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He has extensive experience in administrative work in the field of education. Currently, he is the Vice-Rector for Academic and Scientific Work of the International University of Tourism and Hospitality.
Prior to taking up the position of vice-rector at our university, he worked at the Abylai Khan KAZUMOIMYA (2008-2015) as Deputy dean, headed the Department of Regional Studies and International Relations. In 2015, he was invited to the University of International Business as head of the Department of Social Sciences and Humanities, and two years later (2017), as dean, he headed the Faculty of Basic Higher Education at this university. On the basis of the above-mentioned faculty, the Department of “Tourism and Hospitality” was created, where 3 educational programs in this field were successfully implemented.
Ivashov A. A. has published more than 20 scientific articles and a textbook (in scientific publications of the near and far abroad). Research interests-research of political and socio-cultural values, education in Kazakhstan.
From 2019 to 2020. Ivashov A. A. was the head of the scientific and educational international project Jean Monnet on the line of Erasmus+ on the topic: “Diversification of energy supplies to the European Union: challenges for the Central Asian countries”, where the main functional responsibilities were: planning, organizational design, control and registration of the final results of the project.
From 2011 to 2013, he participated in a research and educational project (manager) Tempus “Documentation for quality assurance of educational programs” (Tempus-DoQuP “documentation for quality assurance of educational programs”.
Held a research and teaching internship in the United States, in New York at the New School of Social Research University under the FDFP program, “Open Society” (2012, 2013).
He is an expert of the NAAR, an expert on the inclusion of OP in the Register of Educational Programs( ESUVO-CBPiAM), a fellow of the program ” Open Society Foundations Scholarship Programs (Faculty Development Scholarship Program at the New School of Social Research, 2012; 2013)”.