DEVELOPMENT OF INNOVATIVE METHODOLOGY FOR PROJECT MANAGEMENT IN GLOBAL EDUCATIONAL SERVICES MARKET

Author:

Ryzhkov Alekandr , The Admiral Makarov National University of Shipbuilding, Mykolaiv, Ukraine

Language: russian

Annotation:

Urgency of the research

In conditions of competitive struggle in the market of educational services, the choice of the inappropriate methodology for managing the educational project, irrational allocation of resources, untimely control of the quality of the provided services can lead not only to the loss of the existing contract, but also to the reduction of the university's reputation in the international arena.

Actual  scientific researches and issues analysis

In the concepts of international activity of Ukrainian universities there is no unified approach to the implementation of international contracts for the provision of educational services to foreign citizens. As a consequence, the lack of competitiveness in the international arena.

Uninvestigated parts of general matters defining

Special attention should be paid to applicants from the People's Republic of China. According to the "Report on the development of Chinese students studying abroad," China took the first place in the world in terms of the number of citizens sent annually to study abroad. According to UNESCO statistics, the number of Chinese students abroad is 14% of the world's total, turning China into the largest provider of foreign students.

The research objective

To develop a unified methodology for managing projects for the provision of educational services to a foreign customer.

 The statement of basic materials

An innovative methodology for managing projects for the provision of educational services to a foreign customer has been developed. In this methodology, a general calculation of the quantitative assessment of the quality of the provision of the educational service is applied. A universal computational program was created. The results obtained made it possible to quickly make adjustments to the educational process in order to improve the quality of educational services for the international customer.

Conclusions

1. A methodology for project management for providing educational services for a foreign customer was developed. Within the framework of the methodology for the joint educational program "2 + 2", a sectoral distribution of responsibility for project management was developed and implemented.

2. A general calculation of the quantitative evaluation of the quality of training is chosen.

3. A universal computational program has been developed for calculating the quantitative assessment of the quality of teaching.

4. The PME methodology was introduced into the working processes of the NUS and its Chinese partners.

Key words:

quantitative assessment of quality, principal project management approaches, international educational program

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