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Problems of transition of Russian universities to master training of final-year students

A.A. Anikeev, K.A. Ushmaeva
80,00 Р


Аnikeyev Alexey

professor  Institute of Advanced Studies of the teaching staff


Ushmaeva Ksenia,

d. h. s.

The North-Caucasus federal University


Based on experience of Russian and foreign universities, elaborated are modern problems of organization of master training (magistracy) in high schools of Russia.

Key words: integration in the sphere of education, Bologna process, magistracy, experience of Russian high schools in training of masters, educational programs and competencies.



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