The article deals with the problem of forming the competitiveness of university students, analyzes the content of the concept of "student competitiveness" and the components of the competitiveness of university students. Also, on the basis of theoretical analysis, the main features of the concept of "competitiveness of university students" are identified. The article deals with the diagnosis of the competitiveness of university students and the questionnaire method with the analysis of its positive and negative aspects in the diagnosis of the competitiveness of students. In the questionnaire "Evaluation of components of competitiveness of students in various areas of vocational training" there are three sets of questions reflecting the main components of competitiveness of higher education students: a motivational-volitional component (MVC), a component of key competencies (KC), a component of competitive qualities (CQL). The motivational structure of the personality and its components are revealed. The results of an experimental study of the correlation between the motivational structure of the personality and the components of students ' competitiveness are presented. In the experiment, it was assumed that the components of the motivational structure of the personality correlate with the main components of competitiveness. The article analyzes the expression of the components of the motivational structure of the personality of a competitive university student of various professional directions.
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25 June 2021
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Personality, norm, pathology, behavior, uncertanity, COVID-19
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Yaroshenko, S., & Chernetsov, P. (2021). The Correlation Of Competitiveness And Motivation Of University Students. In M. Ovchinnikov, I. Trushina, E. Zabelina, & S. Kurnosova (Eds.), Personality in Norm and in Pathology, vol 112. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 337-346). European Publisher. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2021.06.04.39