Institute of Philosophy and Law SB RAS. Novosibirsk. Russia
E-mail: kate.lbova [at] gmail.com
Abstract. This paper compares the European and Russian experience of reforms in the field of higher education, through the formation history of the Bologna system. Considerable attention is paid not only to the description of the structural reform's essence, but also to the EHEA project, as an example of the implementation of the global trend that is about the availability of higher education in the world. Differences between the Russian and European experience lie both in the degree of implementation of reforms and in the nature of state control over their realization. In Russia, the principles of the Bologna system are implemented nominally due to external structural changes, while in Europe it was possible to achieve an increase in the level of student mobility and make education more accessible by giving to many universities the autonomy right in solving organizational issues.
Key words: Bologna system , European Higher Education Area (EHEA), Russian higher education, structural reforms.
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