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The Internationalization of Higher Education - the Opportunity of the Successful University of the Future
Stoyko Stoykov, Sevdalina Dimitrova

Last modified: 2018-02-12


The penetration of mankind into the noosphere (the era of knowledge) determines the need for nations (such as the Bulgarian) facing a demographic collapse to concentrate on the accumulation of intellectual potential that they have been used to strengthen and develop the wellbeing of Bulgarian civil society, as well as on its own in an integration and coalition aspect. And in order for our country to develop dignifiedly and successfully in world intellectual competition and to withstand external and internal adverse impacts, it is more than necessary to achieve it through the national spiritual and scientific potential that it possesses and will form in the future. This is possible through much larger investments in science education and a dynamic education system that integrates the international approach in higher education and the placement of Bulgarian higher education in the European space.


education, university, internatiozalization.


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