The Dynamics of College Students' Opinions About the Modernization of Higher Education

Ivakhnenko, G. A.
July 2008
Russian Education & Society;Jul2008, Vol. 50 Issue 7, p44
Academic Journal
The article provides information on two comparative surveys among the students of several higher educational institutions in Moscow, Russia. The surveys aim to study processes of the modernization of higher education and to determine what attitudes students hold toward these processes. It also focuses on the college and university education on a tuition basis and nontuition basis as well as stipends and benefits for students. How well informed college students are about the Bologna Convention on Higher Education is also examined.


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