Dmytro Sherengovsky

Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs and Internationalization

Received his higher education at Ivan Franko National University in Lviv, specialising in the field of International Relations, Diplomatic and Consular Service. Defended his PhD degree in the field of Political Problems of International Systems and Global Development. Title of PhD thesis “Conflict causing factors in modern international systems”

Took part in internships and training at the universities of Bamberg (Germany), Wuerzburg (Germany), Viadrina European University (Germany), the Free University of Berlin (Germany). Former guest researcher at the Nanovic Institute for European Studies, University of Notre Dame (USA). Former national consultant at UNDP-Ukraine for the development of online education for business on Sustainable Development Goals in 2019-2020. Member of the Midwest Political Science Association (USA), OSCE Research Network, and the International Association of the Humanities (MAG-IAN). Former member of Sectoral Expert Council 29-International Relations at the National Agency for the Quality of Higher Education.

Since September 2021 -Vice Rector for Academic Affairs and Internationalization

2020-2021 – Deputy Vice Rector for Academic and International Affairs

2016 – 2019 – Head of the Academic Department of the Ukrainian Catholic University. Academic policies, faculty development, international academic relations, quality assurance).

2014 – 2016 –Head of the Department of International Academic Relations of the Ukrainian Catholic University.

2013 – 2014 – Manager of Public Relations of the Department of International Academic Relations of the Ukrainian Catholic University. Coordinator of the Semester Abroad Program for foreign students.

2012 – 2013 – Creative director of the company H.E.A.D. (HoReCa, Entertainment, Advertising, Design), (project management, branding, ATL, BTL, PR, analytics, copywriting, organization of large-scale events, internal administration).

2009 – 2010 – Development Manager at the Publishers’ Forum (analysis of effective activity, writing and developing projects, grant acquisition, public relations).