Organizational and Pedagogical Conditions of Academic Mobility Development of Students at School of Higher Professional Education

  •  Elena E. Merzon    
  •  Albina R. Fayzullina    
  •  Rinat R. Ibatullin    
  •  Dmitry A. Krylov    
  •  Neile K. Schepkina    
  •  Tatyana V. Pavlushkina    
  •  Elmira R. Khairullina    


The relevance of the stated problem is caused by the fact that the development of academic mobility of students and carrying out the program of mutual exchange and training of students and teachers in other higher educational institutions of Russia and the whole world, are one of the indicators of educational autonomy of the university. In this regard, this article reveals the conditions of formation, expansion, improvement of academic mobility of students, the conditions for a stable regulatory framework and the development of academic mobility conditions to prevent the brain drain. Proceedings of the article are of value to the heads of international departments and teachers of higher educational institutions of professional education, as well as valuable in the development of recommendations on the policy-making in the field of international education and the integration of the Russian professional schools into The Common Education Space.

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  • ISSN(Print): 1918-7173
  • ISSN(Online): 1918-7181
  • Started: 2009
  • Frequency: quarterly

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