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Practice of Education Modernization
COMPANIES AND UNIVERSITIES: RANKING OF COOPERATION PERFORMANCE

ENDOVITSKY Dmitry A. Dr. Sci. (Economics), Prof., Rector, Voronezh State University, Voronezh, Russia. E-mail: eda@econ.vsu.ru

KOMENDENKO Sergey N. – Cand. Sci. (Economics), Assoc. Prof., Voronezh State University, Voronezh, Russia. E-mail: komen@econ.vsu.ru

Abstract. Purpose. The purpose of this paper is to present a methodology for monitoring the cooperation between the business community and the system of higher education on the regional level and spotting active participants of such cooperation. The received data are to be used for developing the support policy of the effective partnership models by state government and entrepreneurs associations. Methodology/approach. The monitoring was carried out with respect to the Voronezh region companies and universities in May-June 2015 (the data was collected for the year 2014). The research method involves surveying regional universities and building composite ratings of companies based on their involvement in higher education and considering the range of cooperation forms and their value. The research data analysis included pre-verification and allowed for measurement error. The final ranking used integral binary criteria. Findings. The research results provide statistics with regard to the abundance of specified forms of cooperation between universities and companies. It also points out groups of companies exercising significant influence over the region's system of education. The ranking of companies is used by the Voronezh region government and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry and was used as a basis for similar research in other regions as well as a prototype for a methodology of monitoring the cooperation between companies and institutions of secondary professional education. Originality/value. For the first time, an assessment of the scale of and factual abundance of specified forms of cooperation between the Russian business community and the system of higher education has been performed. The results obtained can be of interest to those researching functioning of the Triple Helix model (partnership between government, companies and education) in Russia as well as to authors of higher educational institution rankings.

Keywords: Triple Helix, partnership between universities and business community, cooperation with companies, rankings

Cite as: Endovitsky, D.A., Komendenko, S.N. (2016). [Companies and Universities: Ranking of Cooperation Performance]. Vysshee obrazovanie v Rossii [Higher Education in Russia]. No. 2 (198), pp. 5-14. (In Russ., abstract in Eng.)

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The paper was submitted 23.12.15.

Educational Programs in Entrepreneurship for Bachelor Degree Students and Requirements to their Implementation
Rubin Yuri B. – Dr. Sci. (Economy), Prof., Rector, Moscow University for Industry and Finance “Synergy”, President, of the Russian National Association for Entrepreneurship Education. Moscow, Russia. E-mail: yrubin@mfpa.ru

Abstract. The article describes a practical approach to design content of entrepreneurship education programs for bachelor degree students and different learning courses in order to form necessary competencies for professional doing business. As well the author outlines the requirements to institutional conditions of teaching process in Entrepreneurship education for bachelor degree students related to the quality of learning courses, the competencies of academic staff, practical training, learning infrastructure.

Keywords: entrepreneurship education program, faculty members, mentors, tutors, business trainers, and entrepreneurs in teaching staff, Universities infrastructure for entrepreneurship education, Universities centers for entrepreneurship, co-working centers, students clubs for entrepreneurship, business-incubators, business-accelerators, centers for prototyping, commercialization, technology transfer, intellectual property protection

Cite as: Rubin, Yu.B. (2016). [Educational Programs in Entrepreneurship for Bachelor Degree Students and Requirements to Their Implementation]. Vysshee obrazovanie v Rossii [Higher Education in Russia]. No. 2 (198), pp. 5-14. (In Russ., abstract in Eng.)

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The paper was submitted 20.12.15.

TRENDS OF the DEVELOPMENT OF HIGHER PHARMACEUTICAL EDUCATION

Golikova Natalia S. – Leading researcher of the Department of Innovation Management, I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University. E-mail: nataliya_golikova@inbox.ru

Tarasov Vadim V. – Cand. Sci. (Pharmacy), I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University. E-mail: tarasov-v-v@mail.ru

Krasnyuk Ivan I. – Dr. Sci. (Pharmacy), I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University. E-mail: krasnyuki@mail.ru

Savosina Elena F. – project management specialist of the Department of Innovation Management, I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University. E-mail: e.f.savosina@gmail.com

Abstract. The dynamic development of the pharmaceutical industry in the Russian Federation is closely connected with training of qualified personnel, which in turn requires modernization of the education programs of higher professional education. Comparative analysis of the field, objects and kinds of professional activity, professional tasks of the pharmacist presented in the current Federal state educational standard (FSES HPE 3) and the new FSES HE 3+ in the specialty "pharmacy" allows to identify the main patterns and trends in the development of the Russian pharmaceutical education. Educational programs developed and implemented by institutions of higher vocational education must meet the requirements of employers for graduates with regard to the transfer of the domestic pharmaceutical industry to international standards.

Keywords: pharmaceutical education, pharmacist, regulations, FSES HE, education programs, preparation of specialists

Cite as: Golikova, N.S., Tarasov, V.V., Krasnyuk, I.I., Savosina, E.F. (2016). [Trends of the Development of Higher Pharmaceutical Education]. Vysshee obrazovanie v Rossii [Higher Education in Russia]. No. 2 (198), pp. 28-37. (In Russ., abstract in Eng.)

References

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The paper was submitted 29.10.15.

Higher Education Pedagogy
Problems of master’s degree training in Economics

MOTOVILOV Oleg V. – Dr. Sci. (Economics), Prof., Saint-Petersburg State University, Saint-Petersburg, Russia. E-mail: o.motovilov@spbu.ru
Abstract. The author proposes a number of ideas relating to MA training in economics. The paper considers the situation where in one audience meet the students with different levels of training including those who enter economic master's degree courses but do not have basic economic education. The responsibility for the implementation of the proposed solutions of this problem lies both with the university and the teacher. The author analyzes the situation when the state examination board is formed entirely by the employers' representatives or by members of professional associations. A number of problems that may arise in this case are discussed in the paper.

Keywords: magistracy, master’s training in Economics, competence, employers, applicants, state examination commission

Cite as: Motovilov, O.V. (2016). [Problems of Master’s Degree Training in Economics]. Vysshee obrazovanie v Rossii [Higher Education in Russia]. No. 2 (198), pp. 38-45 (In Russ., abstract in Eng.)
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The paper was submitted 25.11. 15.

Successive model of master training IN ENGINEERING

POSTNIKOV Sergey N.Cand. Sci. (Phys.- Math.), Assoc. Prof., Head of educational department, Tomsk State University of Architecture and Building, Tomsk, Russia. E-mail: psntomsk@gmail.com
Abstract. The article addresses the ways of improving training of masters in engineering. The paper reviews the existing approaches to master training in conformity with features of master training in engineering. The author proposes a model of master training based on successive bachelor and master programs. The elaborated algorithm allows to construct bachelor’s and master’s competence portrait. This portrait defines the structure and the content of training programs.

Keywords: engineering education, two-tier education system, MA in engineering, bachelor’s degree program, successive programs, competence, competence portrait

Cite as: Postnikov, S.N. (2016) [Successive Model of Master Training in Engineering]. Vysshee obrazovanie v Rossii [Higher Education in Russia]. No. 2 (198), pp. 46-53. (In Russ., abstract in Eng.)
References

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  2. Senashenko, V.S., Kon’kova, E.A., Vasilieva, S.E. (2012). [Graduate School in the Modern Model of Engineering Education]. Vysshee obrazovanie v Rossii [Higher Education in Russia]. No. 11, pp. 16-22. (In Russ., abstract in Eng.)

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The paper was submitted 30.12.15.

Lessons for university TEACHER

ROBOTOVA Аlevtina S. – Dr. Sci. (Pedagogy), Prof., Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia. E-mail: asrobotova@yandex.ru

Abstract. The author analyzes her own experience in designing master courses in pedagogy. The paper focuses on the challenges the university teachers face in their everyday practice. Postgraduate students stimulate a teacher to continuous self-education. This work demands persistent self-reflection, self-contemplation, and self-examination in order to reveal gaps in knowledge and to update it according to a new context of learning and teaching. A teacher should percept the necessity of himself (herself) using the words of M. Mamardashvili, and the first that he (she) has to do is to learn carefully the expectations of students and on this basis to design the MA course.

Keywords: master course in pedagogy, postgraduate students, teacher’s self-education, self-reflection

Cite as: Robotova, А.S. (2016). [Lessons for University Teacher]. Vysshee obrazovanie v Rossii [Higher Education in Russia]. No. 2 (198), pp. 54-60. (In Russ., abstract in Eng.)

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The paper was submitted 05.10.15.

Crossroad of Opinions
RUSSIAN PUBLICATIONS ON EDUCATION IN THE MIRROR OF SCOPUS

ZADOROZHNYUK Ivan E. – Dr. Sci. (Philosophy), Executive Secretary of the journal "Sociology of Education", Head of Department of Humanities and social magazines, National Research Nuclear University “MEPhI. E-mail: zador46@yandex.ru

STUKALOVA Tatyana N. – Head of the Centre for library and information support of educational and scientific activities, National Research Nuclear University “MEPhI. E-mail: TNStucalova@mephi.ru

Abstract. The paper analyzes the specificity of the position of Russian socio-humanitarian journals in Scopus citation database, addresses the lacuna of publications on educational issues that does not correspond to the declared by Scopus principle of geographical diversification. The authors stress the need for presence in the Scopus the publications covering the perspective of domestic higher education. Researchers in many countries including European consider the investigations of Russian theorists of higher education to be worthy of attention because of their creative and look-ahead character.

Keywords: citation database, Scopus, educational sciences, scientific journals, higher education, geographic diversification, engineering education, global higher education

Cite as: Zadorozhnyuk, I. E., Stukalova, T.N. (2016). [Russian Publications on Education in the Mirror of Scopus]. Vysshee obrazovanie v Rossii [Higher Education in Russia]. No. 2 (198), pp. 61-67. (In Russ., abstract in Eng.)
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