Прес-центр ВНТУ 18.08.2019, 00:38

Yevhen Baranchenko, a British scientist of the Ukrainian origin had a two-day visit to Vinnytsia National Technical University

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Ph.D. Eugene Baranchenko is a lecturer at the Department of Business, Innovations and Strategy of the Business and Law Faculty of Northumbria University in Newcastle.

He paid a return visit to VNTU.

The delegation from VNTU — Volodymyr Hrabko, the rector, teachers Anatolii Tekliuk, Mykola Pradivliannyi, Olena Slobodianiuk, Kostiantyn Koval, Dmytro Shtofel and Kateryna Podolianchuk, a student — visited the University of Northumbria in Newcastle last October.

This visit was paid under the project “Formation of the culture of academic integrity in the student environment”.

The purpose of Yevhen Baranenko's visit to Vinnytsia is to expand cooperation between VNTU and the University of Northumbria.

The British scientist emphasizes on the educational problems of both universities, he says they are very similar and have the same nature,

“I do not share the postulate “Be yourself!” It does not work now! People must develop and respond to challenges.”

The participants were able to analyze the vision, mission and strategy of the development of the British University; to compare the problems currently facing both Ukrainian and British universities and the higher education system as a whole.

Yevhen Baranchenko carried a workshop on grant applications and requirements to professional international publications.

Yevhen Baranchenko visited the HUB “City of Content” where he met Alina Diachenko, the director of the Institute for City Development. They discussed the idea of creating favorable conditions to develop entrepreneurial skills and creative economy in our region.