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Abstract (English):
One of the most urgent problems of modern Russia is the problem of insufficient financial literacy of the population in the field of effective management of personal funds, the use of banking products and investment instruments. Teaching financial literacy to university students, as the most promising part of the youth, is the most important task facing the higher education system of the Russian Federation. The purpose of the study is to design a financial literacy course for universities using the Mind mapping methodology based on the results of a sociological survey of Omsk university student.

financial literacy, higher education institutions, students, sociological survey, Mind mapping

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