The Essence and Content of Integration Processes in the Belarusian System of Education
Keywords:integration, process of integration, educational system, degree, mobility, CIS, educational space
The article deals with the integration processes taking place in the education system of the Republic of Belarus which, in its modern form dates back to 1997 and the signing of an agreement to equalize the education system across member states of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) and, more recently, to the Bologna Declaration and the country’s accession to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) in 2015. The CIS agreement formed the basic model of integration of the Belarusian education system while inclusion in the EHEA programme, along with the advances in Information Technology (IT) that have occurred over the past two decades, has greatly broadened its scope. The article discusses the essence and content of integration processes in the global education space; their purpose, function, structure, application and benefits they bring to furthering education both within national borders and internationally. the article goes on to detail the model of integration of the Belarusian education system that interfaces with other member states of the CIS.
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