Nataliia Vasylyshyna. Priorities of tourism higher education advancement and acquiring foreign language communication abilities as a component of training specialists in Ukraine and Turkey.

(2016) Science and education, 10, 150-156. Odessa.

Nataliia Vasylyshyna,
PhD (Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences), associate professor,
Educational Scientific Institute of International Relations,
National Aviation University,
4, Vidradnyi Avenue, building 7, Kyiv, Ukraine


PRIORITIES OF TOURISM HIGHER EDUCATION ADVANCEMENT AND ACQUIRING FOREIGN LANGUAGE COMMUNICATION ABILITIES AS A COMPONENT OF TRAINING SPECIALISTS IN UKRAINE AND TURKEY


SUMMARY:

The paper presents the current state, strategies and peculiarities of tourism higher education in Ukraine and Turkey. The necessity of adjusting educational standards to rapidly developing socio-economic processes is emphasised. Special attention is paid to the role of foreign language communicative competence as a necessary component of training specialists majoring in tourism.


KEYWORDS:

training, tourism education, English for specific purposes, foreign language communicative competence, skills, specialists, priorities, strategies, degrees, programs.


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