Education Policy of 3RD Generation Universities
Keywords:sustainable education, education policy, national strategy, university 3.0, leadership, lifelong learning, new technologies
Background: One of the tasks of the education policy of any state is the spread of its influence in the international arena. Today, universities are striving to take and strengthen their positions in the world ranking systems, demonstrating the status and reputation of universities in the global market of educational services. This ranking serves as a guideline for future students and their parents when choosing a place to receive a prestigious education and in the formation of individual trajectories of vocational training.
Approach: There are several approaches in the world to determining the criteria for assessing a state's education policy. But despite the differences, they all document the growing role of modern universities in the development of society. In many respects, it is important both in terms of guaranteeing the sustainability of society and in terms of ensuring a breakthrough direction in its development. In contrast to recent times, this role has grown significantly. Due to the fairly conservative and limited social system in its function, such universities become a central link in the development of innovative economies and social spheres - the science that produces the socio-economic development of a particular region, Education, innovation centers, national or as well as global processes.
Results: It covers all areas of the university, from cooperation with students to financial and scientific activities. A prime example of such an association is the International Strategy Advisory Service (ISAS 2.0) of the International Association of Universities or Universities (IAU).
Conclusions: Around the world, states are trying to stimulate and support these processes. In many countries, this is facilitated by opposition from high-tech companies to the reduction of the final amount of independent basic and applied research, in favor of collaborating with universities on basic research projects.
As part of its innovative activities, University 3.0 is involved in supporting business activities, analysis and consultation by experts from local governments and local authorities, opening facilities, and infrastructure for citizens, monitoring regional development, services to citizens are provided for lifelong learning and support student entrepreneurship projects that take into account the interests of the community.
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