Internationalization of the Educational Process in a Market Economy

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A.A. Davlyatshaev, A.A. Temirkulov


Background: The article discusses the issues of internationalization of educational processes, increasing the role of heads of higher educational institutions, the relevance of these processes in a market economy, and their positive impact on the international activities of higher educational institutions.

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Methods: Methods such as comparative analysis, comparison, and systematic approach were used in the research process.

Conclusions: Intuitive methods of personnel selection are unacceptable in the formation of professors and teachers of higher educational institutions. Internationalization processes bring serious changes to the policy of selecting professors and teachers and personnel in higher educational institutions. Internationalization processes begin to affect the future needs of faculty and staff, which creates the need to develop programs to determine the permanent need for faculty and staff and to develop programs for their development.

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