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2019, vol. 36, br. 10-12, str. 1-14
Značaj reformi i internacionalizacije visokog obrazovanja u skladu sa Bolonjskim procesom
Univerzitet Privredna akademija u Novom Sadu, Pravni fakultet za privredu i pravosuđe

e-adresajelena@pravni-fakultet.info, majasubotin@yahoo.com
Ključne reči: visoko obrazovanje; Evropski prostor visokog obrazovanja; internacionalizacija; Bolonjski proces; otvoreni obrazovni resursi
Sažetak
Proces reforme visokog obrazovanja uveo je mnoge inovacije u obrazovne sisteme i doveo do donošenja mnogih novih propisa u ovoj oblasti. Evropsko društvo znanja počiva na dva stuba - Evropskom istraživačkom prostoru i Evropskom prostoru visokog obrazovanja. Evropski prostor visokog obrazovanja se kontinuirano razvija putem međunarodne saradnje i akademske razmene, koje se pak realizuju preko ministarstva, institucija visokog obrazovanja, a uključuju studente i nastavno osoblje. Mora se naglasiti da je ekonomska i kulturna globalizacija nametnula nove izazove sistemu visokog obrazovanja. Internacionalizacija visokog obrazovanja se smatra jednim od načina na koji država reaguje na sve izraženiji uticaj globalizacije. Takođe, važna karakteristika Bolonjskog procesa je usvajanje novih pristupa u visokom obrazovanju. Jedan od tih pristupa je svakako koncept Otvorenih obrazovnih resursa. Kao što se u radu može videti, Bolonjski proces predstavlja stratešku transformaciju visokoškolskih ustanova i zaključak koji se nameće jeste da proces reformi u visokom obrazovanju svakako dovodi do ekonomskog i socijalnog blagostanja države.
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jezik rada: engleski
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DOI: 10.5937/ptp1910001X
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 24.02.2020.