ПРОБЛЕМЫ АДАПТАЦИИ СТУДЕНТОВ ИЗ ДАЛЬНЕГО ЗАРУБЕЖЬЯ К РОССИЙСКОМУ СТУДЕНЧЕСКОМУ ОБЩЕСТВУ

Translated title of the contribution: PROBLEMS OF ADAPTATION OF STUDENTS FROM FAR ABROAD TO THE RUSSIAN STUDENT SOCIETY

Никита Дмитриевич Осипов, Наталия Юрьевна Невраева, Александр Михайлович Кабанов, Татьяна Викторовна Гурская

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Abstract

In the scientific work, some problems of adaptation of students who arrived from far abroad to the process of studying in higher educational institutions of Russia are considered. Examples of living together in dormitories with Russian students are demonstrated, and the positive and negative aspects of conducting a common life are shown. Such difficulties usually arise due to different cultures, lifestyles, food preferences, religions, and attitudes to learning. One of the most common difficulties of adaptation is the language barrier and the difference in the culture of relations and communication. The paper provides some examples of the interaction of different nationalities with each other, namely, shows the difference in mentality, in the principles and approaches to studying at a university, cohabitation of students from different countries and ways to solve some difficulties. The aim of the work is to identify misunderstandings in the relations of different peoples from Asian, Arab countries, from the American continent, their relationship with Russian students. Overcoming the described problems has a positive impact on the popularization of Russian education abroad.
Translated title of the contributionPROBLEMS OF ADAPTATION OF STUDENTS FROM FAR ABROAD TO THE RUSSIAN STUDENT SOCIETY
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)150-154
Number of pages5
JournalСовременное педагогическое образование
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 2021

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