The article presents the most urgent problem of reformation of system of professional education at Bachelor cycle in Ukraine with the implementation of progressive experience of the most educated and highly developed countries. The especial value and primary importance of achievements of Japan for pedagogical public of native higher educational establishments is emphasized. The comparative research of features of bachelors of computer science professional training at the universities of Japan and Ukraine conducted on such directions: legislative, administrative and managerial, socio-economic, system, structural, conceptual and organizationally-pedagogical, etc. is considered to be of primary importance. Both Japanese and Ukrainian education systems have undergone considerable transformations due to historical conditions. The results of current comparative analysis of the models of professional training of bachelors of computer science at the universities of Japan and Ukraine suggest that Japanese and Ukrainian systems of these specialists' training differ substantially, however at the same time are similar to their approaches and tendency to permanent development. The higher education legislation of Japan and Ukraine is considered. The comparative analysis of structural-content and organizationally-pedagogical principles of bachelors of computer science professional training based on the example of Japanese and Ukrainian leading universities is presented. The peculiar positive aspects of educational process organization for bachelors of computer science professional training in Japanese and Ukrainian experience are stressed. The perspective for the development of the system of professional training of bachelors of computer science both in Japan and Ukraine are outlined.
Inna Pododimenko, Khmelnytskyi National University, Ukraine
Stream: Higher education
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