The humanities and social science

2011 Issue №3

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The trajectories of university education modernisation with the use of contemporary forms of international university cooperation



This article focuses on the key levels of internationalisation of higher education in Russia against the background of implementation of Bologna process principles. The authors analyse the experience of the Faculty of Economics of the Mikhail Lomonosov Moscow State University of putting into practice the models of joint master's degree programmes.


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