THE ROLE OF THE BUSINESS INCUBATOR IN THE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF THE FUTURE ECONOMISTS IN THE MULTICULTURAL EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT
In the modern world, the issues of multicultural education are of particular importance, taking into account civilizational processes happening now in our society. A special emphasis in this regard is made on the professional training of the future economists for work in the multicultural environment. Today many leading universities of our country create business incubators in their structure, which are an element of this multicultural educational environment, as well as a productive tool for developing a wide range of professional skills of future economists. One of the main tasks of the modern university business incubator is to take into account the cultural diversity of students and employees and to identify the advantages of their intercultural interaction.
Key words: business incubator, foreign language professional training, multicultural education, professional training of the future economist.
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Authors: Enygin D.V.