ISSN 2409-7616

Likhacheva O.N., Petrov I.F., Petrova S.I.


UDC 378

Likhacheva O.N.1 (Krasnodar, Russian Federation) –; Petrov I.F.1 (Krasnodar, Russian Federation) –; Petrova S.I.1 (Krasnodar, Russian Federation) – sofia–

1IMSIT Academy

Abstract.  In modern realities, cooperation between Russia, China and many other friendly states in various fields of activity is increasingly strengthened. The interaction covers various segments, including educational and cultural components, which at the present stage are the main aspects of cooperation. It is these components that represent the basis for the development of long-term and high-quality partnerships. The educational sphere always involves a cultural component, which has a positive effect on the perception of educational material and the preparation of a high-quality basis for effective interaction between countries. Education is an important component, for example, of Russian-Chinese relations, and in this context, it is appropriate to talk about exchanges at the level of schools, colleges and universities, as well as take into account the academic mobility of teachers. Educational and cultural exchanges of students from different countries should occur on an ongoing basis to achieve and realize the goals of training and education in the modern context. At the same time, migration for educational purposes is aimed at increasing the competence of pupils and students, also at expanding their horizons and increasing their general cultural level along with the academic component. The relevance of this work lies in the need to develop a systematic approach to educational migration and effective exchanges between Russian and foreign educational institutions. In this case, countries friendly to Russia are taken into account. The subject of the study is the academic and cultural features of exchanges in modern realities between students in Russia and students in friendly countries. The object of the study is the proposed exchange programs between students and schoolchildren from Russia and friendly countries. The scientific novelty lies in the development of a number of recommendations for effective academic mobility between Russian and foreign schoolchildren and students. The practical significance of the study lies in the possibility of effective application of the proposed recommendations on academic and cultural exchanges in the practice of various educational institutions in Russia and friendly countries.

Keywords: academic mobility, development, outlook, stages of learning, cultural component, competencies, effectiveness, recommendations.


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For citation: Likhacheva O.N., Petrov I.F., Petrova S.I. On the issue of academic and cultural exchanges in a modern stage. CITISE, 2024, no. 2, pp. 622-629.