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International cooperation as factor of formation of intellectual potential IN THE North

Е.В. Кудряшова, Л.А. Зарубина
80,00 Р

UDC  327+378(470+571+98)    


E.V. Kudryashova is Dr.Sci. (Philosophy), prof., rector of university e-mail:; and L.A. Zarubina is PhD student, deputy vice-rector for International cooperation e-mail: at Northern (Arctic) Federal University n.a. M.V. Lomonosov


Researched is the process of transformation to a new model of society, based on knowledge, innovation and high technologies. Development of intellectual potential of Russia and systemic work with talented young people is one of key factors of ensuring innovative advancement of national economy, it’s competitiveness and contribution to addressing global challenges. Under the given conditions, facilitation of international scientific partnership, academic mobility and integration into international know-how global exchange become essential in development of the country and its transition to new technological model. Russian universities acting as one of the main subjects of international research collaboration and channels of knowledge and technology transfer are searching for effective educational approaches and models of training young scholars for technologies of the future. The article underlines necessity to take into account international dimension and obtaining experience of international cooperation in training young scholars, that is presupposed by complexity and interdisciplinary of modern research, creation of international scientific networks, intensifying mobility of researchers, development of digital technologies and global accessibility of research results. The article presents practices of introducing various tools of international cooperation aimed at integrating students and young researchers into global scientific environment by means of providing access to world knowledge and technologies and developing international competences. In particular, the authors provide the case of the Northern (Arctic) Federal University n.a. M.V. Lomonosov and address specific features and challenges of enhancing international cooperation in the Arctic Region.

Key words: international cooperation, training young scholars, academic mobility, Arctic Region.



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