Master’s education in Russia: status and possibility to use foreign experience (problem statement)

Volume 7 (2022), № 4, P. 309–315

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Abstract:

The paper presents an analysis of the major problems that the university community faces in the modern practice of organizing and implementing master’s education in Russian universities. To develop of master’s education in the Russian higher education, it is useful to turn to the experience of the leading countries of higher education in the world. The system of higher education in the USA is of research interest. A brief overview of the types of master’s programs in American universities is presented.

Keywords:

higher education, master’s degree, master’s education, modern Russian magistracy, magistracy
in the USA

Author:

Irina N. Burkova, Natalya L. Korshunova
Far Eastern Federal University,
Vladivostok, Russian Federation

For citation:

Burkova I. N., Korshunova N. L. (2022) Master’s education in Russia: status and possibility to
use foreign experience (problem statement). Sotsialnaya kompetentnost = Social Competence. Vol. 7. No. 4. P. 309–315. (In Russ.).

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