Iryna Lytovchenko Development of higher education-industry partnership as factor of corporate education efficiency in the USA

(2016) Science and education, 10, 98-102. Odessa.

Iryna Lytovchenko,
PhD (Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences), associate professor,
Department of English for Engineering,
National Technical University of Ukraine “Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”,
37, Peremohy Ave., Kyiv, Ukraine


DEVELOPMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION–INDUSTRY PARTNERSHIP AS FACTOR OF CORPORATE EDUCATION EFFICIENCY IN THE USA

 


SUMMARY:

The author aims to examine the specific features of development of partnership between higher education and in￾dustry in the United States of America, define its objectives, forms and mechanisms of implementation. The partnership emerged as a means of narrowing the gap between education and the labor market in the context of rapid development of science and technology, changes in the employment sphere and the need to provide the competitiveness of companies and the national economy. The active support of the federal government for over a hundred years helped create an institution of higher education–industry partnership manifested in a variety of forms and realised through a variety of mechanisms, which contributes to the modernisation of the corporate education in the US, knowledge creation and development, promotion of technologies, development of new products and services. 


KEYWORDS:

higher education–industry partnership, forms of higher education–industry partnership, higher educa￾tion institutions, industry, corporate education in the US.


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