16 May 2022
On December 21, 2021, representatives of IKBFU Daria Gerber, Director of the International Office, and Elena Kutsenko, specialist of the Division for Internationalization and International Partnership, took part in the international conference "ALLVET project: challenges and solutions for the implementation of the Bologna process in TIPO systems".
 
At the conference, the partner universities shared their experiences in implementing the ALLVET project. Besides, the participants actively discussed the perspectives of the project development within the potential of Russia and Kazakhstan as well as the peculiarities of the methodology and development of updated curricula on the basis of the credit-module approach.
The conference also featured reports on the themes of dual business education, emotional burnout of teachers, psychology of Generation Z motivation and leadership in education.
The ALLVET project has been implemented at Baltic Federal University since 2020. Its goal is to create a platform for long-term interaction between secondary vocational education and higher education, aimed at the effective implementation of teaching and learning tools in the educational process that meet the principles of the Bologna Process.
Partners of IKBFU in the project are European universities: Dresden Technical University (Germany), southeast European Research Center (Greece), Edge Hill University (Great Britain), Deusto University (Spain); universities of Kazakhstan: Narhoz University, Sulaiman Demirel University (Kazakhstan), Suleyman Demirel University (Kazakhstan), and the University of the South Caucasus. The following universities in Kazakhstan: Narkhoz University, Suleiman Demirel University, International University of Information Technologies, and Russian educational organizations: Mordovia State University, Don State Technical University, NP "Agency of strategic initiatives in the field of education" Bologna Club" (Rostov-on-Don), Certification Association Russian Register (St. Petersburg).