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)









Evgeny V. Shevchenko

Evgeny V. Shevchenko, the director of the Training Centre "Expert Centre of evaluation of education documents" of the Institute of International Educational Programmes, St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University.

He worked as a technical assistant to the dean of the Faculty of Academic Affairs, Dean of the International Student Office. The initiator of the establishment and the head of the Russian first Chair of "Management of International Education." More than 20 years he is the head of the de-partment in charge of the recognition of foreign and Russian education documents.

Deputy Chairman of the Commission for the recognition of training courses, certificates of education and degrees in international non-governmental organization "INKORVUZ - XXI»; Deputy Chairman of the State Public Commission on Accreditation of experts in the field of recog-nition of foreign education documents; member of the presidium of the Association of Vice Rectors for International Relations of higher educational institutions of St. Petersburg and corresponding member of the International Academy of Higher Education; corresponding member of the Baltic Pedagogical Academy and member of the Working Group on the Bologna Process aspects, established by order of the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation of January 17, 2003 № 101 (until 2005).

He has published over 270 scientific papers, including 50 books and pamphlets. Scientific leader and expert in European and Russian projects in various areas of the Bologna process. Re-search interest is the problem of recognition of foreign qualifications in Russia and the recognition of Russian education documents abroad.

Awards: Awarded three medals, breastplates signs "Inventor of the USSR" and "Honored Worker of Higher Professional Education of the Russian Federation", three letters of the Ministry of Education.