SOME ASPECTS OF MULTILINGUAL EDUCATION IN MODERN EUROPEAN UNIVERSITIES
Keywords:globalization, internationalization, multilingualism, educational management.
The present research is aimed at tracing the implementation of multilingualism in higher education institutions of Europe. In the first part of the article such notions as globalization, internationalization, multilingualism and educational management have been defined. The practical part of the paper deals with the description of the peculiarities of multilingualism implementation in the leading European universities, which have been selected according to the rankings compiled by the Times Higher Education. The research has been conducted on the information materials that the official web-sites of the selected European universities contain. To achieve the aim of the research, several general scientific methods have been applied. When tracing the peculiarities of multilingualism implementation in practice, we have taken into account several criteria, such as the principles of academic mobility for faculty and students and the principles of international cooperation, opportunities for foreign language learning, and the existence of permanent courses in foreign languages. We have come to the conclusion that a multilingual component is being successfully implemented in all the European institutions of higher education selected for the present paper.
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