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Strategy Development of Continuing Education in Entrepreneurial University

Student: Olga Petrova

Supervisor: Ilya Korshunov

Faculty: Institute of Education

Educational Programme: Management in Higher Education (Master)

Final Grade: 8

Year of Graduation: 2021

Modern programs in the system of high education as in Russia as in the world are created in the conditions of high uncertainty. Many tendencies influence on the strategic planning in the field of high education including life-long learning concept, such as: globalization of labour market, internationalization, competence approach, changing of personal values, digitalization of the society, heterogeneity of the requirements for universities’ graduates. This situation can be described by the situation of “innovative complexity” (Soshenko, 2020). Taking all these into consideration, we should predict not only the models of the future, but also the influence of the key stakeholders to the realization of the project for the future (subjective situation). In the context of activity approach, this means that methodological aspects of modeling should be based to the qualitative analysis of positions and opinions of main stakeholders, who are playing the main role in the implementation of the strategies to the reality. From the other side, prediction of the future development should be based to the conceptual basis, which allows to make the strategic analysis by the real management tools. This approach is very important from the methodological point of view, as the conceptual side of the studying phenomenon is not so clear and there are several interpretation of that, which depends of the researcher. This situation is the feature of the system of long-life-learning, as all the stakeholders consider that system from the different angles. Development of the long-life-learning system at the university is one of the drivers for university development. This case is discussed and analyzed in the research based to the case of Lobachevsky University.

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