Europeanisation of Higher Education in the Area of Administrative Sciences in Romania
AbstractThe paper aims to reveal some relevant issues about Europeanisation of higher education in the area of administrative sciences in Romania. Europeanisation as global process in the European space is supported and promoted through a specific legislative framework as well as relevant institutional mechanisms. Since 2005, by applying the provisions of Bologna Declaration, the whole configuration of the Romanian higher education has significantly changed. Based on comprehensive empirical researches, the paper approaches and describes both "the Europeanism degree" for the content of the educational process in bachelor, master, doctoral studies in administrative sciences and the social perception of the phenomena and processes deriving from and influencing the Romanian public administration reform, training needs for each academic cycle, graduates' insertion in the labour market. The data and interpretations provide the basis of a comparative analysis of higher education in the area of administrative sciences in NISPAcee members as well as the opportunity for further development of researches and regional debates on this topic
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Date of creation: Sep 2006
Date of revision: 08 Dec 2008
Europeanisation; administrative sciences; higher education;
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- Matei, Lucica, 2007. "Europeanization or Curricular Harmonization in the Area of Administrative Sciences (Follow-Up of Bologna Process): Comparative Analysis and Empirical Research," MPRA Paper 18955, University Library of Munich, Germany, revised 19 Sep 2009.
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