Бадарч Дендев (BADARCH Dendev)
Born in 1954, Mr. Badarch holds an Engineering Diploma in Management Information Systems (MIS) and Computer Sciences (1978) from the Ural
State Technical University in Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation, and a PhD in MIS and Computer Sciences (1989) from the Moscow Civil Aviation
Engineering University, Russian Federation. Mr. Badarch's extensive academic career with the Mongolian Technical University in Ulaanbaatar began
with his position of lecturer, assistant professor, Chair of the Computer Science Department and the Director of The Computer Science School.
In 1992, Mr. Badarch was elected as a President and Rector of the Mongolian Technical University, a position he held until 2003. During this
time the Mongolian University of Science and Technology became one of leading Universities of Mongolia through extensive reform initiatives
implemented successfully. Mr. Badarch joined the UNESCO Secretariat in May 2003 at the Organization's branch in Moscow as a Programme
Specialist in Education. In June 2005, Mr. Badarch was designated as Director ad interim of the UNESCO Office in Moscow and in 2006 he was
appointed as the UNESCO Representative and the Director of the UNESCO Office in Moscow. In January 2008 he was also designed as a.i.
Director of the UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education (situated in Moscow). Mr. Badarch is the author of various
articles and publications in the fields of higher education, engineering and ICT in education.
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