Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University


In this article, on the basis of the applied pedagogical approach, the issues of professional training of specialists in the tourism industry and the hotel industry, topical for Uzbekistan higher and secondary specialized education, are investigated, which are now increasingly influenced by the processes of changing the surrounding world. The ongoing globalization processes, the creation of the European Union zone have a significant impact on the sphere of modern education. The processes of world integration in recent decades have had a great impact on the cultural, economic, political and social spheres of life.

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