BRICS Countries Education Export: Challenges and Forecasts
The purpose of this research is to study how the BRICS countries can ensure the active involvement of foreign citizens from partner countries, taking into account the territorial and sectoral segments of the world market. The work relies on expert panels, aimed at reducing initially differing points of view of experts from different countries to more consistent provisions. This method allowed us to record changes in the observed values, characteristics, to study the dynamics of the development of processes in the field of education export. Export of education allows an increasing the number of foreign citizens to study in higher education institutions in BRICS states. Based on the factor analysis of the national education systems of the BRICS countries in terms of tasks and forecasts, a matrix of requests from scientific fields is compiled and recommendations are made.
Keywords: national education systems, export education
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