New law on higher education in Ukraine: innovations and risks

Мосьпан, Наталя Вікторівна and Сисоєва, Світлана Олександрівна (2016) New law on higher education in Ukraine: innovations and risks Dedactica Slovenica, 30 (3-4). pp. 166-179.

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Abstract

Since the signing of the Bologna Convention in 2005, the higher education of Ukraine has been in a state of changes. Modern development of higher education in Ukraine is a subject of market economy laws, which require reforms of higher education in the context of global trends in education systems. The difference of national higher education structure from international one complicates the adaptation to international education standards, programs and qualifications. An important step to solve these issues was the adoption of the new Law on Higher Education of Ukraine in 2014. The basic mechanisms of reform are to ensure a fair competition in the education market, the modern methods of higher education public financing, the academic and financial autonomy of HEIs. These innovations aim to integrate the Ukrainian education system in the EHEA. This requires, on one hand, careful study of European experience, on the other hand – the preservation of national educational traditions. Accordingly, the aim of this paper is to study the changes and associated risks that the new law brought. Introduction.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: innovation; higher education; higher education institutions; a new law; reforms
Subjects: Статті у наукометричних базах > Scopus
Articles in journals > Наукові (входять до інших наукометричних баз, крім перерахованих, мають ISSN, DOI, індекс цитування)
Divisions: Institutes > Humanitarian Institute > Chair of the English Language
НДЛ > НДЛ освітології
Depositing User: Наталья Викторовна Мосьпан
Date Deposited: 14 Jan 2016 13:42
Last Modified: 10 Nov 2016 09:41
URI: http://elibrary.kubg.edu.ua/id/eprint/13018

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