This paper presents the design of a conceptual model to run higher educational institutions based on Web-technologies. The advantage of this proposed system model is the integration of regulations governing the educational process in schools (curriculum specialty, work program discipline, teacher load) with information on the subject. This creates a holistic view of the user of the learning process and provides a single point of access to all information related to the educational process. Thus, the development of problem-oriented management systems is a major university approach to structuring the system and the formalization of different data and knowledge in mathematical models. The technique (a combination of methods) that allows unifying structure and mathematical tools used to develop integrated models.
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