On September 16-18, 2020, the seminar "Development and implementation of the basic study program in accordance with Federal State Educational Standard requirements" was held within the framework of the advanced training course
September 16-18, 2020, further vocational training program took place
The event was hosted by the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation (MGIMO University).
Gennady Tolstopyatenko, First Vice-Rector of MGIMO, made a welcoming speech to the event participants. He drew attention to the great practical importance of holding such events for improving the work of the educational organization of the higher education, noted the relevance of the topics presented for discussion, and also thanked NAA’s staff and personally NAA’s Director for holding the seminar.
Further, Lemka Izmaylova, NAA’s Director, told the audience about changes in the procedure of state accreditation of educational activities; updating of regulatory legal documents; peculiarities of organizing work in 2020 in terms of a pandemic. Ms Izmaylova drew special attention to the importance of presenting all the necessary information on the official website of an educational organization on the Internet in accordance with the regulatory legal acts.
During the seminar, the speakers provided the audience with information on a basic study program development in accordance with the requirements of the Federal State Educational Standard; the preparation of a package of documents of an educational organization for the state accreditation procedure, etc.
NAA’s leading specialists, experts of the Federal Service for Supervision in Education and Science, as well as representatives of Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, RUDN University, National Research University “Moscow Power Engineering Institute” took part in the seminar.
At the end of the event, a special workshop was organized, where the participants could make audit of a higher education program (bachelor's and master's levels).