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Pedagogical sciences
Problems of export of educational services of the Russian Federation

Kuzmina V. M.

DOI: 10.21626/j-chr/2021-1(26)/7
UDK: 378
Article received: 01.04.2021
Article accepted for print: 20.05.2021
trans.date_of_release: 25.05.2021
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Currently, the export of educational services is a global business, which is aimed at making a profit and opportunities to expand cultural and economic ties between countries through the implementation of educational services to “consumers” of the educational services market.

Keywords:  

Russian Federation, export of educational services, world education market

This article is available only in the Russian language.

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Kuzmina V. M.

"South-West State University" kuzmina-violetta@yandex.ru