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Transformation of higher financial education in contemporary conditions

E.S. Vylkova, N.G. Viktorova, E.N. Evstigneev
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UDC 37.09:336    


E.S. Vylkova is Dr.Sci. (Economy), Prof., Prof. at sub-faculty of Economics at Russian Academy of National Economy and Public administration under the President of the Russian Federation, North-West Institute of management — branch е-mail:; N.G. Viktorova is Dr.Sci. (Economy), Ass. Prof., Prof. at Graduate School of Engineering and Economics, St. Petersburg Polytechnic Peter the Great University е-mail:; and E.N. Evstigneev is Cand.Sci. (Economy), Prof., Prof. at Graduate School of Engineering and Economics, St. Petersburg Polytechnic Peter the Great University е-mail:


Presented is research in development of Higher education, and in particular the fiscal and financial, that should be considered on the basis of a systemic integrated approach, that allows for the comprehensive construction of conceptual models of economic education. Smart education must be developed through the use of progressive elements of all pedagogical approaches, connectivism ideas related to the specifics of the learning process in the age of digital transformation, as well as system engineering. The concept of higher vocational and economic education in the tax sphere includes the presentation of systemic paradigms, scientific approaches and technologies that reveal the role and place of education in the country’s economic system and in the education system as a whole. It consists in a transition from a knowledgeable approach to a competent, student-teacher-turned-sovereign active subjects of cognitive activity who are able to build their personalized knowledge. This is to be facilitated by the creation of personal learning environments. The article defines the contours of the meaningful part of the personal learning environment, presents its scheme for the teacher of tax disciplines and for students in these disciplines. In today's conditions, it is advisable to widely play the educational process in universities to form super-professional skills, improve creativity, creativity and the ability to work in a team in all participants of the educational system, including using the method of VIRTUOSO. The competent use of an integral approach to the transformation of the domestic higher financial education is designed to improve the professional and super-professional competences of graduates, to increase their competitiveness in the global market of educational services, and labort.

Key words: Higher education, educational process, integral approach, competence, personal learning environment, gamification.


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