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Реферат Chelsea College of Art and Design - Английский язык

  • Тема: Chelsea College of Art and Design
  • Автор: Юлия
  • Тип работы: Реферат
  • Предмет: Английский язык
  • Страниц: 14
  • ВУЗ, город: Москва
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ation in their higher education institution.In addition, the Bologna process opens the country for international competition in education, both in terms of meeting the education quality standards and possibilities for attracting foreign students.By and large, for the Russian education system the attraction of foreign students in the market environment is the matter of survival, since it means much money and hence jobs for professors and teachers and help staff. Another argument in favour of export of Russian education is as follows: if Russia takes a stand of a casual observer rather than active actor, it may quite soon become an educational colony. World educational corporations have global plans. Following Russia's joining WTO, powerful western centres will soon come to the country (remember the list of trade services in the WTO General Agreement). If by that time Russian education will have failed to become competitive, we will have no choice but to watch what others are doing. However, experts believe that the probability of dynamic increase of Russian export turnovers in the immediate future is not very high, the principal barrier being the position of those who would seem to be the most interested party. Lack of an intelligible state policy and corporate position of the Russian higher school prevents «knowledge» money from being brought into the country's economy. Currently, Russia is represented on the market dominated by strong interinstitutional consortiums by separate higher education in the sphere of interior design institutions. Such small-scale actions are simply unnoticeable on a global scale, which is proved by the current Russia's 0.5% share. Conclusion.To summarize it all up, Russia is a participant of the global education market, however, in the last decades its role on the market considerably changed. It has turned from a seller of education services into the supplier of Russian students to the US and European education and labour markets.Upon joining the Bologna process, Russia gets a chance to increase the competitiveness of its education by assuring European quality. However, this would be a challenging problem for a number of reasons:The national education policy should be developed if Russia indeed intends to enter into the world education market, upholding the geopolitical, economic and educational national interests.As was shown above, the players on the global education and labour markets are very strong with competition among them becoming ever stronger, so it would be very difficult to become a major player.At the same time, Russian higher education has a number of competitive advantages, including the experience of creating the best education in the world; experience in teaching foreign students; fundamental character of Russian education; low cost of education services.Following the disintegration of the Soviet Union, the role of the Russian Far East in the Russian economy and geopolitics has considerably increased, like the interest of Asian partners to Russian raw materials, scientific and technical achievements in MIC and basic science. Therefore, higher interest in Russian education in Far Eastern and Siberian higher education institutions can be forecasted.Distant education may provide a real opportunity for attracting this category of students. This market is still vacant. The only limitations for on-line studies may become technical capacities of students and higher education institutions.To represent the national interests on, and successfully develop, the world education market, a sound and substantiated state policy is needed, based on the knowledge of requirements and laws of the global market, joint efforts of state-run and private organizations capable of promoting such education. References:Baidenko, V.I. Russian University in a European Landscape // Vysshee obrazovaniye segodnya. - 2004. - N 8.Baklanov, P.Ya. 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