Within the EUROPROC Project the article “The Higher Education Institution Project Activities as a Way to Prepare Prospective Professionals for the Research-Innovative Activities and the European Educational and Scientific Area Integration» has been published. The article published in the Polish Journal KELM having an index Copernicus dwells upon one of the effective ways of research and innovative preparation of graduates and postgraduates and their integration into International Educational and Research Area.
It might be fully implemented by the universities that, on the one hand, are considered to be the sources of innovation creation and spreading, on the other hand, they are one of the main centres for EU experience study and dissemination. Zaporizhzhya National University being a vivid example, it is demonstrated in what way the Development of the Concept of Project Activities provide the conditions supporting the youth’s innovative activity by means of their participation in regional, national and international projects and programs, the development of project skills and European project culture of students and postgraduates and their acquiring 21st century competences. The main objective of the activities is to prepare an innovative type of a specialist.
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