Academic mobility of ukrainian study in globalized space: philosophical and legal aspects

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Department of Theory and History of Stateand Law, Constitution aland international law Lviv State University of Internal Affairs Ph.D.

In  the  article  on  the  basis  of  the  current  national  legislation  taking  intoaccount  modern 
challenges,  an  innovative  model  of  higher  education  institution  inUkraine  is  outlined.  In  the 
system  of  institutions  of  higher  education  of  Ukraine,  the  following  four  main  types  of 
ownership  can  be  distinguished:  it  is  a  state-owned  higher  education  institution  established  by 
the  state  financed  from  the  statebudget  and  subordinated  to  the  relevant  central  executive 
body;  Higher  education  in  stitution  owned  by  the  Autonomous  Republic  of  Crimea  –
established  by  the  authorities  of  the  Autonomous  Republic  of  Crimea,  financed  from  the 
budget  of  theAutonomous  Republic  of  Crimea  and  subordinated  to  the  authorities  of 
theAutonomous  Republic  of  Crimea;  Higher  education  institution  –  founded  by 
localauthorities,  financed  from  the  local  budget  and  subordinated  to  local  authorities;  ahigher 
education  institution  of  a  private  property  form  is  based  on  private  propertyand  is 
subordinate  to  the  owner  or  owners.It  is  proved  that  the  prospects  for  the  development  of  an 
institution  of  highereducation  on  an  innovative  basis  depend  on  those  reforms  that  regulate 
this  sphereof  activity,  and,  sadly,  from  the  political  vector.  In  this  case,  the  specific  feature 
ofthe process of reforming education is that it is virtually impossible to implement itgradually. 
The  reform  should  take  place  systematically  in  all  directions  and  reflectall  aspects  of  the 
activity ofhigher education notonly in the present time, but alsoin perspective.

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