Rector, the Head of the Fundamental Studies Department.
Alexander holds PhD degrees in Economics, Education, and Technical Sciences. He is an Academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Higher Education System, Professor. He is a winner of “Yaroslav the Wise” award (2000), the “Excellence in Education of Ukraine” (2000), was awarded the sign “For scientific achievements” (2009), Diplomas of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine (2000) and the Committee of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine on Science and Education ( 2001). He received an honorary award of the Ministries of Culture of Ukraine and Georgia “Bridges of friendship. Ukraine – Georgia “(2005). He also holds national awards – the honorary title of “Honored Educator of Ukraine” (2002) and Ukrainian Presidential award – the Order “For Merit”, of the third degree (2006).
He is an Academician-Secretary of the Academy of Sciences of Higher Education System of Ukraine.
He is a member of the American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine, the International Trade Club in Ukraine, the official representative of the German-Ukrainian Society of Economy and Science in Ukraine.
He is an individual member of the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs – ACBSP.
In 1974 he graduated with Honors from the Department of Automation and Computer Engineering of Kyiv Institute of Engineers of Civil Aviation. In 1979 he defended his Ph.D. dissertation for the degree of candidate of technical sciences. In 2003 he defended his Doctoral Dissertation in Education and in 2014 – in Economics. Since 1991 O.O. Romanovskyy has been lecturing at universities and colleges in the UK (London, Birmingham, Wolverhampton), Germany (Munich, Heidelberg, Hannover), USA (Chicago, Madison, Washington, New York, Wauwatosa, Wheaton), China (Beijing, Tianjin, Huilin, Nanjing, Changsha, etc.).
He is the author of over 280 scientific and educational works, including 19 monographs, textbooks, teaching aids. The topics include algebraic polynomial matrices, analysis and synthesis of electronic networks, introduction of computer technology in higher education, automation of production and management, administrative activities of enterprises and institutions of international higher education, innovation in education, business education issues, and entrepreneurship in higher education theory and practice of entrepreneurial universities in the world and so on.