本研究一共分為六章： 第一章為緒論，其中表明本研究之動機目的、研究途徑方法、研究範圍限制、名詞解釋與文獻探討等； 第二章為高等教育市場化之理論基礎，其中闡述有關高等教育市場化的相關理論要點； 第三章為俄國高等教育市場化之社會背景與相關法律，其中對於俄國高等教育市場化的社會政治經濟背景作一簡單描述，並且國家制定有關高等教育市場化的法律內容也一併詳述； 第四章為俄國高等教育市場化之改革措施，其中描述了辦學體制、財政體制、教學體制與就業體制之市場化改革內容要點； 第五章為俄國高等教育國際化之改革，其中涉及了波隆納進程發展與俄國高等教育國際化之改革措施，另外也有提及外國留學生的問題； 第六章為結論與研究建議，作為本研究之綜合結論與後續研究建議。 Since the 1980s under the influence of rapid economic growth and globalization the elite type higher education became an important addition to the standard higher education. Most educational reforms were closely related to this tendency.
Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, Russia has undertaken sweeping political and economic reforms based on the principles of market economy. These changes exerted profound influence on the educational system as well. Facing the necessity to keep pace with the educational reforms in the developed countries the Russian government carried out a series of reforms that strengthened the market factor in the higher education and Russia’s international cooperation in this field. One of the most important landmarks on this way was joining the Bologna Declaration in 2003.
This thesis contains the study and the assessment of the abovementioned changes in Russia’s higher education. It consists of six chapters:
The first chapter is an introductory survey.
The second chapter deals with the basic theories of the market factor in the contemporary higher education.
The third chapter discusses the social implications of Russia''s recent political and economic development and the significance of laws relating to the market''s factor in the higher education.
The fourth chapter contains the detailed analysis of reforms aimed at strengthening the market factor in the higher education.
The fifth chapter deals with the trends towards the globalization of the higher education in Russia including Bologna process. The issue of attracting foreign students to Russian universities and related statistics are analyzed and assessed.
The last chapter contains the conclusion and suggestions for further research.