FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC MODELS OF EDUCATIONAL SERVICES IN THE CONTEXT OF UKRAINE AND THE EU STANDARDS HARMONIZATION

Ludmyla Shulgina, Małgorzata Okręglicka

DOI Number
https://doi.org/10.22190/FUEO1904337S
First page
337
Last page
348

Abstract


The article is focused on the need for a systematic approach to the harmonization of Ukrainian and the EU standards and the proposal to develop standards for training specialists in the relevant field in compliance with the standards on the level of qualifications and working conditions of teachers. The conflict between human rights for spiritual and physical development and the lack of opportunities for respecting these rights has been identified. It is proposed to resolve the specified conflict by introducing financial support for entrants. The starting positions of the formation of financial and economic models for providing/obtaining educational services have been outlined. The bases for the implementation of these models are: the strategy of innovative education development; the infrastructure for providing information support for decision-making; as well as the system of criteria for determining the appropriateness of the model selection. Regarding the feasibility of introducing financial and economic models for providing/obtaining educational services in Ukraine, what has been discussed, among others are: public, business, credit, self- and combined financing. The criteria for the selection expediency and the application of each model are justified.

Keywords

financial and economic model, educational services, state financing, business financing, credit financing, self-financing, combined financing

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