Director: Tatyana Prannik, Associate Professor, PhD in History
The centre was established on November 28th, 1991, according to the resolution of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus initially bearing the name of International Centre for Managerial Personnel Training and Business Cooperation. In 2001 the centre acquired the name of International Centre for Cooperation and Educational Programmes.
The centre was set up to
The first to coordinate the centre was Anatoliy Shrubenko (first Rector of the Academy). During the time of its functioning the Centre was also headed by Nikolay Semiletnikov (1992-1993, 1998-2002), Eduard Skobelev (1993-1995), Aleksander Kopot (2002-2005), Sergey Demkov (2005-2006), Boris Lysiakov (2006-2008), Tatyana Prannik (2008-2013), Tatsiana Samasiuk (2013-2015). Since 2015 the centre is managed by Ms Hanna Suleimanava.
The Centre was formed to promote Academy’s international links and mutually beneficial contacts with related national and foreign educational and research establishments on the basis of bilateral and multilateral agreements and running programmes on cooperation aimed at task solution in managerial personnel training and re-qualification.
The Centre promotes Academy’s cooperation with its partner institutions in Russia, Ukraine, China, Kazakhstan, Bulgaria, Venezuela, Cuba, Lithuania, Germany, Kirgizstan, Uzbekistan, Moldova, Azerbaijan, Singapore, Czech Republic, Armenia, Poland, Vietnam. 60 agreements have been signed between the Academy and its partner institutions.
The Centre actively supports student and faculty exchange.
The Centre for International Cooperation and Educational Programmes provides assistance in organizing meetings between Academy’s governing body and prominent international figures, lectures by representatives of foreign missions and international organizations held both for teaching staff and students. The Academy was visited by the heads of diplomatic legations from Russia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, China, Cuba, Venezuela, Turkey, India, UK, France, Korea, Israel, Poland, Germany, Iran, Lithuania, Moldova, Turkmenistan, Estonia and also by UNDP Resident Representative in Belarus.
22, Karl Marx Str.
Minsk, Belarus, 220030
Tel.: (+375 17) 229-53-55 (Director); (+375 17) 229-53-56.
Fax: (+ 375 17) 229-52-51
17, Moskovskaya Str., 220007, Minsk, Republic of Belarus
Phone: (+375 17) 229-51-11
Fax: (+375 17) 222-82-64