INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
BOLOGNA PROCESS – AWARENESS, INTEREST,
DESIRE, ACTION (BP-AIDA)

THE CONFERENCE IS SUPPORTED BY JEAN MONNET PROGRAMME GRANT

(Lifelong Learning Programme, the Education, Audiovisual and Culture
Executive Agency, the Commission of the European Union)









Committee of the BP-AIDA conference summed up the competition of students'essays “The Bologna Process – Awareness, Interest, Desire, Action”

The contest received more than 30 students’ essays from the Department of Economics, Institute of History and Sociology, Department of Foreign Languages, in different specialties and modalities. Most subjects of the articles cover the problems and prospects of implementation of the Bologna process in Russia and abroad, its advantages and disadvantages for the students and the academic community. The competition also includes articles on the problems of university management within the reform of higher education, quality assurance, HR, reproduction capacity of universities.

The Rector of N.P. Ogarev Mordovia State University congratulated the winners and awarded them with certificates and gifts at the plenary session of the conference on the 19 of April.

The winners are:

I place - Kirill Komarov, a student of the Institute of History and Sociology, "The Attitude of the Students to the Challenges and New Opportunities of the Modern System of Higher Education and the Bologna Process" (supervisor Martynova MD, PhD, Associate Professor);

I place - Anna Frolochkina, MA student of the Institute of History and Sociology, "Student as an Agent of Changes in Higher Education Within the Bologna Process" (supervisor Fadeev IM, PhD, professor);

II place - Dmitry Krymzin, MA student of the Faculty of Economics, "Study of the Quality of Human Resources of the University" (supervisor V. Sazhin, PhD, professor);

III place - Yambushev Damir, a student of the Faculty of Economics, "Current Approaches to Assessing the Quality of the Educational Process of the University" (supervisor Salimova TA, PhD, Professor);

III place - Mukhina Daria, a student of the Faculty of Economics, "The Bologna Process: New Challenges and New Opportunities For the Higher Education of Russia" (supervisor Filippova, N., Ph.D., professor)

Congratulations to the winners!

The Organizing Committee