Main features and key tendencies in partnership between Russian Federation and China in higher education field

Sang Tianzi
1. Heilongjiang University, Harbin, China
501252414@qq.com
The material was received by the Editorial Board: 01/12/2018
Abstract 
This study discusses the current state and prospects of cooperation between China and Russia in the field of education. In the context of the project “The Belt and Road Initiative”, the Eurasian economic Union for cooperation between the two countries in the field of higher education opens up new opportunities and prospects. Cooperation between countries at several levels of training: at the level of undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate studies. This paper focuses on the features, problems and new opportunities of training in the field of science and education, training of students and he development of intercultural communication. The article provides a detailed analysis of the existing agreements and concludes with the development prospects, taking into account the needs of the two countries. The presented analysis will make it possible to form an idea about not only the current state of cooperation in higher education for the two countries, but also to determine the vector of further development to strengthen international relations in this area. 

Keywords  
China, Russia, cooperation, higher education, joint training 

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References: Sang Tianzi Main features and key tendencies in partnership between Russian Federation and China in higher education field. World of Economics and Management. 2019, vol. 19, no. 1. С. 107–114. DOI: 10.25205/2542- 0429-2019-19-1-107-114