The Social Sciences

Year: 2016
Volume: 11
Issue: 10
Page No. 2488 - 2493

The Personal-Focused Dimension of Students’ Self-Fulfillment in the University Education

Authors : Viktoriya B. Tarabaeva, Elena N. Shutenko, Andrey I. Shutenko, Eugenia P. Pchelkina and Alexey O. Sharapov

Abstract: Effective higher education must ensure the process of self-fulfillment of the individual’s personality in the educational and socio-cultural system of the university and encourage an increase of basic abilities of a student in the training process and future professional activities. The study states that significant personal features of students are connected with the circumstances of their self-fulfillment in the course of university training which are as follows: personal involvement in the learning process, fulfillment of students’ abilities and social integration into students’ community. The study aimed to discover a reflection of features of the students’ self-fulfillment through their personal characteristics: needs and motivations, purposes, features of self-attitude and orientations in connection with the purpose of life. As a result of research the connection presence was established between the students’ self-fulfillment at the university, their ambition to learn, purposefulness, consistency of their self-attitude and a purpose-oriented way of life.

How to cite this article:

Viktoriya B. Tarabaeva, Elena N. Shutenko, Andrey I. Shutenko, Eugenia P. Pchelkina and Alexey O. Sharapov, 2016. The Personal-Focused Dimension of Students’ Self-Fulfillment in the University Education. The Social Sciences, 11: 2488-2493.

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