Skorobogatova Vera Igorevna, Candidate of juridical sciences, associate professor, director of Glavexpertcentre (building 3, 6 Leninsky avenue, Moscow, Russia), email@example.com
Rostovskaya Tamara Kerimovna, Doctor of sociological sciences, professor, head of the department of social pedagogics
and organization work with youth, Russian State Social University (18 Stromynka street, Moscow, Russia); deputy director of the Institute of Social and Political Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences (building 1, 6 Fotiyeva street, Moscow, Russia),
Background. Lifelong learning, quality of education, recognition of flexible learning paths, access to higher education – these challenges are discussed at various international platforms and forums. The article focuses on the formation of the European higher education area by 2020, where academic mobility and joint educational programs will play a key role, which can contribute to the quality of higher education and reduce unemployment among young people in the geopolitical space.
Materials and methods. The implementation of research tasks was achieved on the basis of the analysis of international legal documents, which determined the priority tasks in the field of education quality assessment and recognition of foreign education. The methodological potential includes methods of comparative legal analysis, which allow to compare the content and importance for the development of the theory and practice of regulation of priorities in the field of education quality assessment and recognition of foreign education.
Results. The formation and development of the Bologna reforms in terms of providing students and graduates with the opportunity to move in the European higher education area with the recognition of their qualifications and periods of study.
Conclusions. The study of strategic priorities for the recognition of foreign education and the quality of education in the European region allows us to understand the reasons, reasons and content in terms of providing students and graduates with the opportunity to move in the European space with the recognition of their qualifications and periods of study. Further improvement of higher education systems and more active participation of the academic community in this process is necessary to realize the full potential of the European higher education area.
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