Some Aspects of Ensuring the Sustainable Development of Education in the European Union

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International integration processes in the field of education are particularly pronounced within the framework of the European Union, expressed in the creation of the European Higher Education Area, as well as in the intensification of the Bologna process—the system of harmonization of education systems in European countries. The article is devoted to the identification and consideration of the main trends whose influence on the development of the educational sphere can become decisive for its further development. Among those are university autonomy, ensuring and improving the quality of higher education, the process of internationalization, and standardization and digitalization. The methodological basis of the work was well-known general and particular methods of scientific research. The purpose and objectives of the article were to study the relevant problems of legal support for the development of education in the European Union.

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Dmitriy V. Galushko

Department of Legal Regulation of Economic Activities of Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation

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ORCID iD: 0000-0002-9301-9565

candidate of legal sciences, associate professor

Russian Federation, Moscow


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