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The article features the use of business practices in the sphere of education, as required by the Federal State Standard. The research objective was to systematize the prerequisites for this process: on the basis of normative documents and on the basis of the requirements employers impose on the competencies of university graduates. The authors consider externship training and involvement of employees and managers into the teaching process as perspective tools. For each tool, they identified problems according to a comparative analysis of the expected outcome and the actual results of their application. The research featured two regional universities. One is a basic university included in the Top 100 of Russian universities, while the other has a narrow industrial specialization. The object of the study was the quality of training of students in terms of their adaptation to the requirements of the professional environment, as well as the tools that can provide this quality. The research employed various methods of sociological research and the method of correlation analysis. The paper focuses on advantages and disadvantages of the tools. The training of university staff seems to require a revision in that teaching personnel have to obtain key competencies in the professional disciplines they teach.

business environment, university, quality of training, professional competence, Federal State Standards
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