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On using of competence approach by higher school and corporate structures (comparative analysis)

Vasiliy S. Senashenko, Tatiana B. Mednikova
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Vasiliy S. Senashenko,

Doctor of physics and mathematics,

Professor, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia,

Lomonosov Moscow State University,


Tatiana B. Mednikova,

graduate student, senior instructor,

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia,



Presented is analysis of the process of using of competence approach in professional sphere by corporate structures for training and developing of personnel. Examined is the problem of “finishing” of graduates of high school for elimination of differences between level of competences, obtained in high school, and needed by employers. Also shown is objective character of differences in structure and content of competences of high school’s graduate and professional with practical labor experience.

Key words: system of higher education, FGOS VO, models of competences, competence approach, professional sphere, corporate structures.



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