Challenges and innovation of management in higher education: Ukrainian dimension

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Iryna Humeniuk
Oleksandr Humeniuk
Olena Matiienko
Elvira Manghos
Kostiantyn Malyshev
صندلی اداری


Educational management is becoming a global priority as higher education institutions are recognizing the importance of offering high-quality, high-engagement teaching and learning experiences. The current research presents the analysis of educational management in higher institutions of Ukraine covering both the general state management and university management particularly. The article offers examination of world experience in the educational management, the impact of globalization, current challenges in education worldwide on the development of Ukrainian educational management. The methodology applied in the paper includes qualitative analysis method, method of critical induction, information reinterpretation, and finally generalization. Based on the research conducted it is stated that for the Ukrainian management in education, such notions as centralization and narrow-minded view of the professional competence of the manager still prevail. However, as the result of globalization, internationalization, and digitalization the impact of the managerial experience of the developed countries on Ukraine is essential; there are trends in the transition to a modern type of management education, strengthening its professional and personal orientation, the emergence of new educational programs competitive worldwide.


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Author Biographies

Iryna Humeniuk, Podillia State University

Ph. D. of Philology. Work at the university has been lasting for 15 years. Taught disciplines: English for Specific Purposes (ESP), Business English, Scientific English. Scientific interests: education, teaching ESP, linguistics, phraseology. 

Oleksandr Humeniuk, Podillia State University

Master Degree

Olena Matiienko, Vinnytsia Mykhailo Kotsiubynskyi State Pedagogical University

Candidate of Sciences (Pedagogy), Associate Professor. Her continuous length of service exceeds twenty-five years. Apart from scientific research work, Olena Matiienko is involved in teaching. Among the courses she teaches are: Foreign languages for specific purposes, Foreign languages for academic purposes, Business English etc. Scientific interests: Education, Pedagogy, Upbringing, Methodology of teaching foreign languages, Psychology of the Higher school.





Elvira Manghos, National Pirogov Memorial Medical University

Candidate of Sciences (Pedagogy). Associate Professor of Philosophy. Her continuous length of service exceeds twenty-nine years. Since 2020 she has been working at National Pirogov Memorial Medical University, Vinnytsia. Apart from scientific research work. Among the courses she teaches are: Foreign languages for specific purposes, Medical English etc. Scientific interests: education, pedagogy, upbringing, methodology of teaching foreign languages, psychology of the higher school. ResearcherID L9577-20018

Kostiantyn Malyshev, Zhytomyr Polytechnic State University

Candidate of Law, Ph.D. student, specialty 281 «Public Administration and Law»


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