HUMAN RIGHTS OF THE RUSSIAN STUDENTS STUDYING IN AUSTRIA AND GERMANY
The modern Russian and international labour markets are characterized by a great demand of specialists with fundamental knowledge, certain practical experience, high level of proficiency of several foreign languages, and high motivation. The formal evidence of professional training or internship in a foreign university is appreciated by employers. The students of Law Institute of the Peoples' Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University) have effectively used the provision of the law "On Education in the Russian Federation" that focuses on the importance of "research on various topics; internships, including academic exchange held in educational and scientific organizations, including higher educational institutions of foreign countries "( Federal Law of the Russian Federation "On Education in the Russian Federation" (2012) N 273-Phi 3/Federal'nyy zakon Rossiyskoy Federatsii "Ob obrazovanii v Rossiyskoy Federatsii"). The Bologna Declaration states the possibility of the students to continue their professional training at a foreign university for two semesters and to participate in double diploma programs in European countries (The Bologna Declaration of 19 June 1999: Joint declaration of the European Ministers of Education (1999). The goal of the paper is to analyse the observance of the rights and responsibilities of the Russian students as foreign students in course of professional training in the double diploma program in higher education institutions of Austria and Germany. The research methods include the review of studies on the issue, the use of the methods of statistical data processing; the assessment and interpretation of the national Laws on Higher education of Austria and Germany from the viewpoint of the Russian learners. The current research is based on the inductive-empirical and hypothetical-deductive methods.