1 G.M. Dobrov Institute for Scientific and Technological Potential and Science History Studies of the NAS of Ukraine

Nauka naukozn. 2017, 1(95):  70-85

Section: Science and Education
Language: Russian
Abstract: Important challenges faced by national systems of doctoral education in different countries are improving the education quality and training of highly qualified research personnel able to work effectively at the global labor market, participation in global economic relations, which solutions have strong effects for innovative capacities and competitiveness of national economies. Internationalization opens up prospects for improving and enhancing the quality of research training, simplifies access to obtaining academic degrees, increase the number of highly qualified scientists, and expands international scientific and technological cooperation. The article presents an analysis of internationalization of doctoral education in various forms in Ukraine, with showing their current trends. It is concluded that the adequate strategy for internationalization of doctoral education in the new geo-political and socio-economic conditions for Ukraine will be maximization of its results in the national context.

Keywords: doctoral education, post-graduate course, doctoral course, foreign investment, inter-national cooperation, individual mobility, international training programs, private international universities.


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