Тенденција кон интернационализација на наставните програми во високото образование

Ivanovska, Biljana and Daskalovska, Nina (2011) Тенденција кон интернационализација на наставните програми во високото образование. Образованието во 21 век. pp. 255-257. ISSN 978-608-4616-24-5

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Abstract

Internationalisation of curricula and study programs can be implemented in different ways and it depends on the particular scientific field and area. Study programs with international content can have a comparative dimension or can aim at mediating intercultural competences as well as at their broadening and deepening. Through the exchange of university professors and guest students from abroad come new impulses and guidance in the development of teaching, thereby deepening the didactic and methodological objectives and competencies in the curriculum content. Integrated study programs with foreign higher education institution leading to joint degree, ie. dual degree, or study programs with mandatory joint graduate (master) thesis at the European higher education institutions require introduction and development of new curricula, where two different national systems of thinking and culture connect and lead to mutual development and contacts. Part of the mission of the university we come from is the selection and development of the university staff, active and professional development of the teachers, student mobility, teacher mobility, transparent administration, durability of the teaching program, through the development, cooperation and exchange projects – all these measures are considered to be positive and desirable steps for the development of any higher educational and scientific institution. Keywords: internationalization, curriculum, credit-transfer system

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Humanities > Languages and literature
Divisions: Faculty of Philology
Depositing User: Biljana Ivanovska
Date Deposited: 29 Jan 2013 07:41
Last Modified: 29 Jan 2013 07:41
URI: http://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/id/eprint/4872

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