(Brief overview of the main chapters of the charter of the educational institution “Belarusian State Economic University”)
The Charter of the educational institution “Belarusian State Economic University” (hereinafter referred to as the Charter) is a new edition of the Charter of the educational institution “Belarusian State Economic University” (hereinafter referred to as the University), approved by order of the Minister of Education of the Republic of Belarus dated September 11, 2013 No. 695.
Organizational and legal form – institution, type – institution of higher education, type – university.
Location of the University: Partizansky Ave., 26, 220070, Minsk.
The founder of the University and the republican government body, authorized by the owner to manage its activities and property, is the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus.
The subject of the University's activities is the implementation of the educational program of secondary specialized education, educational programs of higher education, educational programs of postgraduate (research-oriented) education, educational programs of additional education for adults.
The main goals of the University are:
satisfying the individual's needs for intellectual, cultural and moral development through obtaining higher, secondary specialized, scientifically oriented and additional education based on the inextricable unity of the educational process and scientific research;
meeting the needs of the state and society for qualified specialists in accordance with the implemented educational programs;
training specialists who combine deep knowledge with a high level of culture and civic engagement, ready to independently solve various problems in the field of professional activity;
obtaining new scientific knowledge in fields of science corresponding to the main directions of the University’s activities, developing the humanistic traditions of science, education and culture of the Belarusian people and the peoples of the world community.
The University has in its structure separate divisions that are branches of the University:
Branch of the educational institution “Belarusian State Economic University” “Minsk Trade College”, located at the address: st. Vostochnaya, 183, 220090, Minsk;
Branch of the educational institution “Belarusian State Economic University” “Novogrudok Trade and Economic College”, located at the address: st. Mitskevicha, 15, 213400, Novogrudok.
The University has the following structural divisions: an institute without legal personality, faculty, department, laboratory, library, sports club, student club, campus, accounting, center, management, department, sector, service, history museum. The structure of the University may include other structural units.
The management of the University is based on a combination of the principles of unity of command and self-government. The direct management of the University is carried out by the rector.
The direct management of the institute without the right of legal entity at the University is carried out by its director.
The direct supervision of the faculty at the University is carried out by its dean.
The direct management of the department at the University is carried out by the head of the department.
In order to resolve the main issues of the University's activities, a University Council is created, the personal composition of which is approved by order of the University Rector.
The University Council is the main self-government body of the University and is headed by the rector. Decisions of the University Council that do not contradict the law and are approved by the Rector of the University are binding on teaching and other University employees and students (their legal representatives).
The main body of self-government of the faculty (institute without the right of a legal entity) is the council of the faculty (institute without the right of a legal entity).
The University is financed from funds
republican budget, funds received from revenue-generating
activities, free (sponsorship) assistance from legal entities,
individual entrepreneurs and other sources not prohibited
acts of legislation.
The property of the University is property owned by the Republic of Belarus and assigned to the University with the right of operational management. The formation of the University's property is carried out in the manner determined by legislative acts.
The University staff includes teaching staff (including teaching staff from among the teaching staff), scientific and other workers, as well as students.
Education and training at the University is carried out in Belarusian, Russian and English.
Education can be obtained full-time (daytime, evening), correspondence, distance learning and in the form of a job application.
Ideological and educational work at the University is carried out on the basis of state plans and programs for the education of youth, in accordance with the legislation and legal acts of the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus.
The goal of the ideological and educational work carried out at the University is to develop in students a moral, ethical, national, civil, psychological, aesthetic, environmental culture, a culture of labor and family relations, and a healthy lifestyle.
The goal of education is the formation of a versatile, morally mature, creative personality of the student.
The University carries out scientific and innovative activities in priority areas of fundamental and applied scientific research in accordance with the educational profiles for which specialists are trained.
At the University, in accordance with the procedure established by law, councils are created for the defense of dissertations for the academic degrees of candidate and doctor of science.
In order to disseminate scientific knowledge and improve the level of education, the University serves as the editorial office of the following media:
“Belarusian Economic Journal”;
magazine “Bulletin of BSEU”;
newspaper "The Economist".
The university carries out international activities
in the field of higher education, science and culture in accordance
with legislation, international treaties of the Republic of Belarus and this Charter.
International cooperation is carried out on the principles of independence, equality, mutual benefit, mutual respect and should not harm the sovereignty of the Republic of Belarus, national security and the interests of the individual, society and state.