Center for Experimental Eurasian Education

The Center for Experimental Eurasian Education was established in 2019 through the joint efforts of universities from four Eurasian states: Armenia, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, and Russia. Its most important goal is mutually beneficial cooperation in scientific, educational and methodological activities in the field of education and science for the formation of scientific and methodological support for the socio-cultural, scientific, educational and industrial activities of the Eurasian states.

To achieve this most important goal, the Founders intend to carry out effective interaction in such areas as:

  • organizing and conducting joint scientific research, projects and programmes on topical issues of modernization of education and training of innovative personnel within the framework of the EAEU and Greater Eurasia;

  • exchange of research and scientific and methodological developments;
  • advanced training and organization of the exchange of internships for scientific and pedagogical workers, undergraduates and PhD students;
  • exchange of scientists for lecturing and conducting scientific consultations, seminars and master classes;
  • organizing and facilitating the bilateral exchange of students, undergraduates, PhD students and teaching staff;
  • promoting the development of joint educational programmes for bachelor's and master's programs, including double degree programmes and “trilingual education”;
  • organization of joint international scientific and practical conferences, seminars, round tables, meetings, including using remote technologies;
  • introduction to the Eurasian scientific circulation of the results of scientific research and practical developments in the field of integration of scientific and educational activities and professional training of innovative personnel for the Eurasian states.

For the practical implementation of the planned actions, the programme of the Eurasian Scientific Forum annually includes a scientific event that helps to discuss topical problems of training innovative personnel for the Eurasian space; publish collections of scientific papers by researchers and practitioners from different states of Greater Eurasia. From 2021, leading experts from different regions of the Eurasian continent read a series of open lectures.

The Center initiated a new publishing project “Teacher to Student”, its content provides for familiarization of students with the scientific work of their teachers.