INTERCULTURAL COMPETENCE: COMPOUNDS, SUBTYPES, THE TUTORS’ AND FOREIGN STUDENTS’ POINTS OF CONSIDERATION
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This article is aimed to the intercultural competence study significance, its compounds, subtypes in the field of pedagogical, psychological and psycho-social sciences. The author also intends to draw attention to this issue as there is marked increase in number of International applicants which gets increased in a geometric progression every year in various countries even despite COVID-19 pandemy. The various impact of students’ types of competence on their daily activities, decision making as well as possible overall effectiveness and their performance efficiency is theorized here. Considerable opinions and experiences of both students’ and teachers’ are presented to give an analysis and understanding of the multifacetedness and dynamics of “competence” in educational institutions.
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