific speciality and educational activity of the IAUEK Analytical university Deputy Professor Presentation of a new video course on a fundamental or elective subject Presentation of at least 3 video courses  - Adjunct Professor
2. Holder of the scientific or scientific and analytical degree with slight experience (less than 3 years) in educational work and no academic pedagogical rank of the University

- The notarized translation of the scientific degree diploma into English or the notarized copy of the document in English

- The notarized translation (into English) of the

document showing the experience in educational work issued by the University, or the notarized copy of the document in English


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Presentation of at least 3 video courses - Assistant Professor
3. Holder of the scientific or scientific and analytical degree with considerable experience (over 3 years) in educational work and no academic pedagogical rank of the University 

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Assistant Professor

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resentation of at least 3 video courses - Associate Professor

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4. Holder of the scientific or scientific and analytical degree with experience in educational work and the academic pedagogical rank of the University (Assistant Professor or Associate Professor

- The notarized translation of the scientific degree diploma into English or the notarized copy of the document in English

- The notarized translation (into English) of the diploma showing the academic pedagogical rank or the notarized copy of the document in English

- The notarized translation (into English) of the

document showing the experience in educational work issued by the University, or the notarized copy of the document in English


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Associate Professor

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Presentation of at least 3 video courses –Creative Professor
5. Holder of the scientific or scientific and analytical degree with considerable experience (over 5 years) in educational work and the academic pedagogical rank of the University (Associate Professor or Professor/Full Professor)

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- The notarized translation of the list of at least 30 officially published scientific papers of the applicant into English, authenticated by a higher education institution or the authoritative scientific organization, or the notarized copy of the document in English

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Basic (fundamental) subjects

Creative Professor

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Presentation of at least 5 video courses - Full Professor

6. Holder of the scientific or scientific and analytical degree with considerable experience (over 8 years) in educational work and the academic pedagogical rank of the University (Full Professor)

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- The notarized translation of the list of at least 40 officially published scientific papers of the applicant into English, authenticated by a higher education institution or the authoritative scientific organization, or the notarized copy of the document in English

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Basic (fundamental) subjects

Full Professor

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Presentation of at least 5 video courses - Distinguished Professor

7. Holder of the scientific or scientific and analytical degree with considerable experience (over 10 years) in educational work and the academic pedagogical rank of the University (Full Professor)

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- The notarized translation of the list of at least 50 officially published scientific papers of the applicant into English, authenticated by a higher education institution or the authoritative scientific organization, or the notarized copy of the document in English

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Basic (fundamental) subjects

Distinguished Professor

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Presentation of at least 5 video courses - Grand Professor

8. Holder of the scientific or scientific and analytical degree with considerable experience (over 15 years) in educational work and the academic pedagogical rank of the University (Full Professor)

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- The notarized translation of the list of at least 60 officially published scientific papers of the applicant into English, authenticated by a higher education institution or the authoritative scientific organization, or the notarized copy of the document in English

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Basic (fundamental) subjects

Grand Professor

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5.3. Main rules and principles of filling vacant positions in the IAUEK, as well as rules related to granting and improving academic pedagogical ranks (statuses) of the IAUEK lecturers are presented in the “Concept of building the teaching staff and educational resources of the International Analytical University of Extensive Knowledge” (IAUEK analytical university; IAUEK)”

Chapter 6. The IAUEK mode of study

6.1. The basic mode of study in the IAUEK is the most up-to-date, convenient, effective and the least expensive system of teaching and interaction with students – a remote interactive form of providing lectures and ensuring educational communications and knowledge control.

6.2. In cases when training students of certain specialties objectively requires implementation of empirical/experimental mechanisms of teaching and practical classes with personal communications with the lecturer, distance forms of teaching will be effectively combined with physical attendance in order to ensure high quality of education.

6.3. In cases when lecturers of basic (fundamental) subjects in any speciality provide reasonable relevant recommendations, the IAUEK may introduce elements of physical attendance of lectures for students of any educational profile

Chapter 7. Comprehensive knowledge

7.1. Providing students with high-quality knowledge in a comprehensive format is one of the key tasks for the IAUEK. Comprehensive knowledge is a rationally combined knowledge in different fields and of different kinds, building not only autonomous understanding of subjects within the line of profession in the student’s mind, but also an issue of  combination of such disciplines with the adjacent fields of knowledge. Comprehensive knowledge forms deeper understanding of essence of educational information by the student, extends the student’s outlook, develops analytical skills and considerably improves the educational competence.

7.2. During every year of studying the main speciality in the IAUEK the student must choose some adjacent subject (from among those included into the syllabus of the corresponding year or those studied earlier). The student must write the complex scientific and attestation paper covering the general issues of a speciality-related and an adjacent subject under the aegis of the faculty’s Analytical department.

7.3. During every year of studying, in addition to exams (tests) related to the corresponding subjects within the line of profession, the IAUEK student must take an exam (test) related to the chosen adjacent discipline and understanding of complex problems of all the specified disciplines.

7.4. Final educational qualification of the IAUEK student indicated in the diploma assumes listing of professional competences related to the speciality, as well as those related to additional disciplines studied by the student.

7.5. An additional objective instrument ensuring the formation of the students’ comprehensive knowledge and stimulation of their development is the international teaching staff of the IAUEK and the alternative access to their lectures (including different languages). This fact allows providing students with relevant knowledge taking into account the best practices and experimental methods of development of national scientific schools of various countries. It also develops skills of systems, comparative, deductive and inductive analysis.

Chapter 8. Analytics and publications

8.1. Every year during the entire period of studying in the IAUEK, every student must conduct 4 original scientific and analytical studies under the aegis of the faculty’s Analytical department and publish them under the auspices of the IASHE:

1) 2 researches related to the subjects (within the speciality) of the relevant year of study chosen by the student; these are reviewed and published in field-specific periodicals of the IASHE;

2) 1 research related to the subject outside the line of profession of the current year of studying or from among those studied earlier; this paper will be reviewed and published in the field-specific periodical of the IASHE;

3) 1 generalized analytical essay related to issues of the disciplines studied during the year; this will be reviewed and published under the auspices of the IASHE as the monograph.

8.2. The scientific work of the IAUEK student develops a creative approach to solution of the corresponding scientific problems and matters under study. It develops skills in independent creative thinking and a sense of responsibility for the personal conclusions and acts; it strengthens the student’s self-confidence and dispels the fear of complex practical and theoretical challenges.

8.3. Original publications by the student in professional scientific editions promote the distribution of his/her original ideas and their possible recognition in the scientific environment. They build a scientometric ranking of the student and also provide him/her with additional competitive benefits in the labour market.

 Chapter 9. Forms of academic performance control (attestation)

In educational practice of the IAUEK the following forms of academic performance control (attestation) are possible in distance or physical attendance modes:

1) tests;

2) exams;

3) attestation of original papers (publications reviewing);

4) defending the final qualification research (thesis);

5) assessment of practical skills (related to specialties where such form of control is reasonable and promotes the education quality improvement).

Chapter 10. The IAUEK diplomas and the Master’s/Doctoral codifier

10.1. Positive outcome of training in the IAUEK within the program of any educational and qualification level is substantiated by the basic and the wall-mounted diplomas related to the basic speciality, as well as the Europass system documents.

10.2. In addition, successful graduation from the IAUEK is substantiated by the “Analyst” diploma of the corresponding level. It generalizes and characterizes the results of the student’s scientific work.

10.3. The IAUEK graduate, who has finished the Master’s or the Doctor's training programs successfully also receives not less than 10 copies (the total number depends on the order of the persons concerned) of the Codifier. It is published as a monograph and contains all scientific papers written by the graduate.

Chapter 11. The integral component of this Concept is the "Concept of building the teaching staff and educational resources of the International Analytical University of Extensive Knowledge (Analytical university IAUEK; IAUEK)"

 

Chapter 12. Important issues of the IAUEK activities which traditionally belong to the nature of functioning of any university and not directly settled by this Concept, shall be regulated in the charter documents and regulations of the IAUEK according to rules of international law and the country of legalization of the IAUEK, and also taking into account the international standards of educational work.