INTEGRATION OF EUROPEAN EDUCATIONAL POLICY TRENDS IN THE PREPARATION OF PHDS IN UKRAINE: ACADEMIC INTEGRITY ASPECT

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Published: May 30, 2024

Abstract

The article deals with integration of European educational experience as for academic integrity culture in the preparation of PhDs in Ukraine. Academic integrity, a cornerstone of higher education in the European Union (EU), underscores honesty, integrity, and excellence in research and teaching. Aligned with the Lisbon Strategy, the EU prioritizes quality education, positioning philosophy doctors as pivotal contributors to knowledge production. Upheld through legislative frameworks like the Salzburg Principles, academic integrity in the EU encompasses ethical standards, original research, and stringent measures against misconduct. The development of academic integrity in Ukrainian doctoral students involves educational initiatives, ethical committees, a regulatory framework, and international cooperation, contributing to ongoing efforts for high ethical and academic standards. The impact of European educational policy ideas in Ukraine, focusing on research, innovation, and internationalization, has the potential to enhance education quality and professional training. The integration of these ideas can elevate standards, prepare qualified professionals, and facilitate international collaboration in Ukraine.

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Kuzmenko, A. (2024). INTEGRATION OF EUROPEAN EDUCATIONAL POLICY TRENDS IN THE PREPARATION OF PHDS IN UKRAINE: ACADEMIC INTEGRITY ASPECT. Baltic Journal of Legal and Social Sciences, (2), 18-27. https://doi.org/10.30525/2592-8813-2024-2-3
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Keywords

academic integrity, Doctor of Philosophy, professional training, educational policy, integration

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