HISTORY PAGES AFRICAN STUDENTS IN THE USSR: TWO DESTINIES, TWO CAREERS
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HISTORY PAGES AFRICAN STUDENTS IN THE USSR: TWO DESTINIES, TWO CAREERS
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S0321-50750000617-4-1
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Published
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61-66
Abstract
African students, who have got education in the Soviet Union, are living and working today in all over the world. They are involved in joint ventures with the Europeans political, economic, scientific and cultural international projects, building a career, the basis for which was laid in Soviet universities. The article is about the features of the educational process in the former USSR, activities of daily living, as well as the formation of professional trajectories of two African students who studied in the USSR in the 1960s-1980s.
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African students in the USSR, higher education, student community, international education, racial conflicts, African fraternities, careers
Date of publication
01.12.2014
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