THE MODEL OF THE INTERCULTURAL ADAPTATION ECOSYSTEM OF UNIVERSITIES AS AN ELEMENT OF STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT
S. V. Ilkevich (),
L. V. Prikhodko () and
N. L. Smith ()
Strategic decisions and risk management, 2021
The tasks of increasing the international competitiveness and export of Russian education within the framework of national development priorities are inextricably linked with the need to create a favorable environment for the adaptation of international students based on ecosystem and stakeholder approaches. The development of an integral and multidimensional model of the Russian intercultural adaptation ecosystem for universities and other educational organizations should take place with full recognition of the values of external and internal internationalization in all activities in order to form long-term key competencies. The model of the intercultural adaptation ecosystem should become a matrix and, in a way, a framework solution from the point of view of the strategic development of universities in the global world, taking into account rethinking and sophistication of their mission as a social institution in global partnership.The article offers a comprehensive vision of a model of an intercultural adaptation ecosystem of the educational organization with two contours â€“ internal and external. The internal contour includes four components: values, practices, processes and structures. The external contour of the intercultural adaptation ecosystem of an educational organization also includes four components: inner Russian educational collaborations, international cooperation, interaction with national and cultural communities, and recommendations for authorities.The authors offer a detailed analysis of the factors and priorities of the necessary organizational changes in Russian universities in the context of the tasks of intercultural literacy skillsâ€™ strategic development for all participants and stakeholders of the educational process with further transformation into the competence of cultural intelligence.
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