Kushnareva Anna Arkadyevna
Кандидат педагогических наук, senior lecturer of the Mathematical Centre, senior lecturer of the Department of Intercultural Communication, Novosibirsk State University, a.kushnareva@g.nsu.ru, Novosibirsk


The article is devoted to searching of ways to ensure equality of educational opportunities of migrant students in universities, which is one of the leading indicators of their integration into new socio-cultural conditions. The article actualizes the need for examining the experience of the UK universities in the context of the problem, namely revealing pedagogical conditions that contribute to increasing the efficiency of university performance aimed at ensuring equality of educational opportunities of students-migrants. The author sets the following tasks to achieve this goal: to clarify the essence of the concept of pedagogical conditions and to reveal the content of the universities’ work in the UK in the context of the problem. Both theoretical research methods (analysis, synthesis) and empirical ones (content analysis method, observation of real practice) are applied for this reason. In conclusion, the author argues that the leading condition (prerequisite) is the corporate culture of the university, aimed at ensuring equality of educational opportunities of migrant students, and recommends that the main activities of universities within this culture, should be adopted by Russian universities while forming their own strategies aimed at ensuring equality of educational opportunities of migrant students.
equality of educational opportunities, migrant-students, pedagogical conditions

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