On Some Aspects of Higher Education and Role of Large Cities
Information explosion and transition in economically developed countries to mass higher education resulted in a number of problems connected with the quality of training specialists with higher education and organisation of the system of higher education and regulation of processes that take place in it. Roots of the current problems in higher education should be searched for in 70s and 80s of the past century. Problems of higher education in this period appeared in developed western countries and in former USSR were nearly the same. They were left unsolved and events that took place in the post-Soviet territory during the past decades added new problems. The most complex problems of higher education in Ukraine are multiple increase of a number of colleges and decentralisation of the system of higher education of the country, which, in its turn, had a negative impact on quality of training. The article offers a number of measures which would allow finding a way out of this situation and would simultaneously free the country budget from excessive load. Major Ukrainian cities would play a special role in allocating objects of the higher education system. The article allocates two groups of problems, responsibility for solution of which lies on the bodies of authority and college personnel respectively. It offers new approaches to the work with structures of educational subjects and intensification of the education process.
Volume (Year): (2014)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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