The contemporary strategic challenges facing higher education
Venelin Terziev1, Marusya Lyubcheva2, Мarin Georgiev3
1Full Member of the Russian Academy of Natural History, Professor, Eng., D.Sc. (National Security), D.Sc. (Economics), D.Sc. (Social Activities), Ph.D.
Russian Academy of Natural History, Moscow, Russia
Georgi Rakovski Military Academy, Sofia, Bulgaria
University of Rousse, Rousse, Bulgaria
Kaneff University Hospital, Rousse, Bulgaria
2Associate Professor, Ph.D., University “Prof. d-r Assen Zlatarov”, Bourgas, Bulgaria
3Ph.D., Kaneff University Hospital, Ruse, Bulgaria, firstname.lastname@example.org
The article addresses the challenges facing higher education, related to the demographic problems and the quality of process management. The free movement and the single education area are changing attitudes, especially those of young people and their choice where to receive education. The demographic crisis, migration and the lower quality of previous levels of education are further exacerbating the situation in higher education. The article argues that a change in the educational management is necessary in order to find solutions to deficits and to build a model of ‘engaged universities’ where the quality of education is maintained at a level consistent with socio-economic processes.
Keywords: higher education, contemporary, changes, management.
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