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Provocări și tendințe ale învățămantului superior în contextul globalizării (literature review)
[Higher education’s challenges and trends in the context of globalization(literature review)]

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  • Hălăngescu, Constantin I.
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    This paper examines some aspects of current debates about what the XXI century’s University represents in the context of the globalized society, with particular emphasis on the concepts, perspectives and trends that occur worldwide. higher education is facing the changing society’s pressing needs, hence the need for continuous adaptation by adopting evernew methods to cope with the irreversible process of internationalization and globalization. higher education plays a major role in the transition from an industrial to a knowledge-based society. This research literature aims to study the globalization-university relationship, the higher education’s transnationalization through internationalization, as seen by the researchers in the field.

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    Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 33269.

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    Keywords: globalization; internalization; higher education; EMG; TNA; knowledge-based society; regionalization; glocalization;

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