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Volume 69, 2019The International Scientific and Practical Conference “Current Issues of Linguistics and Didactics: The Interdisciplinary Approach in Humanities and Social Sciences” (CILDIAH-2019)
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Sociocultural and legal aspects of the education-related migration in Russia
Volgograd State Technical University, Faculty for Foreign Students’ Training, Chair of Russian language,
28, Lenin av.,
2 Volgograd State University The Law Institute, Chair of constitutional and municipal law, 100, Universitetskiy av., 400062, Volgograd, Russia
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
In this article, the prospects of the implementation of the new State migration policy framework of the Russian Federation for 2019-2025 as applied to student migrants are analyzed. We have studied the educational process for foreign students at all levels of higher education as a part of education-related (study-related) migration. We have defined the following three aspects: social, cultural, and legal as equivalent factors of adaptation and socialization for foreign students. We highlight that apart from the basic learning competencies, it is crucial to develop skills for communicating in the language of the host country while acknowledging the basic values of the social and cultural realia that are new for foreign students. The teacher has a significant role in the organization of the education process for foreign students. We have studied the stages of students’ adaptation and integration into the new sociocultural and academic environment. The hypothesis is that it is crucial to learn and take into account national and psychological characteristics of student migrants from around the world. We provide examples based on the research results of the adaptation analysisof Volgograd State Technical University foreign students. We also provide recommendations for the organization of the education process and communication with foreign students.
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