Development of Higher Education of the XXI Century in the World Context in the Face of Global Challenges

Nataliia Hrechanyk, Oksana Vasiuk, Lesya Matsenko, Nataliia Folomieieva, Oleksii Koriakin, Svitlana Vyhovska


The article is devoted to the problem of higher education development in the twenty-first century in the context of global challenges. Since the scientific research did not include an empirical component, theoretical methods of scientific knowledge (analysis, synthesis, abstraction, etc.) became additional components of the methodological toolkit, and the analysis of relevant scientific publications on educational issues for the period of 2019-2023 was taken as a basis. For convenience, the materials were systematized according to the relevant topics: development and implementation of innovative methodology in the educational process; opportunities for integrating digital technologies into education, digitalization; stakeholder requirements for the personality of a specialist and their implementation in the educational process; problems and prospects for the development of the educational sector; transformation of higher education in Ukraine under the influence of a full-scale war. The purpose of the article was to analyze certain aspects of the development of higher education in the twenty-first century. The analysis of publications allowed us to identify visions of ways to solve educational problems and modernize higher education. Particular attention was paid to the peculiarities of the organization of higher education in Ukraine during the war and the factors that will stimulate/hinder the development of post-war Ukrainian higher education. The generalization of information obtained from relevant scientific sources made it possible to model the process of transformation of higher education today, to identify global factors, to point out the incentives and the path of development that the educational sector is currently moving along. The novelty of the proposed research lies in the attempt to systematize existing scientific studies and build a holistic vision of the transformation processes in higher education. The article is aimed at educators, students, educational reformers, and researchers and aims to draw attention to the importance of educational issues.

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