Humanities and Social Sciences | Conference paper | Published 2019
We will consider the social potential of young people within the framework of a qualification resource through the social value of higher education. In other words, the desire of young people to acquire knowledge and skills at a high level and further professional development. We propose to measure this indicator through the number of applicants in conjunction with the number of applicants and the average passing score for admission. Also introduce scales to measure the level of qualifications and acquired skills of university graduates, for which it is necessary to develop appropriate tools and, as a result, it will help to assess the capitalization of the social potential of young people as a real qualification resource.