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Dear authors and readers! Starting from the issue 2, 2019 the name of the scientific journal has been changed. The new name of the journal is "Science Governance and Scientometrics". From 2020 Science Governance and Scientometrics has been included in the VAK (Higher Attestation Commission List.

Volume 15, issue 3/2020

Focus and scope: The Law in Science

Foreign Practices of Licensing and Authorisation in the Field of Education

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Abstract

Introduction. This article examines the legislative provisions of several countries regulating the right of organisations to carry out educational activities. This study aims to examine the international practices of licensing and authorisation in the field of education. Methods. The research involved uses the formal law method, systemic structural method, comparative law method, sociological/specific sociological method, and the law interpretation method. Results and Discussion. The materials collected during the study offer insights into the models of educational management used worldwide at the stage of establishing educational institutions. Licencing mechanisms in the field of education can be centralised or decentralised and can vary across the levels of education. The requirements established in a number of countries have much in common and generally apply to the staff of the educational institution, the premises, curricula, equipment, and financing. Conclusion. The findings of this study can be used by lawyers and researchers in their respective professional and research activities in the area of legislation regulating the education system.

Keywords

Licencing activities, international practices in education, licencing of education, legislation in the area of education, establishment of educational institutions

Information about the authors

Milena G. Vok, Research Laboratory Technician, Russian Research Institute of Economics, Politics and Law in Science and Technology (RIEPL) (20A Dobrolyubova St., Moscow 127254, Russia), ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2938-455X. Her scientific interests include studies of legal regulation in the area of science, innovation, and intellectual property, including the issues of implementing and improving the legislation and its practical application.

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