The University Anti-Corruption Program proclaimes that its employees, executive officers, rector in its internal activities, as well as in its relations with business partners, public authorities, local self-government bodies are guided by the principle of “zero tolerance” for all manifestations of corruption and take all legistation measures required that need to prevent, detect and counteract corruption and related actions (practices).

The University Anti-Corruption Program is compulsory for all employees of the University, including executive officers of all levels, the rector, as well as for all subjects of economic activity (branches, divisions) that it exercises control.

The main anti-corruption standards and procedures of the University include:

  • familiarizing new employees with the contents of the Anti-Corruption Program, conducting training events on preventing and combating corruption
  • anti-corruption checking of business partners
  • provisions on mandatory compliance with the Anti-Corruption Program
  • selection criteria for business partners of the University
  • restricting on support by the University of political parties, charitable activities
  • the mechanism for reporting facts of contravention Anti-corruption program, facts of corruption or corruption-related offenses, and the confidentiality of such reports and the protection of accusers
  • making functions of the Commissioner and the staff for the prevention of corruption
  • procedure for reviewing accusers’ reports, including internal investigations and disciplinary action
  • professional ethics standards, duties and prohibitions for employees
  • mechanisms for the prevention and settlement of interest conflicts
  • gift restrictions
  • overseeing and monitoring compliance with the requirements of the Anti-Corruption Program

Employees and the rector of the University are prohibited from:

  1. use their official authority or their position and related opportunities in order to obtain undue benefits for themselves or other persons
  2. use any property of the University or its funds in private interests
  3. demand or receive any tangible or intangible benefit (for oneself or for relatives) in connection with performing their duties, which is not provided by an employment or other contract between them and the University
  4. organize, mediate or personally make any cash or non-cash payments or settlements with business partners of the University, if such payments or settlements are not provided by current legislation