Sergey Kravchenko, Tatiana Sherman, Olga Shapovalova


In this paper the authors examined the role of private corporate universities in the development of social infrastructure of the region through the implementation of its main function - to meet individual human needs. The approaches to the definition of corporate university and its functions were determined. The process of building a corporate university for company, the main stages and actions to them were analyzed. Also the main training methods and approaches used in such educational establishments were named and described. This article lists possible benefits of interaction between the individual, the corporate university and the region in the co-operation based on continuous development and education.


corporate university; social infrastructure; individual human needs; university; education; continuous development

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