Distance Professional Training of Undergraduate Economics Students in Russia

  • Miliausha Faritovna Sirazetdinova Bashkir State University, Russia
  • Rushana Khusainovna Lukmanova Bashkir State University, Russia
  • Anatoliy Igorevich Stoletov Bashkir State University, Russia
Keywords: e-learning, electronic educational environment, professional training, educational standards, МООС (Massive Open Online Courses), distance learning systems (DLS)

Abstract

The research aims to identify the positive and negative experience of application distance learning for Economics students in Russia. Unlike most papers studying the motivation of applicants to choose economic distance education, the paper discusses the factors of its development in Russia, which differs both from those in the US and Europe, and from other specialties in Russia. The explanatory material is the statistics of admissions ratesand the analysis of universities’ location.

Author Biographies

Miliausha Faritovna Sirazetdinova, Bashkir State University, Russia

Bashkir State University, Institute of History and Public Administration, Scientific and Organizational
Department

Rushana Khusainovna Lukmanova, Bashkir State University, Russia

Bashkir State University, Institute of History and Public Administration, Department of Foreign History

Anatoliy Igorevich Stoletov, Bashkir State University, Russia

Bashkir State Agrarian University, Faculty of Agricultural Technologies and Forestry, Department of Socio-
Economic Disciplines and Humanities

Published
2019-12-01
How to Cite
Sirazetdinova, M. F., Lukmanova, R. K., & Stoletov, A. I. (2019). Distance Professional Training of Undergraduate Economics Students in Russia. Pedagogy, 135(3), 217-239. https://doi.org/10.15823/p.2019.135.12
Section
Articles