E3S Web Conf.
Volume 210, 2020Innovative Technologies in Science and Education (ITSE-2020)
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|Published online||04 December 2020|
Spatial features of training highly qualified scientific and pedagogical personnel in the South of Russia
Southern Federal University, Zorge str., 40, Rostov-on-Don, 344000, Russia
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The key factors of the socio-economic development of society are science, innovation and new educational technologies that shape and reveal the scientific, pedagogical and production potential of the country. The formation of an innovative economic model today is impossible without the intensive development of fundamental and applied research activities, which makes higher educational institutions one of the most influential elements of the implementation of the concept of advanced development of the territory. There is a need to improve the institutional framework, expand the academic network, strengthen interuniversity cooperation for the development and effective operation of the entire educational sphere. The Russian higher education system, which is responsible for the reproduction of professional scientific personnel, is in a state of large-scale transformations, which is reflected in the main institutes for training highly qualified personnel - postgraduate and doctoral studies. Transformations in higher education affect the quality of training of future specialists, and also form a certain imbalance in their territorial organization in different constituent entities of the country. The article discusses the particularity of training, spatial characteristics and provision of subjects of the South of Russia with scientific and pedagogical personnel of the highest qualification.
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