“University Saturdays” at Bauman Moscow State Technical University – open doors to the fascinating world of the future profession

Authors: Akimova I.A.
Published in issue: #6(71)/2022
DOI: 10.18698/2541-8009-2022-6-803

Category: Humanities | Chapter: Social sciences

Keywords: “University Saturdays” project, career-oriented educational environment, vocational education, higher education, vocational skills, career guidance, career choice
Published: 16.08.2022

The article focuses on the experience of Bauman Moscow State Technical University (BMSTU) in the educational project “University Saturdays”. The main pedagogical and educational effects of this experience are analyzed. It is shown that the project site is developing as a unique space of interaction between school and university education, allowing to form a conscious choice of future profession among modern high school students.


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