Integration processes and trends in the world educational space: the case of CIS countries
Keywords:integration, process of integration, educational system, degree, mobility, CIS, educational space
The article focuses on the processes taking place in the education systems of the Eastern Europe countries. The general overview of the changes in the global higher education systems is presented in the article. The world educational space today is in need of serious transformations. Much attention is paid to the description and analyses of the integration processes taking place in European higher education and education within those countries comprising the Commonwealth of Independent States. The Comparative approach and literature review are mainly used as the methodology in the article.
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